9 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
Hand Made Paper Workshop
WHEN: Saturday 10am-1pm. WHERE: Yamba Art Space, Uki St. DETAILS: Susan from Born in Paper will facilitate a handmade paper workshop. Cost is $75 includes all materials and morning tea. To book and for more information visit: https://www.borninpaper.com .au/product-page/introduction -to-paper-making-2
WHEN: Sunday 9.30am. WHERE: Yamba Public School. DETAILS: A fun boot camp for school kids and parents featuring races, tug-of-war and kids games with all funds donated to Team Bailey. Entry is $5.
Agility and jumping trial
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday from 8am WHERE: Grafton Showground DETAILS: Join the Grafton Dog Obedience Club for its agility and jumping trial. There will be a canteen available and two rings of dog events to keep you entertained.
WHEN: Saturday 10am-7pm and Sunday 10am to 7pm.
WHERE: Ford Park, Yamba.
DETAILS: The carnivale is a festival of music, sports, jumping castles and food trucks with amusements and activities for the whole family in a fun atmosphere centred on food, sports and the beach. There will also be a colour run which opens the carnivale starting in Wooli St at 10am, for which tickets are essential. Buy tickets: www.colourcarnivale. com.au/yamba.html
Lower Clarence Music Eisteddfod
WHEN: June 16 to 23 WHERE: Maclean Civic Hall DETAILS: Hear from some of the best musicians and singers from across the Clarence Valley at the Lower Clarence Music Eisteddfod. The competition runs for a week with multiple disciplines and styles.
Grafton Showground Markets
WHERE: Grafton Showground DETAILS: The Grafton Showground markets is where you will find a wide variety of stalls, with something for the whole family. Grafton Poultry Club also will have poultry and cage birds for sale.
WHEN: Sunday, 7.30pm WHERE: Saraton Theatre DETAILS: Celtic Illusion fuses awe-inspiring contemporary Irish Dance with mind-blowing magic and Grand Illusions. With incredible choreography and spellbinding magic, this is a sensory experience like no other.
Perch Creek album launch
WHEN: Sunday, 7.30pm WHERE: Pelican Playhouse DETAILS: Perch Creek is a band of five exuberant and multi-talented musicians, four of whom are siblings.
This Melbourne-based international touring act writes and performs harmony-driven modern pop/folk music with a creative energy and fearless spirit. This weekend the band will launch its album at the Pelican Playhouse.
Link to tickets on the Pelican Playhouse website.
WHEN: Sunday 9am-1pm.
WHERE: Macauley St, Ashby Community Centre, Ashby.
DETAILS: The Ashby markets feature a variety of stalls including fruit and vegetables, homemade cakes and slices, second-hand goods, and arts and crafts. The markets are held on the third Sunday of every month.