Head to Nabiac Showground this Saturday, March 3, for the 106th Nabiac Show. The action starts at 8am and continues into the evening with a demolition derby and fireworks. The Wallamba and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show, better known as Nabiac Show, has been held for more than 100 years and includes ring events, show jumping, goat milking, beef cattle, show dogs, pets, poultry and more.
- Exhibitions at Manning Regional Art Gallery, Macquarie Street, Taree: Jo Ernst’s "Not just a nude - life models of the Manning" and Jocelyn Maughan’s "Inspirations - Black Head to Patonga". The exhibitions run until March 25. Gallery open 10am to 4pm Wednesday to Saturday, and 1pm to 4pm Sunday.
- ‘Coalescence’ exhibition at Gloucester Gallery, Denison Street, Gloucester, from March 1 to 25. Features four artists from along The Bucketts Way: Gemma Stylz, Kevin Griffiths, Jacqui Keith and Phillip Bourke. Open Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm; Sunday 10am to 1pm. Official opening March 3 at 6pm.
- Rudi's Market, 8am to 2pm, corner Bushland and Kanangra Drive, Taree.
- Storytime - Hallidays Point Library, 10.30am to 11.30am, Village Shopping Centre, Hallidays Point. Free.
- TOTs Tours at the Manning Regional Art Gallery, Macquarie Street, Taree, 11.15am to noon. Under 5s explore the current exhibitions through song, dance and art making.
- James Reyne - A Crawl to Now at the Manning Entertainment Centre, Taree, 7.30pm. Book at www.theMEC.com.au
- “Constance On The Edge” movie screening at Gloucester Uniting Church, Cowper Street, from 3.30pm to 5pm. Tickets at the door $15 ($12 concession). Hosted by Gloucester Home Among The Gum Trees. Tickets $15/$12 at the door.
- Black Head Bazaar, 8am to 1pm, Wylie Breckenridge Park, Black Head.
- MidCoast BrickFest, 9am to 3pm, at Great Lakes College, Tuncurry Campus. Cost: $15 family, $5 single.