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Fairies in the garden: The Penrith Regional Gallery and Lewers Bequest, Emu Plains, held a garden party recently. Sixty people came along for Aboriginal Elders and Aboriginal Cultural Workers and the two exhibitions now on show, 21st Century Beginnings The Corrigan Collection of Aboriginal Art and Muddy Water, new paintings by John Boney. The exhibition represents a synthesis between traditional ¦Go4Fun: Free healthy lifestyle program to make children fitter, healthier and happier. The program is fun and interactive and helps 7-13-year-old children and their families adopt a long and lasting approach to living. Term 3 programs will be running in Werrington and St Marys starting on July 23 and run twice a week for nine weeks.
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¦Kidz Arcade: Thursdays in school terms for years 3-6, 3.30pm-5pm. Craft, cooking, games, pool, table tennis. $3 per week. St Clair Youth Centre, 97A Cook Parade. Details: 9834 2708.

¦Penrith Museum of Printing: Fully functional print shop from years gone by in the Penrith Paceway grounds, corner of Mulgoa Road and Ransley Street. Open day every Saturday, 10am-2pm, $3 entry. Group tours can be arranged.

Details: Neville James, 4739 2640 or email [email protected] optusnet南京夜网.au.

¦Shandilo Pony Club: Accepting new members and riders for 2012, aged between six and 25. Bring your horse or pony and have a great time learning new things and making new friends. New instructors also welcome. Club meets on first and third Sunday of the month, Shanes Park Reserve, corner of South Creek and Whites roads.

Details: 0413 032 816.

¦Sing Australia Penrith: For those who love to sing — everything from Abba and the Beatles to folk songs and songs from musicals. No auditions or experience needed and visitors and new members are always welcome. Meetings are held Thursdays 7.30-9.30pm at Senior Citizens Centre, 86 Station Street.

Details: Doreen 4721 2841.

¦Penrith City Nashos: Meets third Sunday of each month, Penrith RSL Club, 10.30am. Morning tea provided.

Details: Colin, 0400 729 006.

¦Learn To Dance: 1950s rock’n’roll every Monday, Penrith RSL Club, 7pm. New courses every five weeks for beginners. Singles and couples welcome.

Details: 8786 1220 or www.letsmoovengroove南京夜网.au.

¦Old Time Dancing: Llandillo Hall, Seventh Avenue, Llandillo. Third Saturday of each month, 8pm.

Details: 4732 8104.

¦Tai chi: In Kingswood Park, near corner First Street and Santley Crescent. Free, every Saturday, 4pm.

Details: Guan, 0407 522 886 or [email protected]南京夜网.

¦Meditation: Westclub every Wednesday, 1.30pm. Next door to St Stephen’s Church, High Street, Penrith. All welcome.

Details: Mark, 4721 4230.

¦Community Knit In: Penrith Library. Learn to knit and crochet and help Wrap With Love and other charities. Morning tea provided. First Monday of each month, 9.30am-noon.

Details: Library, 4732 7891 or Carol, 4732 3108.

¦Depression: Are you living with depression, anxiety, loneliness or low self-esteem? Try GROW for 12-Step Program. Tuesdays, 7pm and Thursdays 10am, Community Health Centre, Soper Place, Penrith.

Details: 9633 1800 or 1800 558 268 (freecall).

¦Cranebrook Bush Group: Meets first Sunday of each month. Tools, gloves and training provided.

Details: Geoff, 0431 222 602 or 4729 3546 or [email protected]南京夜网.au.

¦Yoga: U3A Yoga class for over 50s.

Details: 4722 3405.

¦Mytime Playgroups: Early intervention support for children with a disability or chronic medical condition and their families. Mondays, 10am-noon. Emu Plains Community Centre, Lawson Street, Emu Plains.

Details: 1800 171 882 or www.playgroupnsw南京夜网.au.

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