9 Things To Do This Weekend

2016 Jacaranda candidate Sharni Wren.
2016 Jacaranda candidate Sharni Wren. Adam Hourigan

High Tea with Sharni

WHEN: Saturday, noon

WHERE: Aromas Coffee Lounge

DETAILS: Gather a group of friends and enjoy high tea on Saturday afternoon.

There will be fresh scones, sandwiches and lots of tea to be enjoyed with good friends.

Woolgoolga Curryfest

WHEN: Saturday, 9am-midnight

WHERE: Throughout the town and on the beachside reserve

DETAILS: Celebrating its 11th year, this festival of culture and cuisine attracts thousands of visitors to Woolgoolga.

Stalls serve a wide range of foods, entertainment stages, Breath, Move and Live zone, then there is the evening after party at the Seaview Tavern.

Saddlery Museum

WHEN: Sunday, 1-3pm

WHERE: Copmanhurst Saddlery Museum

DETAILS: Old saddles and memorabilia from Copmanhurst and surrounding districts.

Swap Meet - Buy Swap or Sell

WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, gates open from 6am.

WHERE: Maclean Showgrounds, Cameron Street Maclean.

DETAILSCamping is available at the Maclean Showgrounds, with catering being provided on Saturday night and again from 6 o'clock Sunday morning. Sites are still available, at a cost of $8 each.

Contact Bob Gray 6645 2950 or 0417 190 860.

Nana Glen Hall Spring Market Day

WHEN: Saturday, September 24 from 8am till noon

WHERE: Nana Glen Hall

DETAILS: Variety of stalls, including crafts, plants, second hand treasures, cooking and lots more. Morning tea, sausage sizzle and entertainment by Rob Norsworthly - Busta Entertainment. Contact Garry 6654 3211 or Gayle 6654 3323.

Water Sports

WHEN: Saturday 9am-2pm.

WHERE: Big River Sailing Club, Careys Lane, Harwood.

DETAILS: Co-hosted by the Sailing Club and Maclean Outdoors, there will be all types of sail boats, kayaks and stand up paddle boards for anyone to have a go for free! Sausage sizzle lunch.

Grand Opening of Jackadgery Opera House

WHEN: Saturday, September 24 & Sunday, September 25

WHERE: Mann River, Caravan and Canoe Park, Jackadgery

DETAILS: Live music, including Hybrid Colonial, Yamba Boys and more as well as an open mic session.

Contact Lee on 0448 997 285 for more details.

Copmanhurst Campdraft

WHEN: Friday-Sunday.

WHERE: Copmanhurst Showground

DETAILS: Join in the fun of this campdraft, free to spectators.

Hot food available and music on Saturday night with the Cowcutter Open Draft.

Yamba Country Music

WHERE: Yamba Bowling Club

WHEN: Sunday from 12 noon.

DETAILS: September guest artist will be Colin Carter.

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