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OPEN GARDEN FOR HOME
The inaugural Keith Reid Memorial Open Garden
and Exhibition will feature a display of fine Asian
sculptures in a garden setting. September 27 and
28, 10am-4pm. $5 admission. Refreshments
available. Proceeds go to HOME in Queanbeyan. 7A
Thorpe Avenue, Queanbeyan.
Take the rare opportunity to have your name and/
or drawing as a permanent feature at the Watson
Preschool. Engraved pavers will be used in a
landscaping project to create an outdoor learning
space. It will give the children a space to grow and
care for a vegetable garden. Pavers start at $25.
Pick up an order form from the preschool or send
an email: email@example.com.
TUGGERANONG 55 PLUS CLUB
Will be holding a movie night for the benefit of
seniors. Set in Cairo and made in 1954, the
hilarious Meet the Mummy stars the famous
American comedy duo Abbott and Costello in their
exciting Egyptian adventure. Book your seats now
for an afternoon of laughter and suspense with the
last two episodes of The Shadow. $4 for members
and $7 for non-members includes a complimentary
ice-cream. Saturday September 20, 2pm.
Tuggeranong Seniors Centre, 101 Cowlishaw
Street, Greenway. Ph: 6293 4004. Email:
SPRING ORCHID SHOW
The 2014 annual Spring Orchid Show is an
opportunity for interstate visitors to combine the
show with a trip to Floriade to celebrate spring.
Orchid Society members will be there to provide
advice on orchid care and answer any questions
you may have on this plant family. Orchids will be
on display and for sale. Refreshments available.
Entry is $5 adult, $2 concession, children under 14
free. Saturday, September 20, 9am-5pm. Sunday
September 21, noon-4pm. The Wesley Centre, 20
National Circuit, Forrest. Ph: 6297 5635. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit: canberraorchids.org
O'CONNOR MARKET DAY
Pounce on a bargain. Preloved toys, books,
candles, clothes, DVDs and more will be on sale at
the O'Connor Uniting Church. Saturday, September
20, 9.30am-1pm. Corner of Brigalow and Scrivener
ERINDALE SOCIAL/CRAFT GROUP
This is a community group which meets for craft
and other activities and for a cuppa and a chat.
Morning tea and light lunch provided. Children
welcome. Thursdays 10 am-2pm. Cost $2. The
Erindale Neighbourhood Centre, corner of
Sternberg Crescent and Comrie Street, Erindale.
Ph: 6296 5997 or 6231 5226.
GUNGAHLIN DAY VIEW CLUB
A mystery is about to be revealed. Alec Prior is
teasing us with his question "What were you doing
on that weekend?" If you would like to know what
is about to be revealed, come along to our next
luncheon. $30 for a two-course lunch. Wednesday
September 24, 11.30am. Functions@Federation,
Gold Creek Village, Nicholls. Ph: 6166 2874.
RSVP: Monday, September 22, 11.30am.
SOLACE - FOR BEREAVED
Self-help group for those grieving because their
partners have died and who can listen, support and
comfort, due to their similar experiences and thus
help re-establishing their lives and go on living.
Held every first and third Wednesday of the month,
12.30pm-2.30pm, at Phillip. Also the first and third
Thursdays of the month 7.30pm-9.30pm, at
Jamison. Ph: 6297 1052 24 hours. Visit:
Are a friendly bunch of women and men who enjoy
singing gospel, folk and popular songs, usually in
four-part harmony. No auditions and lots of
support. $100 yearly membership. Wednesdays
7.30-9.30pm at St George's Church Hall, 67
Pethebridge Street, Pearce. Just turn up or call
Suzanne on 0403 677 495 or visit
WALKING IN CANBERRA
Joining a regular walking program is a simple and
enjoyable way of life. Walks are between one and
two hours long. You can choose walks appropriate
for your level of fitness from the weekly schedule.
Walks are planned for various locations around
Canberra. During winter, Walking for Pleasure
conducts walks at 9.30am on Sunday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. For details about
the current program of walks, please
call: 1300 799 719.
LOST - INDONESIAN KRIS
Phone 0416 379 280
ST JUDE & ST JOHN VIANNEY CATHOLIC PARISH
WESTON CREEK INVITATION TO RITE OF CHRISTIAN
INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA)
If you are not a Catholic, but are
interested in finding out more about
what the Catholic Church believes and
teaches, I invite you to attend our
ENQUIRY NIGHTS on Wednesday 1
or 8 October.
Attending does not involve any
commitment on your part.
If you are a Catholic who, for whatever
reason, has not been active in the
Church, the RCIA Program is also an
opportunity to discuss aspects of the
Church or your life that have led to
some degree of alienation from the
We meet in the meeting room of St John
Vianney Church, 87 Namatjira Drive,
Waramanga at 7:30pm.
Father Kevin Brannelly
CALLING ALL ALFRED HOSPITAL
The Alfred Hospital Nurses League
Inc. We are pleased to announce the
formation of a new AHNL Branch in
Canberra. For expressions of interest
we invite you to contact Pam Ashton
Group "L" Grad. 1 958.
Tel: (02) 6241 3470 or email:
Lost and Found
COOK COMMUNITY DAY
11-3 at Cook Place, Cook
Cake, plant and book stalls.
Play with "Off-Beat".
Fundraising for a local park.
Sponsored by Ginninderra
PH: 6280 3055 FAX: 6280 2430
(Assistant in Nursing)
required at Queanbeyan
Residential Care Facility.
Please call Bernadette
All Canberra & Queanbeyan.
0412 219 877.
Ellerton Dr Extension,
The Queanbeyan City Council proposes
to construct an extension to Ellerton
Drive, Queanbeyan. The Ellerton Drive
Extension is intended to provide a link
between East Queanbeyan at the
termination point of the existing
Ellerton Dr and Karabar at the Edwin
Land Parkway intersection with Old
Cooma Rd. The total length of the road
is approximately 4.6km.
Cultural heritage investigations of the
proposed road corridor were previously
undertaken in 201 2 in consultation with
the Aboriginal community and resulted
in the discovery of heritage sites within
the proposed corridor. Queanbeyan City
Council is now proposing to apply for
an Aboriginal Heritage Impact Permit
(AHIP) for the proposed route for an
extension to Ellerton Drive and to
undertake archaeological salvage
Cultural Heritage Management
Australia (CHMA) now invites
submissions from Aboriginal persons
and organisations holding cultural
knowledge relevant to the Queanbeyan
Area who wish to be consulted
regarding Stage 2 heritage works along
Ellerton Drive Extension. Expressions of
interest registered for this project
during initial investigations will be
automatically included in this
consultation process and need not apply
Please register your interest with
CHMA by contacting Sophie Collins on
0414 306 762 or in writing to PO Box
9463 Deakin, ACT, 2600. Submissions
must be received within 14 days from
this date of notice.
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SINGLE OR MULTIPLE AREAS
Barton, Deakin, Forest, Griffith, Kingston,
Narrabundah, Red Hill, Yarralumla
Chapman, Duffy, Fisher, Holder,
Rivett, Waramanga, Weston
Trades and Services
Kitchens & Joinery
Licence # 204210C
Phone : 6942 4840
Fax : 6942 4844
We will remove all white
goods, any metal/battery,
cars/garage clean out for
FREE. Phone 0498 729 098
Businesses For Sale
Long time operating.
Regular clientele. Sun only.
Unique product. Net profit
approx $25,000 P/A.
$20,000 ONO. Please call
Gerard 0459 840 493
Areas available in most
Belconnen & Gungahlin suburbs.
Single or multiple areas.
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Ph: 0411 614 625 after 9am
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SINGLE OR MULTIPLE AREAS
Kambah, Oxley, Wanniassa
Banks, Bonython, Conder, Calwell,
Chisholm, Fadden, Monash, Macarthur,
Gowrie, Isabella Plains, Richardson
Ph: 0409 200 391 after 9am
Chifley, Farrer, Isaacs, Lyons, Mawson,
Pearce, Swinger Hill, Torrens
Ph: 0414 351 614 after 9am
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ACT CAR RECYCLERS
CASH FOR CARS
Ph 6296 6867
CASH FOR CARS
Great prices! Phone
Daniel 0439 525 727.
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Rock, Jazz, Blues, Metal
good prices paid.
PH 0402 338 609
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