Multicultural Youth Networking Night

Bankstown Council and The Community Relations Commission would like to invite you to attend a Multicultural Youth Networking Night on 30 October at Bankstown Arts Centre from 6-8pm.

The event is ideal for young people aged 15-25 years; however would still be suitable for those younger or older.

The aim of the night is to provide an opportunity for young people to meet other interesting, engaged youth in the area, and establish ongoing relationships or partnerships.

The night will include free dinner, entertainment, and also a youth panel who will be speaking about some youth programs they have initiated across the Western Sydney Area. You can hear about Bankstown’s Youth Advisory Committee, the Bankstown Poetry Slam, Hybrid Formz break dancing crew, plus MUCH MORE!

So if you’re an interested young person, keen to hear new ideas, get involved in your community, voice your opinions and share some ideas – please join us!


Email to register your attendance


Dates & Times

Wednesday 29 October 2014 | 10.30 AM   AND   12.00 PM

Join our Campsie Library craft group for 2 special ‘Create-A-Card’ workshops.

Ann will teach you how to make beautiful cards to send to all your friends and family for Christmas.




Contact Name: Greg Roberts
Telephone: 02 97899424


14-28 Amy St Campsie NSW 2194

Ewen Park Working Bee

Community Tree Planting

Dates & Times

Sunday 19 October 2014 | 3.30 PM
Sunday 19 October 2014 | 5.30 PM

Join the Friends of Ewen Park and Mudcrab volunteers with weeding and planting.

Meet on the pedestrian/cycle path on the Cooks River, behind the main playing field.

Please wear closed shoes, sun protection and bring gloves and water. Tools and morning tea provided.




Contact Name: Nell Graham
Telephone: 9789 9422


Ewen Park
Tennent Parade Hurlstone Park NSW 2193

I’m a Girl Film Screening

16 October 2014 – 11:00AM

Venue: Bankstown Arts Centre

Presented by: BYDS/ Bankstown City Council


“There is a group of people in the world today who are more persecuted than anyone else, but they are not political or religious activists. They are girls. Being born a girl means you are more likely to be subjected to violence, disease, poverty and disadvantage than any other group on the planet. As each girl moves closer to coming of age, I AM A GIRL, a feature length documentary, reveals what it means to grow up female in the 21st century. BYDS in partnership with Bankstown City Council will be holding a screening of this movie at the Bankstown Arts Centre on the 16th of October from 11am – 12pm. The screening is free but bookings are necessary which can be made at

  • Start On : Thursday 16 October 2014
  • Start Time 11:00 AM
  • End On : Thursday 16 October 2014
  • End Time 02:00 PM
  • No of seats: 150
  • Organiser: BYDS/ Bankstown City Council
  • Telephone: 97079863

Twilight Tune Up

Bike Spokes

Dates & Times

Wednesday 15 October 2014 | 4.00 PM
Wednesday 15 October 2014 | 6.15 PM
Venue: Ewen Park

It’s Ride2Work Day on October 15th and Canterbury residents are invited to bring their bicycles down for a FREE basic bicycle tune up.

As spring and summer approaches,  it is important to check that your bike is safe and ready to ride on the road.

There will also be bicycle equipment giveaways that will include bells in a variety of colours and fluro strips for riding at night.

Council’s Road Safety Officer will be assisiting on the day and can help answer any questions that you may have about riding safely on the road or any other bicycle or road safety concern.

No bookings are required. Please bring your bike and come on down!

This event is proudly brought to you by Canterbury Cares Mental Health and Wellbeing Program.




Contact Name: Jordan
Telephone: 9789 9488


Ewen Park
Ewen Park (on cycleway next to Foord Avenue) Hurlstone Park NSW 2193

EarthWorks Sustainable Living Course

Photo of a small garden

Dates & Times

Tuesday 14 October 2014 | 2.00 PM
Thursday 16 October 2014 | 2.00 PM
Tuesday 21 October 2014 | 2.00 PM
Thursday 23 October 2014 | 2.00 PM
Saturday 25 October 2014 | 9.30 AM

Living sustainably is becoming increasingly important as we seek to preserve our precious resources and safeguard our environment for future generations.

Earthworks is an interesting, informative and hands-on course that identifies how we can reduce the amount of waste we send to landfill, eliminate nasty chemicals from our homes and live more sustainably in our daily lives.

You will learn how to reduce, reuse and recycle waste, and also learn about wormfarming, composting and no-dig gardens. We will investigate the waste hierarchy and discuss how to reduce your water and energy use. Discover how to live more sustainably, improve the health of your local environment and your home. Learn how to identify and then eliminate harmful chemicals and cleaning products used around your home.

Course program & schedule

  • Tuesday 14th October. (2pm – 4pm) — Waste and Recycling
  • Thursday 16th October (2pm – 4pm) — Energy and Water
  • Tuesday 21st October. (2pm – 4pm) — Smart Shopping and Green Cleaning
  • Thursday 23rd October (2pm – 4pm) — Spread the word
  • Saturday 25th October (9:30am – 11:30am) — Composting, Wormfarming and No dig gardening

Held at the Carrington Centre, 2 Carrington Square, Campsie 2194.

Receive a free worm farm or compost bin

Residents of the City of Canterbury who attend 4 of the 5 sessions receive a free worm farm or compost bin.


Earthworks is a FREE course, but bookings are essential.


Contact Name: Waste Education Officer, Matthew Davis
Telephone: 9789 9485


Carrington Centre
2 Carrington Square Campsie NSW 2194

Wellbeing Workshop for Carers

Canterbury Cares Logo

Dates & Times

Friday 10 October 2014 | 10.00 AM
Friday 10 October 2014 | 2.00 PM

Interactive exercises where participants massage one another and learn about self-care (nutrition, stress and relaxation techniques).


Free community event — bookings required.


Contact Name: Almarza
Telephone: 9641 7081


Canterbury Leagues Club