From the Mayor's Desk

Food and Flix

The Youth Council’s first event for the year is Food and Flix, an outdoor cinema experience, that will be held at the Adventure Playground on Friday, 22 February.

The original event, planned for November last year, was postponed due to the weather. Hopefully the weather we have experienced over the last few days continues into next week and make it a wonderful night out for the entire family.


The event will feature The Greatest Showman, which is a film inspired by the story of PT Barnum’s creation of the Barnum & Bailey Circus and the lives of its star attractions. There will be some food and drink available to purchase or you can pack your own picnic.  For more information on this free event call 6333 6523.

Perthville works to resume

The road and stormwater works at Perthville will resume this week after Council removed the project from the principal contractor.
The project, which commenced last year, is designed to improve road surfaces and stormwater drainage. Council’s crews will commence works on site this week to continue and complete the project.

Cricket time


Bathurst hosted the over 50s Veterans Cricket this week at George Park. The series saw teams from all over NSW experience cricket in our city. Events such as this showcase our high-class facilities and venues and prove that sports and recreation are an important part of our lifestyle.

Graeme Hanger OAM
Mayor of Bathurst

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 Mayor Graeme Hanger OAM with the over 50s team from Port Jackson at George Park

 
 

This week in the Mayor's Diary

Ordinary Council Meeting
Wednesday, 20 February

Food and Flix
Friday, 22 February

The Beggars sing the Seekers - BMEC
Sunday, 24 February

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