Class of 59: Featuring the sounds of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Bill Hayley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Eddie Cochran and The Big Bopper. An exciting show that tells the story of rock’n’roll. Panthers.
Contact: 1800 061 991 or penrith.panthers南京夜网.au
St Marys Winter Celebration: 10am-2pm. Singers, dancers, martial arts, displays. All will be at Coachmans Park, Queen Street. Don’t miss Rooby Roo (pictured).
Old-time Dance: From 8pm. $8 per person. Llandilo Hall, 257 Seventh Avenue.
Contact: 4732 8104.
Cunning Running Orienteering Day: This is for runners of all ages. Family groups are especially welcome. $5 members; $10 non-members. $2 members and $4 for non-members, with discount for juniors and students. Start times 2.30-3.30pm. Blue Hills Reserve, Glenmore Park.
Contact: 9872 2914 or westernhills.nsw.orienteering.asn.au
Craft Fair: Erskine Park Community Centre, 9am-1pm.
Contact: Kim, 9834 2708, or [email protected]南京夜网.au
Be a mate and donate: 9am-1pm, Centro Nepean with Vintage FM, Rotary and Ross Hutchinson Foundation, to help those less fortunate. Donate jumpers, blankets, woollen gloves, non-perishable foods.
Panthers v Roosters: Gates open 12.30pm, 1st Grade 3pm. Centrebet Stadium, Penrith.
Sanctuary: Gary Daley’s hour-long work with percussionist Tunji Beier.
Joan Sutherland Centre, 3pm.
Contact: 4723 7600 or www.jspac南京夜网.au
Sunday, July 22: Cate Country Band, Penrith RSL Club, 2-5pm
Friday, July 27: Dirty Deeds – The AC/DC Show, O’Donoghue’s Emu Plains, 7pm-midnight
They Call Me Bruce, Red Cow Hotel, 8pm-11pm
Saturday, July 28: Bob Gillespie, Penrith RSL Club, 2-5pm
The Endless Summer Beach Party, Penrith RSL Club, 9pm-1am
Sunday, July 29: Bryen and the Bayou Boogie Boys, Penrith RSL Club, 2-5pm
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