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Ryde

Understanding your energy bill workshop

Confused by your energy bill? Not sure what you are paying for? Interested to know some simple ways you can save money on your utilities?

Come along to an informative tutorial which will take you step-by-step through your bill and identify ways you can save.

 

Date & Time

Tuesday 18 June 2019 / 10.00am – 11.00am

 Contact

City of Ryde
Phone: 9952 8222
Email: cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au

 Cost

Free. Register online

If you wish to know what happens to the personal information collected by Council when you register for one of our events, workshops or programs, please view Council’s Privacy Statement.

 Location

Ryde Library Wallumetta Room, 1 Pope Street, Ryde 2112 View Map


Blacktown

Sip & Share Book Club

Sip and share book club

Have you ever read such an awesome book that you’ve wanted to share with other people? Then come join Sip & Share, our book club where young people can share thoughts on all their favourite books, authors and genres while sipping on a free hot beverage.

Open to ages 13 – 18 only.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

When

  • Tuesday, 18 June 2019 | 04:30 PM – 05:30 PM
  • Tuesday, 23 July 2019 | 04:30 PM – 05:30 PM

Location

Our Library @ The Mount Druitt Hub, Ayres Grove, Mount Druitt 2770  View Map


Chastwood

Health Talk – Food and your Mood

Start Date & Time: Tuesday, 18 June 2019 11:00 am

End Date & Time: Tuesday, 18 June 2019 12:00 pm

Address: Beauchamp Park Pavilion, Nicholson St, Chatswood

Cost: Free

Tickets Available

Description:

Join us for this free talk on the importance of balanced nutrition in mental health. Topics covered include:

  • How does the brain work?
  • How do emotions and thoughts affect our food choices?
  • How do diets and nutritional deficiencies affect our brain?

Contact: MOSAIC on 02 9777 7949 or email mosaic@willoughby.nsw.gov.au


CITY

Vegan High Tea

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Lavish in a signature Vegan High Tea by Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

Executive Chef Boris Cuzon is proud to present Sofitel’s new Vegan High Tea. The high tea encompassess Boris Cuzons clean food philosophy and combines a classic and innovative cooking technique to give locally sourced plant-based ingredients a creative makeover.

Be delighted with an array of sweet and savoury delights like currant & blueberry scones, roasted vegetable panini and spinach, mushroom tofu quiche fusing local ingredients with some experienced techniques. It’s not everyday you get to sit down in Sydney’s first luxury 5-star French hotel and lavish in a decadent Vegan high tea so don’t miss out!

Where

61-101 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

When

Every day, 10am to 4pm

Monday 13 May to Sunday 30 June 2019

Cost

High tea price: $59.00

Book tickets

More Info

Website 
Phone 02 9228 9188 
Facebook 
Instagram 
Hashtag: #SofitelSydneyWentworth 

KU-RING-GIA

Solar and battery storage talk June 2019

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Event details

Council Event

For : Everyone
When:
Tue

18 Jun 2019 at  6:00 PM  -8:00 PM

Where: Ku-ring-gai Council Chambers
818  Pacific Highway, Gordon
Contact details:

Contact Person: Sustainability Team
Telephone: 9424 0893
Email: sustainability@kmc.nsw.gov.au
Website: N/A
Cost: Free

About

Learn all you need to know when considering a solar power system to ensure you get a system that is best value for you and your household.

This talk from solar industry expert James Martin II will cover topics such as the different solar technologies available, the impact of shading, how to find a reputable installer, how to find the right size system for best value and recent developments in home power storage (batteries).

How to book

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PARRAMATTA

HISTORIC DAIRY TOUR

Grab this chance to explore one of Australia’s oldest buildings. Take an exclusive tour at the Dairy Precinct in Parramatta Park to delve into the site’s fascinating stories and uncover its historical, social and architectural importance to Australia.  Examine original construction details, including lathe and plaster walls, colonial brickwork and a shingle roof.

The Dairy Cottage is located on the site on the first Government Farm.  Built in 1796, it was home to George Salter, an ex-convict turned cattleman.  It later became part of Governor Macquarie’s Domain, now included on the World Heritage list.

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