WOOF-FEST: Will be held at Western Sydney Parkland’s Warrigal Run, Bungarribee Park on Sunday, June 25 from 9am-1pm. It’s a fun, free community event for anyone who owns or loves dogs. The entertainment line-up includes talks by experts, demonstrations and more than 50 stalls treats, toys, accessories and pet services. Details: www.westernsydneyparklands.com.au.
EAT YOUR YARD: A free gardening course which covers growing vegetables and herbs is on offer every Monday, 9.30am-11.30am and Friday 12.30pm-2.30pm at Anglicare, 91a Kurrajong Avenue, Mt Druitt. Details: Hazel, 8805 0969.
CHANCE TO SING: The Sunset Station Singers meet at St Marys RSL Club every Monday, 7.30pm-9.30pm. The group, which performs in nursing homes, hospitals and at local commemorative ceremonies, was started by Vietnam veterans and has grown to include wives, partners and friends. They welcome anyone who enjoys singing and there’s no pressure to read music or audition. Their motto is: “If you can talk, you can sing”. Details: Rick, 0425 223 113.
SOMETHING NEW: The W.A.S.H House, Lot 5, Kelly Close, Mount Druitt has begun its new term program for women only. Groups include yoga, art, computers, sewing, folk art, belly dancing and Bollywood dancing, tai chi, stretch and tone, meditation, self defence and more. Details and bookings: 9677 1962.
HANDY HINTS: Learn how to DIY with the help of expert team members this month at Bunnings Warehouse Minchinbury’s workshops Saturday and Sunday at at 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm. Topics to be covered include indoor projects on June 24 and 25. Children can also take part in the free Kids D.I.Y. Workshops, held in-store every Saturday and Sunday. Details: 8882 0600 or visit bunnings.com.au.
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