Local Info

Address 223 Burns Bay Road Lane Cove NSW 2066 Mobile: 0434 432 175 Website: www.metropolitanbaptist.net.au

Classes 9am each Sunday. Morning tea provided.

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Aqualuna is a fun community choir that sings a diverse repertoire ranging from gospel, African, world and pop to classical music. The emphasis is on having fun while improving our sound and learning some music on the way. We are currently looking to recruit members, particularly but not limited to, tenors and basses. All parts are welcome, no experience necessary and we do not audition. If interested, please come along and join us for a free session.

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Address Mary Street Longueville NSW 2066

Neighbourhood foreshore park with picnic area and wood barbecues (some wood provided but take your own to be safe) and children’s play equipment. North Shore Rowing Club, Lane Cove 12 Foot Sailing Skiff Club. Yacht Bay boat lockers. Toilets. Some on-site parking.

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The B62s

B62s is a club is for boys from yrs 2 – 6, and meets in the St Andrews hall on Friday nights from 5:30pm till 7:00pm. The aims of B62s are to:

  • Help Boys connect with Jesus
  • Bring boys up in their faith
  • Provide a safe environment in which boys can have fun with their friends
  • Provide a bridge between the church and the community
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Address Lloyd Rees Drive Lane Cove West NSW 2066

Blackman Park is located in Lloyd Rees Drive (off Wood Street) Lane Cove West. This is a large Park located beside the Lane Cove River consisting of sporting grounds, picnic areas, large flat open space and river foreshore bushwalks. There is ample parking for up to 80 cars. In the Picnic area at the far end of the park there are wood BBQs and picnic tables and a small picnic shelter.

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Address Kooyong Road Riverview NSW 2066

Burns Bay Reserve is a spacious, flat, grassed waterfront park.

Facilities include:

  • Boat ramp (inaccessible at low-tide)
  • Children’s Play Equipment
  • Electric BBQ facilities
  • Picnic tables
  • Parking (30 cars)

There is a large, open grassed area, suitable for playing ball sports, and a tennis practice wall. Soccer is played at Burns Bay during winter.

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Welcome to Caroline Chisholm Retirement Village, the Right Environment at the Right Time.

A safe, secure and homely environment offering supported living accommodation in a wonderful location at an affordable price. The village is a retirement complex for singles and couples living in self-contained apartments in an atmosphere of respect, privacy, independence and understanding.

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Address Kenneth Street Longueville NSW 2066
Central Park, Longueville 
Located between The Diddy and the Longueville Tennis Club, Central Park is more of a relaxing green space rather than a playground.
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Clancy Terrace is a discreet and attractive self-care retirement village built for those over the age of 55 who specifically have independent living in mind. Located in Greenwich, on Sydney’s lower North Shore, the development was designed by Flower & Samios Architects and built in 2002. Each of the twenty four apartments are modern and spacious, with either ground floor private tiled courtyards or large sun drenched balconies. With its spectacular district views and a short stroll to the waters edge of Greenwich Point, Clancy Terrace makes an attractive way of life for the over 55’s.

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Address Cullen Street Lane Cove NSW 2066
Cullen Street, Lane Cove West
Fab fully fenced playground, close to Figtree Shops.
Good swings for all ages. Slides, climbing and exploration. Picnic tables.
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Address Not Disclosed For Security Reasons Phone: 9971 4499 Website: Lane Cove Delvena Women's Refuge Needs Your Help

We will list on this page any items that Delvena Women’s Refuge is seeking for families leaving the centre.  This is when the families need your support.  Cash Donations and Supermarket cards are always welcome.

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Address Lane Cove and North Side Community Services 164 Longueville Road Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 02 9427 6425

Fund raising for Lane Cove Community Aid Service. The Working Bee group meets monthly making calico trauma dolls for children’s hospitals, baby and children’s wear well as knitted rugs. Quarterly newsletter.

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Address St Andrews Anglican Church 4 Rosenthal Avenue Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 02 9427 1163

G26

G26 is an activity for Girls in Grades 2-6 (hence G26). It meets every Friday night during school terms from 5.30-7.00pm. The aims of G26 are to:

  • Help girls to connect with Jesus
  • Nurture the girls in their faith
  • Provide a caring environment in which girls can have fun with their friends
  • Provide a bridge between the church and the community

 

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Greenwich Sports Club, a community club established in 1936, is committed to:

  • Enhancing the lives of all its members and the spirit of its community through participation in sport;
  • Ensuring fairness in attitude, respect, equity in action and integrity;
  • Providing friendship and enjoyment.
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Happy Kids Kindy is a long day care centre which has been operating since 1987 and provides quality care and education for children 2-6 years.

We provide an extensive, varied educational program, and a stimulating environment for each child. We promote and value the importance of play and the development of the “Whole Child”.

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Address Longueville Uniting Church cnr Kenneth St & Christina St Longueville NSW 2066 Phone: 8877 5300

Gentle exercise to improve strength, balance and coordination.

Mondays 11.00am-11.55am, 10 week term, from $110/$88 (concession)

Bookings essential

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Address Crn of Henley Street & Cullen Street Lane Cove West NSW 2066

Located across the road from Lane Cove West Public School, this is a large, unfenced playground with plenty for all ages, especially older kids. Has picnic tables and bubbler.

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Address LCM Church cnr Beaconsfield Road and Dalrymple Avenue Lane Cove North NSW 2066 Mobile: 0433 024 354 Website: www.hummingsong.com.au

Meets on Monday nights in school terms, 7.30-9.30pm

Open to new members.

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At Hunters Hill Community Church it is our desire to be a community where we can help each other find that connection. We believe that God has made this possible because of His great love for each one of us. He has opened up to us the incredible opportunity to know Him, through the life and death of His son Jesus Christ.

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Located in the popular suburb of Lane Cove on Sydney’s Lower North Shore, Uniting Kamilaroi is a happy and welcoming aged care home. If you choose to become a resident, our caring team can assist you with personal care (such as getting dressed) and many of the day-to-day jobs that have become tricky to manage. We make life easy by looking after the cooking, cleaning and laundry, and if your needs change we can assist you to find additional health or care support.

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KU Greenwich Preschool provides high quality education and care for young children and their families.

The preschool implements a play-based learning curriculum, building upon children’s strengths and interests, with a desire to stimulate a love of learning.

For more information, or to enquire about placing your child on the waiting list, please contact the Centre Director.

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KU Osborne Park Preschool is situated behind Lane Cove Golf Course in a peaceful bush and park environment, where children can experience expansive learning opportunities through the potential of nature.

The preschool provides a play-based program and am environment that is both stimulating and challenging, and nurtures the growth of children while embracing their uniqueness and individuality.

For more information, or to enquire about placing your child on the waiting list, please contact the Centre Director.

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Address Stewart Street Longueville NSW 2066 Australia Phone: 9428 2276 Website: http://www.lc12ftssc.org.au/

Sailing on the Lane Cove River since 1918.  Very active Learn to Sail Courses.

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Address c/- 24A Upper Cliff Rd, Northwood NSW 2066 Website: http://www.lanecoveartsociety.com.au/

The Lane Cove Art Society celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2015. The aim of the Society is to encourage, recognise and reward artistic talent in the Lane Cove. They welcome new members – the sole requirement is an interest in art.

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Conveniently located at 151 Burns Bay Road, with on-site parking and buses at the door, Lane Cove Bowling & Recreation Club is an ideal place to relax and unwind in a tranquil environment. We offer both social and bowling memberships and new players are welcome to try out bowls before deciding on joining. Whether you are interested in playing bowls, wish to relax after work or catch up with friends, the club bar is open daily and social membership is just $10 per year.

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We currently run bi-weekly activities for children set in local bushland with different themes and focus depending on the season and location, e.g. in “Shapes in Nature” we explore natural shapes in our environment, in “Bug Spot” we hunt down mini-beasts and learn about their life cycles, habitats and peculiarities and in “Are Trees Alive” we search for signs that they are indeed.

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Address Blackman Park The brand new synthetic ovals 1 and 2 Lane Cove West NSW 2066 Mobile: 0450-581-108 Mobile: 0412-637-699 Mobile: 0417-684-989 Website: www.lanecovecats.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/LaneCoveCats?_rdr=p

Why Kids Play AFL?

AFL Auskick and Juniors:
* is for active, strong and healthy kids;
* is fun and competitive; and
* helps kids learn skills and build confidence.

As kids progress they:
* get a good aerobic workout and develop a healthy lifestyle;
* develop mateships and become good sports; and
* learn about teamwork, strategy and game tactics.

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Address St Aidan\’s Church Arabella Street Longueville NSW 2066 Phone: 9418 9063 Website: http://anca.org.au/choir-view/2016

Senior ladies choir welcomes new members. Rehearsals on Thursday afternoons

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Lane Cove Community Chaplaincy seeks to serve and connect the local community in unique and person-oriented ways. Karen, the Chaplain, lives and works in Lane Cove and is readily available to meet you.

Karen is an ordained Minister of the Uniting Church in Australia. However, Karen prefers to go to the community, rather than expect people to turn up at Church to see her. She prefers to listen to people’s perspectives and needs than preach. (But she does offer her perspective in her blogs). Although Karen is generously sponsored by Lane Cove Uniting Church, she is not its Minister.

 

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The Lane Cove Concert Band was formed in 1963 and is incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act.

The Bands play in various community events, local, state and national competitions and host their own indoor and outdoor concerts each year.

New members are always welcome with rehearsals being open to potential new players to come and try the various bands out.

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Address Lane Cove Music & Cultural Centre 266 Longueville Road Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 9428 4834 or 9873 6315 Website: http://www.lanecovecreativephotography.org/

Established in 1970 Lane Cove Creative Photography has been bringing photographers together for over 40 years.

Meets fortnightly at 8pm Thursday nights

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Lane Cove Cricket Club is the oldest Shires cricket club in the Sydney Cricket Association as well as being one of the largest Junior clubs on the North Shore and fielding a flourishing Masters (over 40s) contingent.

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Address 164-172 Longueville Road Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 02 9427 2977 Website: Early Childhood Centre Lane Cove

Free community service for parents and /or caregivers with children aged 0-5 years. Advice and support on parenting issues, growth and development checks, education and support groups, assessment and referral to other services.

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Lane Cove Music was founded in 1946 and is a not-for-profit organisation affiliated with the Federated Music Clubs of Australia NSW Council Inc.
Our objectives are:
· To provide good music for our members and the community.
· To provide performance opportunity for classical musicians.

Provides seven concerts per year – a variety of classical music with professional artists. Supper provide

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Address Lane Cove Club Birdwood Avenue Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 9906 5634

Meets first Thursday of each month at 10am. Keep up to date with RSL matters, DVA and community services

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Address 180 Longueville Road Lane Cove NSW 2066

Provides social centre where people can play indoor bowls, cards, scrabble etc.

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Lane Cove Swim Club

Lane Cove Swim Club (LCSC) is a non-profit community swimming club based at Lane Cove Aquatic Centre, 2 Little Street Lane Cove.   We promote swimming in the community at every level from recreational and fitness to elite athlete squad training for competition at local, statewide and national swimming meets.  We are one of the oldest swimming clubs in Australia. Lane Cove Olympic pool was opened in 1961 and Lane Cove Swim Club was founded shortly afterwards.

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Lane Cove Tennis Club (LCTC) is a registered not-for-profit community organisation and is operated entirely by volunteers under the guidance of the LCTC Committee. We aim to provide high quality tennis and fitness facilities (alongside the associated amenities) to our members and the broader Lane Cove community.

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LCTC aim to provide artistic, recreational, educational and employment opportunities to residents in the local community. It aims to provide affordable and entertaining live theatre opportunities and to further the appreciation of the arts within the community of Lane Cove and its surrounding environs.

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Address Meeting House 25-27 Stokes Street Lane Cove North NSW 2066 Website: http://lanecovetoastmasters.org.au/?doing_wp_cron=1472011014.0251259803771972656250

Become a confident public speaker with a supportive group of local residents. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month, 6.45-8.30pm

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The Lane Cove West Residents’ Association was formed to protect the interests of Lane Cove West residents.  It represents the Lane Cove West residents on matters concerning traffic, roads, development, general community interests and other issues raised by local Lane Cove West Residents.

You can find the minutes of their meetings, membership details and next meeting dates on the notice board at the Lane Cove West Shops.

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Address Lloyd Rees Drive Lane Cove West NSW 2066 Mobile: 0417 667 020 Website: http://www.tennis.com.au/lcwtc/
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Address Lane Cove Living & Learning Centre 180 Longueville Road Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 9427 5321 Website: www.lavocelanecove.com/

Meets weekly, 6.30-8pm to sing for fun. No audition necessary, new members welcome

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Address Stuart Street Longueville NSW 2066

Longueville Reserve is a waterfront park which is accessed from Stuart Street, Longueville. This park is located adjacent to Aquatic Park.

This park is a painters paradise with fabulous water views to the city.  It is a gently sloping grassed area with large trees overlooking Lane Cove River.

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A club run by volunteer parents of multiples (twins, triplets etc) to support and assist other parents. Weekly playgroup

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Address Tambourine Bay Road Riverview NSW 2066

Fenced park located next to York’s Corner shops at Riverview.

Good mix of equipment for most ages. Very popular old Steamroller to climb on and pretend to drive.

Shady, a few picnic tables. Coffee, food and toilets available at neighbouring shops.

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Address 23a Stokes Street Lane Cove North NSW 2066 Phone: (02) 9427 1841 Website: www.meetinghouse.org.au

Meeting House Inc. is located in Lane Cove North and offers a variety of activities for the general community, local seniors, and families.

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THE MEN’S SHED is a fully equipped workshop where skilled and unskilled men can share time with each other, swap yarns and work together on community projects. Members make and repair furniture, toys, craft items or work on their own personal projects. Many items are donated to community groups whilst some are sold to buy materials and new tools for the Shed.

 

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This group is for like-minded people who wish to experience the emotional benefit of putting their thoughts, ideas, feelings and experiences in their own words in writing. The group yourselves will cover simple techniques on how to express yourself in writing and have the opportunity to share your writings in a supportive and non-judgemental group setting.

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Northern Suburbs Little Athletics Centre (NSLAC) caters for children aged between 5 and 17 of all abilities.  The focus is on children improving their “PB” – personal best result – over the season.  Talented athletes may also have the opportunity to compete in higher level competitions, possibly right up to State representation, subject to qualification.

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PermaPatch is Lane Cove’s community garden, located behind the old Uniting Church on the corner of Pacific Highway and Mowbray Rd.  We grow food: fruit, vegetables, herbs, chickens, honey, fish. PermaPatch promotes and practices composting, companion planting, animal husbandry, community, local action and sustainability.

Everyone is invited to attend our Open Days which are held every Sunday from 2 – 5pm.

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Address Lane Cove Golf Club 180 River Road Northwood NSW 2066 Phone: 0407 216 552 Website: www.lanecoverotary.org

All welcome at our weekly meeting. 6.15 for 6.45pm start until 8.15pm, Tuesdays. Dinner costs $20 per head

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Address Lane Cove Library Library Walk Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 0422 798 498

Learn to meditate free. Experience the living power that will change your life. Tuesday 7-8.30pm

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Shinbukan offers traditional  Japanese training in self defence, karate, ninjutsu and a variety of Japanese martial arts.
Soke Crando Saito, has had extensive experience in the martial arts since 1957 and is currently the only Japanese Grand Master  living in Australia.
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Welcome to St Andrews Longueville!

Our church in Longueville, overlooking Sydney Harbour, was established in 1902, and has been faithfully serving the Lord since then.

We believe the church is the family of God with members of different ages, gender, race and colour, reflecting the image of a Loving God, sharing the good and the bad experiences of life.

We invite you to join us for fellowship on Sunday mornings, or at one of our gatherings during the week. We want to share with you what we have, and offer to journey together in our faith with hope and love.

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The St Michael’s O/35 Football Club is based in Lane Cove and plays in the Northern Suburbs Football Association (formerly KDSA). There are close to 1400 players registered in the 5 Divisions that make up the O/35s competitions. Each year there are more and more players joining to play the “world game”.

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We are a local Anglican Church who seek to serve our community. Our core business is to know God through his Son, Jesus. Who by the power of the Holy Spirit reveals the Father to us, in His word, the Bible and also teaches us how to live and love others.  As we know him better, we also become more committed to sharing his love and expressing his heart for the welfare of all people.  At St Aidan’s, we seek to continually grow in our understanding and commitment to God, we look for ways to develop meaningful and caring relationships with each other, and we encourage one another to serve others as we support and care for those in need, or those who are powerless or oppressed.  You could join us, and become part of our journey to discover and achieve God’s purpose for our personal lives and for our church family.

 

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Address Greenwich Hospital 97-115 River Road Greenwich NSW 2065 Phone: 02 9903 8273

Stepping On is a free, informative and fun course presented by trained health professionals at Greenwich Hospital. The course aims to build confidence, improve strength and balance and reduce the risk of falls. As well as teaching strength and balance exercises, the course provides information on home hazards, safe footwear, vision difficulties and medication management.

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To maintain and enhance the general well being of the Residents and the Environment of the Stringy Bark Creek Residents Association’s area.  The association covers residents of the area bounded by Centennial Avenue, Epping Road and Mowbray Road.

The SBCRA is run by members who form a Committee and are elected annually at the Annual General Meeting. Committee Members and key roles for 2013/14 are

  • President – Frances Vissel
  • Vice President – Kylie Bryden-Smith
  • Treasurer & Memberships – Jack Winning
  • Minute Secretary – Alasdair Stuart
  • Other Committee Members – Guy Hallowes, Win Chandler & Ann Proudfoot

 

Founded in 1993, the Stringy Bark Creek Residents Association (SBCRA) was formed with a very simple focus; to help preserve and improve common welfare, traffic, health, safety, transport and most importantly the bushland and environment within the Lane Cove North Area. Our Mission Statement above states just that and it is these very values that have remained a core part of activities of the SBCRA since it was founded. The SBCRA consists of local residents who have a genuine interest in environmental protection and resident welfare.

in the Lane Cove North Area. It has been engaging local residents in this important annual event since 1996.
The SBCRA has also taken care of small things, which may pass unnoticed, but they add up to maintaining and improving the quality of life in our area such as broken footpaths, traffic and parking issues in our local streets. We even managed to extend the life of the red postal box, which alas was finally statched away from us by the Postmaster due to not enough usage!
It is thanks to the efforts of the SBCRA working in collaboration with other local organisations, that we can proudly say we have helped in the preservation of bushland pockets and helped to create a safer, cleaner neighbourhood which will benefit not just the people of today, but the children of tomorrow.

However, our job is never finished… and we will keep working on the important issues that affect our community such as the impact of development in the Mowbray Precinct and on-going maintenance and regeneration of the Batten Reserve and String Bark Creek bushland.

General/Media Enquiries
[email protected]

Membership Enquiries
[email protected]

 

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Address Lane Cove Seniors Centre 180 Longueville Road Lane Cove NSW 2066 Phone: 02 9911 3593

Tai Chi is a great way to improve fitness, muscle strength, balance and flexibility

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Address Tambourine Bay Road and Kalloroo Road Riverview NSW 2066

Tambourine Bay Park is bounded by southern end of Tambourine Bay Road and Kalloroo Road, Riverview.

This is a foreshore park on the edge of Tambourine Bay with a gentle sloping grassed area.

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Provides dementia-specific day respite for people living in the community. Offer assessment, outings and small group activities and community education about living with dementia. Transport and respite can be arranged in the lower north shore area. Saturday program for younger people with dementia.

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Address Metropolitan Baptist Church Corner of Burns Bay Road and Cullen Street Lane Cove West NSW 2066 Phone: 0434 432 175 Website: http://www.metropolitanbaptist.net.au

Looking for something fun and exciting to do on the Weekend? The come an join all your friends at the Metropolitan Baptist Church. If you are aged between 3 and 11 then we have a class full of Bible Stories, Games, Treats and Fun for you. We meet every Sunday at 9 AM (excluding school holidays). We will also give you some morning tea.

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The Willoughby Youth Brass Band is starting up with new energy. Our NEW director is Brad Lucas – a a fine Euphonium player and very experienced performer and conductor.
The Youth band will start Sunday 7th February in the Jo Ciantar Music Rooms, 9 McIntosh CHATSWOOD. Start time is 4.30 so arrive before 4.15 to help set up and then play at 4.30pm.
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