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Hi-tech green: Mayor Greg Davies and Penrith City Garden Club president Eileen Ross at the launch of the club’s new website which aims for a strong vibrant future. Club activities include monthly meetings, outings focussed on gardening interests and social events. The club meets on the third Monday of each month at the Jamison Room, Nepean Shores, Tench Avenue, Jamisontown, 7.30pm-9pm. www.penrit¦Public speaking: Nepean Valley Toastmasters meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. Details: Donalda Hill, 4736 2803.
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¦Play group: Ages 0-5 with disabilities or developmental delay or at risk of a delay. Tuesdays 10am-noon during school terms at St Marys. Gold coin donation. Details: Lifestart Nepean 9623 2100.

¦Orchid club: Meets the fourth Friday of each month, 7.30pm, The Melrose Hall, corner Great Western Highway and Park Street, Emu Plains. Details: 4739 3502.

¦Red Cross: Next meeting June 14, 10am, CWA Rooms. Details: Diane, 9623 9789.

¦Arthritis NSW: Next meeting CWA Rooms, Tindale Street, June 13, 10am. Coffee from 9am. Details: Dianne, 9623 9789.

¦The Learning Lounge: Free service that provides homework help and educational support for young people in years 7-12. Tuesday afternoons throughout the school term, 3.15pm-5.15pm, St Clair Youth Centre, 97A Cook Parade. Details: Jessica, 9837 2708 or [email protected]南京夜网.au.

¦Penrith Women’s Health Centre: Zumba Gold classes for women. Low impact dance-fitness class for people beginning their fitness journey. Mondays 9.30am-10.15am. $5 a class during school terms. Details: 4721 8749.

¦Penrith Garden Club: Meets third Monday of each month, 7.30pm, Jamison Room, Nepean Shores, Tench Avenue, Penrith. All welcome. Details: Heather, 0408 365 002.

¦Knit-in: Penrith Library, 9.30am-noon, first Monday of the month. Learn to knit and crochet and help Wrap With Love and other charities. Come for a knit and chat. Morning tea provided, bring your own mug. Details: Library, 4732 7891 or Jillian, 9623 5037.

¦Free exercise program: Penrith Women’s Health Centre and St Clair Youth and Neighbourhood team. Nine-week program on Fridays to help migrant and refugee women have access to physical exercise, yoga and Zumba. Autumnleaf Neighbourhood Centre, corner Timesweep Drive and Autumnleaf Parade, St Clair, 10am-noon. Details: Belinda, 9834 2708 or [email protected]南京夜网.au.

¦Zen: Free study, 9.30am Saturday, 10.30am Sunday, Tench Reserve. Details: Guan, [email protected]南京夜网 or 0407 522 886.

¦Country Women’s Association: Meets last Monday of every month, CWA room, 1 Tindale Street, Penrith. Free morning tea 9.30am, meeting 10am. CWA Friendship Group also meets every other Monday, 9.30am, CWA rooms. Details: Maureen, 0414 713 310.

¦The Nepean Retired Men’s Club: Meets third Wednesday of each month, 10am, John Lees Christian Centre, 15 Evan Street, Penrith. Speakers each month and outings throughout the year. All men welcome. Details: Don, 4721 5889.

¦Penrith City National Servicemen’s Association: Meets third Sunday of each month, 10.30am, Penrith RSL Club. Details: John Taylor, 9864 6967.

¦St Marys Area Community Development Project: Women’s Purse Group open to all women looking for social activities. St Marys Corner, Arts and Crafts Studio, entrance via Swanston Street, St Marys. Meet Mondays during school term, 10am-noon. Cost is $3 a week. Details: Lisa, 9673 2169.

¦HPSOP: The Health Promotion Service for Older People is looking for volunteers 50 years and older from any languages to talk about health issues to groups of older people. Details: Habib or Barbara, 9281 3588.

¦Springwood Acoustic Club: Self-expression through singing, poetry or just telling a yarn, fourth Friday of the month, Springwood Neighbourhood Centre, Macquarie Street, Springwood, 8pm. Cost: $7 or $5 concession. Details: Mark, 4721 4230.

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