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Keep fit and meet people

Community Care offers a variety of programs for people 65 and over. Programs are low cost as they are Commonwealth Home Support funded and are aimed at maintaining independence by maintaining and improving balance and fitness. The wellness program includes Paul Lam based Tai Chi which is also offered as a seated option, functional fitness workout and also chair based yoga and exercises. Eligibility criteria may apply. For further information please call 8408 1279 or 8408 1111.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Wed 22 May, 1-3pm | Findon Community Centre
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea (in the Afternoon!) Cost: $8 (includes Devonshire Tea & entertainment) Please wear a “Happy Hat”. Bookings are essential. Please call 8408 1310 to book.

National Simultaneous Storytime 2019

Wed 22 May, 10.30-11.15am | Civic Library
Every year a picture book is written and illustrated by an Australian author and read simultaneously around the country. Children aged 3-6 years are welcome to come along for a special storytime where we will read Alpacas with Maracas by Matt Cosgrove, and then sing songs and make crafts. No bookings necessary. For more information, please call 8408 1333.

Back to Basics - Photo Rescue

Thurs 30 May, 10-11.30am | Civic Library Digital Hub
Are you missing out on that opportune moment to take a photo because you have no space left on your phone or camera? Would you like to learn how to organise your photos on your digital or storage devices? Bring your own device and USB cord along to this free basic session. Bookings are essential so please call the Library Call Centre on 8408 1333 or book online at www.bit.ly/BTBMayPhotoRescue

Author Talk – Pardon My French: A Memoir

Wed 5 June, 6.30-7.30pm | Henley Beach Library
Meet local author Anne-Marie Smith, hear her talk about her migration to Australia from France via Zambia and Papua New Guinea and about five women who have impressed her throughout her life. Bookings are essential so please call the Library on 8408 133 or book online at www.bit.ly/CSPardonMyFrench 

Natty Knitting Nights

Every Thursday night, 5-7pm | Hindmarsh Library
Have you a hankering to learn how to knit, or just want to brush up on your skills for a good cause? Come along and join our Natty Knitting Group. They knit beanies, mittens, gloves, scarves and blankets and all knitting is donated to local charities such as Fred’s Van, Hutt Street Centre, CWA and Anglicare. No bookings are necessary. Call the Library Call Centre on 8408 1333 for more information.

Information Technology Asset Management Plan

We are now seeking feedback from the community on the draft Information Technology Asset Management Plan. The plan aims to demonstrate responsive management of IT assets which enable the delivery of services to the community and to outline the funding needed to provide the required levels of service. Your feedback will help us to improve the plan further, before presenting to Council for endorsement. You can view the draft plan online at www.bit.ly/ccsITplan. If you need more information, please contact Council’s Manager Information Services on 8408 1111 or email council@charlessturt.sa.gov.au. The consultation period will close on 7 June 2019.

Draft Findon Road, Kidman Park Mixed Use DPA

Council has released the draft Findon Road, Kidman Park (North) Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) (Privately Funded) for public consultation. The draft DPA proposes to extend the Mixed Use Zone to facilitate medium density residential uses and commercial opportunities. Visit www.yoursaycharlessturt.com.au to find out more and take part in the consultation process before 5pm, Thursday 23 May 2019, or contact Jim Gronthos on 8408 1265 or jgronthos@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Midcourse and Shoreline Reserve Dry Zone Consultation

We’re seeking community feedback to decide whether to apply to the Office of the Liquor Licensing and Gambling Commissioner for the creation of a new Dry Zone within Midcourse and Shoreline Reserve, West Lakes. Dry Zones ensure that public areas are preserved for family enjoyment and recreation, free from intimidation or disturbance from persons affected by alcohol. Visit www.yoursaycharlessturt.com.au to find out more and take part in the consultation process before 5pm, Tuesday 21 May 2019.

 

 

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