What's on | Masonic Lodge Oberon's set to open its doors

INSPIRATION: Janet Baljeu with Orlando, the horse who inspired her story The Wind Came Down The Chimney, which features in the Oberon Writers' Workshop anthology.
INSPIRATION: Janet Baljeu with Orlando, the horse who inspired her story The Wind Came Down The Chimney, which features in the Oberon Writers' Workshop anthology.

MASONIC Lodge Oberon, in Oberon Street, will hold open days on Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10. Lodge Oberon 355 will be 100 years old in 2020. The open days will be a chance to see what the 100-year-old Lodge Oberon is like. The Lodge has a museum and history of Freemasons in Oberon. You might be surprised to see who has been a Mason in the past - perhaps a family member that you did not know about.

BOOK LAUNCH

THERE will be a book launch from the pens of the Oberon Writers' Workshop on Saturday, November 9 from 6pm at the Oberon Community Centre. RSVP by October 31 to Inara Hawley, 6336 5320, or oberonwritersworkshop@gmail.com

AUXILIARY MEETS

THE next meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary will be held in the Robey Centre at 2pm on Friday, October 18.

MUSIC SHOW

BURRAGA Community Hall will host the Lindsay Butler and Shaza Leigh show on Saturday, October 19. Barbecue will be held at 6.30pm and the show at 7.30pm. Brian Griffiths will run his bus out from Oberon if patrons wish. Tickets: $20. Phone Ross on 6337 0333.

MOUNT DAVID

MUSIC on Mount David's third and last concert for 2019 will be held on Sunday, November 3 at 2.30pm. A piano quartet ensemble of which dreams are made will perform two of the most popular piano quartets ever written - Saint Saens and Schumann. Cost is $50 (which includes a high tea and champagne on arrival). Bookings are essential. Phone 6337 9679.

FROM THE BIBLE

GOD the Creator: "Among the Gods there is none like unto Thee; neither are there any works like unto Thy works." Psa 86:8. Contributed by Lionel Walther.