Grants of up to $5000 are now available to assist local groups and organisations to conserve and share historical information and stories, and care for collections. Groups, organisations and professional individuals that have an interest in City of Charles Sturt history, including sporting clubs, religious organisations, cultural and special interest clubs are encouraged to apply. For further information or to apply visit the grants page on our website or contact Linda on 8408 1368. Applications close 28 February 2015.
At the Findon Community Centre, we are welcoming Autumn with three events. Join us for the Mess To Less Workshop: declutter your space, mind and home on Wednesday 4 March from 10.30am-12.30pm. Cost is $8 per person and includes light refreshment. Cool 4 Kids 5 years & under. Join Bella Butterfly, Percy Parrot and Tony from Cool 4 Kids as they take you on their Autumn leaves musical journey for kids 5 years and under on Wednesday 25 March at 10.30am. Adults are free, kids $5 (must be accompanied by an adult). Bookings are essential for both events, please phone 8408 1310. Lastly, enjoy a fabulous display of mosaic art work. See artists at work and learn about the techniques. Morning and afternoon tea available on Saturday 28 March from 10am-4pm with free entry.
The new Advance Care Directive is an important step forward in planning for your health care. This replaces the existing Enduring Power of Guardianship, Medical Power of Attorney and Anticipatory Direction with a single Advance Care Directive Form. Join us on Wednesday 11 March from 1-2.30pm or Monday 16 March from 6-7:30pm to learn more. Please bring a gold coin donation to the West Lakes Community Centre.
Who will make sure your assets are distributed the way you want? Who will manage your financial affairs when you can’t? Come along to our free Wills and Estates Presentation by the Public Trustees Office and have these questions and more answered. Bookings are essential at the West Lakes Community Centre on Wednesday 4 March from 1–2pm. For more information and to book, please contact reception on 8408 1144.
All the information you need to start, grow and manage your own small business in Australia all in one place! Join us on Tuesday 3 March from 9am–4pm at our Civic Centre. Everyone is welcome to this free event proudly hosted by the Inaugural SA Migrant Small Business Expo.
The Henley & Grange Community Centre is a vibrant and welcoming centre near the sea. We currently have available timeslots for use by groups in our front meeting room, hall and a smaller room too. Whether it’s a community group, activity or meeting we might have a spot for you and your group. Please contact Christine at email@example.com or on 8408 1296 to discuss opportunities. Check us out at http://www.charlessturt.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=451
We are seeking local artists who live, work or study in the Charles Sturt area to exhibit their work at Hindmarsh Library. Hindmarsh Library offers an architecturally designed space and beautiful use of natural light, making a perfect gallery to present your collection to the wider community. Exhibitions are held on a 2 monthly time frame. For more information to go our website or contact the Library Call Centre on 8408 1333.
Join us to see the Linda Rondstat Story, “Linda, our Fathers and Me” on March 13 at 2pm. Dolly Lee tells and sings the Linda Ronstadt story who became one of the most popular artists of the 70’ and 80’, and the many songs she introduced to the world like, ‘Just one look’, ‘Walk away Rene’’, ‘You’re no good’. All tickets are $16 at the door. Please call 8408 1111 to book.
Join us for the Fringe until 15 March and see theatre, dance, cabaret, comedy, music and arts! Charles Sturt is proud to host various Fringe productions throughout various locations within our City. To see what events are happening around the City of Charles Sturt check out our eBook Fringe Guide at http://mcp.charlessturt.sa.gov.au/emags/fringe/index.html