10 things to do this weekend
Yamba River Markets
WHERE: Ford Park, Yamba.
DETAILS: The Yamba River Markets feature local and regional food, craft, art and performing artists in a village atmosphere In addition to the arts and craft stalls the market also provides free live entertainment, showcasing local emerging talent as well as touring bands and musicians.
Charity Golf Day
WHERE: Yamba Golf and Country Club.
DETAILS: Get our your clubs to help raise money for the Lower Clarence Relay for Life this weekend at a charity golf day.
The relay kicks off on Saturday, March 18 so start or join a team to get involved.
WHEN: Sunday, 10am-3pm
WHERE: 424 Carrs Peninsula Rd, Carrs Peninsula
DETAILS: Enjoy a family friendly afternoon at Lanbruk's Gunya with entry to the museum, farm animals and olive tastings costing just $5 per person. Kids under 12 are free.
Coffee, cold drinks, home made sponge with jam and fresh cream are available and the gift shop will be open.
For more information, call 66426640.
Brisbane Roar Clinic
WHERE: Rushforth Park
DETAIL: If you're a kid interested in soccer, head down to Rushforth park this Saturday for a clinic with Brisbane Roar with only 75 places open in each session.
There are three sessions available:
- Under-5 to under-8 9am-11am
- Under-9 to under-11 11.30am-1.30pm
- Under-12 to under-17 2pm-5pm
Cost is $20 for South Services Gunners and Grafton United 2017 registered players, $30 for visiting players.
To book and for more information contact email@example.com or contact Toughie on 0420907629.
Yamba Country Music
WHEN: Sunday, noon.
WHERE: Yamba Bowling Club.
DETAILS: This Sunday you could hear the music of feature artist Doug Liebke at the Yamba Bowling Club. Everyone is welcome.
Bernard and Kasey
WHERE: Saraton Theatre
DETAILS: Bernard Fanning and Kasey Chambers will be in Grafton this Saturday for the final show of their Sooner or Later tour.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to see two of Australia's best performers.
Tickets are available at the theatre or online.
WHEN: Saturday, 10am-2pm
WHERE: Clarence Valley Conservatorium
DETIALS: After the Spooky Men's Chorale show on Friday night, they will be conducting a 'How To Be Spooky' workshop on Saturday morning, revealing the secrets from the spooky lexicon, including how to get in contact with your inner chieftain, the four state of spookiness and how to sob like a man.
The workshop is $10.
For more information, contact the conservatorium on 6643 3555.
WHEN: Sunday, 1pm-3pm
WHERE: Copmanhurst Saddlery Museum
DETAILS: See some of the Copmanhurst districts most interesting history and photos will be on display.
Days For Girls
WHEN: Friday, 9am-12pm.
WHERE: Anglican Church Maclean.
DETAILS: Cutting, sewing and packing day. Contact Muriel Harris 66464107.
WHEN: Saturday, 2pm
WHERE: Copmanhurst Village Pre-School
DETAILS: Hang out and enjoy an afternoon of folk and contemporary music this weekend.
Bring your acoustic instruments and use the song books available to show off your talent.
Bring your own chairs, drinks and nibbles and a $5 contribution to the venue hire. There is a fridge, freezer, tea and coffee facilities available.