Community diary

TRUE COLOURS: Cabramatta LAC's White Ribbon Walk on Friday, November 24 starts from Cabravale Park at 9.30am to raise awareness of domestic and family violence.
TRUE COLOURS: Cabramatta LAC's White Ribbon Walk on Friday, November 24 starts from Cabravale Park at 9.30am to raise awareness of domestic and family violence.
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THURSDAY

Driver sought: Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections are looking for a volunteer bus driver to help out with senior’s group outings. You must have your LR licence. For more details phone 9600 0600.

U3A Liverpool: For over 50s. Liverpool University of the Third Age has fun classes. Annual membership: $35. Art and craft classes, computers, creative writing, Euchre, French, gadgets for seniors, history, meditation, Rummikub, Tai-Chi, Yogalates, walking. Office at corner of Bigge and Moore streets. Details: 9601 5574.

FRIDAY

Crafties Social Group: At Westacott Cottage, 107 Railway Parade, Canley Vale. Bring your knitting, crocheting, sewing, embroidery, spinning, weaving, patchwork, paper craft, scrapbooking or beading for company, chatter, fun, coffee and to share ideas and knowledge. The group meets every Friday, 9.30am-noon, and on the first Saturday of each month (except public holiday weekends), 9.30am-noon. Cost: $2. All welcome. Details: Nerida, 0403 270 213.

SATURDAY

Help at hand: PFLAG, the support group for parents, family and friends of lesbian and gay children, will meet on Saturday, November 25 from 2pm at 175 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead for its AGM, followed by Christmas party. Off-street parking is available. Details: Judy, 0439 466 125, email info@pflagaustralia.org.au or go to www.pflagaustralia.org.au.

Fairfield on film: An exhibition exploring the rise of early cinemas and theatres as places for entertainment, in contrast with emerging young filmmakers, telling stories from their perspective. It will be held at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, 634 The Horsley Drive, Smithfield from Saturday, November 25 until Saturday, March 31, 2018. For details phone 9725 0190 or email museumgallery@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au.

Christmas market: At Swiaa Village nursing home, 84-88 Restwell Road, Bossley Park on Saturday, December 9 from 11am-2pm. There will be art and craft items created by residents for sale, pizza and pampering sessions. Money raised will go towards a second bus. Details: 9426 1400 or www.swiaa.org.

MONDAY

Riparian restoration: Volunteers are needed to help out with the enhancement and protection of the endangered River Flat Eucalypt Forest ecological community. Maintaining and planting native vegetation, identifying and removing weeds, surveying flora and fauna, building habitats, monitoring water. Sessions Mondays, Tuesday and one Saturday a month 8.30am-2.30pm. Morning tea provided, bring your own lunch. Details, registration: bookings.conservationvolunteers.org or 4721 4625.

TUESDAY

Women’s group: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Group at Bonnyrigg Community Centre, 1pm-3pm, the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. For women living in Fairfield. Activities include arts and craft and yarning. Free entry. Details: Cathy, 0414 336 785 or Wendy, 0414 964 657.

WEDNESDAY

Make movies: SouthWest Video Club Sydney meets on the first and second Wednesdays of the month from 7pm at St Joseph’s Parish Hall, 45 Nuwarra Road, Moorebank. Find out about the latest technology and meet other video enthusiasts. Details: southwestvideoclub.org.au.