What's News March 1

Published on 01 March 2024


MEDIA RELEASE 1 March 2024


International Women’s Day

Council will celebrate International Women's Day on Friday 8 March. This year's theme is #InspireInclusion and all are welcome to attend the featured events.

Q & A session screening Bathurst Cirencester friendship with light lunch provided at BRAG

12:30pm - 2:30pm

Tickets - https://bathurstart.com.au/events/international-womens-day-qa-screening-light-lunch/

Q & A Session Bathurst Cirencester friendship

Available to view anytime on  https://www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au

The Vagina Monologues at BMEC


Tickets - https://www.bmec.com.au/whats-on/the-vagina-monologues/  or call 6333 6161


NetWaste Community Survey


Council in partnership with NetWaste is inviting residents to complete an online survey to learn more about residents' knowledge and behaviours regarding waste management.


A market research consultant will also be undertaking phone surveys on behalf of Council over the next 3 weeks via random telephone number generation. 


To provide feedback, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/PLF6RVL. Survey closes Friday 15 March.



Welcome lunch


The welcome lunch is a great opportunity to meet other new residents.  Come along to Morse Park, near the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre, on 24 March from 11.30am to 1.30pm. For more information or to register, visit bathurstliveinvest.com.au


Bat Night in Kings Parade


Explore the secrets of flying-fox ecology and find out how these creatures play a big role in our environment. Hear about the efforts of Council in saving this threatened species and find out how you can get involved.


Where: Kings Parade

When: Friday, March 15 from 6.00pm to 8.00pm



Seniors Festival


NSW Seniors Festival is held annually and celebrates the valuable contribution seniors make to our community.


This year seniors are invited to attend over 90 local events during Seniors Festival from 11 - 24 March. Visit Council’s website for more information.



History Talk @ the Library


The Bathurst Sportsground


Join Mark Windsor for a presentation on the development of this historic landmark and how its sporting events provide an insight into the character and spirit of Bathurst. Celebrate 100 years of the old Grandstand in the lead up to the NSW Heritage Festival. Mark is Chair of the Cycling NSW Heritage Commission.


When: Tuesday 9 April, 6pm

Where: Bathurst Library, 70-78 Keppel Street


Bookings essential phone 6333 6281.



Entries are now open for Waste 2 Art and it's the year of packaging.


Waste 2 Art is an annual community art exhibition and competition open to all residents of the Bathurst region. Waste 2 Art aims to challenge peoples’ perceptions about waste and to celebrate the reuse and recycling of waste through arts and crafts.


Council is inviting individuals, schools, and community groups to take up the challenge and create a new life for materials that would otherwise have been thrown away. Instead of ending up in landfill, waste Packaging can be turned into fantastic works of art.


Entry forms, resources and further information are available www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au/Services/Waste-Recycling/Waste-2-Art




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