It’s Grafton Dragonboat try out time.
It’s Grafton Dragonboat try out time. Adam Hourigan

6 things to do this weekend in the Clarence

Out Of The Box

When: Sunday, February 7, 4pm

Where: Yamba Skate Park

Details: Out of the Box delivers free workshops and activities for young people across the Clarence Valley. The workshops are currently being delivered at Yamba and Wooli Skate Park. This week’s workshop: Drawing with Pastels.

Ferry Park Gallery

When: From February 1-28

Where: Ferry Park, Maclean

Details: Check out the work of new artist of the month Karen Scott as well as artworks for sale.

Midnight Basketball

When: Friday From 7pm

Where: Grafton Sports Centre, 300 Powell St, Grafton.

Details: Eight-week program for youth aged 12-18 years. Volunteers and players can register at www.midnightbasketball .org.au.

Clocktower Gallery Markets

When: Saturday from 9am

Where: Clarence River Visitor Information Centre on the Corner of Spring Street & Pacific Highway, South Grafton

Details: The Clocktower Gallery will be holding their monthly market day. Plenty of handmade goods, including leatherwork, painting, woodwork and much more. Details: Bernie Kenny 6644 8396.

Glenreagh Markets

When: Saturday from 8am

Where: Glenreagh Museum grounds.

Details: A wide variety of home grown, home-made and home cooked goods on sale. For more info phone Bessie 6649 2001.

Dragon Boat Come & Try Day

When: Saturday, 10-11am

Where: Corcoran Park, Kirchner Street Grafton

Details: Come & try day for anyone 12 years and over wishing to try the sport of Dragon Boat Racing. It’s free, come along and try.



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