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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : January 21st 2009
22 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, January 22, 2009 MB See Shrek Live at Club Five Dock today. Play on centre court at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre on Sunday. Thursday, January 22 Wii Challenge for the school holidays run by Ashfield Council and Wesley Youth Outreach at 1 King St, Ashfield, from 10am to 1pm. Bookings a must on 9799 2785 or 0419 402 991. Holiday Kids Club with the Glorious Gospel Church in Burwood Park from 4pm to 7pm near the rotunda, with free face painting, games, craft, barbecue and film at the cinema in Westfield. Phone Gina on 0431 089 121 or visit www.ggclife.org Shrek Live from 11am at Club Five Dock, 66 Great North Rd, Five Dock. Tickets cost $15 or free for under 18 months. Phone 9712 2055. Back to School Expo at Westfield Burwood centre court from 10am to 3pm daily until Sunday. Educational entertainment will be showcased, free arts and craft activity centre, healthy lunch box ideas, active games, competitions, science shows, craft and tips for new school starters. 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. Parents Without Partners City of Sydney Branch says there's no need to be alone. PWP hosts parties, restaurant nights, barbecues, winery trips and more. Phone Margaret on 9554 3444. 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 Creative Activities run by the Schizophrenia Fellowship at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, Summer Hill from noon to 2pm. Time out for the carer and creative activities for people with a mental Illness. Light lunch and refreshments are included. Phone 9716 4404. Ashfield Toastmasters meets at Club Ashfield from 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Sydney Town Chorus meets at 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 23 Big Day Out at the Sydney Showground. Neil Young, Arctic Monkeys, The Prodigy, The Living End, Sneaky Sound System, The Ting Tings, Cut Copy, Youth Group, The Grates and more for the lucky people with tickets. Summer Down Under wheelchair racing at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre from 4pm to 8.30pm. Bookings with Ticketek. Watercolour classes from 10am to noon at Concord Recreation and Bowling Club, Clermont Ave. Phone Gaye on 9713 9987. Sports Arvo school holiday activities with Ashfield Council and Wesley Youth Outreach at Pratten Park, Arthur St, Ashfield from noon to 3pm. Play cricket, footy and soccer. Bookings essential on 9799 2785 or 0419 402 991 Canasta group meets 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 24 High School Musical 2 (G) screens in Strathfield Park from 8pm to 10pm for free. Take your picnic blanket for a night under the stars. Learn to draw and paint in Croydon from 10am with portrait and landscape artist Maurice Schlesinger. Schlesinger was a finalist in the 2007 Moran Portrait Prize. Individual tuition and small groups, from $40 for a two- hour session. Phone 0419 984 935. ASHBUG Saturday Slowies bike ride (with Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club) It covers 25km plus laps of Centennial Park and uses off-road and on-road cyclepaths. Easy pace for all riders. Starts Marrickville and Illawarra roads at 6.30am and returns at 8.45am. 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 25 ASHBUG Sunday 45km from the Inner West to Manly for experienced riders at a moderate pace with some traffic, off-road and on-road cycleways and significant hills. Starts at 8.15am at the fountain, Lackey St, Summer Hill. Coffee at North Sydney, then Manly for lunch and swim. Back via ferry to city then ride to Summer Hill. Phone Chris on 9799 2104. Free Tennis Centre open day at Sydney Olympic Park from 9am to 1pm. Walk in the footsteps of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pat Rafter and Lleyton Hewitt. All ages and abilities can experience the rush of competing on grounds that have been formerly occupied by Australian and international tennis greats. Experience the full range of programs and services on the Tennis Centre's 15 external courts and world class grounds. The Tennis Centre is on Rod Laver Drive. Phone the infoline on 9714 7888. 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. Monday, January 26 Australia Day celebrations Henley Park, behind the pool at Enfield, from 3pm to 8.30pm; Strathfield Park, Homebush Rd, from 8am to 1pm, and Bicentennial Park at Sydney Olympic Park from noon to 10pm. Ashfield Park hosts a citizenship ceremony. Drawing classes will be held at Woodstock Community Centre, 22 Church St, Burwood, from 10am to noon. Phone Gaye 9713 9987. Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Toastmasters Club meets at 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Tuesday, January 27 Ashfield's Youth Zone has moved to Goodman Hall, Holden St, Ashfield, from 3pm to 6pm. The free weekly drop-in space for ages 13 to 20 has activities such as table tennis, Nintendo Wii, craft, games and art workshops. Bike bus to the CBD (with ASHBUG and Burwood and Strathfield BUG) starts at Homebush Station at 7am, then to Strathfield, Burwood, Croydon, Ashfield and Summer Hill and arrives in the city about 8am. The 16km is at a moderate pace with some traffic and uses on-road cycleways. For experienced riders only. Phone Greg on 0438 275 749. Wednesday, January 28 Concord West View Club will hold its AGM at Burwood RSL Club, Shaftsbury Rd, from 11am. The Smith Family benefits from all fundraising. Phone 9759 2729. Drawing classes from 10am to noon at Woodstock Community Centre, 22 Church, Burwood. Phone Gaye on 9713 9987. Drummoyne Toastmasters Club visitors night helps improve your communication and public speaking 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. Yaralla Toastmasters meets at Concord Recreation and Bowling Club, Clermont Ave from 7pm to 9pm. Phone Reg on 0408 200 947. Send your community notices including contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 9018 3531 or visit www.innerwestweekly.com.au or post to Inner-West Weekly, 181 First Ave, Five Dock, NSW, 2046. WHAT'S ON Alive www.innerwestweekly.com.au F n sti f , rea a ue ght n e a nt 2008 True Local Business Awards WINNER -- Café/ Coffee Shop DRUMMOYNE SAILING CLUB 2 St Georges Crescent, Drummoyne Ph: 9181 1870 • 10 - 12 Specials per day • Open 7 days Lunch and Dinner from 12pm 2186492k wk24 WINNER 246 BURWOOD RD BURWOOD Ph: 9745 3188 LUNCH SPECIALS start from only $6.50 Fully licenced and BYO Book your parties and functions (up to 100 ppl) Lunch - 11:30am - 3pm Dinner - 5:30pm - 10:30pm PRESENT THIS AD TO RECEIVE A FREE BOTTLE OF WINE WITH BOOKING FOR 10 OR MORE PEOPLE 2172365K wk30
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