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BELCONNEN DAY VIEW CLUB
The next meeting of the Belconnen Day View
Club will feature guest speaker Dr Songfa Liu
discussing Chinese culture. Cost $27 for a
two-course lunch. Tuesday, November 10.
11.45am for a noon start. Raiders Club,
Hardwick Crescent, Holt. RSVP Thursday,
November 5. Ph: 6242 9549 or
CANBERRA FLOWER CLUB
The Canberra Flower Club's next
demonstration of the art of flower arranging is
open to new and current members and
visitors. Tuesday, November 10, from 9am.
Downer Community Centre, Frencham Place,
Downer. Ph: 6248 0518.
The next meeting of the Field Naturalists will
feature guest speaker Ian Fraser, discussing
the topic ''How Australian Birds got English
Names''. Join us for a fascinating evening. All
welcome. Thursday, November 5. From
7.30pm. Seminar Room, Gould Wing, Building
116, Daley Road, ANU. Ph: 6254 1763.
The annual Yarralumala Uniting Church garage
sale will feature bargains in books, toys,
furniture, bric-a-brac, collectables, pictures
and more. Morning tea and South African
specialities will be available. All proceeds to
Mission. Saturday, November 14. 9am-
12.30pm. Yarralumla Uniting Church, Denman
The Rotary Club of Ginninderra, in
collaboration with the Raiders Belconnen Club,
presents regular Lunchtime Melody concerts
on the second Wednesday of each month.
Each concert features local artists -- schools
and colleges, community choirs and
musicians from the ACT community. Money
raised will offset the costs of the performance
or go directly to support local institutions. Free
coffee and tea is available. Entry by gold coin
donation. Next concert Wednesday, November
10. 11.30am-12.30pm. Raiders Belconnen
Club, Hardwick Crescent, Holt.
Ph: 6254 1044.
CANBERRA SENIORS CHRISTMAS
Come along to the Canberra Seniors Centre
Christmas Fete and enjoy interesting
multicultural food, craft, cakes and jams,
books, plants, clothes, toys and games. It's a
great place to pick up special bargains for
Christmas. Funds raised will assist the centre
in running programs for seniors, including
exercise and dancing groups, computing,
social cards, arts and crafts, and languages,
all in a friendly environment. Saturday,
November 7. 9am-3pm. Canberra Seniors
Centre, 10 Watson Street, Turner.
Ph: 6248 9509.
Grow is a community support group for people
suffering from depression and anxiety. Grow
offers hope and friendly practical help in a
small-group setting. For more information
please contact ph: 6295 7791.
ORANA STEINER SCHOOL SPRING
Combining the charms and delights of a
country fair with the foods and flavours from a
number of different countries, this year's
Spring Fair has an international theme with
food and entertainment reflecting a range of
different cultures. Enjoy some of the great food
available at the Japanese Tea house, Aussie
BBQ, Italian Pizza, French Cafe
´ , American
baked potatoes stall and the German Cafe
Sunday, November 8, 11am-3pm. Unwin
Place, Weston. Ph: 6288 4283.
ST NINIAN'S FETE
Come down to the St Ninian's Fete for
Christmas cakes, cakes and cookies, Tongan
savoury and sweets, spring rolls and more. For
entertainment there will be Tongan children
traditional dance, Gospel Folk Choir and the
Canberra City Band trombone players.
Saturday, November 7, 9am-1pm. St Ninian's
Uniting Church, cnr Mouat & Brigalow Sts,
Lyneham. Ph: 6241 3759.
Italy comes alive for a day right here in
Canberra. Come and taste Italy through food
and drink, live musical entertainment, a raffle
with Italian prizes and much more. Proceeds
donated. Sunday, November 8, 11am-4pm.
Italian Embassy, 78 National Circuit, Deakin.
Ph: 6251 3458.
COMMUNITY LANGUAGE SCHOOLS
The Canberra community is invited to come
along and join in this day of celebration which
will include games, activities and some
schools will be cooking some of their
traditional foods for you to purchase. Saturday,
November 7, 2pm-6pm. University of Canberra
Refectory. For more information
contact: 6230 5191.
WALKING IN CANBERRA
Joining a regular walking program is a simple
and enjoyable way of life. During spring,
Walking for Pleasure conducts walks at:
9.30am on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. 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. For details
about the current program of walks, please
call: 1300 799 719
CANBERRA LAPIDARY CLUB
Come to the Canberra Lapidary Club's Spring
Gemcraft and Mineral Show. There will be a
wide range of stallholders selling jewellery,
crystals, minerals, gemstones, opals, fossils,
beads and lapidary supplies. $5 for adults, $2
for concessions. Saturday and Sunday, 10am-
5pm. Mallee Pavilion, EPIC. Ph: 6258 6631.
OMNIA ADVENTURERS AND SOCIAL
Omnia is a club for over 50s who are seeking
to build new, active lives and make new
friendships. Omnia members run regular
activities including walks, Friday night drinks,
trivia nights, movie nights and much more. For
more information please
TREEHOUSE ANNUAL GENERAL
Queanbeyan Children's Special Needs Group
Inc, a proud, home grown, not-for-profit
organisation is havingits Annual General
Meeting. Monday, November 9, 7.30pm-
8.30pm. 1 Lowe Street, Queanbeyan. For more
information visit treehouse.org.au or call
St Mary in the Valley Anglican Church is
hosting a community fair. The fair will feature
children's events, stalls selling everything from
toys to garage sale items and bric-a-brac.
Saturday, November 21, 9am-2pm. Corner of
Were Street and Webber Crescent, Calwell.
ANNUAL GOZZART STREET
Gungahlin college will host an art, design and
photo exhibition, film festival, fashion parade,
dance, live music, street theatre and twilight
dinner. Art students will sell their work at the
craft market. Tuesday, November 10, 4pm-
7.30pm. Twilight dinner from 5.30pm, $25 a
person. Bookings and payment at Front Office,
Gungahlin College by Wednesday, November 4.
Gungahlin College, 23 Gozzard Street,
Gungahlin. Ph: 6142 1000.
MAKING BUTTER WITH ARTISAN
Canberra's very own artisan cheese-maker,
¨rkan Yenic¸ eri, will teach the Canberra
community everything needed to get started
on making butter at home. This workshop will
be a demonstration and handouts will be
provided for participants to get started at
home. Tuesday, November 3, 6pm-8pm. Cost:
$20. Canberra Environment Centre, Cnr
Lennox Crossing and Lawson Crescent, Acton
Peninsula. Limited spaces available, RSVPs
CHARITY GARAGE SALE
Browse through a range of baby, kids, adult
and household items, all at affordable prices.
Plenty of new items every month, including
kids clothes from just $1.50, adult clothing
from $2.50, books for $2 or less, DVDs $2,
CDs $1, kitchenware, toys, bric-a-brac and
much, much more. All proceeds go towards
funding projects that promote sustainability
and self-reliance in poor communities.
Saturday, November 7, 7am-12pm. 5 O'Grady
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