RESIDENTS are invited to an After 5 Business Networking Event and to hear from RAMS Franchise Principal Richard Batten on Wednesday, March 22, 5-7pm, at Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club in the Viva Room. No cost for CBBAS members and $40 for non-members. Places limited. To register, call 9707 9227.
How to build early literacy
STORYTIME for pre-school children is on offer at all local libraries during school term, with the next on at Earlwood Library on Tuesday at 10.30am. There are stories, songs and craft activities for children aged two and five years, in English, Chinese and Korean. It's an ideal opportunity for you to spend time interacting with your child while introducing them to books and songs. No bookings required.
Help offenders transform
EXPERIENCED program or group facilitators, counsellors, psychologists and teachers or students in the behavioural or health sciences fields, are encouraged to apply for new contract agreements on offer to help offenders transform their lives. For more info, visit: justice.nsw.gov.au.
Multilinguists are needed
DO you speak another language? The Bower Reuse and Repair Centre in Marrickville seeks volunteers to help translate communications materials into Vietnamese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Arabic, Hindi, Italian and Greek. If you're able to help out, email firstname.lastname@example.org.