Older couple playing chess on couch

Relationships Australia is running a variety of groups during Term 1. The groups range in duration from 1 week to 18 weeks and cover a range of topics, including reducing stress, managing anger, parenting and couples communication. Some groups require a pre-group interview.

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Parramatta Heritage & Visitor Information Centre is hosting a range of events in the coming months. Come along for guided tours, a host of school holiday activities for kids and much more.

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Headspace
Out West social group for LGBTIQA+ young people
Fortnightly on Wednesdays, 6.00pm–8.00pm
headspace Parramatta, 2 Wentworth St, Parramatta

Fireworks

Celebrate Australia Day in Parramatta on 26 January. The day will be packed with a fantastic range of activities for all ages, including a hot air balloon display in the morning, the Carnivale classic car display, a Hottest 100 countdown live music event, a BBQ Battle, fireworks and a huge variety of family activities.

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Tropfest
17 February 2018
Parramatta Park, Pitt St & Macquarie St, Parramatta

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Join City of Parramatta’s Bushcare Team for a range of outdoors events in early 2018. Events are available for people of all ages, including children and toddlers. Come along for evening walks, morning toddles and interactive information sessions on a range of topics. 

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City of Parramatta Art Society Inc
Mosaic: LGBTIQ Artists of Western Sydney
23 February–9 March 2018
City of Parramatta Art Society Gallery, 6 Hunter St, Parramatta

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The Anchor/Uniting
Connect Youth Group: For high-school aged young men whose parents are separated
8 February–5 April 2018, 4.00pm–5.30pm
Uniting Counselling and Mediation, Level 6, 146 Marsden St, Parramatta

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Parramatta will host a range of events as part of the 2018 Sydney Festival, which runs from 6 to 28 January. Events include Aboriginal language classes, circus skills workshops for all ages, acrobatic performances and a symphony performance under the stars.