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What: Don’t miss this crys­tal ex­hi­bi­tion and sale. There will be fos­sick­ing work­shops, Aussie make fos­sick­ing equip­ment, jew­ellery, crys­tals, gems, rocks, sil­ver and gold rings, find­ings, beads, min­er­als, fos­sils and more. Cof­fee and snacks will be avail­able too.

Where: The ex­hi­bi­tion hall at Coffs Har­bour Show­ground.

When: To­day from 9am-5pm and to­mor­row from 9am-4pm.


What: Known for their stylish, unique and of­ten hi­lar­i­ous takes on songs, Tenori have been work­ing hard on a new al­bum and are ex­cited to share fresh ver­sions of some of the clas­sics and their favourites. Aus­tralia’s fastest grow­ing and most sought af­ter vo­cal group Tenori fea­tures Queens­land pow­er­house singers, David Kidd, Craig Atkin­son and An­drew Pryor will play at two venues on the Coffs Coast.

Where: Wool­go­olga Com­mu­nity Cen­tre and East­ern Dor­rigo Com­mu­nity Hall. When: Wool­go­olga on Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 19 and Ulong on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 20.

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What: There’s a large va­ri­ety of stalls rang­ing from fresh pro­duce, plants, jew­ellery, books, coins and stamps bought and sold, sun­glasses, cloth­ing, retro gam­ing, tools, baby items and nappy cakes, licorice, soap and hot food to be found at these mar­kets.

Where: Cas­tle Street car park. When: To­mor­row.


What: The Coffs Coast Dragon Club and the Bellingen Big Band are hold­ing a joint fund-rais­ing night with mu­sic and the op­por­tu­nity to get up and dance. Pro­ceeds from the event will as­sist the Coffs Coast Dragon Club’s fu­ture project of build­ing a shed to store their boats in and the Bellingen Big Band with hire of rehearsal space and other on­go­ing ex­penses. Where: Ca­van­bah Cen­tre. When: To­day from 7pm. Phone 0409 716 774.


What: Daryl Braith­waite is show­ing no signs of slow­ing down. In 2017, Daryl has en­tered the ARIA Hall of Fame as a solo artist. Catch the man and sing along to the all-time clas­sic song Horses. Where: The Hoey Moey. When: To­day at 6pm.


What: Be amazed as the in­cred­i­ble per­form­ers of Cir­cus Rio take the whole fam­ily on a jour­ney around the world, be­gin­ning at the fa­mous Car­ni­val of Rio de Janeiro. You’ll see FMX mo­tor­bikes som­er­sault over the stage, tightrope walk­ers, a fly­ing trapeze team and more.

Where: Coffs Har­bour Show­grounds

When: To­day un­til Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 14


What: Rose Light is a tal­ented vi­o­lin­ist but to reach her fu­ture goals she is in need of a new vi­o­lin.

Known around town from her busk­ing at the Thurs­day and Sun­day Mar­kets in Coffs, Rose is hold­ing an hour’s fundrais­ing con­cert with pi­anist Mei Wei Lim on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 20 at St John’s Church.

Rose started play­ing vi­o­lin at nine years old and this year, at 13, won the In­ter­me­di­ate Cham­pi­onship and ev­ery sec­tion she en­tered in the Coffs In­stru­men­tal Eisteddfods. She plays in sev­eral or­ches­tras and en­sem­bles in Coffs and in­ter­state and is study­ing for her As­so­ciate of Mu­sic. Rose is in need of an ad­vanced vi­o­lin to pur­sue her dream

ca­reer as a pro­fes­sional vi­o­lin­ist, as she comes from a sin­gle-par­ent fam­ily on a low in­come. Where: St John’s Angli­can Church

When: Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 20 from 2pm

Cost: $15 for adults and $5 for chil­dren

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit hel­pros­e­playvi­o­ JOHN PAUL YOUNG – VANDA AND YOUNG SONG­BOOK What: John Paul Young and The All­star Band The Vanda and Young Song­book is a con­cert cel­e­brat­ing this in­cred­i­ble song.

John Paul Young and The All­star Band will travel you through the decades of mega hits and John’s own be­hind the scenes sto­ries about the songs and their mak­ing, at a time when mu­sic was king. John Paul Young is one of the most iconic artist in Aus­tralian mu­sic’s his­tory, with over four mil­lion in world­wide al­bum sales. Where: C.ex Coffs When: Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 27 from 7.30-10pm

Cost: $50 pre­sale and $55 at the door

Visit for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

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