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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 23rd 2009
12 INNER WEST COURIER, Thursday, July 23, 2009 MB NEWS www.innerwestcourier.com.au Dateline Thursday, July 23 RHYMETIME Ashfield library, 260 Liverpool Rd, has weekly rhymetime sessions for ages 0-2 on Thursdays at 10am, storytime sessions for ages 2-5 at 11am. Free. YA BOOK EXCHANGE at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, Summer Hill from 5pm to 7.30pm. Phone Alex at Ashfield Library, 9716 1827 for information Friday, July 24 BODY ART This workshop, for ages 10-plus, at Concord library, 60 Flavelle St, will teach how to draw a range of traditional body art designs. July 24, 10-11.30am. $2. Book on 9911 6210. ART AND QUILT SHOW Drummoyne Rotary Art and Quilt Show and sales, Canada Bay Civic Centre, 1A Malborough St, Drummoyne, opens Friday, July 24, at 6 for 7pm, $20 (includes drinks and light refreshments). The show finishes at 4pm on July 26. Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm, $2 entry. Visitors will be able to take part in a raffle for a Greg Jarmaine painting, Across the Seine, worth $1,250. STRESS DOWN DAY To help raise awareness about how to manage stress, Lifeline is holding a National Stress Down day on July 24. The day will encourage participants to have fun and get involved in stress-reducing activities as well as raising money for Lifeline. Monday, July 27 ITALIAN LESSONS The new term of Italian language lessons starts July 27. Co.As.It offers 10 levels of courses for qualified and native Italian teachers. Assess yourself online and enrol now on www.coasit.org.au PAGE TURNER BOOK CLUB at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, Summer Hill from 7.30 pm on July 27. Call 9799 5800 for more information. DANCE CLASSES Ashfield RSL Club, 374 Liverpool Rd, has rock n roll dance classes every Monday night. Price: $10 per one-hour lesson. 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Details: Lynn 0409 719 993. Tuesday, July 28 TUESDAY TRIVIA with Emma and Matty at Concord RSL Club from 7pm. AUTHOR TALK Local author Johanna Nicholls will talk about her book Ironbark, a sweeping saga of love, hate, survival and revenge in the tradition of The Thornbirds. Nicholls was head script editor of the ABC drama department for many years, from 6.30pm. Venue: Leichhardt library, 23 Norton St. Light refreshments will be served. Bookings essential: 9367 9338. Wednesday, July 29 PLANET PARENT WORKSHOP: Topic this month is Love and Limits Getting the balance right. Starts 10am on July 29 at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, Summer Hill. Phone 0402 092 009 for booking. BUSINESS EXCHANGE Concord library, 60 Flavelle St, is hosting a seminar on the keys to achieving financial independence for yourself and your business. Don Swanborough is the speaker. Free, on July 29, from 7pm- 9pm. BUSINESS ADVICE Five Dock library, 4-12 Garfield St, offers free, confidential business coaching. The service is available every second Wednesday. To book a free confidential 45-minute interview between the business hours of 9.30am to 5pm, contact Clearly Business on 9212 0555. STORY TIME: Haberfield library, 78-80 Dalhousie St, has weekly rhymetime sessions for ages 0-2 on Wednesdays at 10.30 am, storytime sessions for ages 2-5 at 11am. Free. RAINWATER HARVESTING Thinking of getting a rainwater tank? This evening workshop will help you find out how to design and look after your own rainwater harvesting system. Bookings essential on 9335 2222. Venue: Tom Foster Community Centre, 11-13 Darley St, Newtown. TRIVIA NIGHT North Annandale Hotel, 105 Johnston St, Annandale, hosts a trivia night every Wednesday from 7.30pm. Entry is free. Prizes include food and drink vouchers. Thursday, July 30 RHYMETIME Ashfield library, 260 Liverpool Rd, has weekly rhymetime sessions for ages 0-2 on Thursdays at 10am, storytime sessions for ages 2-5 at 11am. Free. BELLY DANCING Women's bellydance classes for fun and fitness on Thursday evenings at Rozelle School of Visual Arts, 57 Nelson St, Rozelle, from 6.30pm. Cost: $18, first class free. Details: Rachel 0403 771 134. WHAT DRIVES YOU? We are seeking volunteers with Light Rigid drivers licence or higher to help provide a transport service for local community groups. Support and training will be provided by Smartlink Transport. To register your interest please call Kendra on 1300 557 346 Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 10.00am and 3.00pm or email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org This is a great way to get involved and help your local community CBX 2094345iL WK03 Tel (02) 9716 1800 260 Liverpool Road Ashfield NSW 2131 Fax (02) 9716 1911 PO Box 1145 Ashfield NSW 1800 www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au Ashfield's Biggest Conversation - Public Conversation #2 Wednesday 5 August 2009, 6.30pm -- 8.30pm Ashfield Boys High School Hall, 117 Liverpool Road, Ashfield You are invited to join fellow community members to discuss your views on the for the future of Ashfield Council and the local community and outcomes that have emerged from a diverse range of community consultation events held during 2009. This workshop will also be an opportunity to discuss a series of possible directions for the future of Ashfield Council and the local community. This is an opportunity for people who have already participated in the process, or new people who would like to get involved to put forward their views and ideas. Some parking is available on site (entry through intersection at Wests Ashfield Leagues). Please register online at Council's website or RSVP by phoning 9716 1906. Save up to 50% on your tip fees!* Contaminated soil from $55* per tonne Clean fill soil from $30* per tonne Conveniently located near the M7/ M2 Concrete and brick tipping from $8.50 per tonne Recycled Roadbase, Sand, Gravel from $11 per tonne Truck and plant hire available Strictly No Asbestos mixed soils *Conditions apply rates for 13-33 tonne quantities 2053377p ppg wk51 Call us on 0425 252 277 or 1300 066 487
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