WHAT'S ON

What's On: Your events guide for the Mid North Coast

Hugh McLeod from Comboyne Culture at the Nabiac Farmers Markets on November 2. Photo: Scott Calvin
Hugh McLeod from Comboyne Culture at the Nabiac Farmers Markets on November 2. Photo: Scott Calvin

Gloucester Gallery

To November 28

Gloucester Art Society's annual spring exhibition 2021. A diverse range of subjects and techniques is displayed, produced from workshops and regular art sessions throughout the year. You'll be inspired by the contemporary abstract works alongside more traditional landscapes, portraits and still life depictions. The group is comprised of artists from our local area together with members participating from as far afield as Sydney. This exhibition is open daily Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm, and Sunday 10am-1pm. Entry is free.

Taree Aquatic Power Boat Club Day

November 27 and 28

The annual club meeting will be held on the Manning River, Taree on Saturday and Sunday. This event will be more than just a club day; with the blessing of the Waggott family, we will be hosting the Ken Waggott Trophy for 5.2 litre open entrants.

A full weekend of power boats hits the Manning River his weekend. Photo: Scott Calvin

A full weekend of power boats hits the Manning River his weekend. Photo: Scott Calvin

Nabiac Farmers Market

November 27

Nabiac Showground, 8am to 12pm. Local producers supplying quality fresh food to the community. Locally grown organic veggies, free range eggs, local fruits, cakes, chocolates, gingerbread, olive products, honey, natural skin care, gourmet goodies, wines, sourdough bread, a variety of plants, locally made crafts, gifts for friends and family, seedlings, chooks and lots more.

Gloucester CWA

November 27

Tickets for the Gloucester CWA branch's annual Christmas hamper raffle will be on sale outside Hannaford's Real Estate. The hamper will be on display in the NRMA window.

Twilight Christmas in Gloucester

December 2

At Church Street and Billabong Park from 5pm to 8pm. Community markets, street parade, Santa's elves, Lions harm wheel, live entertainment, lighting of the Christmas tree at 7.30pm.