Tracy Coster will be at the Burraga Community Hall on February 19 with her album Southerly Change. The country music songstress will also bring her toe-tapping repertoire to the stage on the night. Tickets cost $20 and are available from www.tracyoster.com.au or at the door. You can also book on 0487 603 837. From 7.30pm, 60 Edgar Hanrahan Dr, Burraga.
Two for Ten
This a great chance to help raise funds for cord blood research. Grab a partner and head to the Oberon Common on February 20 for 'Sean's Two for Ten' walk. All you have to do is donate $10 and finished the 2km walk between 8.30am and 1.30pm. A sausage sizzle and drinks will be on sale for when you're done. To register find "Sean's Two for Ten" on Facebook or sign up on the day.
Talented local musicians are taking part in Local Emerging Artists Program [LEAP] gigs in the run up to Inland Sea of Sound. The Victoria will host a session on February 21 from 3.30pm to 6.30pm. Piccolo's will host LEAP on February 19 [4pm-6pm], the Bathurst Rail Museum on February 20 [10am-12pm] and The Hub on February 21 [1.30pm-2.30pm]. For more information, visit www.bmec.com.au.
Inland Sea of Sound
With a line-up that includes C.W Stoneking, Kate Ceberano, Mo'Ju, Hussy Hicks, Smith and Jones, Andy Nelson, The Mirandas and The Safety of LIfe At Sea this year's festival is one to put in the diary. Sub Tribe - an electronic roots/dub fusion Kiwi band - will be the first cab off the rank. February 24-28, Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, 105 William St. Book at tickets.inlandseaofsound.com.au.
V8 supercars will roar to life in the 500km three-dayer Mount Panorama 500 from February 26. There's bound to be plenty of action on the track and a great atmosphere off. It will be the inaugural event of the 12-round championship, which will return to Bathurst on October 7 for the Bathurst 1000. Book tickets at https://premier.ticketek.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 on Oberon Common.