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Community Billboard

by reception
posted 03/12/2019

Community Billboard 3-10 December 2019

This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected

International Day of People with a Disability

Come and workout for free at KGV Recreation Centre

Tuesday 3rd December is International Day of People with a Diability. KGV is providing free access to anyone who has a disability to come and train at the centre (which includes gym and use of the sports courts) during centre opening hours.

Court access is restricted to off peak (7am-11:30am and 2:30-5:45pm)

Where: King George V (KGV) Recreation Centre
15 Cumberland Street, The Rocks

When: Tuesday 3 December from 7am to 8pm

Cost: Free. Book tickets through the website

The Finders Keepers Market

The Finders Keepers market is a massive three day event, featuring over 200 independent art and design stalls at The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve.

Expect to find loads of lovely local makers from Sydney as well as talented favourites and emerging designers from all around Australia.

Each market is uniquely and carefully curated, featuring amazing new talent and debut designers.

With dedicated food and beverage stalls, live music, bars and free activities for kids there really is something for everyone.

Join us in supporting small creative business and come along to find, seek, love and keep this summer!

Where: Barangaroo Reserve
Barangaroo, Sydney

When: Friday 6 December from 12pm to 9pm
Saturday 7 December from 10am to 7pm
Sunday 8 December from 10am to 5pm

Cost: Adults: $5.00
Kids under 12: Free

Men's support group

Come and join us for a friendly and supportive chat group for men.

Join an open and safe discussion each week about the things that matter to you.

In our current modern world, there is a lot of expectation and assumptions about what it means to be a man and a lot of advice about how to be a man.

There are comparisons and assumptions about what a real man is as opposed to an unreal or weak man.

Come and join our weekly support group as we discuss the things that matter to us.

This is a non-judgemental group where we invite men to share their concerns, be heard and listened to.

Where: Reginald Murphy Community Centre
19 Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point

When: Tuesdays, 6pm to 7.15pm
Now until Tuesday 17 December 2019

Cost: Free

Pyrmont Village Christmas concert

Merry Christmas Pyrmont!

For the first time ever the City of Sydney will bring a village Christmas Concert to Pyrmont.

Dust off your reindeer ears, put on your party shoes and kick off Christmas at this new family-friendly free Christmas concert.

Children are invited to join their favourite entertainers, to sing and dance in the spirit of Sydney Christmas.

Hosted by Jimmy Giggle with performances by Justine Clarke, The Nannas and The Poppas, Carpe Idiotus, SplashDance and Limited Edition.

Kids can enjoy craft activities, table tennis and games with our Christmas elves.

Santa stockings jam-packed with goodies will be on sale for $5, with all proceeds going to our charity partner Surf Life Saving NSW.

There will be a community barbeque, ice cream and coffee available to purchase.

Santa will make a special guest appearance and the night will end in a glittering fireworks display.

The site is accessible and a hearing loop available. There will be bike parking. Pets are permitted, but the event will be crowded.

Courtesy buses

2 courtesy buses will run continuously to the concert between 5pm and 9pm.
See the website for pick up point details.

Where: Pirrama Park
Pirrama Road, Pyrmont

When: Saturday 7 December from 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Cost: Free

Hope Butterflies colony

Interactive community art installation

2000 Hope Butterflies will swarm into the Surry Hills Library this November.

The Hope Butterfly colony created by Nick Baldas was launched in 2018 as part of National Water Week in the Blue Mountains.

This interactive community art installation created by primary school students and artists is crafted from recycled materials, donated artworks and butterflies drawn directly onto stencil paper.

Each butterfly is unique and carries hope wishes on its wings.

If you would like to add your own butterfly to the colony, please contact Nick.

In memory of the Pearl White Butterfly Colony once found within the Royal Botanic Garden.

Where: Surry Hills Library
405 Crown Street, Surry Hills

When: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10am to 6pm
Tuesdays, 10am to 8pm
Thursdays, 10am to 9pm
Weekends, 10am to 4pm
Now until Wednesday 8 January 2020

Cost: Free

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