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FIND a playing partner and refine your board game skills with chess, backgammon, monopoly and scrabble at Merrylands Library this Thursday, May 16, 2pm-4pm.

PEOPLE with dementia and their carers can join the Dementia Cafe at Dooleys Lidcombe coffee shop this Friday, May 17, 10.30am-12pm. Details: 9845 6903.

THE Dementia Advisory Service of Western Sydney’s Saturday Cafe group, will meet in The Sterling Lounge of the Parramatta Leagues Club this Saturday, May 18, from 12pm. Details: 9845 6903.

The Auburn Lidcombe Lions Club will meet on Tuesday, May 21, at the Auburn Tennis Club at 6.30pm. Details: Ralph Heness on 0414 592 189.

A QUIET study area for school aged children is available at the Berala Community Centre on Wednesdays, 3.30pm to 5pm. Details: 8757 9026.

WELLNESS activities and gentle exercises for seniors over 65 and people with a disability aged 18 and over, are held at Guildford Community Centre on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, 10am to 2pm; Berala Community Centre on Wednesdays, 10am-2pm; and Granville Library on Thursdays, 10am-2pm. Meals, $8, activity, $4, and transport is available for $10.40. Details: 8757 9031.

ENJOY free fun art activities for all ages with the Creative Connections Program at the Peacock Gallery in the Auburn Botanic Gardens on Sundays, 12-3pm. Details: 8757 9029 or visit eventbrite.com.au.

LEARN basic writing and conversation in Mandarin at the Berala Community Centre on Fridays, 6.30-8.30pm. A basic proficiency in English is required. Details: 8757 9026.

PRIMARY school children can enjoy some after school fun and creativity with free craft sessions at local libraries, 3.30-4.30pm.

ENJOY the outdoors with a game of disc golf at Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park on weekends, 10.30am-3.30pm. Bring your own and play for free or hire discs for a refundable $10.

JUSTICE of the Peace (JP) volunteers operate a drop-in service at Cumberland Council libraries, as well as at the Auburn Centre for Community on Thursdays, 10am-12pm; and Berala Community Centre, 10-11am. JPs witness and sign statutory declarations, affidavits and certify documents.

THE Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) offers free legal advice at the Auburn Centre for Community on Wednesdays, 10am-12pm; and on Mondays by appointment. A telephone advice line also operates on Tuesdays, 10-11.30am; call 8355 7227.

YOUNG people aged 12 to 18, can drop-in at the Berala Community Centre to play pool, table tennis and Xbox, have a snack and meet local youth workers on Friday afternoons, 3-6pm. Make the most of free WiFi or just hang out with your mates. Details: Erick at CMCS, 9837 7600 or Moana at BCC, 8757 9026.

THE Wentworth Wobblies is an informal group which holds short, easy rides in and around Wentworth Point, Sydney Olympic Park and Rhodes on Saturdays and longer rides on Sundays. Details at facebook.com/wentworthpointcyclists.

ENJOY a spin around the dance floor with the Auburn Seniors Dance group each Wednesday, 1-3.30pm, at Auburn Town Hall. Cost, $7. Details: 9548 6384.