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Community groups can apply for funding for projects that meet local priority needs. There will be an information session and submission writing workshop on 14 February. ClubGRANTS funding is provided to a range of projects including services for:

Close up view of young people putting their hands together. Friends with stack of hands showing unity and teamwork.

Diversity & Disability Alliance
From Bystander to Ally
29 March 2018, 10.00am-12.00pm
Fairfield Youth Centre, 55 Vine St, Fairfield

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The multilingual children’s bookstore is the only one of its kind in the western Sydney suburb – the only bookstore, that is. The area hasn’t had a bookshop at all since Angus and Robertson turned its back on bricks-and-mortar outlets, and Kmart aside, the closest storefronts dedicated to all things literary are over in Parramatta.

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Fairfield City Council
Seniors Week
4–15 April 2018
Various locations

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Fairfield City Open Libraries will be hosting a series of business seminars and workshops during March. The workshops will take place at Whtlam Library, Cabramatta, and cover a range of topics including crowdfunding, record keeping, social media, and legal issues.

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Fairfield City Council
Easter Community Event
7 April 2018, 2.00pm–9.30pm
Gracepoint Presbyterian Church, 14–16 Bibbys Pl, Bonnyrigg

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Cancer Council NSW
Healthy Lunch Box Session
21 March 2018, .4.00pm–5.00pm
Stockland Mall, Polding St, Wetherill Park

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Bring It On! Festival is a free music, sporting and arts festival that attracts thousands of people to Fairfield Showground in April each year. It is the biggest event of Fairfield City Council’s National Youth Week program. This year, the festival will include several Connections Training workshops

Woman watering garden with red watering can

Fairfield City Museum and Gallery is looking for volunteers who can come in once a week for two to three hours to help take care of the Museum's garden. The role involves performing small tasks such as watering the plants and some basic weeding.