DURING May and June EVERY WEEK DAY
FREE AUDIO-VISUAL SPECTACULAR
Regular screenings between 11am and 3pm at the Ken Duncan Gallery. Ken Duncan will treat you and your family and friends to a free audio-visual spectacular in his Gallery – free of charge. Relax in Ken’s state-of-the-art theatre, while he takes you on an inspiring journey across our beautiful nation. Bookings are essential and subject to availability – Call 4367 6701
1st – 30th May
Exhibition at Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum. 25 Henry Kendall Street, West Gosford.
1st May – 19th May
9.30am-4pm, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Webb Street, East Gosford.
AUSSIE NIGHT MARKETS
The Entertainment Grounds, Racecourse Rd, Gosford 5pm-10pm
4th and 5th May
CENTRAL COAST REGIONAL SHOW
9am-6.30pm Saturday, and 9am-4pm Sunday – Showground Road, Gosford for more infor and tickets visit www.centralcoastregionalshow.com.au
TERRIGAL BEACH MARKETS
9am-3pm – The Esplanade, Terrigal Beach
CENTRAL COAST KIDS IN NEED – CHARITY RIDE
8am-8.15am registration from Central Coast Leather Rider 235 Pacific Hwy, Doyalson North.
Ride starts at Long Jetty Hotel, auction from 1pm. For more information visit Facebook/CHARITY RIDE supporting Central Coast Kids in Need Inc.
FRENCH COUNTRY MOTHER’S DAY MARKET
9am-3pm, Chertsey Primary School, Willow Street, Springfield Antiques, vintage, collectables, and more! For anything more FACEBOOK/French-country-market
SES GOSFORD UNIT COMMUNITY OPEN DAY
10am-2pm – Pateman Rd, Erina. A free, fun and friendly event with a FREE BBQ!
BLUES ON THE MOUNTAIN
Doors open 5.30pm at Mangrove Mountain Hall, Cnr Wisemans Ferry Road, & Waratah Rd, Mangrove Mountain. For information and tickets visit www.trybooking.com/ZSMJ
STREET PAWS FESTIVAL
11am-3pm at Mt Penang Gardens & Event Park FREE event celebrating community and their dogs, lots of stalls, training, educational and so much more!
Parkland Road, Kariong.
CENTRAL COAST COMICON
10am-4pm, Entertainment Grounds, Racecourse Road, Gosford. Tickets range from $12.50 – $55.00, it will be an action packed day with so much to see and do for all ages and abilities. For more information visit FACEBOOK/central-coast-comicon
FAIRHAVEN PRESENTS AUTUMN FAYRE
9am-2pm 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare, 40 stalls, antiques and collectables, raffles, prizes and mall www.fairhaven.org.au
SUSHI MAKING KIDS WORKSHOP
1.30pm-4.15pm, Lake Haven Centre FREE, sessions run for 30 minutes suitable for kids 4-12years old, to book a spot please call 02 4392 7800
MAD ABOUT DIRT
25 Research Road, Narara, There will be talks, demonstrations, site tours, Keynote speakers include Tino Carnevale and Angus Stewart from ABC’s Gardening Australia. For more information and updates visit FACEBOOk/mad-about-dirt
THE ROAD TO COORANBEAN HISTORY WALK
10am to 12pm at Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum. 25 Henry Kendall Street, West Gosford.
COAST FM 963 50’S & 60’S ROCK N ROLL DANCE PARTY
7.30pm $15 bookings essential at Ettalong Bowling Club, 103 Springwood Street, Umina Beach. Bookings and other information phone the club 02 4341 0087
VINTAGE HISTORIC CLASSIC CARS
Greater Toukley Vision presents Heritage Day hosted by Central Coast Historic Car Club Inc 2019 – Vintage Historic Classic Cars. 9am-2pm, Village Green, Toukley for more info contact 4397 1711.
DOLLS, BEARS, COLLECTABLES, & CRAFT SHOW
The Central Coast 24th Annual Show – Dolls, Bears, Collectables, & Craft Show 9.30am-3pm, at Wyong Race Club, Howarth St, Wyong
Featuring: Doll & bear competition; Doll & bear clothes, supplies and accessories; Greenware; Ribbon, lace, beads & buttons; Quilts and crafts; Doll & bear valuations; Craft sales & supplies; Free demonstration on Smocking Tapestry Group Time; Face painting & more for the kids; Other demonstrations on show; Raffle prizes for coaches; Lucky door prizes and so much more.
Plenty of Parking, Disabled access available – Admission: Adults $8, Children $2. All proceeds go to local breast cancer services. for more information contact Jannette Jones on 02 6554 3305 or 0439 387 267
24th May till 2nd June
2019 Wyong Grove Musical productions present Disenchanted! A new musical comedy, tickets $15 – $30 The Grove Hall Wyong, 1 North Road, Wyong – www.wmtc.com.au
at The Entrance Lake House 11am-5.30pm, attendants will pay a set entry fee $20pp (will also receive 3 tokens) Master classes will be an extra cost. Only 2 sessions, bookings essential for more information contact PH: 4332 5253
HALF-DAY PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR
11am at Ken Duncan Gallery, 414 The Entrance Road, Erina Heights. Whatever your current level of expertise, and regardless of your age, this half-day workshop will help you take your photography to a whole new level. The workshop consists of a two-hour session in Ken Duncan’s state-of-the-art theatre where a member of Ken’s team will present “Creating the Third Dimension” and explain how you can get the same marvellous depth in your photos as Ken does. Please call the Gallery on 4367 6701 to secure your place.
BAY TO BAY RUNNING FESTIVAL
starts at Woy Woy Waterfront to Central Coast Stadium – Kids 2km, 5km, 12km, 21.1km run for more information www.baytobay.org.au
CENTRAL COAST CRAFT BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL
11am-6pm at Kincumber Pub, 6 Carrick Rd, Kincumber from 11am, live music and stalls. For tickets and more information contact the pub on 4369 2166
19th June-30th October 2019
ART OF AGEING EXHIBITION
at Gosford Hospital Holden Street, Gosford. The Art of Ageing exhibition comprises the work of five photographers from Wagga Wagga, Taree, Molong, Mudgee, and Goulburn. https://www.facs.nsw.gov.au/inclusion/ageing/art-exhibition
8TH ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT
Fundraiser 6pm-10pm, Wyong Leagues Club, Lake Haven Dr, Kanwal raffles, auctions, games & of course Fun are all in store, don’t miss this great night! Tables 8-10 $20pp for more details or book a table contact Sharyn Burgess 0414 341 010
22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th June
CENTRAL COAST WHALE WATCHING TOURS
9.15am-12pm departing Ettalong Wharf, Ferry Road, Ettalong
For more information and to book contact Ettalong Visitor Centre on 43430140 tickets from $55-$85
5 LANDS WALK CENTRAL COAST NSW
walk starts at Macmasters Beach to Terrigal Beach, if you don’t want to walk, free shuttle buses 8am-1.30pm to register or more information visit www.5landswalk.com.au
Local writers meet monthly to encourage and develop their writing skills. Meeting on the 4th Saturday of each month – arrive 1.15pm for a 1.30pm start. Next meeting – May 25, and June 22, 2019. No meeting in December. Woodbury Park Community Centre
People of all ages who are interested in writing poems, short stories, novels or their own life story are welcome. You can expect encouragement and support. You’ll pick up practical writing tips and have fun along the way. Attend the first two months meetings totally free – you even get free tea or coffee at the tea break. And if you decide you want to join us thereafter, the current annual FAW membership is just $40 per year.
Woodbury Park Community Centre1 Woolmers Crescent, Mardi. Ph: Mei-Ling Venning (Pres.) 4333 7489
Email: email@example.com Web: www.wyongwriters.org
FELLOWSHIP OF FIRST FLEETERS CENTRAL COAST CHAPTER
If you are descended from a First Fleeter or are interested in early Australian History, you are welcome to attend you are welcome to attend a meeting of The Fellowship of First Fleeters.
The Fellowship was formed in 1968 and since then over 8000 descendants have established their lineage and joined the Fellowship. Links have so far been established in 136 families to no fewer than 191 individual First Fleet Ancestors. There are currently over 1854 active members.
Membership is open to anyone who can prove his or her relationship to a First Fleeter – convict, marine, seaman or Government Official. Associate and Friend membership is also welcomed. The Fellowship of First Fleeters Central Coast Chapter meets at Point Clare Hall on the second Saturday of the month at 10 for 10.30. If you are interested in early Australian history or family history you are welcome to attend. You do not need to be related to a First Fleeter to attend. For further information please contract Jon on 43116254 or John on 43921926.
VIEW CLUBS MEETINGS
“Working for the Smith Family” VIEW stands for voice, interests, education of women. VIEW is a valued part of the Smith Family and raises money for Learning For Life sponsorship and education of disadvantaged Australian children and young adults. (Toukley View Club members shown)
BRISBANE WATER EVENING VIEW CLUB
Dinner meeting in the Function Room at the Grange Hotel, Renwick St, Wyoming on the 4th Tuesday of the month – 6.30pm for 7pm. New members and visitors are welcome. Ph Valda 4325 1688 or Helen 4367 5670.
THE BATEAU BAY VIEW CLUB
The Bateau Bay VIEW Club will hold its lunch meeting at the The Entrance Leagues Club (Tigers), 3 Bay Village Road, Bateau Bay on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 10.30am. New members and visitors are welcome. Ph Lynne 4333 8492 or Heather 4362 8405.
HALEKULANI VIEW CLUB
We meet on 3rd Friday of each month at 11am at Halekulani Bowling Club for lunch and a guest speaker, raffles and outings. New members made very welcome Enquiries 43965631
TOUKLEY VIEW CLUB
Meets 2nd Friday of month at Club Toukley RSL at 10.30am. Lucky door prizes, raffles and lunch with guest speakers or members participation. Outings, Friendship Morning Teas, Soup and Damper days, raffles and interesting discussions. Contact Kathie on 43930647 / 0413424949.