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Library can help get your book club started

Library can help get your book club started

If you run, or would like to start, your own book club, Narellan Library can help you out with Book Club Kits! The kits include 10 copies of a book, with the choice of fiction, non-fiction and biographies. There’s also a set of discussion questions to help your group get the conversation started and the DVD of the film adaptation, when available.  Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, said as long as the book club had at least one library member, the group could register and borrow the kits.  “From Anh Do’s The Happiest Refugee: A Memoir to John Green’s… Read more »

Kings of Country: brilliant tribute to Cash, Nelson and Denver

Kings of Country: brilliant tribute to Cash, Nelson and Denver

The Kings of Country is a remarkable tribute to three of the biggest country music legends of all time. The show, which is returning to our shores this month direct from the USA, offers fans a unique opportunity to experience the music of three amazing artists in one night. Philip Bauer, Michael Moore and Ted Vigil are the Kings of Country. Bauer who is instantly recognizable as the Man in Black, has been recreating the look and sound of Johnny Cash for over a decade. With all the moves, patter and sound that personifies American country music, Bauer is recognized… Read more »

Music legend Lonnie Lee to pop in for a chat on local radio

Music legend Lonnie Lee to pop in for a chat on local radio

Lonnie Lee is a pioneer of Australian rockabilly music. At the peak of his career Lee, pictured above, had eight Top 100 singles, including three Top 20s with hits such as Starlight Star Bright, I Found a New Love and Aint It So. Over the years he has appeared on some of the great music shows on Australian TV, including Bandstand and Six O’clock Rock. In the 1960s Lee toured the UK and the USA, before staying a while writing and recording in America. In 1961 he was awarded the Golden Mike Award as Australia’s most popular recording star.  Lee has released… Read more »

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Paramor art prize winner to pocket $20,000

A new art prize of $20,000 has been named after the celebrated female artist Wendy Paramor, who spent part of her life in Liverpool. The inaugural Paramor prize: Art + innovation is part of a range of new annual art awards in Liverpool which start from early in 2015. ARead more »


It’s all happening in the library

Liverpool City Library is offering a broad range of events this month, from a lecture on Australian WWII aviation, a talk by a home-grown champion swimmer about her fascinating life journey and international success, to a poetry exhibition featuring the talents of local Liverpool students. Liverpool City Mayor Ned MannounRead more »

men's shed

Men’s shed gets a permanent home

The Liverpool district men’s shed has finally got a permanent home. It’s at 31 Shepherd Street, Liverpool, and will be officially opened on Saturday, December 13, from noon. There will be a ribbon cutting, an opportunity to take a tour, meet some of the members and find out what theRead more »

Gloria's Handbag

Gloria’s Handbag has a message for the future

Has it been a while since you’ve seen a live play? Or perhaps you’re just in the mood for a good laugh. If this is the case, make sure you catch a special performance of the acclaimed Gloria’s Handbag on Tuesday, November 18 at Liverpool City Library. It is 2021Read more »

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Enjoy all the fun of the street fair

Be a trapeze artist, join an interactive story-telling experience where theatre and magic combine, or get ready to sail the seven seas in a music extravaganza like no other. It’s all part of the entertainment line-up and fun activities in store for this year’s Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Street FairRead more »

Fisher's Gig

Stonefield to rock Fisher’s Gig tonight

Billed as south west Sydney’s biggest all ages, free outdoor music event, this year’s Fisher’s Gig boasts exciting headliner acts supported by an electrifying line-up of young, homegrown talent that is set to rock Bradbury Oval as part of Campbelltown City Council’s annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost. A drug andRead more »

Fisher's Kids

Check out Fisher’s Kids at sculpture garden

Campbelltown Arts Centre’s Sculpture Garden will be transformed into a creative play area for youngsters when Fisher’s Kids returns bigger and better than ever tomorrow, Sunday, November 2. A highlight of Campbelltown City Council’s annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost, Fisher’s Kids is a free event designed to give children aRead more »

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Funding to boost arts education for youth

THE Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre has been successful in their application for funding of $150,000 from the Western Sydney Arts Initiative. Liverpool City Council chief executive officer Car Wulff says the funding is for a two year period and will go towards Casula Powerhouse’s arts education program. “The funding receivedRead more »


Hit the road with the Happiness Cycle

Liverpool Council says it is proud to support The Happiness Cycle, a Coca-Cola Initiative presented in partnership with the Bicycle Network designed to get young people riding and moving. Three-hundred bikes will be given out to eligible young people, so get in quick and register now! All registered participants areRead more »


Primary school kids to check out our brilliant wildlife

Three primary school classes will have the opportunity to interact with some of our country’s stunning wildlife when Taronga Zoo brings their Zoomobile to the Georges River Environmental Education Centre this Friday, October 24. The competition, initiated by 702 ABC Sydney Breakfast presenter, Robbie Buck, required primary school children toRead more »

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