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MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, September 4, 2008 39 DIARY www.innerwestweekly.com.au Learn the history of Cockatoo Island at Strathfield District Historical Society's meeting. Drummoyne Swim Centre is open for the season. Thursday, September 4 Drummoyne Swim Centre is now open for the 2008-2009 season. EZYSWIM bookings are now open for Term 4. Visit www.drummoyneswimcentre.com.au Relationships Australia's Neville Dorsey will facilitate a seminar entitled Setting Boundaries: Parenting 5 to 12-year-olds at Drummoyne Community Centre from 7-9pm. Phone Drummoyne Community Centre on 9719 8102 to book. Drummoyne National Seniors meet at 10.45am at Drummoyne Club, 162 Victoria Rd, Drummoyne. Speaker is Geoffrey Wyatt from Sydney Observatory. Visitors welcome. Entry $3 includes morning tea. Phone 9181 2245. Creative Activities run by the Schizophrenia Fellowship at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, Summer Hill from noon-2pm. Time out for the carer and free creative activities for people with a mental Illness. Light lunch and refreshments are included. Phone 9716 4404. Strathfield West Playgroup from 10am- noon for parents, carers and children aged 0-5 Held at St John's Anglican Church, 93 Newton Rd, Strathfield. Phone 9758 8133. Kids Bliss Yoga runs weekly classes for 3-5 year olds (4pm) and 5-12 year olds (4.30pm) at the Concord Yoga Studio, 2/43 Majors Bay Rd. Friday, September 5 Summer Hill Playgroup for children aged to 5 years at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, from 9.30am-11.30am. New members and drop-ins welcome. First two visits free. Phone Helen De-Wolfe on 9798 2610. Seeing Stuff School of Art for children at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St Friday's 4.45-6pm. Phone 0409 227 924. Saturday, September 6 A Craft Show will be held in the Baptist Church Hall, 217 Georges River Rd Croydon Park (near Rose St) 10am-4pm. Displays include knitting, jewellery, enamelling, leatherwork, tatting and embroidery (some for sale). See the handiwork and have devonshire tea. Dad's Playtime 10am-11.15am at Burwood Church of Christ, 18 Clarence St, Burwood. It's dad's opportunity to play games with their preschool children. Car boot sale at Canterbury Girls High School, Minter St entrance, 10am-2pm. Sell your goods or bag a bargain. Sausages, eggs, bacon, cakes, coffee, drinks, raffles. Art show and school band. Phone Bernie on 9787 7168. Taverners Hill Infants School fete from 10am - 3pm at the corner of Elswick and Railway streets, Petersham. Pony rides, cafe, Global Children's Choir, handmade arts and crafts, jumping castle, jazz quartet featuring Dale Barlow, kid's craft, CDs, books, toys, plants and cakes. Strathfield District Historical Society's C.S. Malcolm memorial lecture will be held at Strathfield Library, 65 Rochester St, Homebush, at 1pm. Patrick Dodd will speak on the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust. The presentation will include information on the eight Sydney Harbour sites including Cockatoo Island and Macquarie Lighthouse. Light refreshments will be served. All welcome. From Mao to Now: Chinese propaganda poster and contemporary artists Exhibition at Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park. Discover China's recent past through 65 Chinese sports and propaganda posters previously unseen in Australia. Open every weekend from 9am-6pm for free. Experience this historic area by bike or foot. Sound Beginnings learning through music for young children is held at Summmer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St from 3.30-4.30pm. Pilates is held at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, from 8.30 and 11am. Phone 0408 088 355. Sunday, September 7 Burwood Spring Carnival festival from 10am to 9pm in Burwood Park. Afternoon tea and quilting party from 1pm at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St. Meet other quilters and win prizes. Demos of the latest quilting including Westlee Quilting Ruler. Phone Marai on 9787 9564. Monday, September 8 Jumpzone For Boys dance-martial arts class for 6-8 year olds at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, from 5-5.45pm. Phone Karina Hannan on 0419 748 623. 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. Monday Mothers Playgroup at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St from 11.30am-1.30pm for children aged up to 2 years. Phone Natasja Worsley on 0425 222 175. Summer Hill Steiner Playgroup for children over 21/2 years old and handiwork/craft for parents is at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St from 9-11am. Phone Kanika Al Diges on 9763 2403. Music Time for 0-5 year olds at Summer Hill Anglican Church from 10.30-11am. Visit www.summerhillanglican.org.au or phone 9798 5300. Rina Lee's Dance Classes at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St are held Mondays and Wednesdays mornings and afternoons for children and adults. Phone Karina Hannan on 0419 748 623. Tuesday, September 9 Knit and Yarn meets at the Community of Christ Church 234 Victoria Rd, Drummoyne, (opposite McDonald's) at 10am. Take your knitting, learn to knit, and share ideas and skills. Cost is $2. Phone Val on 9713 5804. Fabric fun for 8-12 year olds at Drummoyne Community Centre, 10 Cometrowe St, from 3.45-5.15pm. Phone 9719 8102. Yoga With Meera at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St from 10-11.30am. Wednesday, September 10 Five Dock Evening View Club will hold a dinner meeting and book club at 7pm at Club Five Dock, Great North Rd. . Phone Caren on 9713 5816 or Margaret on 9798 3339. Drummoyne Toastmasters Club helps improve your communication and public speaking skills. The club meets from 7-9.30pm at Club Five Dock, 66 Great North Rd. Guests welcome. Phone Reg Robinson on 0405 691 241. Burwood Community Yoga is running beginners yoga courses at the Woodstock Centreat 6.15pm, Fridays at 10am and on Saturday at 8.45am. All classes focus on strengthening the lower back, increasing flexibility and calming the mind. Phone Kelli on 0415 970 408. Learn First Aid with St Johns Ambulance Aust (NSW) Western Suburbs Cadet Division at Presbyterian Church Hall, 1 Knox St, Ashfield from 6-8pm Juniors (8 -11 years old) and cadets (11-18 years old) welcome. Call Supt Peter Dixon on 0439 163 723. Older Men's Discussion Group for over 50s meets fortnightly. Drummoyne Community Centre, 10 Cometrowe St, Drummoyne. Phone 9719 8102. Summer Hill Card Group meets from 10am- 12.30pm at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St. Beginners welcome. Phone Kim or June on 9799 5800. Send your community notices including contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 9689 5357 or post to Inner- West Weekly, 142-154 Macquarie St, Parramatta, NSW 2150. PUBLIC NOTICE DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL DA2008/354 2-4 ELLIOTT STREET AND 2 VICTORY AVENUE, BELFIELD A Development Application has been lodged by Young Kim for the continued use of the premises as a place of public worship (Korean Buddhist Temple). HOW TO VIEW The application and plans can be viewed at Council's Customer Service Centre between 8.30am to 4.30pm Mondays to Fridays (except public holidays) until 18 September 2008. MAKING A SUBMISSION Submission should be made in writing with the grounds of objection clearly stated. Submissions should quote the reference shown at the top of this notification and be addressed to the General Manager, Strathfield Municipal Council, PO Box 120, Strathfield 2135, or email council@strathfield. nsw.gov.au before 4:30pm on 18 September 2008. For further information contact Council on 9748 9999. 2027501i iww wk10 Grandpas... Grandpas... Pops... Pops... Fathers... Fathers... Daddies... Daddies...
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