The Ingham Institute will hold a Strictly Ballroom movie night at Event Cinemas in Liverpool next Wednesday.
Tickets are $30 each and include the movie ticket and a glass of wine.
There will also be a raffle with several prizes and a prize for best dressed.
Ingham Institute chairman Terry Goldacre said proceeds from the event would help fund health research into major diseases such as cancer and mental health problems that affect residents in south-west Sydney.
Bookings: Tracey Roberts, 8738 9000 or email@example.com.
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Book aimed at women
Wetherill Park gym owner and author Yvonne Cameron will launch her book Sexy and Ageless on Monday, June, 7.
The book was written to help and support women to make positive changes in their lives.
It will sell for $19.99 at the launch, and $10 from each sale will be donated to a local women's community charity.
Art all about ruin
A new exhibition featuring 24 artists at different stages of their professional careers will be at Casula Powerhouse until Friday.
Subject to Ruin consists of works that represent the artists' understanding and definition of "ruin".
The exhibition aims to make contemporary art accessible by inviting artists and audiences to question, discuss and deconstruct the works.