What's On

What’s on

Wednesday, September 11
MEMBERS of Merrylands Library’s Wednesday Book Club will discuss The Wolf Hour by Sarah Myles from 2-4pm. Details: Sarah Garland, 8757 9065.

Thursday, September 12
JUSTICE of the Peace (JP) volunteers are available at Berala Community Centre, 10-11am. Volunteers are also available at Cumberland Council libraries, but check to ensure a JP is onsite. JPs can witness and sign statutory declarations, affidavits and certify documents. Details: 8757 9000.

Friday, September 13
DOOLEYS Camera Club will meet at Dooleys Lidcombe Catholic Club at 7.30pm. Details: 9773 9666.

Saturday, September 14
THE Wentworth Wobblies hold short, easy rides in and around Wentworth Point, Sydney Olympic Park and Rhodes on Saturdays and longer rides on Sundays. Details: facebook.com/wentworthpointcyclists.

Monday, September 16
The Wentworth Point Probus Club meets at the Pulse Function Room at Wentworth Point, 7.30-9pm. Guest speaker is ‘laughter coach’ Christine Kaye. Supper included. For catering purposes, email attendance at mcevoydesmond@gmail.com.

AUBURN-LIDCOMBE Girl Guides aged six to 15 meet at the Auburn Guide Hall on Olympic Drive, Lidcombe, 6-7.45pm. Details: Fay, 9649 8601 or Ruth, 0404 666 952.

Tuesday, September 17
The Auburn Lidcombe Lions Club will meet at the Auburn Tennis Club at 6.30pm. Details: Ralph, 0414 592 189.

JOIN the Winter Warmers Community get together at the Pulse outdoor pool meeting room at Wentworth Point for games, chat, knitting and crochet from 11am-2pm.

BABIES aged up to 12 months and their carers are welcome to enjoy music and fun at Baby Rhyme Time at Auburn and Lidcombe libraries on Tuesdays; Merrylands Library on Monday and Thursday; and Regents Park Library on Fridays.

ASSISTANCE to complete forms, excluding visa applications, is available at the Auburn Centre for Community on Mondays, 9.30am-2.30pm, and the Auburn Library on Tuesdays. Details: 8757 9028 or 8757 9060.

MEALS on Wheels Auburn delivers meals for frail aged and people with a disability. Details: 9897 3832.

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.

AUBURN Diversity Services Inc offers free services for new migrants. At 17 Macquarie Road, ADSi is open 9.30am-4pm, Monday to Friday. Details: 9649 6955.

THE Refugee Advice and Casework Service 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.

SOLACE is a grief support group for people who have lost a partner through death. Details: 9519 2820.

DOOLEYS Lidcombe Catholic Club supports a number of social clubs, including dance sport, lawn bowls, indoor bowls, table tennis, masters swimming, ten pin bowling and shuffleboard. Details: 8745 6100.

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