THE A TEAM PLAYDOUGH FUN
The A Team is a social group promoting engagement in fun, sensory and skill based activities for children with autism in grades 1-7 and supervised by an early childhood teacher. Play Dough Fun will be held at Glandore Community Centre, 25 Naldera Street, Glandore, on Thursday 27th February, from 4.45pm-6.15pm. Slime fun and games. For more details, ring the centre on 7420 6400.
THE COROMANDEL COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Coromandel Community Centre, 442B Main Road Coromandel Valley, will be having a free community event on Friday 28th February, featuring Movie In The Park. There will be family fun activities from 6pm, and the movie from sunset. Live music will commence from 6.30pm. A sausage sizzle will also be provided, with drinks available for purchase. You can BYO bean bags, rugs and snacks for the movie. Donations collected at the event will go to the Coromandel Valley CFS. For more information, phone 8370 6880.
PROPOSED NEW UNLEY LIONS CLUB
If you are interested in helping people in your community and you like to belong with like minded people and have fun, come along to an Information Morning and hear how a Lions Club can service your community. It's to be held at 10.30am on Saturday 29th February at Living Choices Retirement Village Cafe, 123 Fisher Street, Fullarton. Morning tea will be available. For further information, contact Jennifer on 0417 433 270.
LEGENDS ROCK AND ROLL CLUB
Legends Rock and Roll Club presents The Beavers, with special guest Geir, and DJ Ron. It's on Saturday night 29th February with a Leap Year Dance Theme, at the Slovenian Hall, LaSalle Street, Dudley Park. Doors open at 7.00pm, BYO nibbles, bar facilities are available. For table bookings, call Ann on 0458 095 746.
MITCHAM CITY BRASS
The Mitcham City Brass will be hosting a Bushfire Relief Concert on Saturday 29th February at 7.30pm. It will be held at the Vogue Theatre, 25 Belair Road Kingswood. The program will feature a variety of audience favourites such as musicals, classics, the 60s, Michael Jackson, Neil Diamond, Coldplay, Gershwin, Sinatra and Buble, just to name a few. There is an admission charge, but all CFS Volunteers and children under 13 will be admitted free. There will be a Giant Raffle, and Supper is available. All proceeds will go to the Kangaroo Island Mayoral Relief and Recovery Bushfire Fund. For any enquiries, phone or SMS to 0419 032 312 or www.mitchamcitybrass.org.
CANCER COUNCIL SA
The Adelaide Central Relay For Life is the largest relay event in the state. Celebrating its 20th year, the event brings together teams of all ages, to relay towards a cancer free future. A community fundraising challenge, held over 19 hours, the relay sees teams raise money in the lead up to an overnight event, where participants take turns walking around a track to signify that cancer never rests, so neither do we. Last year, the Adelaide community raised over $165,000 to support South Australians impacted by cancer, taking the total fund raising from the Adelaide Central Relay For Life to more than $4 million. The event will be on Saturday 29th February to Sunday 1st March, at the Adelaide Showgrounds. For more information and to register to be a part of the 20th anniversary celebrations, visit relayforlife.com.au and search for Adelaide Central.
CRYSTAL BROOK AND DISTRICTS 2020 REUNION
The annual reunion of past and present residents of Crystal Brook and Districts will be held in the Crystal Brook Institute on Monday 2nd March. A tour of the local hospital will commence at 10.00am, and the Institute will be open for registrations and fellowship from 10.30am. A meeting will commence at 1.30pm, and the function will close at 4.00pm. Lunch will be available, and afternoon tea will be provided. For more information about a day of reminiscing, and to advise of attendees for catering purposes, please contact Kevin Goulter on 0407 793 109 or Kevin Kirk on 0407 604 108.
ADELAIDE ROCK AND ROLL CLUB
Come to The Adelaide Rock and Roll Club Night on Tuesday 3rd March at the Anzano Club, 2 Chief Street Hindmarsh, featuring Cool Rockin Daddy. Doors open at 7pm and the band begins at 7.30pm. This will be a fantastic night, so come and dance the night away. No BYO drinks, as bar facilities are available, but BYO nibbles. Keep Rockin', Boppin', Hands a Clappin' and Feet a Tappin'. Club nights are the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. For tickets and more information, call Barb on 0409 775 060 or Email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNITY AND LEADERSHIP
The City of Marion will be once again be running the Community Leadership Program in 2020. You will learn leadership skills and gain confidence to work on and implement a community project, through a series of interactive workshops, working with Council Staff and various community leaders. There is a requirement that participants commit to 14 sessions, commencing on Thursday 5th March and concluding on Monday 29th June, 2020. This course is funded by the City of Marion and it is free to participate. All that is required is your commitment to complete the program. For more details please visit: www.marion.sa.gov.au/services-we-offer/community-leadership-program
EXPLORE VEGAN COOKING
Immerse yourself into the exciting new world of vegan and raw food cuisine. The Glandore Community Centre, 25 Naldera Street, Glandore, has a 4 week course, commencing on Thursday 5th March, from 11.30am-1pm. Learn the principles of cooking, that explore the vegan way of eating. Master different dishes each week, from breakfast through to dinner, snacks, salads and sweets. For further details, contact Glandore Community Centre on 7420 6400.
Salisbury Uniting Church is holding their Pancake Day on Friday 6th March, between 9.00am and 12 noon. The Uniting Church is located at 59-61 Park Terrace, Salisbury. Pancakes will be at a small cost, with all proceeds going towards Uniting Care. You can have a variety of toppings, and of course tea and coffee. For further information, contact Hanne Konrad on 8252 0621 or 0424 760 433.
GALLERY M EXHIBITIONS
There will be 2 Art Exhibitions at Gallery M, located at 287 Oaklands Road, Oaklands Park from 14th February to 8th March. The first exhibit Collaboration is abstract and collaborative textiles by Val Giles and Prue Wheal. The second exhibit, Images of Bush contemporary landscapes is by Mark Herburt. For more information, phone Gallery M on 8377 2904.
SOUTHERN COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB INC
On Sunday 8th March, the Southern Country Music Club presents lively country music, backed by the Heartland Band, at the Clovelly Park Community Centre, 16 York Avenue, Clovelly Park. Entertainment will be from 12.30pm-5pm. There will a BBQ, sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee. Bar facilities are available at a low cost and there will be raffles with great prizes. Please show your membership at the door and for more information, phone Sandy on 8294 3912 or 0408 891 512.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BUSHFIRE APPEAL ROCK AND ROLL
The Adelaide Rock and Roll Club will be hosting a Rock and Roll Dance to support the South Australian Bushfire Appeal, on Monday 9th March, the Adelaide Cup Holiday Monday, at the British Workingmen's Club, located at 11/9-15 Davis Street, Wingfield, from 1pm-6pm. No BYO Drinks, but you may bring your own nibbles. Go along, take some friends and enjoy an entertaining day at the event. All proceeds on the day will be donated to Vinnie's SA Bushfire Appeal. For bookings contact Barbara on 0409 775 060 or John on 0450 403 779.
GLANDORE COMMUNITY CENTRE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
The Glandore Community Centre located at 25 Naldera Street, Glandore will be introducing a 5 week Watercolour Course starting on 31st January from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Would you like to try your hand at wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry or get a little more adventurous with special effects such as ink and wash, and using a pen. If you have previously completed a watercolour course, this could give you an opportunity to further enhance and improve your skills. For more information on costs and booking, please phone 7420 6400.
On Sunday 15th March, Club Cool will be held at the Governor Hindmarsh, 59 Port Road, Hindmarsh from 11.00am to 2.30pm. Club Cool is a socially inclusive event for people with disabilities and their family and friends. Dance to the sounds of the 70s and 80s, with some live bands amid the great atmosphere of The Gov. Entry requires a gold coin donation and there are great door prizes. For more details ring 0408 848 649 or follow their Facebook Page: Clubcool at the Gov. Email: email@example.com
FRINGE ART EXHIBIT AT THE BAY
Visit the Fringe Art Exhibit at the Bay, aptly named Faces and Places. This art exhibition, a part of the 2020 Adelaide Fringe Visual Arts Program, features more than 25 pieces from visual artists Josh Miels and Donovan Christie and fellow SA film-maker, Henry Thong. Bodly painted portraits and iconic South Australian places, from the local fish and chip shop, video rental store and Pizza Hut are featured as is a documentary web series, Makers Who Inspire. The works can be viewed in the Bay Discovery Centre's Ground Floor Gallery at the Glenelg Town Hall from 14th February until 22nd March. Admission is free. To find out more, visit http://bit.ly/Faces-and Places
TOOL BOX PARENTING GROUP
The Tween and Teen Years can be challenging, but can also be some of the best years of their lives. Over 6 weeks, Toolbox aims to help you feel inspired, see the possibilities of a great future for your teen, while grasping the concepts and practices of being a Parent Coach. Over the 6 weeks, topics covered include love, parent styles, stronger, deeper, closer, heart-led parenting, discipline without shouting and putting it all together. On Thursday 20th February-26th March from 10.30am-12.30pm, the sessions will be held at The Parks Library, Community Room 1, 46 Trafford Street, Angle Park. Cost is free, a creche is available and refreshments provided. Bookings are essential, please phone 8405 6550 or visit cityofpae.evanced.info/signup
REYNELLA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
English Language and Literacy Support Sessions will be held at Reynella Neighbourhood, located at 164-170 Old South Road, Reynella every Wednesday during School Term only.The Morning Session, from 10am-12noon, will concentrate on English Language: grammar, vocabulary and spelling. The Afternoon Session, from 12.30pm-2.30pm, will concentrate on assistance with forms, basic computing, email, internet, numeracy skills and job seeking support. The sessions will be held in small groups. For more information on costs and booking, please phone 8322 3591.
REYNELLA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
The Reynella Neighbourhood Centre. located at 164-170 Old South Road, Old Reynella is running a Kaleidoscope Coffee and Colour Workshop, during School Term only at 10.30am-12noon. Children are welcome, under parental supervision. They will have access to toys and the garden, and all materials will be provided. There will be a Gold Coin contribution. Phone 8322 3591.
GALLERY M EXHIBITIONS
There will be 2 Art Exhibitions at Gallery M, located at 287 Oaklands Road Oaklands Park from 13th March to 5th April. The first exhibit What I Value is a diverse range of artwork from clients and staff of Community Living Options, a Disability Mental Support provider. The second exhibit Three Friends, One Passion is a traditional contemporary and abstract artwork by Pene Bilsborough, Gillian Keelan and Susan Jenkins. For more information, phone Gaallery M on 8377 2904.
STATE LIBRARY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
A new exhibition WITHOUT CONSENT, AUSTRALIA'S PAST ADOPTION PRACTICES is opening at the State Library of South Australia on Friday 7th February. This moving exhibition, curated by the National Archives of Australia brings to light a previously hidden aspect of Australia's past. It has offered those affected by forced adoptions the opportunity to share their experiences, some for the first time ever. Stories of the past have a role in shaping who we are as a society today. History isn't always pleasant, but it's important to share what has happened and learn from it. Exhibition details are, from the 7th February to 26th April, open daily except public holidays, it's at the State Library Gallery corner North Terrace and Kintore Avenue. Entry is free.
MARION LADIES VIEW CLUB
The Marion Ladies View Club meets for lunch every third Friday of the month from 11am to 2pm at the Tonsley Hotel, 1274 South Road, Clovelly Park. This is a temporary arrangement until such time the Marion Road renovations are completed. From time to time, guest speakers are invited with interesting topics to discuss. These ladies are a friendly group who are always looking for new members. If you have a spare day in your weekly diary, why not pop along and check it out. VIEW stands for Voice, Interests and Education of Women and is a fundraising arm of the Smith Family, that helps disadvantaged Australian children. For more information, phone Yvette on 0417 887 194.
TEA TREE GULLY UNITING CHURCH
On the first Saturday of each month, commencing on the 1st June, 2019, the Tea Tree Gully Uniting Church will hold the Banksia Markets at 600 Milne Road, Banksia Park between 8am-1pm. Stalls will be inside the hall and in the car park. There will also be a BBQ and Devonshire Teas available. For more information re booking and costs of stall sites, please ring 0448 468 542 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook: Banksia Markets. The markets will not be held during the month of January.
COOINDA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE TUESDAY
Cooinda Neighbourhood Centre located at 245 Sturt Road, Sturt will be holding a delicious and casual BBQ dinner each Tuesday evening from 6pm. Why not make the most of these extra hours of daylight saving, and the warmer weather, to drop in. Bring a friend along with you, or make new ones. Bookings are essential. Please phone 8375 6703 for further information regarding costs etc.
REYNELLA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
Let's Do Breakfast. A social breakfast for everyone will be cooked by Chef Anita and Volunteers at the Reynella Neighbourhood Centre, located at 164 - 170 Old South Road, Reynella. On the 13th February, breakfast starts at 9 am, to 10.30 am. There's a free door prize. Further breakfast dates for the diary are 23rd April, and 25th June. Payment is to be made on booking, please phone 8322 3591.
BLACKWOOD CRAFT MARKET
Blackwood Craft Markets, Memorial Hall, Coromandel Parade, Blackwood, are held on the first Sunday of every month from 10am-3pm. Everyone is welcome, for staff enquiries please phone 0427 410 917.
SOUTH BRIGHTON NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
The South Brighton Neighbourhood Watch meet in the Aciivity Centre, St Joseph's Church, Strathmore Terrace, South Brighton at 7.30pm on every second Wednesday of the month. Everyone is welcome. For all enquiries, please contact John on 0419 829 241.
LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL
If you have spectacles that you no longer use, the Lions Club will collect them for those in need in the Third World. Coast FM, 25 Naldera Street, Glandore has a box ready for you to donate used glasses. Feel free to leave your spectacles in our office between the hours of 9am-4pm, Monday to Thursday and between 9am-2pm on Friday.
BREKKY FOR BLOKES
There will beBrekky For Blokes, offered for men in the community who would like to join in for a friendly and delicious breakfast, on the 2nd and 4th Friday morning every month at 9am. The breakfasts will be held at Side Gate Cafe, in the Marion Church of Christ Building, at Alawoona Avenue, Mitchell Park. Generally 25-30 men from the local community attend and there is room for more. All will be welcomed and no booking is required. For more details ring MarionLife Community Services on 8277 0304.
TROTT PARK AND COOINDA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
The Trott Park and Cooinda Neighbour Centre are inviting people to learn Italian: Italian Conversation for fun, socialising and travel. The sessions at Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre, 34 Hessing Crescent, Trott Park, will be on Thursdays, commencing on 7th February, from 1pm-2.30pm, and for bookings phone 8387 2074. The sessions at Cooinda Neighbourhood Centre, 245 Sturt Road, Sturt will be on Tuesdays, commencing 5th February, from 12.30pm-2pm. For bookings phone 8375 6703.
ALDINGA SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB
The Aldinga Senior Citizens Club, situated at Valiant Road Corner with Quinliven Road, Aldinga, is inviting people to join in their activities. On Monday there will be Bridge, from 11am-3pm, on Wednesday there will be Pool from 11am-12.30 and inddor Bowls from 1pm-3pm. On Friday there will be Bingo from 7.15pm-10pm. The Bingo sessions are open to non-members. For more detail, contact Richard on 0439 029 641.
TEA TREE GULLY RSL
Come along to the Tea Tree Gully RSL on Memorial Drive, Tea Tree Gully to enjoy Live Jazz, Swing and much more on the first Sunday of each month from 2pm-5pm. Meals are provided from 1pm-3pm. For bookings please contact Anne or Colin on 8396 1112.
THE 50+ ACTIVITY CLUB
The 50+ Activity Club is looking for people over 46 years to join them on Fridays from 10am-3pm at The Hill Recreation Centre, Candy Road, O'Halloran Hill. Activities include table tennis, card and board games, indoor bowls, line dancing with the occasional BBQ and outings. There will also be a choir there. If you are looking for a new interest and want to meet new friends, why not pop along and give it a go. It could be fun and the first two weeks are free. For more details, please contact Linda on 8387 2742.
COMMUNITY GARDEN GLANDORE
On Saturdays and Tuesdays, at the Glandore Community Centre, 25 Naldera Street, Glandore, Cafe 25 will be selling assorted tomato seedlings as a fundraiser, from 9am-12midday. There will be other seedlings available at the Glandore Office Reception, including strawberries, chillies, capsicum and more. For more information ring the Glandore Community Centre on 7420 6400.
BREAD TAGS FOR WHEELCHAIRS
If you have any Bread Tags, Breadtags for Wheelchairs, has been recycling bread tags in South Africa since 2006, and they currently collect 500kg/month, which funds 2-3 wheelchairs. They are now collecting in Australia. Save your bread tags and drop them off at one of the collection points. You may ask family, friends, schools, and local cafes to help. You may contact them for signage, finding your local collection point, or host a collection point. For more information go to: breadtagsforwheelchairs.com.za
A support group, Caring Friends, is inviting adults, who have experienced loss or loneliness, to their friendly environment, sharing morning tea, activities, entertainment, and a fun bus trip. Meetings are held at the Institute Hall, 53 West Parkway, Colonel Light, at 10am every Friday. For more information, phone Lyn on 8179 5697 or Marion 8276 5485.
HALLETT COVE SENIORS
Join the Hallett Cove Seniors each Wednesday from 10am at Historic Perry Barr Farm, Quailo Avenue, Hallett Cove, off Barramundi Drive. Enjoy games, excursions, dining and much more. Morning tea will be provided. For enquiries ring Ray on 0448 780 641.
PROBUS CLUB OF BLACKWOOD
If you are retired, semi-retired and looking for a social gathering, join the Probus Club of Blackwood that meets the first Thursday of every month. The informal and friendly get together meets at the rear of the Masonic Lodge, on Main Road, Blackwood, at 9.30am. Events during the year, include a picnic, mid-year lunches and a feast for Christmas. Wives and partners are invited. For more details, phone Norm Johnson on 8178 2653.
MITCHELL PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
Come along to Wacky Wednesday at Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre, 1 Cumbria Court, Mitchell Park, every Wednesday from 11am-2.30pm. You can join in a fun loving group of seniors, who meet weekly for lunch, and a range of activities including guest speakers, theme days and outings. For bookings phone Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre, on 8375 6804.
TREES FOR LIFE
The Trees for Life group would like you to grow seedlings. Growing native seedlings can be a rewarding and practical way to help South Australia's environment. Trees for Life will provide everything you will need to successfully grow seedlimgs, and offer free training workshops for new growers. All you need is time, a little water, space, sun and lots of care. Volunteer grower registrations close on 9th September. For more details ring, Trees For Life on 8406 0500 or email: email@example.com
SEATON PARK RSL
If friendly games interest you, then head over to the Seaton Park RSL, Tapleys Hill Road, Seaton on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at 7pm. The car park entrance is at the rear of the RSL. For more details on joing this very friendly group of card players, please phone Judy on 8356 8740
LIONS BARGAIN CENTRE
The Lions Bargain Centre located at 6 Tweeddale Avenue, South Brighton is open for business on Sundays and Thursdays from 10am-1pm. There are many items of all descriptions for sale such as furniture, electrical goods, bric-a-brac, tools, books, golf balls and tennis balls. If it is a bargain you are looking for, and have a morning to spare, pop along to the Lions Bargain Shed, and have a browse.
ENFIELD FRIENDSHIP CLUB
The Enfield Friendship Club is always looking for members and volunteers. Meetings are held every second Friday from 11am-2.30pm at the Clearview Community Hall, 11 Clearview Crescent, Clearview. What a great opportunity to meet new people and enjoy the many organised club activities for games, music and outings. For more details please phone Garry on 0424 987 009.
LIONS CLUB OF NOARLUNGA MORPHETT VALE
The Lions Club of Noarlunga, Morphett Vale conducts Garage Sales on the third Saturday of every month. These sales are always held at the Lions Shed, situated at the corner of Brian and Lindsay Roads, Lonsdale from 9am-12noon. There are a variety of items to buy, such as, furniture, kitchen items, household goods, books, tools and lots more at cheap prices. For more details ring Petra on 8358 1393 or mobile 0438 816 067
HOBBY ELECTRONICS GROUP
The Reynella Neighbourhood Centre has a Hobby Electronics Group that meets every Tuesday, 1pm-3pm, 164-170 Old South Road, Old Reynella. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or have some experience, there's always something new to learn. There are kits available, including soil moisture probes, mosquito repellent, a digital combination lock and a swimming pool gate alarm. For further information, please phone 8322 3591.
ADELAIDE ROCK AND ROLL CLUB NIGHT
The Adelaide Rock and Roll Club presents Club Night every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Doors open 7pm-10.30pm. BYO Nibbles and Bar Facilities are available. Visitors are always welcome, as are new members. For details re ticket costs please phone 0409 775 060 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ROSTRUM CLUB 26
Rostrum Club 26 offers a relaxed, friendly environment to learn and to practise communication and presentation skills. Learn about tools to better manage a meeting and opportunities to become more self confident, a better leader, as well as to improve your career. Come along to the next Rostrum Club 26 meeting for FREE. All new visitors are welcome and joining the club is so easy. When you join you receive a Speaking Kit for free. For further information contact the Membership Manager, Bob, on 0401 107 287 or email email@example.com. Also check out the Website: www.rostrum.com.au/sa/clubs/club-26
HALLETT OVER 50s TRAVEL AND SOCIAL CLUB
If you like to travel and meet new people in a friendly environment, the Hallett Cove over 50's Travel and Social Club, meet up at the Lutheran Church, 20 Ragamuffin Drive, Hallett Cove, on the 1st Friday of every month. The club opens at 1pm for a 1.30pm start. There will live musical entertainment with afternoon tea, coffee, pies, pizza, sandwiches, delicious homemade cakes, door prizes, raffle, sales table, coach trips, social outings and old time Cinema visit. Everyone is welcome. For more details phone Angela on 0434 198 669.
HEALING CRYSTALS: TROTT PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
Learn how crystals can help you live a happier life. The Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre, 34 Hessing Crescent, Trott Park, is offering a program to help you experience your own healing journey, every Wednesday from 11am-12.30pm. Come and join Victoria and learn how to choose your personal crystal, cleanse, clear and change them. You will be able to sense the energy of crystals and use them to heal. You will also learn how chakras, colours and gemstones work together. No experience is needed and crystals are provided if you do not have your own. For more details ring 8375 6707.
LIFE WITHOUT BARRIERS
Life Without Barriers seek compassionate and nurturing people to provide a permanent home to a foster child. You may be single, a couple, a same sex couple, defacto, a renter with or without your own children. As long as you are over 25 years of age and interested to change a child's life, people within this group would be interested to have a chat with you. You will not be alone, and you will be provided with training and 24/7 support. If you would like more information on this opportunity, please phone Deborah on 8415 6900.
NEW SUNDAY MARKET AT HENLEY BEACH
On Sunday 4th June a brand new Sunday Market at Mitton Road, Henley Beach, from 9am-2pm, and will be held on the first and third Sunday of every month. It is called the Henley Beach Artisan Market, and there will be a huge selection of things happening, from arts, crafts, foods, fruit and veg, retro and collectibles. Car booters are also invited to sell their wares at the site. There will be entertainment, bands, dancers, buskers and classic car clubs. This event will offer a new experience at every visit. Go to the Facebook Page at: Henley Beach Artisan Market.
GREEN GYM CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS AUSTRALIA
Green Gym is a fun and free outdoor program that is designed to suit varying fitness levels and abilities. After a gentle warm up, your experienced CVA Team Leader will guide through some practical conservation activities, while you enjoy the fresh air and the company of like-minded people. Learn new skills, boost your strength and fitness, enjoy some time in nature, make new friends and connections and volunteer to help your community and the environment. Join us weekly on Wednesday or Thursday, from 2nd August 2017. Morning sessions are from 10am-1pm or afternoon sessions 1.30pm-4.30pm. It will be held at Adelaide City Park Lands, Wirraninthi, Park 23. Anyone between the age of 50-80 is welcome to join. Bookings are essential. Ring 8352 4111 or check firstname.lastname@example.org
IRISH CLUB BUSH DANCE
There will be a Bush Dance held at the Irish Club from 8pm, and thereafter every third Saturday of the month. BYO Supper to share, and full bar facilities are available. The Irish Club is located at 13-15 Carrington Street, City. All are welcome. For further details ring Allan on 8293 3686 or email: email@example.com
ST JOHN VOLUNTEER SERVICES
Be the difference to someone in need by volunteering with St John SA. St John Volunteers come from all walks of life. There are youth members, students and professionals from a variety of industries, including health care workers. While people join for different reasons, there is one thing in common: a passion for helping others. If you are ready to Step Up please contact St John SA Volunteer Services on 8306 6936 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org au
PROBUS CLUB OF NOARLUNGA
If you are retired or semi-retired, and would like to be involved in an enjoyable and easy activity, the Probus Club of Noarlunga, at Rotary Hall on the corner of Clovelly Avenue and Brixton Street, Christies Beach, meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 10am. Join a group of like minded blokes in a friendly environment, with interesting speakers, trips and visits. Members' wives or partners are also welcome to hear the speakers and come to BBQs and outings. For more information phone President John on 8382 4784.
CHRISTIES BEACH BOWLING CLUB
The Christies Beach Bowling Club has Night Bowls each Friday, starting at 7pm, with registration from 6.30pm. The Bowling Session includes two hours of bowling, use of club bowls, supper, prizes and full bar facilities. For more details go to: christiesbeachbowlingclub.com.au
MITCHELL PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
Blokes Time Out! How many blokes have some free time and would like to meet and chat with other retired men in your area? If so, why not pop along to Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre, at 1 Cumbria Court, Mitchell Park, each Thursday from 9.30am to 12 noon. Share stories, make new friends and enjoy a BBQ Brunch. Bookings essential. For further information ring 8375 6804
Blackwood Craft Market
The Blackwood Craft Market is held on the first Sunday of every month at Memorial Hall Coromandel Parade, Blackwood from 10am - 3pm. Admission is free. The market days begin on Sunday 5th February, 2017. New stall enquiries to Kerrie on 0427 410 917.
Para Singles Social Club
Are you looking to meet new people, do you enjoy a night out and do you enjoy dancing? If so, come on down to Para Singles Social Club every Tuesday night from 7.30pm-10.30pm at the Dutch Club, 21 Greenfields Drive, Greenfields. Please bring a plate of supper to share. The Club has live music, theme nights, bus trips and pizza nights that are always a lot of fun. For information on ticket prices please phone 8250 6158.
Aldinga Bay Bowling Club
Come and try bowling at Aldinga Bay Bowling Club. All interested men, women, and young folk are invited and encouraged to visit our small, friendly and licenced club, situated in the Sports Complex at Port Road, Aldinga. New players are offered introductory coaching and complimentary bowls are available to use for practice. First class bowling greens are available and the club is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 1pm, with many social and competitive bowling activities on offer for active bowlers, as well as learners. For more information ring 8557 7467 or 0409 582 489.
GLANDORE COMMUNITY CENTRE: CON TE PROGRAM
The Glandore Community Centre at 25 Naldera Street, Glandore, combined with the City of Marion and Bene Aged Care, is offering a service for the Italian Community living in Marion. The Con Te Program offers a range of activities and social interaction, to assist elderly Italians with their independence at home. The program is weekly each Wednesday, from 11am-3pm at the Glandore Community Centre. This is a chance to meet, enjoy the company of new friends and eat a meal, in a friendly and welcoming environment. For bookings ring 8424 6000.
LIONS AUSTRALIA UPDATED
The Lions Club of Edwardstown is currently providing toiletry care packs to those Sleeping Rough in our community, and need help collecting items. Travel sized items are ideal eg tooth paste, shampoo, conditioner, soap, razor, tissues, comb and deodorant. It is a great opportunity to clean out the bathroom cupboard and donate to those in need. Items must be unopened. Items can be dropped off to the Station or you can phone 8374 4539.
The Fleurieu Harmony Chorus is a non-profit group of mostly retired gentlemen, who love singing a four part harmony in the barbershop style. This group entertains at community venues, retirement villages, nursing homes and undertakes fund raising at various markets and public events. New members are welcomed. Meetings are held every Friday at 9.15 am at the Lifecare Community Hall, Pridham Boulevard, Aldinga Beach opposite the shopping centre. For further information look at their website at www.fleurieuharmony.org or contact Ron on 5557 7271. For bookings ring Gordon on 8552 2905
Para Singles Social Club
If you are looking to meet new people and have a fun night then come along to the Para Singles Social Club in the Para Hills Library Building on Wilkinson Road at Para Hills every Tuesday night from 7.30pm to 11.00pm. Please bring along a plate of supper to share. There are also theme nights, bus trips and pizza nights that are a lot of fun.
Hallett Cove Over 50s
The Hallett Cove Over 50s Travel and Social Club will be holding an afternoon of entertainment on the 1st Friday of every month except January. The club starts at 1.30pm but would like it if you got there for 1.00pm. Every month entertainment will be by guest artists and groups, followed by afternoon tea. What a great opportunity to meet new friends. For more information contact Jim on 0457 236 340 or Margaret on 8387 0352.
WEIGHT WATCHERS CLUB CHRISTIE DOWNS
Lose weight, maintain a healthy lifestyle and achieve your goals by joining the Weight Watchers Club. Meetings are held on Friday at 10.15am at the corner of Peregrine and Flaxmill Roads, Christie Downs. New members are more than welcome. For more information phone 8384 4482 or 0402 425 944.
HAHNDORF INTERIM ANIMAL SHELTER
The Hahndorf Interim Animal Shelter is urgently seeking donations for good quality dog and cat food. The Shelter is run by wonderful volunteers who are caring for approximately 30 dogs and 60 cats: we would love to find homes for these beautiful animals. The Shelter is located at 60 Martin Road, Hahndorf. If you can help with cat or dog food or donations, please phone 8388 7514. The shelter very much appreciates your assistance.
SA WEIGHT WATCHERS ASSOCIATION
South Australian Weight Watchers Association meetings are held at Sparrow Hall 13th Avenue, Woodville North every Wednesday at 8.30am. It is a meet and greet, plus weigh-in done behind a privacy screen followed by the meeting. Guest speakers are occasionally invited for a discussion on a variety of topics. This association has a friendly, supportive group ranging in age from mid 20s to over 70. Guest speakers are occasionally invited.
TECHNICAL AID TO THE DISABLED SA INC
Do you struggle with day to day activities due to a disability or ageing? Technical Aid to the Disabled is a state-wide charity which utilises the skills, time and facility of technical volunteers to design, build or modify equipment that is not readily available for people with disabilities. If you think we can help or you need more information ring 8261 2922 or visit the website www.tadsa.org.au
REYNELLA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE: EZYDANCE LESSONS
Learn to Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Salsa, Rumba, Rock and Roll, Swing and Cha-Cha and no partner is required. The venue is The Reynella Neighbourhood Centre, 164-170 Old South Road, Old Reynella each Friday from 7.30-9.30pm. For further enquiries and costs please phone 8322 3591. Email email@example.com
STAMPS FOR CHARITY
Do you have any used postage stamps? The Church of Christ in Nairne, SA is collecting used postage stamps to raise funds for overseas aid. At present they are raising money to build homes in New Hebrides and would really appreciate as many stamps as possible to be sent to them. Send your used stamps to Heather, PO Box 39, Nairne, SA, 5252.
COOINDA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
Come to Cooinda Neighbourhood Centre for monthly lunch with friends, good company, guest speakers and theme days. Bookings are essential, phone 8375 6703 to enquire re costs.
PLYMPTON GLENELG RSL
On the first Sunday of each month the Groove Brothers and Soul Sister will be performing a mix of classic rock, pop and soul at the Plympton Glenelg RSL, 464 Marion Road, Plymptom Park. Lunch will be available from 12.30pm and full bar facilities are also available. Music starts at 1pm and there will be raffles and door prizes. Come along and enjoy the day. Further information from Leah at the club on 8279 4079
TEA TREE GULLY RSL
Come to the RSL on Memorial Drive, Tea Tree Gully and enjoy Live Jazz, Swing and more, maybe even Cut a Rug on the Dance Floor. It will begin on Sunday 1st October and will be on the first Sunday of every month starting at 2pm-5pm with meals from 1pm-3pm. It will be best to book a seat, so contact Anne or Colin 8396 1112.
The Friendship Cafe
If you would like to un-wind and relax in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere, the Friendship Cafe at St Andrews By The Sea, Uniting Church, 92 Jetty Road, Glenelg is the place where a simple sandwich, freshly baked scones, apple pie and a cup of tea could tempt you. The cafe aims to offer hospitality with a meal, and profits go towards supporting the disadvantaged in the wider community, in conjunction with Community Aid Programs and similar projects. This cafe has been run by volunteers since 1965 and opens Tuesday from 11am to 1pm. If you would like to volunteer making sandwiches or waiting tables, please phone Jennifer on 8294 4706.
LIFE WITHOUT BARRIERS
Life Without Barriers seek Foster Carers to welcome a child permanently into their home to show them compassion, to help the grow, give them opportunities and to give the a new family. You will have 24 hour support and help, so you will not be alone. To contact Life Without Barriers visit: Iwb.org.au or ring 8415 6900.
THE ACH GROUP
The ACH Group is inviting new members to assist in their efforts to look after older people in our community, and to devise new ways to promote their activities. ACH Group's social activities offer opportunities for the aged community to get out and discover new interests. There are a range of social activities each day, from Monday to Saturday. Trasnsport is available on request for people living with dementia or for people who may require help with mobility. If the ACH Group for older people sounds like you, then please give them a call on 1300 224 477.
NATIONAL CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION
The National Cancer Research Foundation supports research into various diseases for example, Children's Cancers, Breast, Ovarian, Prostate, Lung and Pancreatic Cancers. You can help by making a donation to The National Cancer Research Foundation at POB 881, North Adelaide, 5006 or phoning 8267 6700 to chat to a customer service call centre staff member. Your support would be greatly appreciated with donations being forwarded directly to local hospitals to continue this lifesaving research into cancer.
Al-Anon, Al-Ateen Family Groups provide fellowship for relatives and friends of alcoholics. Groups meet anonymously and share their experience while providing strength, support and hope to each other. There is only one requirement for membership, and that is you have been affected by someone else's drinking. Al-Anon, a separate fellowship from Alcoholics Anonymous, is based on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions adapted from AA. Their office at Harmer House, 5 Leigh Street, has literature available. For further information about Al-Anon telephone 8231 2959 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out their website at alanon.cjb.net.
NATIONAL SENIORS BRIGHTON
The Brighton Branch of National Seniors meet from 10am to midday on the third Tuesday of each month at the Lighthouse Community Church, 26 Jetty Road Brighton. National Seniors Australia strive to improve seniors' lives by making the Powers That Be and the general community aware of the needs of seniors. Morning Tea is available. General business is discussed and guest speakers are provided at times. There is an option for lunch after each meeting. All are welcome. Bookings are essential so contact Graham on 8296 7646. Information about National Seniors Australia is available on the internet: www.nationalseniorsaustralia.com.au
Australian Red Cross Baby Seats
Australia Red Cross Baby Seats is an organisation that provides low cost child restraint, fitting and hire services to South Australian parents. This organisation is always looking for volunteer child seat fitters to assist at their Mile End store. If you are looking to volunteer in a fantastic team atmosphere, this is your opportunity to make enquiries. Phone 0421 692 531 for further information.
GLANDORE COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Glandore Community Centre, 25 Naldera Street, Glandore, is offering an on-going Filoxenia Greek Elders and Careers Social Program from 10am to 1pm, every two weeks, on a Thursday. This program is for Greek speaking people living in the Southern areas, who would like to meet new friends. Lunches, various activities and outings are organised. For more details ring 8245 5561.
Come to to NEW Glandore Cafe for a Barista made coffee at the Glandore Community Centre, at 25 Naldera Street, Glandore, right behind the studios of Coast FM. It will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10am-2pm, during school term time. Enjoy the coffee and maybe even have a piece of cake. You will not be disappointed.
SOCIAL CLUB OPEN
If you would like to meet people in a friendly environment, the Flinders Park Over 50's Club is inviting new members to join. The Club is open from 12 Midday to 3.30pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. There are card games, Eight Ball, Snooker, tea, coffee and biscuits. They also have BBQs and luncheons throughout the year. Take your friends along to the club and share in the fun. For more information phone 8268 8962.
GRANDPARENTS FOR GRANDCHILDREN
The Grandparents for Grandchildren Association hold a meeting in support of the Alienated Grandparents Group. The meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month. The next meeting is the 29th November at the GFGSA Building, L2, 345 King William Street, Adelaide from 10.30am-noon. For further details ring Colleen on 8212 1937, or website: www.gfgsa.com.au
The Walkerville Mens Probus Club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Walkerville Town Hall at 66 Walkerville Terrace. All very welcome. Why not pop along and enjoy a morning of fellowship and learn all about the club. Enquiries can be made by ringing 8344 6019
Wacky Wednesday at the Mitchell Park Neighbourhood
Wacky Wednesday is a senior social group that offers laughter, fun and friendship. Each week there are planned activities, guest speakers and flexi fitness sessions while enjoying a home cooked lunch. Every Wednesday from 11.00am to 2.30pm at the Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre, Cumbria Court, Mitchell Park. For more info call 8375 6804
Stamps for Charity
Do you have any used postage stamps? The Church of Christ in Nairne, SA is collecting used postage stamps to raise funds for overseas aid. At present they are raising money to build houses in New Hebrides and would really appreciate as many stamps as possible be sent to them. Send your used stamps to Heather Sowerby, PO Box 39 Nairne, SA 5252
Vinnies Need Furniture
Vinnies (St Vincent de Paul Society) is experiencing a shortage of good quality furniture and is seeking donations of these items. They are in need of kitchen and dining tables, chairs, dressing tables, lounges, bedroom furniture, wardrobes and coffee tables. Vinnies provide support to needy families and welcomes donations of goods. Donations can be made in store or by calling 8112 8777
St Peters Rotary Club Jumble Sale
The Rotary Club of St Peters hold a Jumble Sale at Linde Reserve, just across Payneham Road from the St Peters Town Hall and behind the Catholic Church, every Saturday from 8.30am to 12 Noon. Preloved goods such as clothing, music, homewares, electrical goods, toys, books and tools will be traded. You can get egg and bacon rolls and coffee for breakfast or brunch. This event is child and dog friendly. There is a regular group who walk their dogs around the park before breakfast.
ARPA Radio Players
The ARPA Radio Players are a group of retired persons who get together every week to prepare short radio plays for performances during the year for various social groups. They are keen to attract more members and you would really enjoy the warm atmosphere within the group. No previous experience is needed and scripts are read so no need to learn lines. Rehearsals are held at 10.00am every Monday at the Thebarton Church of Christ ( next to the Thebarton Theatre ) on Henley Beach Road. If you are interested just turn up at the rehearsal time or ring Mary on 8443 6018 for more details. Have fun, learn new skills and be active in your community... ARPA - Australian Retired Persons Association
Friendly Card Games
For a friendly game of Canasta and other card games head down to the West Lakes Sports and Community Centre on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at 7.00pm. The card playing group has been meeting for a few years now but is keen to attract more players who would be most welcome. For information call 0404 383 545...
Community Meals with Marion Life
Marion Life Community Services provide a community meal and all are welcome. Enjoy a delicious 2 course meal for a small donation and get to meet new people.The Community Meal is held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday evening of each month between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. No booking is required just get along to the Marion Church of Christ main auditorium, corner of Marion Road and Allawoona Avenue. Enter off Allawoona Avenue. Call 8277 0304 for more info.
Stirling Market Inc hold a monthly market on every 4th Sunday of the month at Druids Avenue, Stirling from 10.00am to 4.00pm. All profits go to the Adelaide Hills Communities.
Glynde Lutheran Church Monthly Market
On the 4th Saturday of every month the Glynde Lutheran Church invite you to their Market in the Church grounds at 15 Glynburn Road, Glynde. Stalls include Craft, Bric a Brac, Jewellery, Dolls, Cakes and much more. Devonshire Teas and a Sausage Sizzle will also be available. For more info call Diane 0n 8266 2798 or 0416 113 451
Seaford Meadows Scouts Community Market
The Seaford Meadows Scout Group holds a Community Market on the 1st Sunday of the month at Railway Road, Seaford Meadows.The Scout Group hosts a Community Garden and sell fresh grown vegetables straight from the garden, fresh picked as you ask for it. They also have stalls of fresh fruit and vegetables from the Virginia area, fragrant hand made candles, beautiful linen, hand crafted woodwork and hand made cards. There is also bric-a-brac and of course a Sausage Sizzle.
Retirees Friendship Club
Residents of Parkholme, Ascot Park, Edwardstown and surrounding areas........Would you like to meet up with other retirees for coffee and a chat then give Val a call on 8374 4737. Meetings are held at the Parkholme Community Hall at 638 Marion Road, Parkholme.
Rotary Club Giant Book Sale
Every Saturday the Rotary Club of Adelaide West open the Giant Book Sale to the public at the Arthritis SA offices at 118 Richmond Road, Marleston between 8.30am and 12.30pm. Thousands of books for all ages at reasonable prices. Donations of books are also welcomed and can be dropped in on Book Sale days or to the Arthritis SA Reception during office hours Monday to Friday.
HALLETT COVE OVER 50s TRAVEL AND SOCIAL CLUB
The Hallett Cove Over 50s Travel and Social Club will be holding an afternoon of entertainment on the first Friday of every month, except January. The club begins at 1.30, but it is preferable to be at the venue at 1pm. Guest artists and groups will provide entertainment, followed by afternoon tea. A great opportunity to meet new friends. For more information ring Jim on 0457 236 340 or Margaret on 8387 0352.
FAIRMONT SOCIAL TENNIS CLUB
The Fairmont Social Tennis Club is a friendly club, and it is always looking forward to welcoming new members with tennis competence. The club has 5 high standard courts at Page Park on the corner of East Avenue and Cross Road, Clarence Park. For more information re days and times of play, please ring either David on 8379 7349 or Erica on 8278 6208. Everyone is welcome.
THE O'HALLORAN HILL OVER 50's CLUB
The O'Halloran Hill Over 50's Club meet every Friday at the Recreation Centre, Candys Road, O'Halloran Hill between 10am to 3pm. It's a fun filled day with lots of activities ranging from card games, board games, table tennis, pool and bingo. It is one of the cheapest activity groups in SA. For more details contact Margaret on 8387 5309 or Linda on 8387 2742.
ROTARY CLUB OF CAMPBELLTOWN
The Rotary Club of Campbelltown hold their monthly shed sale on the last Saturday of each month from 8am-1pm at Benjamin Street, Newton. The sale has a wide variety of furniture i.e. beds, mattresses, wardrobes, electronic goods, clothing, crockery, cooking utensils and much more. There will be a huge variety at bargain prices. If you are looking to set up home for an affordable cost, this could be the perfect opportunity to do so. Delivery can be arranged at a small cost. EFTPOS is available. All proceeds go towards the Rotary's local, national and international projects.
ST PETERS ROTARY CLUB
St Peters Rotary Club have a jumble sale every Saturday from 8.30am-12 noon at Linde Reserve, which is located across Payneham Road from St Peters Town Hall, behind the Catholic Church. Pre-loved goods such as clothing, music, home-wares, electrical goods, toys, books, toools and much more for trading. All welcome. The event is dog friendly. A regular group walk their dogs around before breakfast.
ADELAIDE CHRISTIAN SINGLES
On the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, the Adelaide Christian Singles Club run a dance for the 60 plus age group. The dance is held at the West Croyden/Kilkenny RSL, Rosetta Street, West Croyden from 7.30pm until 11.30pm. Music is 60/40 and mainly 50s and 60s. The dress code is neat and casual dress, with no jeans, tracksuits, T-shirts, sneakers or polo shirts. For further information re cost contact Jenny [President] on 0414 444 701 ot Sorel [Treasurer] on 0428 877 900
RSL MORPHETT VALE/DISTRICTS SUB BRANCH
Morphett Vale RSL has established a Digital Honour Board presenting photographs and information about men and women who were killed in action, who returned, and who have served, but did not have operational service. A public appeal has been launched to obtain authorised photographs to be used on the Honour Board. On-going contributions are being sought from local residents that honour the military service of family members and relatives who have served at home and abroad during conflicts, or peacetime. If you wish to have family members or relatives who served in the military honoured, please complete a form available at the RSL Morphett Vale Sub-Branch Clubrooms, 8 Robertson Avenue, Morphett Vale on Tuesdays from 11am-1pm. For further information email: email@example.com or contact Rob on 8387 1754.
MOSH [Minimisation of Suicide Harm] is a charitable, self-funded organisation dedicated to creating mentally healthy communities, through a sense of belonging and connectedness. Mosh is looking for volunteers to host free workshops for small groups in the city at Southern Cross Arcade, lower level that you enter from King William Road. If you have interests in craft, music, art and self-development, contact melanie on email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an expression of interest form. Mosh is also looking for volunteers who can assist in their retail stores, behind the scenes in sorting areas, general maintenance and special fundraising events. If being behind the scenes is more your thing, please email: email@example.com for your expression of interest form.
WRITE A STORY
If you would like to write a poem or a book, go along to the North Eastern Writers Group in the Community Hall at the RSL, Memorial Drive, Tea Tree Gully, on the third Thursday of each month at 7.30pm. There will be guest speakers and writing exercises at the meetings, and opportunities to read your work, and receive feedback if desired. For more details ring Jocelyn on 0406 873 337
MITCHAM LIBRARY ENGLISH CLASSES
The Mitcham Library will be conducting free Conversation Classes at the Mitcham Community Centre, 5 Firmley Grove, Hawthorn, on Saturdays 10.30am-11.30am during School Terms. The classes are free and family friendly. For more details ring the Library on 8372 8888.
Calling for community events
Coast FM is looking for events happening in our community. Please let us know of any upcoming events and we will promote them on this site.
Contact us on 8371 5887, or fax 8371 5899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org