Ninja Warrior at Moonee Beach Tavern.
Ninja Warrior at Moonee Beach Tavern. Moonee Beach Tavern

What's happening on the Coffs Coast

Junior Ninja Warrior has hit the Coffs Coast and contenders are needed to test the course.

What: Every Saturday in February, juniors will be battling it out on the Ninja Course. Categories are under six to under 13 years.

Where: Moonee Beach Tavern.

When: Every Saturday this month from 5.30-8.30pm.

Koalas in our backyards

What: Discover the hidden beauty and tranquillity of bushland pockets that form an important urban habitat corridor.

This is a 2.6km medium grade walk.

Where: Toormina, Amaroo Cres.

When: Tomorrow from 2-4pm.

Vivaldi concerti virtuosi

What: Don't miss the Australian tour which aims to inspire as many people as possible across all generations to enjoy classical music.

Where: St John's Anglican Church, Coffs Harbour.

When: Monday, February 12 at 8pm.

Tickets are available at the St John's Anglican Church Parish Office or by calling 6651 4700.

Shake 'N' Bake

What: Sureshaker's biggest names are back on tour for the annual Shake 'n' Bake of 2018. Listen in to Boo Seeka, Bootleg Rascal, Gold Member and Shaker DJ's.

Where: Federal Hotel, Bellingen.

When: Saturday from 7-11pm.

Tickets: $20.

Visit goo.gl/VjT8U4

Jimmy Davis Duo

What: Dark Arts opening night for 2018 kicks off with Jimmy Davis Duo, a 12-string slingin', blues/folk singin' boy from The Sunshine Coast.

Where: Dark Arts Brew and Bar.

When: Today 7-10pm.

Mighty Ocean Duo

What: Delivering an array of originals and covers from rock to reggae with a smooth roots vibe, The Mighty Ocean Duo should not be missed.

Where: Sawtell Hotel and Fishtales Restaurant.

When: Today from 8.30pm to 12.30am.

Coffs Harbour Boardriders

What: Sign up for the new year with Coffs Harbour Boardriders. Enjoy fun activities and a chance to catch up while meeting new members at the sign up day.

Where: Druitt Court.

When: Today 2- 5pm.

8 Ball Aitken

What: If you like swampy blues and slide guitar, don't miss 8 Ball Aitken with songs including She's Going to Mexico, I'm Going to Jail and Seven Bucks an Hour in a Chicken Suit.

Where: Sawtell Hotel and Fishtales Restaurant.

When: Tomorrow 4-8pm.

Harbourside markets

What: Enjoy the thrill of discovery in an authentic outdoor market bursting at the seams with a great range of local produce, tasty foods, delicious coffee and amazing handmade art and craft.

Where: The Jetty Foreshores.

When: Tomorrow from 8am to 2pm.

The way I see it art exhibition

What: A retrospective look at new and earlier works of Jim Tozer, showcasing his love

of his country in all its aspects.

Where: Coffs Harbour Showground Gallery.

When: Open daily from 10am to 3pm until Wednesday, February 28.

Hekyl and Jive

What: Looking for a fun way to finish your weekend?

Head down to the Hoey Moey for a Sunday Sesh with Hekyl and Jive.

Where: The Hoey Moey.

When: Tomorrow opening at 4pm.

Cinema under the stars

What: Come along to the free family friendly evening under the stars, bring a picnic blanket, sit back

and relax while you watch the animated blockbuster Sing.

Where: Coffs Harbour Showground.

When: Today from 5.30-10pm.

For more information, visit goo.gl/75t8Ud

Hands on surfing day

What: Mid North Coast Disabled Surfers is holding a surfing day and calling on volunteers from the community to take part.

Where: Woolgoolga Main Beach.

When: Saturday, February 3 from 8.30am.

Visit disabledsurfers.org

2018 Fashion exchange

What: Come down and swap things you don't wear for something new. Women's, men's and kids clothes, shoes and accessories are welcome with a maximum of 15 items in good condition.

Proceeds will go to a local community group.

Where: Harbourside Markets, Marina Dr.

When: Tomorrow from 8am-2pm.



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