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Sunday, January 19, 2020
Late Night Chemists

Late Night Chemists | Greater Parramatta Region

It's Murphy's Law that your kids (or you) will get sick at night and you'll find yourself out of whatever medicine you need. To...
Christmas light displays

Christmas Light Displays – Top Picks, Map, Listing | Greater Parramatta Region

There's something very magical about Christmas lights, particularly with kids. And we are very fortunate to have some awesome local displays! | Top Picks |...
Hacks and Tips for Keeping Your Family Cool

Hacks and Tips for Keeping Your Family Cool On A Hot Day

Yuck, we are about to experience days with temperatures over 40 degrees! During such hot weather, there are some standard things you should do: ...
City of Parramatta's Christmas Gift Appeal

Ultimate Christmas Guide 2019 | Parramatta Region

Ho Ho Ho...it's only over a month to go until Santa comes down the chimney! As a Christmas gift from us to you, we've...
Canoelands Orchard

Canoelands Orchard – Pick Your Own Nectarines and Peaches [FINISHED]

We love visiting an authentic, family run farm. One where the kids can get a hands-on experience of where their food comes from. And...
Starting Kindy

School Readiness – Hints and Tips for Parents

Exciting times are ahead, with 100 days to go until the start of the 2020 kindy class! And chances are you are a mix...
Parramatta Women’s Shelter will open its doors for the first time this October. The new refuge will provide crisis accommodation for women and their children. The Shelter can welcome three large families at a time, meeting a real need in the community. “IT CAN BE TOUGH TO FIND A SAFE PLACE TO STAY IN A HURRY FOR MUMS WITH A FEW KIDS WHO ARE ESCAPING FAMILY VIOLENCE,” SAID BOARD CHAIR LIZ SCULLY. Sadly, there are 56,000 homeless women in Australia every night. One in two women who seek crisis accommodation is turned away. Domestic and family violence is the main reason for women’s homelessness. And incredibly, it's the leading preventable cause of death and injury for women aged between 15 and 44. The Parramatta Women's Shelter is part of the Women’s Community Shelters Network.  Initial funding of $50,000 was raised by the Wentworth Point Community Action. This fantastic contribution was then matched by the City of Parramatta Council. The PAYCE Foundation has also backed the project by donating the use of two houses in the region. And additional support has been received from the Sisters of Mercy Parramatta and the OLMC Parramatta Mercy Tree appeal. To support the Parramatta Women's Shelter, you can make a donation or follow them on Facebook. High Tea for Parramatta Women's Shelter

Place for Homeless Women in Parramatta’s Heart

Parramatta Women’s Shelter will open its doors for the first time this October. The new refuge will provide safe crisis accommodation for women and...
Share Our Space Rydalmere PS

Share Our Space – Holiday Access to Local Schools | Parramatta Region

It may seem strange to go to school during the school holidays. But did you know that you can enjoy the playgrounds, ovals and...
National Tree Day - City of Parramatta

Parramatta’s National Tree Day | Sunday 28th July

National Tree Day brings together some of our favourite things - being out in nature, connecting with other families, getting our hands dirty and...
Street Libraries

Street Libraries – Free Neighbourhood Libraries | Parramatta Region

Street Libraries are a chance to share your pre-loved books and spread the joy of reading in your neighbourhood. The mini libraries can be planted...
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