What's on | Long-awaited return of the Tarana station stop

BACK On Track on Monday, September 16 from 7.30am at Tarana Railway Station will celebrate the return of the village's train stop. Free breakfast and coffee. Mitchell Conservatorium New Orleans Brass Band will be there with entertainment. For more information, call Annie on 0416 001 170.


OBERON Rotary Club's Daffodil Dawdle will be held from 10am to 4pm daily at Brydie Park, 63 Sloggetts Road and Minjara, 71 Sloggetts Road from September 14 to 29. Tickets are $15 and are available at the Visitor Information Centre or at Brydie Park.


PARENTS, carers, educators, service providers and other interested community groups are invited to an information session about the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) at the Neighbourhood Centre at 12 Ross Street from 1.30pm to 3pm today (September 12). Phone Suzi Welsh on 0436 616 374.


ENTRIES can now be submitted for the Tarana Photographic Exhibition to be held at the Mutton Falls Function Centre from October 4 to 6. This is a fundraising event and entry is $5 per photo. Closing date for submission is September 22.


IT is important to obtain medical help and advice even when times are tough, so until December 2019, the Oberon Medical Centre will be extending its bulk-billing arrangements to include farmers and their direct family members. Contact the centre on 6336 1505.


GOD the Creator: "The Lord giveth wisdom: out of His mouth cometh knowledge and understanding." Prov. 2:6. Contributed by Lionel Walther.