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TO­DAY Bellin­gen Mar­kets

Bello Mar­ket Park from 8am–2pm.

The pri­mary fo­cus is on lo­cal, arts, craft, food and pro­duce and this re­sults in qual­ity, im­pas­sioned, in­formed in­sights from artists, crafters, grow­ers and cooks about the prod­ucts of their toil.

The Bello Mar­kets are a true stand­out mar­ket ex­pe­ri­ence and the start of a great day out in Bellin­gen Shire.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.bellin­gen­mar­kets.com.au.

Pinned to the wall and 10 years of EMSLA

Coffs Har­bour Re­gional Gallery un­til April 22.

Pinned to the Wall ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures paint­ings and mixed me­dia as­sem­blages that ques­tion the do­mes­tic ideal, ex­plor­ing themes of fam­ily vi­o­lence and gen­der in­equity.

Cel­e­brat­ing 10 years of EMSLA, the Eutick Me­mo­rial Still Life Award, the gallery’s sig­na­ture pro­gram and Aus­tralia’s lead­ing award of the genre.

The ex­hi­bi­tion show­cases past win­ners and ac­qui­si­tions from the first 10 years of the award.

Find out more about Pinned to the Wall and 10 Years of EMSLA at www.coff­shar­bour.nsw.gov.au/galleryex­hi­bi­tions.

Rhap­sody Opera at the Gallery

Coffs Har­bour Re­gional Gallery, Duke St. Doors open 5.30pm.

An evening of Rhap­sody with so­prano Peta Blyth, of Opera in the Pad­dock fame, who has per­formed prin­ci­pal roles with Aus­tralian Opera and Queens­land Opera.

Be cap­ti­vated by the rhap­sodic mu­sic of Shield, Schubert and Men­delssohn, while Peta adds a Span­ish-Latin Amer­i­can twist with mu­sic from De Falla and Pi­az­zolla.

Peta will be joined by ac­com­plished pi­anist and harp­si­chordist Leanne Swan­son and spe­cial guest artist Peter Mor­gan on clar­inet and sax­o­phone.

Cost: Adults $28, pen­sioner/con­ces­sion $25, stu­dent $15.

TO­MOR­ROW

Au­tumn Made with Love Mar­ket

Level 1, Park Beach Plaza car park, 9am–2pm.

Made with Love Mar­kets are the first and only ded­i­cated bou­tique hand­made mar­ket for the Coffs Har­bour re­gion.

Start­ing in Au­gust 2011, they are one of the big­gest ded­i­cated mar­kets on the north coast. They aim to show­case hand­made, lo­cal, bou­tique and unique items made with love.

With be­tween 80 and 100 stall­hold­ers at ev­ery mar­ket, you can find a wide va­ri­ety of items – ev­ery­thing from jew­ellery, home­wares, bags, cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, toys, art, wood­work, gourmet good­ies and much more.

For more de­tails, visit made­withlove­mar­kets.com. Jetty Fore­shore ev­ery Sun­day from 8am–2pm.

An authentic out­door mar­ket­set along­side the Jetty Fore­shore and his­toric jetty in Coffs Har­bour.

There is a huge range of unique art and craft, fresh lo­cal pro­duce, tasty gourmet food and de­li­cious bev­er­ages.

Their phi­los­o­phy is lo­cally made, lo­cally grown so you are guar­an­teed a unique ex­pe­ri­ence.

Fun and en­ter­tain­ment for ev­ery­one, with live mu­sic and per­form­ers ev­ery week, plus reg­u­lar work­shops, fes­ti­vals and events.

A1 Coffs Coast Tours Your lo­cal Har­ley tour ex­pe­ri­ence team.

Suit up with the ex­pe­ri­enced guides, get off the main road and ex­plore the hid­den se­crets of the Coffs Coast.

Take a chauf­feured Har­ley tour to­day.

To find out more about the mo­tor­cy­cle tours on of­fer or to make a book­ing, phone 0438 524 952.

Har­bour­side Mar­kets Held at the Coffs Har­bour

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