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Saturday 15 September 2018

The Annual Wamboin Bonfire and Fireworks Night

It's on again at the Wamboin Community Centre! The annual WCA bonfire and fireworks display provides that unique opportunity to engage in conversation with other community members and partake of the many culinary delights prepared by local community groups, while enjoying the always spectacular display of fireworks.

Support local community groups, including Wamboin Community Association, Church, Fire Brigade, Wonderful Women of Wamboin, Pony Club, Play Group, Sutton School - with their traditional Stalls of Hot Dogs, Gluhwein, Soups, Chips, Steak Sangers, Bacon Egg Sangers, Pies, Baked Spuds, Curry Platters, Glo Sticks, Soft Drinks, Tea, Wagonga Coffee and other Beverages.

Food and drinks available from 5.30 pm, bonfire lit at 6.33 pm, followed by fireworks at 7.03 pm precisely!

Adults $5, Children $2, Family $10.

This is a major fundraising effort for many of our community groups, so please mark the event in your diary now, and plan to come along and enjoy this social event with your friends and neighbours.

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Tuesday 18 September 2018

WCA Spring Talks Series, 2018
Talk #1 "The QPRC Animal Management Services Talk"

Kicking off the Spring Talks Series 2018 we are looking forward to meeting members of Council’s Animal Management Services Team.

The Animal Management Officers will explain their role, how the Queanbeyan Pound works, how and when to contact them if you have a question or need their help and of course answer your questions.

The talks will be preceded by a short meeting of the WCA, and will be followed by refreshments and an opportunity to meet the guest speakers and more of your neighbours, and importantly, get to know what’s really going on in your community - it's where we all live!

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Tuesday 16 October 2018

WCA Spring Talks Series, 2018
Talk #2 "The Police Talk"

Our local Bungendore Police Team will talk about their work and answer your questions about all manner of local issues—from what we and they can do about poor driver behaviour to how to minimise your chances of being burgled—come along to listen and ask questions.

The talks will be preceded by a short meeting of the WCA, and will be followed by refreshments and an opportunity to speak to the presenters, meet more of your neighbours and get to know what’s really going on in your community - it's where we all live!

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How to get your own event added to this site

If you would like your community event listed on the WCA Web site, please send an email with the relevant details to the WCA Webmaster at webmaster@wamboincommunity.asn.au




08-08-2017