What’s on the in the Clarence this weekend

1

Cathedral Community markets

Cathedral Car Park, Fitzroy St, Grafton

Saturday from 8am

Don't miss the huge array of stalls set for the markets this weekend.

Phone the Grafton Parsh on 6642 2844 to participate in the markets as a vendor.

 

2

Grafton Sporting Car Club

Mountain View Sport Complex

Sunday. Competition starts at 9.30am

See a range of vehicles from historic, open wheelers, super karts and sports sedans. The sports complex is at 262 Clarence Way Mountain View.

Phone 0401 008 328 for further details.

 

3

Fishing comp

South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club

Sign on from 12pm Saturday, weigh in 12pm Sunday.

This fishing competition is hosted by Jacaranda Queen candidate Kirsten Knox. Great prizes on offer, entry is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.

Phone Kirsten on 0401 015 191 for further details.

4

Rugby league

semi finals

McGuren Field and McKittrick park

Saturday and Sunday, under 18s from 12pm

The Grafton Ghosts take on Nambucca Heads in a do or die semi on Saturday at McGuren Field. On Sunday, the South Grafton Rebels play Coffs Comets, the winner to host the 2015 Grand Final.

Entry fees apply

 

5

Squatters Rest

Markets

23 Collett St, Tucabia

Sunday from 8am-2pm

Enjoy a cuppa and damper, browse the museum. Great stalls with gift ideas, bric-a-brac, homemade goodies and gifts.

Phone Squatters Rest on 6644 8076 or 0428 543 055 for further details.

 

6

Merlin's Psychic Fair

Yamba Bowling Club

Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm

Gifted psychics from far and wide will offer clairvoyance, palmistry, psychic readings, tarot and more. Free admission.

For enquiries, phone 0429 644 129 for further details.

 

7

Maclean Market

Main car park, Centenary Dr, Maclean

Saturday 7am-12pm

A variety of stalls.

Phone Daniel 0413 166 876 or Bob 0423 333 458l for further details.

 

8

Croquet at Coutts Crossing

Coutts Crossing Croquet Club

Sunday, starting at 8am and 9am

At just $7 for a day's play, it's the best sporting value for miles around.

Phone Wayne Gadke on 6649 3200 for further details.



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