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North Richmond Youth Project / Hawkesbury City Council
Hawkesbury YouthFest 2017
7 April 2017, 4.00pm–8.00pm
Richmond Park, Richmond

Left-handed boy lying on the floor and drawing with pencils

The Hawkesbury Library Service is offering a range of fun and creative activities for children during the Easter school holidays. The activities on offer include a superheroes and villains drawing workshop, making an Easter egg canister, building Meccano machines and creating sun catchers. 

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The 2017 Hawkesbury Youth Summit Survey is a chance for young people aged 12–25 to have their say about the issues they face living, studying or working in the Hawkesbury. All young people with a valid e-mail address are invited to respond to the survey. The results will become a focus of forums and activities at the Youth Summit

Group of children forming glasses with their fingers around their eyes

Family and Carer Mental Health Program NSW/Uniting Recovery
COPMI Smiles Program
10–12 April 2017, 9.30am–3.00pm
St Nicholas of Myra Church Hall, 326 High St, Penrith

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My Choice Matters
Get More Skills: Good Life Workshop
30 March 2017, 10.00am–2.30pm
Windsor Function Centre, 2 Dight St, Windsor

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Applications are now open for the Hawesbury ClubGRANTS program. This community development funding program is sponsored by local registered clubs and coordinated by Hawkesbury City Council. The scheme offers funding for projects and organisations in the areas of community welfare and social services, community development,

Older lady holding carer's hand and smiling

Can you spare two hours a week? In just two hours, once each week, you can make a huge difference to the life of a frail older person with social home visiting and outings. No personal care is involved and full training will be provided to all volunteers. Hawkesbury Neighbour Aid also needs volunteer bus drivers for outings.