What's On

What’s on

Dentist Mohammed Eid checks the teeth of Aya Gouda, 4, during Bankstown Central’s free mobile dental check on offer over four days in January.

RIVERWOOD Market will be held at 151 Belmore Road North, Riverwood, this Saturday, February 1, 7am-1pm. Goods for sale include books, clothing, plants, jewellery, records, toys, homemade cakes, jams and much more. Stallholders required. Details: 0402 660 244.

COME and experience the beauty of sitting meditation and gentle standing exercises of Falun Dafa at Campsie Library, on Friday, January 31, 6-7.30pm and Chester Hill Community Centre on Wednesdays, 10-11.30am, January 29 to April 8. Classes free. Details: 0403 092 041 or lilychow999@gmail.com.

EARLWOOD and Districts Stamp Club will meet on Wednesday, February 5, at Earlwood Senior Citizens’ Centre, Earlwood, at 7.30pm. Topic – Official stamps and covers of South Australia. Sale-by-tender at each meeting. Details: 9707 4087 or earlwoodsc@tpg.com.au.

AN investment for your soul, a free ‘Alpha’ talk is on offer at Panania Senior Citizens Centre on Tuesday, February 4, at 7pm. The session is free and explores life, faith and meaning. It has three components – food, a talk and good conversation. RSVP: Paul or Pramila, 0409 980 903 or iShine.org.au.

PADSTOW Heights Probus meets on the first Tuesday of the month at Padstow RSL at 10.30am. New members welcome to enjoy fun and friendship on day trips, overnight trips, lunches, morning teas and movies. Details: Jean, 0417 650 993 or padstowheights@probusclubs.com.au.

CHESTER Hill Neighbourhood Centre will host a Social Knitting Group on Fridays, February 7 to March 27. Cost: $2 a week. Everyone is welcome and there will be a support worker available to assist anyone who hasn’t knitted before. Details: 9645 3700.

THE annual Begonia and Frangipani weekend will be held February 22-23, from 10am at 226 Annangrove Road, Annangrove. Presented by the NSW Begonia Society Inc and the Australian Frangipani Society, the festival will feature plants, displays, talks, a sausage sizzle and light refreshments. Gold coin per person donation.

THE Stroke Foundation, via Bankstown Stroke Support Group, will be presenting updates on what is new in Stroke research and new access tools for stroke survivors, carers and their families at a talk on Wednesday, February 26, 10.30am-12.30pm, at Revesby Workers’ Club. Details: Stroke Group secretary Tony Finneran, 0402 525 230.

BOOKINGS are filling up fast for Canterbury City Community Centre’s ‘Tea and Talk’ info sessions plus afternoon tea, with the first on Arthritis on February 12, followed by Falls Injury Prevention on March 11, Medication Management on April 8, Healthy Brain Ageing on May 13, Oral Health on June 10, Osteoporosis Awareness on July 8, and Diabetes Awareness on August 12. They’re on from 1-2.30pm at 130 Railway Parade, Lakemba. Call Alison on 9750 9344 for more info or to register.

WOULD you like to support Greenacre Area Community Centre’s community lunch as a valued volunteer? Beginning February, you would be needed every second Friday, 11am-3pm. Tasks involve packing food hampers, setting up, packing down, assistance in kitchen and connecting with neighbours. Training provided. Must be 18 plus, a permanent resident, proficient in English and have basic cooking skills. Call 9750 7982 if interested.

IF you enjoy singing, the Bankstown City Choir could be for you. The choir is open to new members of all music levels and meets at Georges Hall Community Centre every Tuesday, 7.30-9.30pm. Details: 9728 3494.

BANKSTOWN Women’s Health free group and activities return next week: Monday, Active women, 9.30-10.30am; Monday, Wellness for women cancer support group, 10.30am-1pm; Tuesday, Craft group, 9.30-11.30am; Wednesday, Yoga, 9.30-10.30am ($10); Wednesday, Healthy lifestyle group, 11am-12.30pm; Thursday, Foodshare, 9.30-10.15am (BYO bag). Details and bookings: 97901378.

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