You'll find art, plants, a museum, gallery and a beautiful village when you head to Rockley for an art sale on February 14. It will be held at The Shed, Buddens Guesthouse, 18 Budden St Rockley from 10am to 4pm.
A host of famous fairytales will feature as part of a fast-paced, immersive theatre performance called the Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon at Keystone 1889. You'll get an evening of sharp comedy, riveting narration and rapid-fire transitions. Look out for Snow White, Hansel and Gretel and Rapunzel. 99 Keppel St, Bathurst, February 4-6, doors open at 6.30pm. Tickets cost $65 [including dinner] and can be purchased online at www.trybooking.com.
John Williamson is going on tour, bringing his iconic country sound to Bathurst as he celebrates his 51st anniversary in the music industry. He's looking at looking at scaling back his live performance, so this is a don't-miss night if you're a fan. Catch this True Blue legend in action with some of the best music around. Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, February 13, from 8pm. Tickets www.bmec.com.au.
Walk 'N' Talk
At home + Plan ahead
Australia's Local Hero for 2021 has encouraged people to get out and meet their neighbours, so here's your chance. Walk 'n' Talk for Life aims to connect people with their community to help with mental health and prevent suicide. It's a positive way to help people who are struggling. The next event will be on March 13, so head to the Oberon Common, grab a free yellow t-shirt and join in. There will be a free sausage sandwich after the stroll. Oberon Common at 1pm, March 13, May 8 and September 4.
Head to the Oberon Showground on the first Saturday of the month to pick up home-made and home-grown goodies, including food, cakes, crafts, plants, wine and cheese. You'll find offerings change with the season, which is half the fun. It's a great way to support local producers. Oberon Showgrounds, February 6 am-1pm.