What's On

What’s on

FREE the Bears charity group will kick off their fundraising year with a Comedy for a Cause night at Revesby Workers’ Club this Saturday, February 22, from 7pm, to help make a difference to one of the world’s most threatened species – sun, moon and sloth bears. An 18+ show, tickets cost $20-$35 from comedyforacause.net/BEARS or at the door.

RETIREES are invited to come along and meet the friendly men and women of Regents Park Combined Probus Club. Join them for bus trips, luncheons, theatre, travel and listen to interesting topics by guest speakers. The group will meet at the rear of the Regents Park Library on Monday, February 24, 1.30pm. Keith Mealey will cover the topic of drones and also bring along some of his bees and their honey for sale. Details: Pam, 9644 7458.

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 Computer Pals for Seniors is offering one-on-one tuition on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9am-12.15pm. Lessons provided on iPads, tablets, computers and phones. Details: 9707 1629.

THE Stroke Foundation, via Bankstown Stroke Support Group, will present 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.

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.

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

BANKSTOWN Women’s Health free group and activities return this 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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