Get involved in activities this week
Walk of life
What: Help to raise hope and conversation, build awareness and reduce the stigma around suicide during Lifeline's annual Out of the Shadows Community Walk.
The walk coincides with National Suicide Prevention Day. Bring your family, pets and hope.
Where: Marina North Wall walking to Harbourside Markets.
When: Tomorrow starting at 10am.
Casuarina Steiner School's Spring Fair and Open Day
What: Stalls and activities will be held on the day from traditional spring maypole dancing, handmade crafts, good, cakes, coffee, kite making, tie dyeing, woodworking, a treasure hunt, a raffle and more.
Where: Casuarina Steiner School, 4 Gentle St.
When: Sunday, September 17 from 10am-3pm.
Cake decorating demonstrations
What: The day will have demonstrators from other clubs or interstate pass along their skills and demonstrate various techniques. A cake decorating supply shop will also be at the event for all your cake decorating items.
Where: 40 Mastracolas Rd, Coffs Harbour.
When: Today from 9.30am-3pm.
Phone Vicki on 0403214087.
Sydney Comedy Festival
What: Prepare to laugh yourself silly as the funniest comedians from this year's Sydney Comedy Festival hit the road, stopping in at Coffs. You'll hear from Bart Freebairn, Micky Bartlett, Luke Heggie, Angella Dravid and Cameron James.
Where: C.ex Coffs.
When: Thursday, September 14.
Cooke with Nidhi
What: Enter a competition to win a double pass for a cooking class with celebrity chef Nidhi.
Visit coffscoastadvocate. com.au/competitions
Entries close at noon on Monday, September 18.
Coffs Harbour uptown markets
What: The largest all weather markets on the Coffs Coast offer a variety of stalls ranging from fresh produce and plants to jewellery, books, clothing, tools, licorice, soap and much more.
Where: Castle Street car park.
What: He's received two gold records, holds a handful of ARIA nominations and is making his way to a stage in Coffs Harbour.
Drapht's fifth album, Seven Mirrors, puts his arsenal of musical weapons in the hands of an amazing list of collaborators and guests.
The album chronicles Drapht's personal relationships, exploring them through the concept of the Seven Essene Mirrors.
Where: C.ex Coffs
When: Friday, September 29, from 7.30-10.30pm
Cost: Pre-sold $32, on the door $37
What: Originating from the Melbourne club scene, two young men joined forces and are currently touring Australia. At the age of 13, the boys came together creating a one-off track, not knowing it would set off a motion of events leading to the duo's success. Teddy Cream has been voted in the top 10 people's choice ITM awards in Australia two years in a row, don't miss them tonight in Coffs Harbour.
Where: The Coffs Hotel.
Cost: $15 at stickytickets.com.au/55117
28th annual Bellingen Spring plant fair
What: Browse through a variety of tropical, sub-tropical, native, exotic and food-bearing plants, garden supplies, fine food, coffee stalls and workshops at the 28th annual Spring Plant Fair.
Where: Bellingen Market Park.
When: Today from 8am.
The Adele and Amy songbook
What: Listen in to the talented Australian singing star Bloom as she performs the songs of two amazing artists, Adele and Amy Winehouse, in a celebration show.
Where: Jetty Memorial Theatre.
When: Today from 8-11pm.
Giingan Gumbaynggirr cultural show
What: Discover the culture of the Giingan experience through market stalls, a tour, traditional Gumbaynggirr stories, language, cultural dancing, artwork and more.
Where: Forest Sky Pier at Sealy Lookout.
When: Today from 11.30am-5pm.