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CANBERRA INTERNATIONAL FOLK
Offers dances from around the world at all skill
levels. No partner required. Cost $10 (first three
nights free). Every Wednesday, 7.45pm-10.15pm.
Yarralumla Uniting Church Hall, Denman Street,
Yarralumla. Ph: 6288 6138 or
ROTARY TRIVIA NIGHT FUNDRAISER
AND SILENT AUCTION
The Rotary Club of Canberra Sunrise is holding its
annual trivia night and silent auction, compered by
Andrea Ho from the ABC. The beneficiary of the
event will be TADACT (Technical Aid to the Disabled
ACT), a non-profit organisation that specialises in
creating or modifying equipment for people with
disabilities. Lots of prizes to be won. Tickets $25
with bookings essential. February 27, 7pm.
National Press Club, 16 National Circuit, Barton.
A friendly bunch of women and men who enjoy
singing gospel, folk and popular songs. No
auditions and lots of support. $100 yearly
membership. Wednesdays 7.30pm-9.30pm at St
George's Church Hall, 67 Pethebridge Street,
Pearce. Just turn up or call Suzanne on
0403 677 495 or visit gospelfolk.com.au.
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
A group for mostly over 45s. Activities include
dinner and dances, barbecues, cards, trips away
and much more. Contact Sue, ph: 6288 1589 or
CANBERRA COMPANIONS SOCIAL
New in town, or just looking for something to do.
Why not join an active over-50s group of men and
women who enjoy activities such as folk music,
movies, restaurant dinners, lunch in the
surrounding country towns, weekends away and
more. Ph: 6241 5136 or 6254 7206.
SUPPORT FOR WOMEN WITH AUTISM
This monthly women's support group offers an
opportunity for participants to discuss issues
around life with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
The group explores topics such as employment,
diagnosis, friendships, creativity and family
relationships. The group also hosts guest
speakers who share their knowledge on matters
related to life with ASD or parenting a daughter with
an ASD. The group meets on the first Monday of
every month, 7.30pm-9pm. New members are
always welcome. If you would like to participate, or
know of someone who may be interested, please
call Autism Asperger Association
(AACT): 6176 0514 or
PUPPY AND DOG TRAINING
The next ACT Companion Dog Club in Symonston
training classes are starting soon. In a year of
training with your dog you will learn exciting new
things from our knowledgeable instructors to help
you to have an obedient pet. You will also get to
socialise your dog and meet some fantastic
people. $225 for one year of classes. For details
visit: actcdc.org.au or ph: 6295 7764 between
10am and 1pm, Monday to Friday.
Looking for enjoyable physical activity with music
and good company? Folk dance may be for you.
Morning and evening classes are available for
beginners and more advanced dancers, all run by
trained teachers during school terms. Cost is
$10.50 a session. 114 Maitland Street, Hackett.
For times and more information contact
Maria: 6231 4472,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
DAYLIGHT MODEL RAILWAY GROUP
Ideal for all those interested in building and running
model railways, the club covers all things model
railway-related. Every Tuesday morning except
January and December, 9.30am-1pm. University of
Canberra Kaleen High School, 104 Baldwin Drive,
Kaleen. Ph: 6166 2166 or visit: canberra-model-
PC USERS GROUP
The PC Users Group provides the opportunity to
discuss and resolve all sorts of computer issues,
with various groups offering discussion of
computer topics at various levels. The group also
offers training courses from absolute beginners
onwards. Ph: 1800 728 853 or visit: pcug.org.au/
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