What's on across the Coffs Coast this weekend

There's plenty to see and do on the Coffs Coast this weekend.

The local quilters have been working tirelessly to bring you the Quilters and Needlecraft Annual Quilt Exhibition. If you love all things crafty, this show is an absolute must. Held at the Coffs Race Club Function Centre in Howard Street, the exhibition features more than 100 quilts and 100 handmade items. Light refreshments are available and the entry fee is $5 for adults and $2 for children. The exhibit is open from 9am to 4pm this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

If you're in Grafton on Saturday night, then you're spoiled for choice. The Bee Gees tribute show Night Fever kicks off at 6pm at the Grafton Services Club in Mary St. David (Barry), Russell (Robin) and Greg (Maurice) boast am impressive repotoir of Bee Gees hits which are sure to get your toes tapping and hands clapping.

But if disco isn't your kind of thing then maybe Madame Butterfly the opera is. Puccini's classic is perfomed by Oz Opera with John Bell, artistic director of Bell Shakespeare as director. The performance will be held at the Regional Sports & Entertainment Centre in Powell Street, Grafton from 8pm.

The magnificent replica of Captain Cook's famous vessel of discovery HMB Endeavour will be in port in Coffs Harbour from the 11th to the 18th of September. If you would like a history lesson, it will be open to the public from Saturday September 13  to Tuesday September 16 between 10am and 5pm, but the last entry will be 4pm.

Other things to do on the Coffs Coast this weekend:

Minnie Water Wooli junior surf club sign on

History Week 2008 - Maclean

Group 2 Junior Rugby League grand final

Expressive Lines and A History of Stamps

Woolgoolga Garden Club

You can find more events here.

GROUP 2: Crucial clash a see-sawing affair at South Grafton

GROUP 2: Crucial clash a see-sawing affair at South Grafton

A Tyrone Stevenson double gave Sawtell breathing space, until...

Woman allegedly blows six times over the legal limit

premium_icon Woman allegedly blows six times over the legal limit

Female driver to face court after staggering roadside reading

Supermarkets’ desperate bag ploy

Supermarkets’ desperate bag ploy

Coles and Woolworths to reward customers who bring their own bags.

Local Partners