Our Community Diary Cancellations

The Family History Society Singleton Inc

The Family History Society Singleton Inc located at the Mechanics Institute will close March 20th until May 2nd when they will reassess the current situation. Stay safe. For further information contact 65722235 or email inquiries to famhissocsinginc@yahoo.com

Probus Crib Club

March 26: The Probus Crib Club luncheon cancelled. Phone Tony Farmer 6573 1150 or 0448 031 150.

Senior Citizens monthly meeting

March 26: Singleton Senior Citizens general meeting at 10am, at the centre. All welcome. Please bring a plate to share for morning tea. Phone Jenny 6572 2882.

Singleton Hospital Auxiliary meeting

March 26: Hospital Auxiliary monthly meeting will be held at the hospital meeting room at 2pm. All welcome contact Sue Langdon 6573 1276.

Historical Society & Museum

March: The Singleton Historical Society and Museum closed to general public until further notice. Open Tuesday for receiving payment of fees 10am to 1pm.

Singleton Writers Group

April 4: Please be advised that the Singleton Writers meeting for 4th April and May are cancelled. We will advise when we resume activities.

SACRED SPACES EVENTS

Due to the changing situation of the Covid-19 outbreak, we at Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent, Singleton have made the decision to cancel all bookings until the end of April. This means that Collectables in the Convent (5 April) is cancelled. We will be in contact with everyone who booked in for an appraisal. At this stage we have NOT cancelled any of our concerts, events or bookings from May onwards, but of course will monitor the situation and let you know if we need to. Caring for the vulnerable is an important part of our role here at Sacred Spaces and with this in mind, we decided to cancel all bookings to ensure the health and wellbeing of our visitors, clients and community.

THE RED CROSS

The Red Cross Call In that was to be held this Sunday at Dianne and Peter Crawford's Hermitage Road property has been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus situation.

ANZAC DAY 2020

Due to decisions made at RSL NSW and in the best interest of our aging veterans, the Singleton RSL Sub Branch has been forced to cancel All Anzac Day services & Marches. The Anzac Day luncheon at Singleton Diggers club has also needed to be cancelled & any persons currently holding a ticket will be refunded.

We apologize for the need to make these decisions, but in the current climate, we feel the health of our veterans & the greater community must be our main concern.

SINGLETON MENS SHED

The Singleton Mens Shed will be closed until April 20 or until further notice, due to the highly infection nature of the current COVID19 Virus. This precaution has been authorised by our Shed executive as advised by Hunter Health to protect the health and well being of our members and their families.

LAST DRINKS: Local mates Gordon Clayton and Robert Lambkins at the Clubhouse Hotel on Monday morning before the mandatory shut down of licensed venues.

LAST DRINKS: Local mates Gordon Clayton and Robert Lambkins at the Clubhouse Hotel on Monday morning before the mandatory shut down of licensed venues.

QUARRY MINING CHARITY MAILRUN: This event was to be held on Sunday, April 19 unfortunately the popular cycling challenge has been postponed due to the current health emergency. Refunds available for participants.

UPDATE: OURCARE SERVICES

Ourcare Services Ltd continues to do business, just not business as usual in light of the Covid-19 situation. Ourcare Services board chairperson Bronwyn Dunston said "Services will continue as is with the exception that our regular recreational outings program will no longer include visiting venues that are highly populated and the Active Lifestyle Centre will close until further notice." "We will visit parks and less populated areas and take our clients on drives instead of social visits to cafes and shopping centres for now," she said.