Song spreading Christmas cheer
THE Jubilate Singers are hitting the streets of Dulwich Hill with Christmas cheer on Monday, December 16. Find them opposite The General Eatery at 7.45pm, outside Tella Balls at 8.15pm and Gladstone Hotel at 8.45pm where there will be refreshments. Coming from all walks of life, The Jubilate Singers get together to unleash their vocal beauty at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 11 Herbert Street, Dulwich Hill, on Mondays, 7-9pm. More info at facebook.com/jubilateatholytrinity.
Fundraiser to help bush, wildlife
ICONIC Sydney bands will unite at the historic Summer Hill Flour Mill in Mungo Scott building for the ‘Hose Down Festival’ this Saturday, December 14, 11am-6pm, to raise urgent funds for those bravely fighting catastrophic effects of unprecedented bushfires on native bushland and wildlife. It will be an unforgettable afternoon of live music, craft beer and local eats. Everyone is welcome! Tickets: $21.80 from eventbrite.com.au.
Memoir Writing workshop on offer
NO matter who we are, where we live or what we have seen, we each carry within us the seeds of a fascinating story. Now a Memoir Writing workshop is on offer at Ashfield Library this Thursday, December 12, 1-4pm, with NSW Dickens Society vice president and travel writer Walter Mason. Practical and creative, this workshop will help you make the most of your personal life stories. Book attendance at eventbrite.com.au.
Turn reuse items into festive craft
COME along to a Festive Crafts workshop with Kim Davies at Petersham Chambers, Level 3, 2-14 Fisher Street, this Thursday, December 12, 6-8pm. Kim will teach creative ways to make decorations, gift tags and wrapping using natural materials and reuse items. You’ll want to bring them out year after year, pass on as a gift or make more using your new skills. Free and presented by the Green Living Centre. For queries, email email@example.com or phone 0466 428 063.