What's on: Heritage wall is set to be unveiled at Black Springs

What's on: Heritage wall is set to be unveiled at Black Springs

THE Charles Throsby Memorial and Black Springs Heritage Wall will be unveiled on May 11 at 11am, culminating in a smorgasbord lunch at the Black Springs Community Hall. Everyone is welcome. This project commemorates the bicentenary of Dr Charles Throsby's expedition through Black Springs in 1819. The heritage wall is a timeline recognising early pioneering families and settlement in Black Springs and surrounding districts. The project is an initiative of Black Springs Community Association supported by Oberon Council, the Federal Government Stronger Communities Program and Forestry Corporation NSW.


St Barnabas Anglican Church: Good Friday 9am Oberon, Easter Sunday Family Lord Supper 9am Oberon and Family Lord Supper at 11am at St Stephen's Tarana.

Seventh Day Adventist: Saturday service 3.30pm with special guest Ps Cameron Johnson.

Christian Life Centre: Good Friday 8am, Easter Sunday 10am and 12.30pm Easter family celebration including jumping castle and Easter egg hunt.

St Aidan's Village Church Black Springs: Easter Sunday 11am followed by light seasonal lunch. All welcome.

Uniting Church: Good Friday 8am and Easter Sunday 9.30am.

St Ignatius Catholic Church: Good Friday Stations at the Cross 10am, Solemn afternoon liturgy 3pm. Holy Saturday Pascal Vigil 6pm St Ignatius. Easter Sunday St Ignatius 8am and St Vicent's Black Springs 10am.


OBERON'S Anzac Day dawn service will start at 5.50am at the memorial at the Oberon RSL Sub Branch Military Museum. The Anzac Day march will leave the Council Chambers at 10.30am and will finish with a wreath-laying ceremony at the memorial. The Commemorative Service will begin at 11.15am. The O'Connell service will commence at 5.45am at St Thomas Church. The Tarana dawn service will commence at 6am at the Tarana War Memorial.


GOD the Creator: "When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; what is man, that thou art mindful of him?" Psa 8:3,4. Contributed by Lionel Walther.