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HOPE BEYOND CURE
Dave McDonald is a pastor of the Stromlo
Christian Church and a Chaplain to the
Brumbies Super Rugby Team. In 2011, he was
diagnosed with cancer. He will talk about his
experience with cancer and hope. Bookings
essential. Saturday, November 1, 6.30pm.
Reformed Church of Canberra, 17 Rivett Place,
Rivett. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WODEN VIEW CLUB
Meet the ladies of the Woden View Club and
enjoy a two-course lunch. Guest speaker will
be Carol Haslam speaking on the history of
Woden. Activities support the Smith Family.
Tuesday, October 28. Canberra Southern
Cross Club, Woden. Ph: 6281 2022.
AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS ACT
The Red Cross is looking for people who are
willing to share some of their time and
interests with older people to provide
companionship and social interaction. The
ACT branch is particularly looking for people
who are available on weekdays during daytime
hours. Volunteers are carefully matched with a
person, according to their interests, times of
availability and location, personal preferences.
Must be over 18 years old.Ph: 6234 7634 or
PC USERS GROUP
The PC Users Group provides the opportunity
to discuss and resolve all sorts of computer
issues, with various groups offering
discussion of computer topics at various
levels. The group also offers training courses
from absolute beginners onwards.
Ph: 6287 2922 or visit: pcug.org.au/wp/.
ERINDALE SOCIAL AND CRAFT
This is a community group which meets for
craft and other activities or just drop in for a
cuppa and a chat. Morning tea and light lunch
provided. Children welcome. Thursdays,
10am--2pm. Cost $2. Erindale Neighbourhood
Centre, Corner Sternberg Crescent and Comrie
Street, Erindale. Ph: 6296 5997 or
As part of National Psychology Week, a free
community seminar will be held. November 12,
7pm. The Tuggeranong Community Centre. Ph:
LYNEHAM HIGH CLASS OF 1984
A reunion is being organised for the Class of
'84 on the weekend of the November 1, at
Lyneham High ACT.
Email: email@example.com or facebook
group: Lyneham High School - Class of 1984.
There is to be a reunion of the Leaving class of
1964 of Canberra Catholic Girls High, as it was
then known. It is to be a lunch at the China Tea
Club in North Lyneham. Ph 6247 8231 or
0417 041 148.
The Field Naturalists foster an interest in, an
awareness and an understanding of nature.
Our next speaker is Danswell Starrs on the
topic "Unravelling the mystery of freshwater
fish early life history". November 6, 7pm, The
Gould Wing Building, 116, Daley Road,
Australian National University.
Ph: 6254 1763.
DANCE WITH JANE INGALL
Explore and develop ideas using movement
and dance. Jane Ingall has trained in various
dance styles, and over the past 30 years has
focussed on movement, improvisation and
choreography. November 1, 10am-12.30pm.
Entry $2. Bookings required.
Ph: 0402 597 959.
SPIRIT AND PLACE -- LADY'S
Lady's Mantle, the Canberra-based women's
choir that performs a variety of music from the
medieval to the modern, is presenting a
concert of music evoking the spirits of places.
With a program of music from Hildegard von
Bingen, through Francis Poulenc to Ruth Lee
Martin. Tickets available at the door. Adults
$15, concession $10, children free. October
31, 7.30pm. St Philip's Church, Corner
Moorehouse and Macpherson Streets,
The Canberra Photographic Collectors Society
will hold its Spring Photographic Fiesta
(Photographic Market). There will be hundreds
of antique and collectable cameras, useable
film and digital cameras, photographic
equipment and books for sale. Buy, Sell,
Swap, Trade. Sunday November 2, 10.30am--
1.30pm. Canberra Irish Club, 6 Parkinson
Street, Weston. Ph: 0422 981 778 or
CANBERRA CITY EVENING VIEW
Spend an enjoyable evening with women who
are part of an organisation devoted to
friendship and community service. Guest
speaker will be Jo Wei who will talk about
coping with blindness and having a seeing eye
dog. $35 for two-course dinner. Wednesday ,
November 12, 6.30pm. Yowani Country Club,
Lyneham. Ph: 6254 2086 or
ST MATTHEW'S PRIMARY SCHOOL
Stalls include Matty's Toyland, Book Nook and
Treasure Trove. There will also be a Clothing
Emporium, Plants, Gift Baskets, Craft and
Matty's Sweets and Treats. Kids will be
entertained by the show rides, toilet flush and
photo booth. Matty's Gourmet Grill is the place
to eat and everyone will be a winner on the
Tombola Stand! Sunday, November 2, from
10am--2pm. Stutchbury Street, Page.
Ph: 0400 272 107.
CANBERRA SENIORS CENTRE
Canberra Seniors Centre is launching an
Appeal for Donations to our Christmas Fete,
Saturday, November 15. Books, garden items,
plants, household items, pre-loved clothes
and items for Trash and Treasure would be
greatly appreciated. Ph: 6248 9509.
NATIONAL SENIORS AUSTRALIA --
CANBERRA SOUTH BRANCH
The Canberra South Branch will hold its next
monthly meeting with guest speakers from
ACT Policing who will talk about Personal and
Home Safety. Those who are not NSA
members are most welcome to attend.
Wednesday, October 29, 10:30am. Weston
Creek Labor Club in Stirling. Further
information on National Seniors Australia is
available at nationalseniors.com.au.
The compassionate Friends ACT &
Queanbeyan offers support, friendship and
understanding to each other following the
death of a child of any age from any cause. The
group meets for social activities. First Tuesday
of the month, 7pm. The Grant Cameron
Community Centre, 27 Mulley Street, Holder.
Ph: 6286 6134 or 6290 2538.
CANBERRA COMPANIONS SOCIAL
New in town, or just looking for something to
do. Then why not join an active over 50s group
of men and women who enjoy activities such
as folk music, movies, restaurant dinners,
lunch in the surrounding country towns,
weekends away and more. Ph: 6241 5136 or
GIRL'S NIGHT IN TRIVIA
The Town Centre Tuggeranong Vikings Club is
hosting a Girl's Night In Trivia night to help
raise much needed funds for the ACT Cancer
Council. Get the girls together and come along
to have some fun with trivia, great prizes,
cocktails and food and support this great
cause at the same time! October 29, 6.30pm.
Vikings Club Tuggeranong Town Centre.
Ph: 6208 6300.
RSPCA ACT PET EXPO
Get excited and bring your pet along to RSPCA
ACT's Pet Expo. Animal rescue groups, pet
merchandise, dog treats of all sorts, pet
minders and walkers, mobile pet groomers,
portable cat enclosures, information stalls
and more. November 1, 10am--3pm. RSPCA
ACT, 12 Kirkpatrick Street, Weston Creek.
Ph: 6287 8100.
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