What's on in and around The Hills this week

Try a night walk.

Try a night walk.

AUTUMN FAIR: At Pennant Hills Uniting Church, corner Boundary Road and Bellamy Street, Pennant Hills on Saturday, April 22, 9am-2pm. Stalls include books, plants, trash and treasure, cakes and jams, small furniture, Mother’s Day gifts, morning tea and sausage sizzle. There’s a free jumping castle for children. All welcome. Details: Elaine, 9875 4416.

BEGONIA SOCIETY: Members meet on Sunday, April 23 from 2pm at Bloomin’ Greenery Nursery, 226 Annangrove Road, Annangrove. This month’s speaker’s topic is “Caring for your Begonia”. Visitors welcome. Details: Ross, 9679 1386 or email info@begoniansw.com.au or visit the website www.begoniansw.com.au.

MONTHLY LUNCHEON: Galston VIEW Club - which raises money for The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program - will hold its monthly luncheon meeting on Wednesday, April 26 from 11am at Dural Country Club. Guest speaker will be Jolyon Warwick James, a silver consultant, valuer and historian. Details: Vivian, 9894 1189.

NIGHT WALK: Experience the sights and sounds of the bush after dark at Fred Caterson Reserve, Gilbert Road, Castle Hill on Friday, April 28, 6pm-8pm.  Discover what is happening under the cover of night. Suitable for individuals or families with children over the age of five. Free but bookings essential. Details: www.thehillsenvironment.eventbrite.com.au.

EXPLORE HISTORY: The Friends of St Bartholomew’s will hold their annual Back to St Bartholomew’s Day on Saturday, April 29, 9am-3pm, at historic St Bartholomew’s Church, Ponds Road, Prospect. There will be a town crier, NSW Marine Corp, variety stalls, historic exhibitions and more. Details: 9621 8225 or 9622 8309.

INNER WHEEL: Norwest club is looking for new members. The women’s group’s motto is “friendship with a purpose” and meetings include speakers and subjects of interest as well as fun activities and outings. The club has an outstanding record of personal service to the community. Members meet at Baulkham Hills Bowling Club on the first Wednesday of the month from 6pm. Cost is $20 which includes dinner and a drink. Details: Deborah, 0414 828 777.

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