■Anti-theft screws: Green Valley police officers will be at Bunnings Warehouse, Hoxton Park, on the weekend of September 21 and 22, from 8am-3pm. They will replace number plate screws in vehicles with new anti-theft screws. This is a free service that uses specially designed screws to reduce the theft of number plates from vehicles in Green Valley.
■Support: Dads in Distress Services is an organisation that helps men going through separation grief and related issues. The Liverpool group meets at Interskills Training Rooms, Masonic Centre, Thursdays, 7pm.
■Official opening: A free community event will be held at 11 Jersey Street, Busby, 10am-1pm, to celebrate the official opening of Food4Life Market and the People's Shed Social Enterprise Hub, this Saturday, August 31. The day will include art workshops, a barbecue lunch, jumping castle and face painting. Details: Joe, 0435 659 175.
■Career info: TAFE NSW South Western Sydney Institute will hold a manufacturing excellence expo at Miller College from 10am to 8pm on Thursday, August 29. The free event will include demonstrations, TAFE apprenticeships dispaying their skills, a barbecue lunch and opportunities to speak with local manufacturers. Details: swsi.tafensw.edu.au.
■History: The Liverpool and District Historical Society invites its members to attend a lecture held by guest speaker Paul Brunton, the curator of Mitchell Library. He will speak about Australian History and James Cook adventures at Liverpool Library this Saturday, August 31, at 12.30pm. Details: 9605 1341.
■Thinking of others: Liverpool Library's knitting group, K2tog, have breast cancer survivors in mind as they work on creating cotton prosthetic breasts which will be donated to the oncology unit at Liverpool Hospital. The knitting group is looking for members and meets every Thursday from 10am-noon. Details: tinyurl.com/cmy6ctd.
■Community support: Georges Fair will hold its fourth annual Spring Fair, on Sunday, September, 22. The event is aiming to raise $10,000 for Liverpool Hospital's palliative care unit. There will be a free pirate and mermaid show by Move and Groove Kids at 1pm. There will also be plenty of amusement rides, market stalls, face painting and performances from musicians and dancers from local primary and high schools.
■Fair of fun: The Living Waters Lutheran Church in Liverpool will hold its 30th anniversary fun fair on Saturday, October 19, from 8.30am to1.30pm. There will be line dancing at 10.30am, market stalls, barbecue lunch and coffee available. Details: Hanna: 9602 2659.
■Intake: The 2168 Residents Action Group is looking for members to join its group. Meetings are held at The Hub, Miller, on the second Monday of each month at 9.30am. There are representatives from the council, community service groups, childcare organisations, housing, police and health at the meetings. Details: email secretary Sharyn Henry: at email@example.com
■Healthy: Go4Fun is a lifestyle program for children aged seven to 13 who weigh too much. The 10-week program teaches them healthy eating and good life choices through fun games and activities. It runs during the school term on Mondays and Thursdays after school at Liverpool West Public School and is delivered by trained health and fitness professionals. Call Go4Fun program manager Leah Choi on 9780 2811.
■Tidy up: Liverpool Council is calling on volunteers to join Chauvel Park Environment Group. The group meets on the third Saturday of each month from 8am to 11am. Details: 9821 7788.