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celebrating a Barry Morgan Christmas.

Join us to celebrate Barry Morgan and his World of Organs! On Friday 5 December at 2pm at our Civic Centre. Barry’ll get you in the Moog! Barry has charmed his way in to Australian lounge rooms with his unforgettable performances on Spicks and Specks, Gordon Street Tonight and The Circle. Since then he’s played to sell-out audiences at the Sydney Comedy Festival, Melbourne Comedy Festival and Adelaide. Single tickets cost $20. Check out our website to book and for more details or phone 8408 1111.

offering conservation grants.

Our Heritage Conservation Program provides owners of Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items with support and financial assistance for conservation work to their buildings. The Program has also been expanded to assist owners of Regulated and /or Significant trees with maintenance pruning. Grant applications are now open for work to be completed by June 2015. For more information visit our website or contact Jim Gronthos on 8408 1265 or

accessing health information.

Find how to access reliable health information on the internet. Come along to our 90 minute session on how to use our health database Gale’s Health & Wellness Resource Centre to find health and wellness information and learn about the many other excellent health resources out there. The free sessions will be held at the Hindmarsh Library Hindmarsh on Wednesday 26 November at 10am,12pm and 3pm. To make a booking, contact our Library Call Centre on 8408 1333or book online at:

learning to search.

Learn advanced search techniques to help you search the Internet using Google’s new search algorithm, Hummingbird and other great Google features like Google Maps, Google Translate, Google News and much more! The Free 2 hour course will be held at the Hindmarsh Library on Saturday 29 November at 12:30pm and at the Henley Learning Room, on Friday 5 December at 10am & 2pm. To make a booking, contact our Library Call Centre on 8408 1333 or book online at:

exhibiting art @ Hindmarsh.

Join us to view “Natural Gatherings: Nature suspended in time” by Alli Symons. Alli’s love of collecting things from nature is an inspiration to all her artwork and is an abundant source of artistic design and intricate detail. This exhibition is a diverse collection of mixed media including stitch-work, thread and handmade paper pieces. On display at Hindmarsh Library from Tuesday 4 November until Tuesday 16 December. For further information contact the Library Call Centre on 8408 1333.

seeking poets & poems.

Enjoy a night of poetry with Charles Sturt local guest poets with an open mic session. Relax and listen to local poets or share your own poem with others. All poems that are shared are eligible for selection for ‘The Friendly Streets Poets Annual Anthology’. A delightful evening and a great opportunity for budding poets to share their literary talents. Light refreshments will be provided. Civic Library, Woodville on Friday 21 November 6.30-8pm. No bookings required. This is a free event and everyone is welcome. For more information go to or phone  84081333.

showcasing jewellery.

Sisters Michele & Candice with a life-long passion for jewellery are exhibiting their stunning jewellery collection. The range includes necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. Their exhibition showcases the decorative and imaginative designs which would make an excellent locally produced Christmas present for friends and family. Exhibition on display until Wednesday 31 December 2014, at West Lakes Library. For more information phone 8408 1333.

welcoming a new council.

The City of Charles Sturt has a new elected body following the recent Local Government Elections. Our City had a 31% voter representation, thank you all for voting. The new Charles Sturt Council is as follows:

Angela Keneally

Semaphore Park
Stuart Ghent and Barbara Wasylenko

Rachele Tullio and Tom Scheffler

Paul Sykes and George Turelli

Jassmine Wood and Robert Randall

West Woodville
Tolley Wasylenko and Kelly Thomas

Oanh Nguyen and Robert Grant

Paul Alexandrides and Alice Campbell

Edgar Agius and Michael Harley

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