Community diary | A drive-in movie at showground and Clancy coming home

Clancy Pye
Clancy Pye

OBERON Youth Council and Oberon Council will hold a community drive-in movie night on Saturday, December 5 at Oberon Showground at 8pm for an 8.30pm start. Home Alone will be shown and the cost will be $5 per person, with under five-year-olds free. Bookings are essential on 6329 8156.


CLANCY Pye is returning home to release her self-titled debut EP this Saturday, November 21 at 7pm. The show will be held at the Malachi Gilmore Hall and Clancy will be joined by her older brother Mickey Pye. The performance will include her new songs off the EP as well as some crowd favourites. Due to COVID restrictions, this will be a seated, ticketed event. Tickets are $20. Buy them at and


OBERON Tarana Heritage Railway working bees will start at 9am and finish at 3pm on Sunday, November 22 and Saturday, December 12. Weekend working bees are being organised to give members more opportunities to join in essential maintenance work. We have a couple of areas that need fairly urgent attention at the moment, such as weed control, whipper-snipping and mowing. Track work will continue during the week. Protective equipment must be worn.


THE next meeting of the Oberon Hospital Auxiliary will be held in the Robey Centre at 1.30pm this Friday, November 20.


GOD the Creator: Seek first the kingdom and His righteousness and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. Matt. 6:34/35. Contributed by Jill Lang.