What's happening on the Coffs Coast this week
Sawtell Chilli Festival
First Avenue, Sawtell.
The festival is an incredibly fun day out for the whole family with street performances, rides for the kids, live music and dancing and, of course, the annual Chilli Eating Competition.
Other competitions include the Spanish/Mexican style Fancy Dress Competition and the Chilli-themed Hat Parade.
Coffs Harbour City Ballroom Dancing Titles
Doors open 11am at St John Paul College Auditorium, Hogbin Dr.
The program starts at noon with plenty of social dancing, competitive dancing, entertainment, great music, raffles, great food and a lot of good fun for all to enjoy of any age.
59 Hickory Street, Dorrigo
This weekend marks the final days for the May-June Exhibition, which includes paintings, glassware, photographs, prints, jewellery, cards, woodwork, and sculpture. The selection changes monthly and all works are for sale.
9.30am at Castle St, Coffs Harbour
Head down to the Coffs Harbour City Council Chambers at 9.30am for a 10am start of the official flag raising, morning tea and NAIDOC Week Awards.
6pm at Jetty Memorial Theatre, Harbour Dr
CHASE & Deadly Factor Presents The Songlines NAIDOC Concert - full of fun and local performing talent.
Who You Gunna Call Forum
10am-3pm at Coffs Harbour Showground.
Hosted by Aboriginal Health Mid North Coast Local Health District, the forum is an opportunity for community to engage with health service providers and is a fun and relaxing day for all.
Caring for Country Planting the Seed
10am at Diggers Beach.
Hosted by Ngurrala Aboriginal Corporation and Primary Health Network North Coast - Close the Gap, this is a chance to learn more about bush native species and help out with important regeneration.
Family Golf Day
Novotel Pacific Bay Resort.
A day of family fun on the golf course hosted by CHASE Committee, and sponsored by Miiyinda La Goori Mens Group.