The Findon Community Centre will be celebrating Veteran’s Health Week with a free Mini Health Expo for men and women of all ages on Tuesday 25 October from 10.30am-12.30pm. Visit stalls from local health service providers for pit-stop health check-ups and helpful information. Health is a family affair; ensure you stay fit, strong and healthy. There will be giveaways, and light refreshments will also be available. Call 8408 1310 for more information.
Celebrate the official opening of the Bowden Town Square with a plethora food, live music and entertainment for all ages on Saturday 29 October from 2-8pm. Home to Bowden Park and the new Plant 4, Bowden Town Square is located just off Park Terrace. Bring your friends, family and a picnic rug and celebrate the new heart of the Bowden community. Join the Bowden Town Square Facebook event for the latest info.
Join us at Main Street, Henley Beach (opposite Henley Square) on Saturday 29 October from 12-4pm as a rangoli is painted on the traffic island. Rangoli art originates from India, and is said to bring good luck to a place. To celebrate, local Main Street traders are hosting a painting party complete with a bouncy castle and art activities for the kids! See art in action and join in the fun at this free family event. Join the Art On Main Facebook event for the latest info.
Meet other local parents and learn the basics of baby massage in easy to follow, step-by-step demonstrations with a qualified Infant Massage Instructor in this four week workshop at the Findon Community Centre. Classes will be held from 9.30- 10.30am on Wednesday for four weeks, starting Wednesday 2 November. Total cost for the four sessions is $120. Please call the Centre on 8408 1310 for bookings or more information.
Enjoy a weekly get together at the Cheltenham Community Centre on Fridays between 11.30am- 3pm with a friendly group of people who play games, chat and maybe have a bite to eat! Games begin at 11.30am and lunch is available at 12pm. The cost is $3 per person for the program and an optional $14 for a three course lunch provided by the Maltese Aged Care Association of SA (MACASA). Everyone is welcome but if you’re having lunch you’ll need to book ahead – contact MACASA on 8241 0266. For more information, call Laurie on 8408 1390.
Enjoy the sounds of the 50s and 60s with Kate and Antonio Villano performing as Vogue Music on Wednesday 26 October from 10am-2pm at the Civic Centre. Children’s activities will include face painting and pet rock making from 11.30am-1pm. $5 entry includes a light lunch and children get in for free!
Tickets are available at our Community Centres and Libraries. For more information, call 8408 1111. Join the Every Generation Rock-tober Facebook event for the latest info.
The Fame Train gang presents a fun, interactive show and disco for all ages at 2pm on Saturday 22 October at the Woodville Town Hall. Come dressed in your best fancy dress, games to be played and prizes to be won. Tickets cost $10/kids, $14/adults (kids under 3 free) and are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 0426 630 003. Limited tickets will be available at the door. Don’t miss this spookariffic show for kids, hosted by kids!
The Hindmarsh Library will be hosting a free Still Life Drawing Workshop on Saturday 29 October from 1-3pm. When we draw, we take an opportunity to slow down and appreciate how the visual world works. Come along and join us for an introduction to still life drawing techniques. Materials provided. Spaces are limited and bookings are essential at http://bit.ly/eVents-csls or by calling 8408 1333.
Embrace your community and nominate someone who you believe makes the City of Charles Sturt a better place to live, either through an ongoing contribution or an outstanding effort during 2016. You can nominate in the categories of Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year. Click here to make your Charles Sturt Citizen of the Year nomination by Friday 25 November.
To mark national Asbestos Awareness Month 2016, Betty - The ADRI House is going on an epic 6000km tour around Australia to raise awareness about the dangers of asbestos. Betty will be at Bunnings Woodville on Friday 4 November from 10am-1.30pm, so drop in and learn all about asbestos in and around the home and how to manage it safely. For more information on Asbestos Awareness month, visit www.asbestosawareness.com.au