What's On

What’s on

Wednesday, February 19
A FREE Discover Cumberland bus tour will leave from the council building in Memorial Avenue in Merrylands, 10am-2pm. Open to Cumberland seniors, the tour is accessible with limited wheelchair seats available. Bookings via eventbrite or call 8757 9796.

Thursday, February 20
A FREE one-on-one business advisory service for local businesses is available at the Fish Bowl at Merrylands Library, 9.30am-4pm. The service supports small-to-medium businesses. Bookings: 8757 9491 or cumberland.nsw.gov.au/business.

FIND a playing partner and refine your board game skills with chess, backgammon, monopoly and scrabble in a friendly, informal meeting space at Merrylands Library, 2-4pm. Details: 8757 9065.

AN Advisory Desk session offering tailored advice to groups applying for the Cumberland Community Grants Program will be held in Committee Room 1 at council’s Merrylands office, 10am-3pm. Bring your draft application and project ideas and receive tips on your grant proposal. Bookings: eventbrite.com.au.

Friday, February 21
A MORNING tea to celebrate Mother Language Day will be hosted by Auburn Library from 10-11am. It will include a Chinese Calligraphy demo. No bookings required. Details: 8757 9060.

PEOPLE with dementia and their carers can join the Dementia Cafe support group held at Dooleys Lidcombe coffee shop, 10.30am-12pm. Details: 9845 6903.

MEMBERS of Merrylands Library’s Friday Fiction Book Club meet at 10am. Details: 8757 9065.

Saturday, February 22
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.

Sunday, February 23
MEET at the Newington Armory Visitor Centre for a free, guided birdwatching walk with the BirdLife Discovery Centre from 10am. Details: 9647 1033, or email southernnsw@birdlife.org.au.

ENJOY fun art activities with the Creative Connections Program at the Peacock Gallery in Auburn Botanic Gardens, 12-3pm. Details: 8745 9794 or eventbrite.com.au.

Monday, February 24
REGENTS Park Combined Probus Club will meet at the rear of the Regents Park Library at 1.30pm. Guest speaker will be Keith Mealey on bees. Come and meet interesting people for outings, theatre and travel. Details: Pam, 9644 7458.

Tuesday, February 25
DEVELOP public speaking skills with Parkview Powertalkers. The club will meet at the Regents Park Community Centre at 10.15am. Details: Dagmar, 9749 1135.

PENSIONERS and Senior Card Holders can swim free of charge at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre (SOPAC) from 8am-3pm. Four hours of free parking is available in P2, adjacent to the Aquatic Centre on parking ticket validation.

LIDCOMBE Toastmasters will meet in the Keighery Hotel at 51 Rawson Street, Auburn, 7.30-9.30pm. Details: Nick, 0403 244 144.

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.

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