The final section of work in High Street will start on Monday 13 August. These works will run from Station Street down to Henry Street (including a section of Riley Street). The road will be closed to all traffic for 5 weeks, from 13 August – 16 September. We apologise for any inconvenience this closure may cause. The work is essential and the closure is unfortunately unavoidable. Find out more: http://ow.ly/LEwe50ib67d
Do you have a great idea to transform a public place in your neighbourhood? Are you a professional artist keen to work with a community to create visual impact? Apply now for Magnetic Places and make your idea a reality! Magnetic Places is a community placemaking grants program which aims to activate public spaces with and for the local community. Find out more and apply by 31 August: http://ow.ly/RJtG50i5fEd #Creative #Community #Transformation #Grants #Local #Place
Did you know there are more trees on Earth than stars in our galaxy? Or that oxygen is a pale blue in its liquid state, and that it’s impossible to burp in space? Explore the weird and wonderful world of science with three free events at Penrith Library and the Joan in August!
We’re celebrating the Sydney Science Festival and National Science Week, with a free hands-on exhibition and 2 free talks. Find out more and book your tickets at http://ow.ly/Tklu50i7CtK #SSF18 #Science #Exploration #Wonder #Free #Event #Penrith
The next section of work in High Street will start on Monday 30 July. This will include night works at the High Street/Station Street intersection. Please note, traffic controls will be in place at this intersection from 9pm to 5am, Monday to Friday between 30 July – 24 August.
This is essential work needed to upgrade the stormwater drainage system running underneath High Street that will protect the City and local businesses from flash flooding. Find out more: http://ow.ly/Ewld50i3kfj
Car security begins at home.
Visit our Operation Bounce Back pop-up stall at Glenmore Park Shopping Centre this Wednesday 18 July from 10am-12pm, to find out how to protect yourself from becoming a victim of motor vehicle theft. #OperationBounceBack #Safety
The essential upgrade works in High Street are ongoing and on schedule, with the next section starting on Monday 16 July. From next Monday, construction will start on the north side of High Street, between Woodriff and Station Streets. Traffic conditions will also change – eastbound traffic will close and westbound traffic will reopen.
This change marks the start of the new, accelerated program of works that will see construction happening day and night to ensure completion by November 2018. Find out more: http://ow.ly/Aojw50hYg8U
Have you seen our new eLearning website? If you’re a pet owner, thinking about becoming a pet owner, or just love animals, you need to check it out now. Council’s Animal Services team have put together this fantastic website to help you learn more about your four-legged best friend, and how to take care of them responsibly. The website is free to use and you can access it anytime, anywhere. Register to start learning now: http://ow.ly/qn5e50hLOd2 #Pets #MansBestFriend #Learn #Free #Dogsofinstagram #Catsofinstagram
Join us at Jamison Park on Friday 13 July to celebrate NAIDOC Week! NAIDOC Week is an opportunity to come together as a community to celebrate our Indigenous heritage and the contribution Penrith’s Aboriginal people make in our community and across our vibrant City.
Everyone is invited to come along between 9.30am and 3pm and celebrate with a free BBQ, activities, performances and more. Find out more: http://ow.ly/dv1m50hOiUP
#BecauseofHerWeCan #NAIDOC2018 #NAIDOC #Community #Aboriginal #TorresStraitIslander #AboriginalWomen
Calling all professional digital artists and designers! Expressions of Interest for round 2 of Penrith Council’s innovative DiG Space Program are now open! The 16-week residency and mentorship program will nurture your talent and offer a bridge between education and the professional arts industry.
Apply now to be a mentor or a mentee: http://ow.ly/SmJm50hCmsx #Create #Art #Mentorship #Digital #Creativity #Design
Car security begins at home.
Visit our Operation Bounce Back pop-up stall at St Marys Village this Friday 29 June from 10am-12pm, to find out how to protect yourself from becoming a victim of motor vehicle theft. #OperationBounceBack #Safety
Are you a pet owner? Council is making it easier to learn more about caring for your four-legged friends. We’ve launched a brand new eLearning website, where you can learn all about your furry mate, from the comfort of your own home. The website is free to use, so register now to start learning: http://ow.ly/Ncdv50hLOcP #Pets #MansBestFriend #Learn #Free #Dogsofinstagram #Catsofinstagram
Join us to celebrate what makes Kingswood a great neighbourhood! Over the last few months, Kingswood locals have shared what matters to them as part of Capture Kingswood and now we’re coming together to celebrate.
Enjoy free family activities, games, food and fun from 4-6pm, Friday 22 June at Wainright Park. #CaptureKingswood #Kingswood #GoodNeighbours
Now is your chance to be part of the exciting and cutting edge DiG Space Program! Expressions of Interest for mentors and mentored creatives for round 2 are now open. Round 2 runs from 3 September – 21 December 2018. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of this 16-week residency for selected creative professionals to work with a professional mentor.
Applications close 6pm Sunday 15 July. Find out more and apply now: http://ow.ly/uei750hCmmv
Plant a tree for your Mum at Council’s annual free Mother’s Day tree planting event on Sunday 13 May.
Registrations are open to everyone and will take place between 9am-12pm at Dorothy Radford Reserve in Daniel Parade, St Clair.
Planting a tree is a wonderful opportunity to recognise your mum and the importance mothers play in our lives.
Make sure you register so we can provide enough trees for everyone. Call 4732 7559 or email firstname.lastname@example.org #penrithcitycouncil #treesformum
During this school holiday please don’t forget to take care of the most vulnerable members of the family – your pets. Please don’t leave your pets at home alone, even for one night. If at any point your pet runs away, contact Penrith Council’s Animal Services on 4732 7543.
Literary lovers are in for a treat when Penrith Library plays host to author Luke Slattery, on Wednesday 2 May between 6.30-7.30pm as part of the Sydney Writers’ Festival.
Luke, one of Australia’s foremost journalists, will talk about his new book Mrs M. An imagined history of desire, ambition, dashed dreams and a portrait of Elizabeth Macquarie, widow of disgraced former NSW Governor Lachlan Macquarie
Tickets are $5.00 and include light refreshments. Book early to make sure you don’t miss out on this special event. For more information call 4732 7891. #penrithlibrary #sydneywritersfestival2018 #sydneywritersfestival
Going away for the April school holidays? Then please don’t leave your pets at home alone, even if it’s just for one night. Take care of the most vulnerable members of the family – your pets.
If at any point your pet runs away, contact Penrith Council’s Animal Services on 4732 7543.