Wednesday, November 20
THE Refugee Advice and Casework Service offers free legal advice at the Auburn Centre for Community, 10am-12pm; and on Mondays by appointment. A telephone advice line also operates on Tuesdays, 10-11.30am; call 8355 7227.
Thursday, November 21
FIND a playing partner and refine your board game skills with chess, backgammon, monopoly and scrabble at Merrylands Library, 2-4pm.
Friday, November 22
JOIN the Nick Nack Knitters at Berala Community Centre from 11.30am-3pm. Details: 8757 9026. A knitting group also meets at Merrylands Library on Saturdays, 1-3pm. Details: 8757 9065.
Saturday, November 23
PARENTS and Friends of Lesbian and Gay Children (PFLAG) will meet at the 175 Motel, in the Wesley Lodge Conference Room at 175 Hawkesbury Rd, Westmead at 2pm. Details: Les, 0419 986 372.
A TWO-DAY Introduction to Bird Portraiture workshop with artist Peter Wale, will be hosted by Birdlife Discovery Centre at the Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park on November 23 and 24, 9.30am-3pm. Cost is $100 for members or $120 for non-members. Bookings essential: 9647 1033.
Sunday, November 24
THE Merrylands RSL Dominoes Club plays from 10.45am, with registration at 10.30am. Anyone can join and play four to a table; club members play five rubbers of five games each. Entry is $3, with a first prize of $30 and runner-up of $25.
MEET at the Newington Armory Visitor Centre for a free, guided birdwatching walk with the BirdLife Discovery Centre from 10am. Details: 9647 1033 or email@example.com.
CINEWEST Cinematheque presents free screenings of classic films each month at the Newington Armory Theatre. Released in 1999 and nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Film, Colour of Paradise (18+), will screen from 2-4pm.
Monday, November 25
REGENTS Park Combined Probus Club will meet at the rear of the Regents Park Library at 1.30pm. Guest speakers will be firefighters talking about ‘Safety in Your Home’. Come along and meet interesting people for conversation, outings, theatre and travel. Details: Pam, 9644 7458.
Tuesday, November 26
THE Rotary Club of Granville meets at the Granville Diggers at 6pm. Under the motto of ‘Service above Self’, Rotarians work on local and worldwide projects. Details: 0412 086 536.
BABIES aged up to 12 months and their carers are welcome to enjoy music at Baby Rhyme Time at Auburn and Lidcombe libraries on Tuesdays; Merrylands Library on Monday and Thursday; and Regents Park Library on Fridays.
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