Art with Big Boys Toys
Artist Eamon O’Toole has always had an obsession with making things.
This obsession has lead O’Toole to pursue a career in the arts as well as creating the masterpieces which feature in the Big Boys Toys exhibition at the Blacktown Arts Centre. The exhibition is open until November 16.
■ Details: 9839 6558 or artscentre.blacktown.nsw.gov.au.
Emu Heights Productions will bring the popular play, The Crucible, to the Joan from Friday, November 15.
The play is based on the witch trials in Salem.
Tickets: Cost for admission for adults is $35 adults and for students/concession $25.
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WOWFM staff vacancy
WOWFM 100.7 needs a breakfast announcer on Tuesdays, 7-10am – no experience needed as training will be provided.
Paul Russell on 9673 1222.
Santa at Plumpton
Santa Claus is coming to Plumpton Marketplace.
See Santa arrive with the Plumpton Rural Fire Brigade and a centre-wide parade at 11am on Sunday, November 17.
Mrs Claus, Rudolf, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the Static Dance Troup will also be there.
Photography will start at noon.
Plumpton Marketplace, home to Woolworths, Big W and 60 specialty stores, and is on the corner of Hyatts and Jersey roads. Plumpton.
Details: 9832 7726.
Colyton’s Kevin Maley Park has received a makeover after consultation between Penrith Council and residents.
Penrith mayor Ross Fowler said the council’s Neighbourhood Renewal team had worked closely with residents, schools and businesses to find out how to make Colyton a better place.
“One of the things that really stood out was the community’s love of the park,” Cr Fowler said.
New play equipment, a bike path, extra seating and garden areas were all community suggestions.
Artist Willurei Kirkbright worked with Bennett Road Public School students to create the mural, which captures the beauty of our local environment.
A plan also is in place to have the park’s users to work with an artist to create a piece of functional public art.
Luke Priddis funds
A fund-raiser for the Luke Priddis Foundation started by Penrith company Daylight Designs will continue until the end of November.
General manager Greg Deale used the recent Penrith Home Show to raise funds for the foundation which helps children in the autism spectrum.
“Daylight Designs donated $50 for every Solatube DS (daylighting system) sold as a direct lead from the show,” Mr Deale said.
“So if anyone contacts us as a result of seeing us at the show and has the promotion coupon, we will honour that promotion if we install a Solatube DS product.”
Details: 9725 5433.
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