Sydney events for the Family, Disability friendly and Seniors – February & March 2017

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Saksham’s Magical Madness

2.30pm Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 February 2017

Pennant Hills Community Centre

In 2016 Saksham astonished and amazed the audience and the judges at Kuringai’s Got Talent, and took home the winning prize!  The judges said that he was “born to do this” and the Hornsby Advocate said that he “owned the stage”.  Since then the Turramurra High School student has performed his magic act for various organisations and at multiple events.  Saksham is incredibly charismatic and his magic performance is both engaging, entertaining and funny.  We definitely recommend going along to his show with your friends and family.  The Hall is disability access friendly.  Mat, Jenna and some of the Home Care Heroes team will be attending on Sunday 26 March, we will see you there!

https://www.facebook.com/events/372509783087444/

 

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The Premier’s Gala Concerts

Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 March 2017

International Convention Centre Sydney Theatre at Darling Harbour

Celebrating some of the greatest hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.   Showcasing everything from enchanting love songs to Rock N Roll hits from classic artists like Roy Orbison, the Four Seasons, Etta James, the Righteous Brothers, the Bee Gees, and ABBA. Audiences will be thrilled with an extravaganza featuring some of Australia’s finest voices including Andrew O’Keefe, Kate Ceberano, Damien Leith, Boys in the Band and The Diamonds.

http://www.nswseniorsweek.com.au/events/gala_concerts

 

castle hill museum

Museum Discovery Centre Castle Hill
Tuesday 28 Feb 2017
Marian Street Theatre:  2  Marian Street, Killara

Inside the Museum you will find exquisite treasures, with hundreds of unique items on display for you to explore.  Enjoy the extensive walking tour (approximately 1 & 1/2 hours) and a trip down memory lane.  We will then drive to Castle Hill RSL for lunch.  You can choose from the café or their restaurant.v  Bus departs Marian Street Theatre Killara at 9am returning approximately 5pm.  Bus pick up from both the car park and front of the Theatre on Marian Street. Parking is available behind the Theatre.

Cost includes transport, morning tea, entry and tour of the museum.  Lunch at Castle Hill RSL at own expense.

sailability
Sailability – Come and Try Day
11:00AM until 04:00PM
Sydney International Regatta Centre (Entry to the Centre is via Gate A, Old Castlereagh Rd, Penrith)
Come ’N’ Try sailing and head out onto the lake with Sailability Penrith Lakes. Located at Boat Shed 3 at the Sydney International Regatta Centre, Sailability Penrith Lakes has one, two and four person yachts for group hire and can accommodate people with a disability.

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