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SATURDAY MOVIE -- HIGH NOON
The Academy Award winning western High
Noon will be screened by the Tuggeranong 55
Plus Club. Gary Cooper, in his role as a conflic-
ted town marshal, is forced to choose between
love and duty. With the haunting theme and
soundtrack, this classic film is one not to be
missed. Two episodes of the serial of The
Shadow will also be shown. July 19, 2pm.
Bookings: Tuggeranong Seniors Centre, 101
Cowlishaw Street. Ph: 6293 4004.
QUEANBEYAN ART SOCIETY
The members at the Queanbeyan Art Society
are dedicated artists. An in-house exhibition
will be held by society members. Varied sub-
jects and media will combine to present a
strong and colourful exhibition. Until July 26.
Open 10am to 1.30pm daily (not Thursday
during the school holidays). 6 Trinculo Place,
Queanbeyan, just under the bridge. Ph:
6297 8181 or 0439 392 709.
TABLE TENNIS ACT
Spring Competition 2014. Entry forms due by
July 18. Come and try nights, Tuesday, July 15,
16, 22 and 23. Table Tennis Centre is located
in Kingston, corner Dawes Street and Can-
Canberra Blues Society (Inc) is a ''not-for-
profit'' collective of like-minded individuals
who are passionate about the art of traditional
and contemporary blues music. Marji Curran
Band will be hosting this month's Jam. They
will be followed by some of the finest musi-
cians in Canberra jamming together for a great
afternoon of blues music. Entry is CBS mem-
bers $3, non-members $5 . July 20, 2pm. The
Harmonie German Club, Narrabundah.
GUNGAHLIN DAY VIEW CLUB
The club is celebrating its 15-year anniversary
of great food, fun, friendship and fantastic
speakers. Gold Creek School Vocal Group will
be providing entertainment. $30 for a two
course meal, coffee and cake. Visitors very
welcome. July 23, 11.30am. Functions@
Federation, Gold Creek Village, Nicholls.
Ph: 6262 3317. RSVP by July 21.
Over 50? Like to sing? Then come and join the
Woden Seniors Club on Monday morning. No
auditions. Club membership is $10 per an-
num, and $5 per session. Next meeting July
21, 10am-noon. Woden Seniors Club, Corinna
Street Phillip. Ph: 6292 6222.
THE CWA CANBERRA
The Country Women's Association Canberra
Branch is hosting their ever popular our Winter
Warming Lunch. Enjoy a variety of tasty home-
made hot soups with crusty bread, followed by
a delicious selection of cakes ser ved with tea
or coffee for $12. July 25, noon-2pm. CWA
rooms, 8 Barry Drive City.
INTERNATIONAL DANCE WORKSHOP
Renowned Dutch dance teacher Andre van de
Plas will be coming to Canberra to hold a dance
workshop. This is a great opportunity to meet
with fellow folk dancers and learn exciting new
dances from a wide variety of countries. Last
year Andre brought us dances from Romania,
Bulgaria, Greece, Israel, Turkey and France.
Everyone is welcome and assured of an enjoy-
able night. A small plate of supper to share
would be appreciated. Cost is $18. July 28,
7pm-10pm. Folk Dance Canberra Hall, 114
Maitland Street, Hackett. Ph: 6241 2941.
The Belconnen Branch of the Country
Women's Association of NSW is holding an
exhibition of photographs of older Canberrans
enjoying life, maintaining an active and healthy
lifestyle, interacting with their grandchildren.
Guest speaker is Lindsay Burge from the ACT
Government's Community Participation
Group. Supported by the ACT Government for
Ageing. July 28, 11am. Ph: 6255 3141.
gmail.com. RSVP by July 25.
SENIORS -- CANBERRA STH BRANCH
The Canberra South Branch will hold its next
monthly soon. The speaker will be Pete Halsey
from the ACT Deafness Resource Centre who
will talk about the Ser vices and Support avail-
able from the Centre. Those who are not NSA
members are also welcome to attend. July 30,
10.30am. The Weston Creek Labor Club in
INTRODUCTION TO TAI CHI
Tai chi is an ancient practice proven to reduce
pain and improve your mental and physical
well-being. It is a low impact exercise that
improves strength, flexibility and balance.
Routines are safe, easy to learn and suitable
for every fitness level. Starts Friday, August
15, 2014 (six weekly sessions). Total cost for
Arthritis ACT Members is $20, non-members
$40, Gungahlin Community Centre,
10.30-11.30am. Ph: 6288 4244. Email:
Public speaking and presentation skills work-
shop on aspects of effective communication.
August 19, 5.30pm. Free for visitors. Ainslie
Football Club, Wakefield Avenue, Ainslie.
Ph: 0432 084 123. Email: alison.gouws@
gmail.com. Visit: ainslie.toastmastersclubs.
Do you want to become a better communicat-
or? Do you need help to achieve your potential
as a leader? Toastmasters is the world's
largest organisation dedicated to helping peo-
ple achieve their potential, by developing
members' communication and leadership.Th-
ere are Toastmasters clubs that meet at ven-
ues all over Canberra and in Queanbeyan.
There are clubs that meet early mornings,
lunch time, and evenings. To find a club that
may suit your lifestyle, call 1300 653 876.
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
A Group for mostly over 45s. Activities include
dinner/dances, barbecue, cards, trips away
and much more. Ph: 6288 1589. Visit:
CANBERRA COMPANIONS GROUP
New in town, or just looking for something to
do. Then 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, week-
ends away and more. Ph: 6241 5136 or
We are a friendly social group for people over
50 who would like to meet new people in their
life. No need to be bored, idle, or hibernate in
winter time, warm up by doing activities which
are varied including dinners, lunches, barbe-
cues, walks, music venues, theatre, exhibi-
tions, movies, day trips out of Canberra and
weekends away. Ph: 6242 0840 or
THIRD CANBERRA GARDEN CLUB
The Third Canberra Garden Club meets at
10am on the third Wednesday of the month at
the National Botanic Gardens, Theatrette, dur-
ing winter. It has the most interesting guest
speakers on the gardens. From September the
club visits private gardens in Canberra and the
region. The next meeting takes place on Wed-
nesday, July 16. New members are most wel-
come. Inquiries should be made to
QUOTA CLUB OF CANBERRA
The Quota Club of Canberra invites you to join
ACT women who have been working locally to
change lives of people globally for more than
50 years. Our next meetings take place in the
Catchpole Room at the Southern Cross Club,
Jamison, on August 12 and September 9 from
6.30pm. For more information call Robyn on
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