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Pack your gear, get involved this weekend

Celebrate heritage: Cyclists of all ages and abilities set off in the 2018 Bega to Tathra Community Bike Ride.
Celebrate heritage: Cyclists of all ages and abilities set off in the 2018 Bega to Tathra Community Bike Ride.

Community Ride

Bega - Tathra, September 22.

Bega Cheese is 120 years old this year and what better way to celebrate heritage than to ride from the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre to the even more mature Tathra Hotel. Registration for The Bega to Tathra Community Ride is from 7.15am, ride briefing at 8am. Check out a number of Historical vehicles, a horse or two, displays of vintage cars and tractors from the Bega and District Historical Machinery Club and Sapphire Coast Historical Vehicle Club. There are some great prizes brewing with a weekend accommodation at the Tathra Hotel and a family day pass to On The Perch Bird Park among them. Tathra Beach and Bike have added bike hire to the package too. The ride's fundraising focus is to help schools with bike education activities.

AIR TIME: Scooter action at Moruya skate park.

AIR TIME: Scooter action at Moruya skate park.

Windsong series 3

Bermagui, September 22.

Enjoy a wonderful afternoon of music, treat yourself to a glass of wine from the bar and experience this memorable concert among friends, all in the beautiful, natural surroundings of Four Winds. Artistic director James Crabb (classical accordion) is collaborating with his friend British violinist Anthony Marwood in one of only two performances in Australia. James says he wanted to invite Anthony to Four Winds so he can experience the incredible acoustics of the Windsong Pavilion, and also because the prospect of him performing here is such an amazing and special treat for the audience. Their only other performance is in Adelaide - which has already sold out. Don't miss out, book now for this very special event. From 1-3pm.

FOUR WINDS: James Crabb to visit Bermagui in one of only two performances in Australia.

FOUR WINDS: James Crabb to visit Bermagui in one of only two performances in Australia.

Skateboard the Bay

Batemans Bay, September 22

Fancy yourself as an Olympic skateboarder? The sport makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo in 2020 and skaters can hone their skills at a series of competitions over the next six months in the Eurobodalla. You may not make the squad, but you can get in the mood at five skate-park competitions between now and the opening ceremony in Tokyo. Kick off the series with Australian Skate Park League free classes and competition at the Batemans Bay skate park, Beach Road. Classes for all abilities; bring your own scooter, skateboard or BMX - additional helmets available. Register at www.esc.nsw.gov.au/youth or contact Zoe Morgan on 4474 7470.

No Business Like Show Business

Ulladulla, September 19-21

Expect big show numbers, cabaret musicals, glamorous costumes and energetic stage performances that follow the theme of all the great songs we all know. There's No Business Like Show Business will not only entertain, but delight and maybe even inspire. Taking place at the Ulladulla Civic Centre, the show has fundraised over $800,000.

Saltwater Fishing

Shoalhaven Heads, September 20-22

Estuary, beach or deep sea fishing, grab your gear and rig up for this classic competition for the whole family. There's great prizes and trophies for the winners. Email, info@headshotelfishingclub.com.au.

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