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Published on 25 September 2024
Details of the local activities on offer during the school holidays this spring.
Published on 26 September 2023
The Labour Day public holiday is on Monday 2 October 2023.
Published on 15 September 2023
Experts from SAPOL will provide advice on how to protect yourself online.
Published on 12 September 2023
To celebrate Nature Festival 2023, we're having a big beautiful slide show on the Hamra Centre Library window projection screens.
Published on 04 September 2023
The newly transformed Breakout Creek is set to open to the community in the near future.
Deputy CEO Angelo Catinari will take on the role of CEO starting 2024.
The time is now to nominate a great local.
Published on 31 August 2023
Reuse, recycle and re-purpose to create decorations for this year's tree.
Published on 30 August 2023
Council is currently consulting on its Code of Practice - Access to Meetings and Documents.
26 September 2023
Selling second hand books and DVDs with nothing over $3.
Tagged as: , Community
See artworks by primary, secondary and tertiary students that raise awareness about issues affecting refugees.
Tagged as: , Auditorium Gallery, Get With the Program, School Holiday Program
A free, fun and friendly group.
Tagged as: , Adults
If you love music and want to have fun as you exercise - then fit ball drumming is for you!
Tagged as: , Council Active Ageing, Community, Health and welfare, Plympton Community Centre, Seniors, Booked out
Try lawn bowls and be active.
Tagged as: , Active Ageing, Adults, Sports and fitness
Networking and fundraising meetings for professional people every Tuesday.
Tagged as: , Adults, Community, Seniors
A place to receive help, make social connections and assist others.
27 September 2023
This reading group is for post-beginners to pre-intermediate learners of English.
Tagged as: , Adults, Library, Seniors
Enjoy stories, songs and crafts. Recommended for pre-school aged children, 3 - 5 years old.
Tagged as: , Children 0 - 5, Library
A free, self help group for people who want to share their sewing skills with others. Machines are available and members work on their own projects or produce garments for charities – as they prefer.
Tagged as: , Lifestyle Programs, Plympton Community Centre, Seniors, Special interest
Are you 12-17 years and love reading? Then come to our Youth Book Club!
Tagged as: , Library, Youth 12 - 17
1 Brooker Terrace, Hilton SA 5033. ph: (08) 8416 6228
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