What's On

What’s on

Wednesday, August 14
MEMBERS of Merrylands Library’s Wednesday Book Club will discuss Black Rock, White City by AS Patric from from 2pm to 4pm. Details: Sarah Garland, 8757 9065.

Thursday, August 15
FIND a playing partner and refine your board game skills with chess, backgammon, monopoly and scrabble at Merrylands Library from 2pm-4pm.

BUSINESS owners can register for a free Contracts And Legal Matters Workshop with lawyer Katherine Hawes at the Auburn Centre For Community from 10am to 12pm. Register at cumberland.nsw.gov.au/business.

Friday, August 16
PEOPLE with dementia and their carers can join the Dementia Cafe at Dooleys Lidcombe coffee shop from 10.30am-12pm. Details: 9845 6903.

LEARN how to create Ethiopian cuisine with a Flavours of Auburn cooking class at the Auburn Centre for Community from 6pm-9pm. Tickets are $70 for adults; $50, local residents; and $45, concession (plus booking fee). Details: 8757 9796 or flavoursofauburn.com.au.

Saturday, August 17
DELVE into Cumberland’s diverse local food cultures and and visit businesses and discover new delicacies on a Flavours of Auburn Turkish Food Tour, meeting at Auburn Station from 11am-2pm. Tickets are $70 for adults, $50, local residents, $45, concession, plus a booking fee. Details: 8757 9796 or flavoursofauburn.com.au.

Sunday, August 18
RIDE the Rails around the historic Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park, with departures every 30 minutes from 11am-1.30pm. Travel on the trains that transported munitions. Tickets: $5 (free for under threes). Details: 9714 7888.
THE Sydney Scallywags Flyball Club train at Princes Park with entry via Princes Road West, 12.45pm – 4.30pm. Info, 0417 251 892 or sydneyscallywags.com.au.

Monday, August 19
The Wentworth Point Probus Club meets at the Pulse Function Room at Wentworth Point, 7.30 to 9pm. Guest speaker will be Peter Sweeney, a retired Lt Col in the Army Reserve and military historian. Visitors are welcome, but for catering, call Des, 0416 070 341 or Lynne, 0458 281 141.

Tuesday, August 20
The Auburn Lidcombe Lions Club will meet at the Auburn Tennis Club at 6.30pm. Details: Ralph, 0414 592 189.

PROTECT children and the community against vaccine-preventable diseases with Cumberland Council’s next free Immunisation Clinic at the Merrylands Council Chambers from 9.30-11.15am. Bookings: 8757 9642 or 8757 9567.

PRIMARY school children can enjoy some after school fun and creativity with free craft sessions at local libraries, 3.30-4.30pm. No bookings required.

THE Auburn City Men’s Shed is open at 356 Park Road, Regents Park, Monday to Wednesday, 9am-4.30pm. Details: 9644 7433 or auburnmensshed@gmail.com.

A NOT-FOR-PROFIT organisation, Community Wheels Inc provides transport services for residents living in the Parramatta, Holroyd and bordering area of Auburn to destinations within these areas. Details: 8868 1400.

TO help households reduce organic waste, the council has a Compost Bin and Worm Farm Rebate of up to $50. For info, call 8757 9000, or visit cumberland.nsw.gov.au.

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