What's on | Lots of cancellations and postponements due to virus

POSTPONED: Author and poet Noel Hayes was to have launched his next book, I Have A Dream, in Oberon on March 28.

POSTPONED: Author and poet Noel Hayes was to have launched his next book, I Have A Dream, in Oberon on March 28.

BURRAGA District Community Association's Chad Morgan and The Muirs concert has been cancelled to a later date on advice from the NSW Government.

AUXILIARY

OBERON Hospital Auxiliary has, due to the coronavirus, reluctantly postponed further fundraising activities until a later date when we look forward to your further assistance in helping Oberon hospital.

MARKETS

OBERON Community and Farmers' Market, which is held on the first Saturday of each month, has been cancelled.

TARANA MARKETS

MARCH Tarana Farmers' Market has been cancelled.

BOOK LAUNCH

THE launch of Noel Hayes' book I Have A Dream, which was set to take place on March 28 at the Oberon RSL Club, has been postponed.

FREE TIP DAY

OBERON Council's free tip day will be held this Sunday, March 29 for all household and domestic rubbish at Oberon Waste Depot from 8am to 5pm; Burraga Transfer Station from 10am to noon; and Black Springs Transfer Station from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. All commercial, business and industrial waste and commercial vehicles will incur the standard tipping fees.

PANTRY

AFFORDABLE grocery items for anyone on a Centrelink card and anyone in financial hardship is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm at 163 Oberon Street.

FROM THE BIBLE

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