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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : January 7th 2009
24 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, January 8, 2009 MB See WALL-E on the big screen at The Overflow at Sydney Olympic Park. Splasher's Water Playground is open at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Thursday, January 8 Splasher's Water Playground is open at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. There will be dumping water buckets, water cannons and water slides for summer. Movies in The Overflow at Sydney Olympic Park is showing 27 Dresses (PG) from 8.30pm. Free. Food and beverages from 6pm. Free kids' activities from 5pm. Take a bike safari around Sydney Olympic Park. Explore the Olympic Circuit, the Parklands Circuit or the River Heritage Circuit. Bike hire is available. Pick up a bike map from the Visitors' Centre or download one at www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au Ashfield Toastmasters meets at Club Ashfield from 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Sydney Town Chorus meets from 7.30pm to 10pm at Concord Citizens Centre, Wellbank St. Women's four-part harmony, visitors welcome. Phone Adrienne on 0412 705 564 or Linda on 0419 274 851. Friday, January 9 Movies in The Overflow at Sydney Olympic Park is showing Nim's Island (PG) from 8.30pm. Free. Food and beverages from 6pm. Free kids' activities from 5pm. Tai chi for over-50s is run by the Health Promotion Service, Sydney South West Area Health Service, at Burwood Cultural and Community Centre at 9.45am. Phone SHARE on 9533 4422. Canasta group meets from 1pm to 5pm at Drummoyne Community Centre, 10 Cometrowe St. Newcomers are welcome, even if you have not played before. Phone 9719 8102. Saturday, January 10 Community garage sale at Ashfield Polish Club, 73 Norton St, Ashfield, from 8am to 2pm. Movies in The Overflow at Sydney Olympic Park is showing WALL-E (G) from 8.30pm. Free. Food and beverages from 6pm. Free kids' activities from 5pm. Counsellor and family therapist is available at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, by appointment. Call Nicole on 0402 092 009. Kindermusik classes, for children 18 months to three years, are held at the Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St from 3.30pm to 4.15pm. Foster a love of learning through fun and music. Visit kindermusik.com.au or phone 0403 780 107. Overeaters Anonymous meets at 33 Lewisham St, Dulwich Hill, at 8am. It is a fellowship of recovering compulsive eaters, who through shared experience help others with the same problem to recover. No dues, fees, diets or weigh-ins. Phone 9518 3004 or visit www.oasydney.org Sunday, January 11 Movies in The Overflow at Sydney Olympic Park is showing Get Smart (PG) from 8.30pm. Free. Food and beverages from 6pm. Free kids' activities from 5pm. Medibank International Sydney tennis tournament at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre runs until January 17 with day and night sessions. It will feature elite tennis players including Serena Williams, Lleyton Hewitt, Jelena Jankovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Tickets start at $9.90 a day session or $62.90 a night through Ticketek. Interested in embroidery, patchwork or textile art? Join a group or enrol in a class with the Embroiderers' Guild of NSW, 76 Queen St, Concord West (near Concord West railway station) or phone 9743 2501. Join the circus ina11/2-hour workshop as you hang, flip and make a catch. Held at 3.30pm and 6pm on weekends, Tuesdays and Thursdays outdoors at Sydney Olympic Park, Dawn Fraser Ave. Cost is $45 a workshop, or five workshops for $175. Bookings essential. Visit www.circusarts.com.au or phone 0412 402 742. Monday, January 12 Red Bug: Stories, Activities and Play in Ashfield Park is held every Monday from 10am to 11.30am. All parents, grandparents and carers of children aged 0-6 years are welcome. Take hats and drinks. Phone 9716 1844. Kite-making workshops at Concord Community Centre and St Luke's Park are held for 5 to 7-year-olds from 9.30am to 11am ($15) and 7 to 16-year-olds from 11.30am- 1pm ($20). Book by January 8 on 9911 6555. So You Think You Can Tap show in centre court at Westfield Burwood at 11am and 1pm daily until Friday, January 16. The explosive show uses tap dancing penguins to guide kids through their first tap dancing lesson. Knitters and crocheters required for a handicraft group to work for charity at Concord Senior Citizens Centre, 9-11 Wellbank St, Concord, from 9am to 1.30pm. Cost is 50c, with morning tea provided. Phone 9743 5793. Croquet is held Mondays and Thursdays from 10am to 12.30pm at 50 Redmyre Rd, Strathfield. Beginners welcome. Phone Yvonne Webster on 9744 6622. Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Toastmasters Club meets at 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Ashbury Sing Australia Choir welcomes new members. No auditions, relaxed environment, great range of popular songs. Held at Ashbury Public School Hall, Trevenar St, Ashbury, from 7.30pm to 9.45pm. Phone John on 9797 0354 or Noel on 9705 7290. Tuesday, January 13 Sahaja yoga meditation is free from 7.30pm to 9pm at Burwood Community and Welfare Centre, 45 Belmore St, Burwood (entrance at rear of building). Memory assessment clinic is run by neuro- psychologist Angela Blazely at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, by appointment. Phone 0403 831 832. The Sydney Male Choir meets at the Russian Club, Strathfield, from 7pm to 9pm. New members welcome (auditions apply). Visit www.sydneymalechoir.com.au Wednesday, January 14 Drummoyne Toastmasters Club visitors' night helps improve your communication skills. The club meets from 7pm to 9.30pm at Club Five Dock, 66 Great North Rd. Phone Reg Robinson on 0405 691 241 or Marc on 0411 644 264. Movies in The Overflow at Sydney Olympic Park is showing The Black Balloon (M) from 8.30pm. Free. Food and beverages from 6pm. National Seniors invites people aged 50-plus to help lobby on seniors issues. Meet on the second Wednesday of the month at 10am in the function room at Club Ashfield, 7 Charlotte St. Phone Tony Smith on 9763 5373. Yaralla Toastmasters meet at 7pm at Concord Recreation and Bowling Club. Phone Reg on 0408 200 947. AA Steps and Traditions at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, from 6pm to 7.30pm. Phone 9799 1199. Learn First Aid with St John Ambulance Australia (NSW) Western Suburbs Cadet Division at Presbyterian Church Hall, 1 Knox St, Ashfield, from 6pm to 8pm. Juniors (8 to 11 years old) and cadets (11 to 18 years old) welcome. Call Supt Peter Dixon on 0439 163 723. Send your community notices, including contact details, to email@example.com, fax 9018 3531 or visit www.innerwestweekly.com.au or post to Inner-West Weekly, 181 First Ave, Five Dock, NSW 2046. 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