EAST Hills View Club will meet on Monday, November 18, 10.45am at Revesby Workers’ Club. Coffee and tea are available. Membership of View (Voice, Interests and Education for Women) is suitable for all women interested in engaging in social outings and contributing to the valuable work undertaken by the Smith Family. Details: Bev, 9771 5457.
KINGSGROVE RSL will host Carols by Candlelight in the Park and Children’s Christmas Party in Memorial Park, Kingsgrove, on Saturday, November 23, from 6pm. There will be an assortment of food outlets, show bags and entertainment, featuring ‚Äãthe Rock’n Soul Choir, and, of course, Santa. Free admission
BANKSTOWN City Choir will present its concert, ‘A Christmas Grace,’ at the Georges Hall Community Centre on Sunday, November 24 at 2pm. Admission: $15, adults, $5, child over five. Includes a delicious afternoon tea. There will also be a lucky door prize and raffle. Details: 9728 3494 or bankstowncitychoir.com
GEORGES River-Riverwood Probus Club’s last meeting of the year will be on Wednesday, November 27, at Club Rivers, Riverwood, from 10.15am. Bush poet Ralph Scrivens will be guest speaker. The group also enjoys lunches, shows and bus trips. New members welcome. Details: Craig, 9584 8913
OVER 65? Join Canterbury City Community Centre for free Tai Chi in the Park on Wednesday, November 27, 8am-9am, Jubilee Reserve, Lakemba. Tai Chi practice can improve strength and flexibility as well as decrease the effects of diseases such as arthritis. Wear comfortable clothes and bring water. Participants must be registered with My Aged Care. Info and registrations: Alison, 9750 9344.
PADSTOW Heights Probus is seeking members. Retired or semi retired men and women are welcome at the monthly meetings to enjoy friendship at morning teas, movies, lunches, day trips and nights away. They will meet on Tuesday, December 3, 9.30am at Padstow Bowling Club. Details: Jean, 0417 650 993 or email@example.com.
DO you like to sing? Come along and be part of the Lakemba Community Choir making beautiful music from all over the world. They get together at Canterbury City Community Centre on Wednesdays, 9.30-11am.
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