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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 27th 2009
24 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 28, 2009 MB Crusty Demons light up Acer Arena this weekend. Get Fit classes for older people are held at Bicentennial Park, Sydney Olympic Park. Thursday, May 28 Australia's Biggest Morning Tea at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre is on from 10.30am-12.30pm to raise money for the Cancer Council. Tea, coffee and yummy cakes and pastries will be provided, and there will be a raffle. Entry by gold coin donation. Phone 9752 3666 or visit www.aquaticcentre.com.au Mick Vawdon performs at P.J. Gallagher's Drummoyne from 8.30pm-11.30pm. Sydney U3A for retirees has vacancies in its art group for people wanting to paint and learn from others. Find support and inspiration for your work. Oils, watercolour and acrylic suitable. Meets at Summer Hill Community Centre from 12.30pm-3pm. New members welcome. Phone 9798 3537. Heart Support Australia Central Sydney branch runs a walking group on Thursday at 8.30am, meeting in the carpark of the Kokoda Track Memorial Pathway, to be followed by a friendly chat at the Kokoda Cafe. Phone Frank Dobosi on 9888 9143. Parents Without Partners City of Sydney Branch says there's no need to be alone. PWP hosts parties, restaurant nights, barbecues and winery trips. Call Margaret on 9554 3444. Ashfield Toastmasters meets at Club Ashfield from 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Friday, May 29 Viva the Band, popular international performers of jazz, swing, gypsy, French and Spanish music and classic show tunes, has a concert at Drummoyne RSL, Victoria Rd, Drummoyne, from 8pm-11pm. Jazz Club members $10, non-members $14. Phone 9716 3876 or visit www.sydneyjazzclub.com Crusty Demons, for extreme sports motorbike fans, are at Acer Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, today and tomorrow from 7.15pm. Expect a dramatic show, with the opening including pyrotechnics, lights and a lot of sound. Tickets from Ticketek. Woodfield Retirement Village ladies auxiliary is holding a parade and sale of Golden Girl Fashion's autumn/winter range (sizes 8-24) at 1.30pm. Entry is $5 including afternoon tea. All proceeds go to equipment for the residents. Dollshay performs at P.J. Gallagher's Drummoyne from 10pm-1am. Gary Johns plays at the Brewery Bar of the Novotel at Sydney Olympic Park, 5pm-9pm. Watercolour class from 10am-noon at Concord Recreation and Bowling Club, Clermont Ave. Phone Gaye on 9713 9987. Saturday, May 30 The Decoupage Guild of NSW will meet at Concord Senior Citizen's Club, 9-11 Wellbank St, Concord, from 10am-3.30pm. Phone Mary Waks on 9665 4670. Keith Armitage performs at P.J. Gallagher's Drummoyne from 10pm-1am. Trivia night hosted by Drummoyne Rotary Club at Canada Bay Club, 4 William St, Five Dock, from 6.30pm. Entry is $30 in aid of the Asbestos Diseases Foundation and other projects. Games, auctions and raffles. To book phone Dale Larsen on 0418 167 779 or email email@example.com Richie Branco plays at the Brewery Bar of the Novotel at Sydney Olympic Park, 4pm-7pm. ASHBUG Saturday Slowies bike ride (with Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club) covers 25km plus laps of Centennial Park, and uses off-road and on-road cycle paths. Easy pace for all riders. Starts cnr Marrickville and Illawarra Rds at 6.30am and returns at 8.45am. Counsellor and family therapist is available at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, by appointment. Phone Nicole on 0402 092 009. Sunday, May 31 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 per workshop, or five workshops for $175. Bookings essential. Visit www.circusarts.com.au or phone 0412 402 742. Monday, June 1 David Agius plays at the Brewery Bar of the Novotel at Sydney Olympic Park, 4pm-7pm. Cancer counselling in Enfield in partnership with Cancer Council NSW is for cancer patients and family. Face-to-face or telephone available. Phone 0404 478 715. Knitters and crocheters required for handicraft group to work for charity at Concord Senior Citizens Centre, 9-11 Wellbank St, Concord, from 9am-1.30pm. Cost is 50c with morning tea provided. Phone 9743 5793. Croquet is held Mondays and Thursdays from 10am-12.30pm at 50 Redmyre Rd, Strathfield. Beginners welcome. Phone Yvonne Webster on 9744 6622. Ashbury Sing Australia Choir welcomes new members. No auditions, great range of popular songs. At Ashbury Public School Hall, Trevenar St, Ashbury, from 7.30pm-9.45pm. Phone John on 9797 0354 or Noel on 9705 7290. Tuesday, June 2 Gentle exercise and get-fit program for Homebush locals between 40 and 90 at the Education Centre, Bicentennial Dr, Bicentennial Park, Homebush, from 10am-11am. Classes aim to help people with chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes and depression maintain good balance and flexibility. Cost $5 per class for pensioners, $6 for non-pensioners. Phone 9843 3245. Carers counselling in Enfield is government- funded and for family and friends who are carers for people with physical or mental illness or disability, and old age with frailty. Face-to- face counselling. Phone 0404 478 715. Strathfield Probus Club meets at Strathfield Tennis and Recreational Club at 10am, 4a Lyons Rd, Strathfield. Meetings entail a short business session followed by refreshments and an interesting talk by a guest speaker. Membership is open to men, retired or semi- retired, who wish to expand and share their interests. Phone Stephen Myers on 9642 0500. Presbyterian Aged Care Community Services is holding a falls prevention program for seniors in Ashfield in conjunction with Concord Hospital from 9.30am-noon at 40 Charlotte St, Ashfield (Day Therapy Centre). Morning tea is included. Pick up and drop off in the Ashfield/Drummoyne area if required. Cost is $6 per session. Phone 9797 3100. Toy Library at Summer Hill Community Centre, Smith St, from 2pm-5pm, has toys on loan for children under five years. For families with children 0-6 years. Cost is $30 per child per year, $15 with concession card. Phone Pat, Bev or Vicky on 9797 8676. Wednesday, June 3 National Seniors meets at Club Ashfield, 7 Charlotte St, at 10am and welcomes visitors to join, hear speakers, enjoy outings and reap benefits. Inquiries: 9763 5373. Ashfield-Leichhardt SES has vacancies for volunteers. Full training will be given. The SES trains at 7.30pm at the rear of 78 Dalhousie St, Haberfield. Phone Peter Kaye on 9797 6852. Drawing class from 10am-noon at Woodstock Community Centre, 22 Church St, Burwood. Phone Gaye on 9713 9987. Quilting and Craft group meets at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, from 12.30pm-3.15pm. Phone Maria Soto on 9787 9564. Children's art class (8 to 12-year-olds) has vacancies in class held from 5pm to 6pm and Thursdays 5pm to 6pm for 5 to 12-year-olds. Bookings essential. Phone Drummoyne Community Centre on 9719 8102. Awareness Through Movement class at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, is held from 6.30pm-7.30pm. Phone Patrick Hughes on 0424 967 493. 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. 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