■On show: The Young Adults Disabled Association (YADA) will hold a Rock'n'Roll concert at Mounties on Sunday, March 10 at 2pm. Tickets cost $20 a person and $2 for children under the age of 16. Details: Contact Mounties, 9822 3555.
■Come together: A prayer service with the focus on France will be held at Miller Baptist Church on March 1. Details: Ellen 9720 8202
■Open day: Holsworthy Children's Centre will hold an open day at 55 Infantry Parade, Holsworthy on Saturday, March 9, 10am-1pm. There will be face-painting, educational activities, a jumping castle and a free sausage sizzle for families to enjoy. Details: 9825 3687.
■Wastage: Liverpool Council encourages residents to drop off their e-waste on collection days to help reduce the demand for landfill space. There will be four days to drop off e-waste, which includes TVs, computers (including laptops, notebooks, tablets), monitors and projectors, printers and computer parts and accessories The collection will be held at 99 Rose Street, Liverpool, from March 8 to 11, 8am-3pm. Details: 1300 362 170.
■New opportunities: The federal government's Jobs And Skills Expo will held at the Whitlam Leisure Centre on Thursday, March 7, 10am-3pm. It provides an excellent opportunity for local job seekers and people interested in undertaking further skill training. The expo is a free event for both job seekers and exhibitors. There will also be a free sausage sizzle. Details humanservices.gov.au/expos.
■Calling all writers: Liverpool Creative Writers welcomes people of all ages to its classes, held every second Saturday of the month at the Pirie Centre, Liverpool, at 1pm. Details: Peter, 9607 5559
■It's time to talk: Community members, non-government agencies and health care workers are invited to attend a forum about organ and tissue donation today at Liverpool Hospital, 1pm-3pm. The forum aims to help participants make informed decisions about donation wishes and empower them to communicate with family members. It includes talks from health professionals. Details: To RSVP call 9828 6848.
■Support: Dads in Distress Services is an organisation that helps men going through separation grief and related problems. The Liverpool group meets at Interskills Training Rooms, Masonic Centre, every Thursday at 7pm.
■Last chance: Places are still available in TAFE courses for 2013 including automotive, business and finance, digital media and photo imaging, hospitality, floristry, engineering, design, carpentry, painting, wall and floor tiling. For more information on course vacancies call 137 974
■Trading hours: Peppers Place Cafe located in Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections centre is open on Mondays and Wednesdays, 10am-1pm, and Thursdays and Fridays, 10am-5pm.
■Free fitness classes: Casula Powerhouse invites women to participate in free yoga, boxing and Pilates sessions for the duration of the Onside the Women in Sport exhibition. Exercise all parts of your body while increasing your fitness and lowering levels of stress and anxiety. Details: Please call 9824 1121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
■Free expo: Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre will hold a volunteer expo at Liverpool Library on Friday, March 8, 10am to 2pm. The exhibition will include a variety of local organisations you can be a part of. Details: Contact Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre on 9601 6825.
■Slim and Trim: For those who want to live a healthier life in 2013. Slim and Trim at Warwick Farm are looking for new members. For a joining fee of $5 and $2 a week, receive nutritional advice, weigh in and get inspired to lose unwanted weight. Details: Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections, 11 Gallop Street, Warwick Farm. 9600 0600.
■Carers needed: The University of Western Sydney research office is looking for carers of cancer patients to talk about their experience for a new project. The Caring at End of Life research project is part of a new study by UWS to find out what happens when family and friends help each other when someone is dying at home. Details: Contact Niki on 4736 0368 or visit caringatendoflife.wordpress.com.
■Volunteers needed: Cancer Council's information centre, inside Liverpool Cancer Service Centre, is looking for volunteers to provide online and telephone support. A criminal record check is required. Details: Call Janice, 9354 2051
■Playtime: The Hinchinbrook Gumtree Kidz playgroup will meet Wednesdays (during school terms) at Hinchinbrook Community Centre from 10am to noon. Details: Katrina, 0411 707 9954.
■Money woes: A free financial counselling service will be held every Friday at the Warwick Farm Neighbourhood Centre, 10am-2.30pm. Details: 9600 0600.
■Stay active: Dance classes for people living with intellectual and physical disabilities will be held at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre every Tuesday fortnight, 10.30am-12.30pm. Participants will learn basic mobility exercises and moves from ballroom dancing, tango, cha cha, salsa, waltz and more. Classes cost $10 a person and carers are free. Details: Call 9824 1121.
■Public Speaking: Practise speaking before an audience at the Wattle Grove Toastmasters Club. Meetings are held every Monday fortnight at The Crossings, 33 Maddecks Avenue, Moorebank, at 7.15pm. Details: Julie, 0425 322 490 or visit wattlegrovetm.org.au.
■Card playing: Moorebank Social Card group is looking for new members. The Group meets every Friday, 1pm-3pm at Moorebank Community Centre, corner of Maddecks and Lucas avenues, Moorebank. Details: Contact Wendy, 9600 0600.