Big weekend of fun

Dog’s day out at Farmers Market 

Losing it: The Exchange will look like a shearing shed on Saturday when 12 locals lose their  hair for the World's Greatest Shave. Photo: Mark Logan

Losing it: The Exchange will look like a shearing shed on Saturday when 12 locals lose their hair for the World's Greatest Shave. Photo: Mark Logan

The monthly Blayney Farmers Market is on again this Sunday at Carrington Park with some great autumn products on display from all the market favourites.

Photographer Wendy Smith will be on hand to take a photo of your pet pooch and provide a free 6 x 8 photo to keep!

Wendy will also be there with her delicious healthy dog treats to spoil your best friend so don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity.

Cakes, bread, local produce, new season apples and meat all available. 

Sunday the 19th from 8:30 until 12:30 at Carrington Park Blayney.

Textures of One Artisan Market

To be held outside the Blayney Community Centre, the Designer’s and Artisans Markets will showcase a diverse collection of high quality painting, sculpture, design, photography, ceramics, glass, home wares, craft, toys, and Indigenous artwork created by local and emerging artists and designers.  The aim is to have a maximum of 10 stalls for its first year running, making it a more intimate market whereby you can mingle with the makers.

Sunday 19th March 10am – 2pm 

Centrepoint open day – Sunday

CentrePoint Sports and Leisure Centre is having an open day this Sunday with some great activities happening, including a giant cliffhanger waterslide.

Nutritionist Bec Kurtz will be available for a chat, there’s 20% off all memberships, free entry all day and free fitness classes.

The centre will be open from 9am to 2pm.

Shave for a cure at the Exchange

There’s going to be a few very cool people, in both a temperature and fashion sense, in town this weekend after participating in the Leukaemia Foundation’s Shave for a Cure.

From 3pm on to about 8pm on Friday night Sally Ryan will lose her locks at the Blayney Bowling Club.

Janet Furner will also go without head covering at the Royal Hotel at 1pm on Saturday.

Meanwhile at the Exchange nine blokes and three ladies are lining up to go the full nude nut with Val Roach one of those everyone is keen to see bald.

The Exchange shave kicks off at 3pm on Saturday.