What’s On

MERRYLANDS Library will screen Crackerjack, an Australian comedy about the ups and downs of a bowling club, on Wednesday, June 27, 2-4.30pm. Bookings: 8757 9065.

The Lidcombe Combined Probus Club meets on Friday, June 28, at 9.30am for a 10am start, at the Lidcombe Bowling Club in James Street. New members welcome.

GUILDFORD’S Red Cross shop will hold its monthly ‘garage sale’ this Saturday, June 29, 9am-12pm. Located in the Tom Collins room next to the library, the store is also open Thursdays and Fridays, 9am-12pm.

CINEWEST Cinematheque presents free screenings of classic films each month at the Newington Armory Theatre at Sydney Olympic Park. Released in 2006, Joy Division – Under Review (18+) directed by Christian Davies, will be screened from 2pm to 4pm this Sunday, June 30.

MEET at the Newington Armory Visitor Centre for a free, guided birdwatching walk with the BirdLife Discovery Centre this Sunday, June 30, 10am. Details: 9647 1033, or email

THE Auburn Poets and Writers encourage and discuss writing, and work together towards performance opportunities. The multilingual group will next meet at Auburn Library this Monday, July 1, 6-8pm.

JOIN the Merrylands Seniors for bingo, cards, trivia and bus outings at the Miller Room, 17 Miller Street, Merrylands. Next meeting is on Wednesday, July 3, 10am-12.30pm. Details: Fay, 9635 4937.

JOIN the Nick Nack Knitters at Berala Community Centre on Fridays, 11.30am-3pm. Details: 8757 9026. A knitting group also meets at Merrylands Library on Saturdays, 1-3pm. Details: 8757 9065.

CUMBERLAND Multicultural Community Services hosts a range of activities each week at Block C242, Granville TAFE, including playgroups, Tai Chi, Zumba, craft, English classes, homework help and cooking classes. Details: 9637 7600 or

NOT-for-profit Citizen Advocacy Western Sydney Inc seeks to introduce people with intellectual disabilities to community members. Training provided. Details: 9893 8210 or

RIDE the Rails around the historic Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park, with departures every 30 minutes each Sunday, 11am-1.30pm. Travel on the trains that transported munitions. Tickets: $5 (free for under threes). Details: 9714 7888.

THE Auburn Salvation Army hosts a Community Kitchen serving a two-course lunch, four days a week. The lunch is available for $5, or $2.50 for concession card holders, from Monday to Wednesday, and Fridays.

AUBURN Botanic Gardens open Monday to Sunday, 9am-5pm. Native animals are fed daily in the fauna reserve, 10am-2pm.

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