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WHAT'S ON: Wednesday, February 15

CRIME TO MISS IT: See best-selling crime author Candice Fox at Bundy Library tonight.
CRIME TO MISS IT: See best-selling crime author Candice Fox at Bundy Library tonight.

1 Author talk

Love a good crime novel?

Head to the Bundaberg Library tonight at 6pm to meet best-selling crime author Candice Fox.

She will be discussing her writing, working with James Patterson and her latest book Crimson Lake.

Call 4130 4140 to book.

HEALTHY EATING: Speak with a dietitian at the IWC today.
HEALTHY EATING: Speak with a dietitian at the IWC today. Emma Reid

2 Chat to dietitians

As part of Australia's Healthy Weight Week, IWC's two dietitians will be available to chat to at the IWC Health and Wellbeing Centre.

They will be there from 11.30am-12.30pm today next to the Guava Cafe.

3 Searchers on stage

Liverpool's renowned group The Searchers are bringing the 60s back at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre today from 8pm.

In a career reaching the 50-year milestone, The Searchers continue to perform to sell-out auditoriums.

Tickets are $69.90 for adults and $64.90 for pensioners.

To book, phone 4130 4100.

4 Tell your story

Do you have a story - true or fictional - to tell about the Bundaberg CBD? Want to explore ways of telling stories?

Creative Regions is holding a workshop on March 4 and 5.

Click here to register.

STRING ALONG: Head to the Latitude 25 meet tonight.
STRING ALONG: Head to the Latitude 25 meet tonight. Mike Knott BUN111016TALENT7

5 Music meeting

Latitude 25 Music Club meets every Wednesday from 6.45pm.

Head along to the show ring meeting room, Bundaberg Recreational Precinct, opposite the airport, entry via University Dr.

Phone Marge on 4151 4941.

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