TIMELESS: Tenori have been hard at work on a new album and are extremely excited to share fresh versions of some of their favourite songs at the Saraton Theatre in Grafton on November 22.
TIMELESS: Tenori have been hard at work on a new album and are extremely excited to share fresh versions of some of their favourite songs at the Saraton Theatre in Grafton on November 22.

What's on: Mid North Coast

TENORI: TIMELESS

DAVID Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor share a classic collection of songs that remain as current as the day they were written. Tenori have established themselves as a national touring force, travelling all across Australia and sharing the stage with Emma Pask, Marina Prior and James Morrison. They have been hard at work on a new album and are extremely excited to share fresh versions of some of their favourite songs at the Saraton Theatre in Grafton on November 22. Phone 02 6642 1633 for more.

FOOD SMART WORKSHOP - COFFS HARBOUR

Provided by: Harry Bailey Memorial Library Coffs Harbour from 10.30am to 12.30pm on November 22. Discover how making small changes can help you reduce food waste at home, save money and help the environment, attend this free, fun and practical workshop to find out more. Morning tea will be provided, through Coffs Council Website.

IPADS AND BISCUITS: EXPLORE GOOGLE EARTH

COME along to this free group learning session iPads Learning Circle on November 26 at Coffs Harbour Library. Join up with other iPad users to explore google earth satellite photos, hybrid map and street view. Bring along a device or borrow one at the library and work through all things iPad apps.

PRINTMAKING THEATRE: THE OVERWINTERING PROJECT

COME along to see The Overwintering Project Printmaking Theatre and witness roller printing in action, November 30, from 8.30am to 12.30pm at the Coffs Harbour Gallery, Ground level, Castle Street Car Park, Coffs Central. The large scale prints created on the day are from lino cuts made by students at Woolgoolga High School and Toormina High School. Students have been working with local artists over October and November to raise awareness about the migratory shorebirds who make their home on the Coffs Coast over summer. These large scale prints will form part of The Overwintering Project in the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery from December 6 - 1 February, 2020.

THE FLOCK - SAWTELL SUMMER SESSIONS

HELP to keep the shorebirds coming. Join artists from the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery paint shorebirds to create a big flock. The flock will then be seen all around the Coffs Harbour area to promote the Overwintering Exhibition that highlights the plight of the precious shorebirds. The Overwintering Project will be held December 6 to February 8. Migratory shorebirds connect the world; their annual migration journeys bind sky, land and sea into a meaningful whole. Yet, migratory shorebirds are the most endangered but possibly least known group of birds. The Overwintering Project is a multidisciplinary, environmental art project that brings together artists, local high school students, scientists, birders and poets to address environmental impacts on migratory shorebirds and their habitats, including special places here on the Coffs Coast. The Overwintering Project exhibition features printmaking, artists' books and sculpture, including:

The Overwintering Project portfolio of prints - 240 prints by artists from around Australia

DECEMBER ROWING WEEKEND

THE Clarence River will come alive with boats, competitors and officials, when the river's two major rowing regattas are held at Memorial Park in Grafton on December 7 and 8 from 8am.

The Head of the Clarence River Regatta is expected to draw a large number of schools to compete. In the past crews have came from New Zealand, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Gold Coast and, of course, the competitive Clarence Valley schools. On Sunday, the Grafton Rowing Club's annual regatta will be held, with the majority of teams staying over to compete, plus the addition of the North Coast's many master competitors.

YAMBA TRIATHLON

THE Yamba Triathlon returns to the coast for an epic December tri-getaway on December 8. They've got the multi-fun vibe covered with a Fun Run, McDonald's Kids Tri, and Tempta and Sprint Triathlon.

FAREWELL TO DORIS DAY

FOLLOWING the recent passing of the legendary Doris Day, acclaimed Australian singer Melinda Schneider pays tribute to her childhood idol in A Farewell To Doris, performing all of Doris' timeless hits, including Que Sera, Sera, Sentimental Journey, Everybody Loves a Lover and Secret Love, backed by the wonderful Young At Heart Orchestra. A nostalgic concert celebration of a remarkable life. Friday, November 22 from 8pm at the Glasshouse, Port Macquarie phone 02 6581 8888.

CAMPER TRAILER OF THE YEAR

THE Camper Trailer of the Year event will be held at Town Beach Port Macquarie, Sunday, November 24 from 10am to 2pm. Twenty-four of Australa's best camper trailer manufacturers will go head to head, to battle it out for top honours. Free entry and a great opportunity to have a sticky beak at the latest and greatest campers, in a stunning seaside location. Food/market stalls, a great day out for the whole family. Phone 1300 692 383.

MOSAIC ART

Have fun learning mosaic art techniques at The Seed Creative Workshops! Walk through step-by-step on the way to creating unique mosaic ornaments to decorate the home for Christmas. Price includes the three hour workshop and all supplies. Bookings are essential! It's Bring Your Own so pack nibbles- bikkies, dips, cheeses and drinks! Tuesday, December 10 from 10am-1pm, 44 Gordon Street, Port Macquarie. For more, phone 0402 070 404 or email info@theseedcreativeworkshops.com.   


Cruise ship stranded for hours at sea

Cruise ship stranded for hours at sea

Cruise ship stranded for hours after blackout off Adelaide coast

Poor health services for some in aged care

Poor health services for some in aged care

Little evidence of a systematic approach to providing health care

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