Cultural Information / Events / Training

Western Suburbs Orchid Society Display at Liverpool Plaza

Liverpool Plaza management have invited Western Suburbs Orchid Society to mount a display at the new Liverpool Plaza in July. There will be a number of plants for sale as well as a spectacular display.

Western Suburbs Orchid Society is one of Sydney’s oldest Orchid societies (over 80 years) with over 120 members and regular shows at a number of shopping centres.

Orchids are one of the world’s most popular flowers with hundreds of varieties and over 25 active Orchid societies in and around Sydney. Growing Orchids is a major hobby with thousands of fans all over Australia. This is a fantastic opportunity for Liverpool residents to learn about Orchids from experts while visiting the Plaza.

The show will run for three days, Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July. Don’t miss this opportunity to see and buy some beautiful plants.

For more information feel free to visit the Orchid Society website at http://wsorchidsociety.com or liverpoolplaza.com.au

Cultural Mindfullness Training

This series of powerful training workshops. they will take you on a Journey of mindfulness and self -reflection. they will teach you how to harness the power of emotional Intelligence and mitigate power imbalances. They will empower you to walk alongside and In closer partnership with the divers. communities whom you serve.

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Exciting New Community Programs Coming to the GREEK Community Club Club in May, 2019

Great activities for our seniors that speak Greek (see attached)

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Part-time evening course for existing workers in the community services sector

flier from TAFE NSW

Arabic DVD to support the conversation on Organ and Tissue donation

Forty per cent of Arabic speaking people in NSW reside in south western Sydney however, religious and cultural issues can prove to be barriers against organ donation. In this video watch families, faith and community leaders and medical practitioners speak about their views regarding organ and tissue donation in an effort to break down the myths and barriers in the Arabic community