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GET CREATIVE: Children can also enjoy free workshops every Saturday and Sunday at your local Bunnings.

GET CREATIVE: Children can also enjoy free workshops every Saturday and Sunday at your local Bunnings.

MORNING TEA: At St Andrews Uniting Church, corner of Garfield Road and Oxford Street, Riverstone on Tuesday, March 28 from 9.30am. Free. Guest speaker will be Mohamed Keyman from the health promotion unit of Blacktown Hospital.

BINGO NIGHT:  Riding for the Disabled’s Tall Timbers is holding a fundraising night, 6.30pm on Saturday, April 1, in the amenities building, 125 Old Pitt Town Road, Box Hill. Lots of great prizes. Tickets are $5 which includes light refreshments. Book: 9679 1246 or 4572 3116.

DURAL AND DISTRICTS: Senior Citizens’ Club members meet every Wednesday from 11am at Dural Country Club to enjoy good fellowship with other senior citizens. Details: Carol, 8801 1395.

DO IT YOURSELF: Learn a range of handy DIY tips to tackle your next project during April at Bunnings Warehouse McGraths Hill and Bunnings Warehouse Rouse Hill. Free adult workshops covering many project areas are held every Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm. Children can also enjoy free workshops every Saturday and Sunday which offer them a chance to get creative during the school holidays. Details: 4587 6700 (McGraths Hill) or 9679 4300 (Rouse Hill).

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