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SMART Recovery meetings


SMART Recovery is a free group program assisting people with any problematic behaviours, including addiction to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, food, shopping, Internet and others.

SMART Recovery meetings are held every Wednesday at 5:30pm-7pm (in the meeting room) at the rear of 3 Hackney Road, Hackney (except public holidays).

For more information, visit: SMART Recover Australia

Womens Footy at Payneham - Recruitment of Junior & Senior Players


The Payneham Norwood Union Football Club is venturing into the world of women's football in 2018.

The club is currently seeking expressions of interest for players and coaching staff for our 2018 women's teams.

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High Spirits Harmony Singing Group


High Spirits Harmony is a dynamic multi-award winning women’s a cappella choir which rehearses every Tuesday evening in St Peters.

If you are interested in joining us or booking us, please go to our website for all the details, visit:

Payneham Bowling Club Night Owls bowls - every Tuesday and Thursday


Every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 PM. $6 per player.

Full bar service and meals available.

Why not make a night of it. Come for a meal. Stay for a game.

VENUE: Payneham Bowling Club, 402 Payneham Road.

For more information, visit:

Volunteer at RSPCA Op Shop at Marden Shopping Centre


Join our team!

We are looking for vibrant, customer-focused volunteers with a flair for fashion to volunteer for one day a week, (preferably full days) to join our fabulous Op Shop team at Marden Shopping Centre, opening September 2nd.

Previous retail or op shop experience is welcome.


Contact Michael Hill on 0437 052 677 to find out more.

Adelaide International Folk Dancers


If you like movement and dance with a multicultural twist, try learning dances from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Israel, Scotland and other countries…… no partner necessary.

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Probus Club of Payneham – monthly meetings


The combined Probus Club of Payneham meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Membership is open to retired and semi-retired men and women.

Visitors are most welcome to come along and see the club in action.

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Fitness Habitat Marden S.A. free education seminars


Fitness Habitat run exercise classes over an 8 week period, including Yoga, HIIT training, Kickboxing, Powerfit 45 and Obstacle Racing (Bootcamp).

Every 9th week we run free education seminars for our members, their friends and family and the local community. These weeks include real time self defence lessons with martial arts masters in various disciplines, educational workshops from leaders in the heath industry, functional training movement classes, and relaxation/ meditation sessions.

For more information, visit: Fitness Habitat



Royal Life Saving Society - Grey Medallion program for older adults


The Grey Medallion program is a water safety and lifesaving skills initiative for older adults. It aims to encourage a healthy, independent and active lifestyle through the development of essential skills in order to participate in aquatic recreation activities safely.

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Trinity Gardens Bowling Club - lawn bowling for the elderly and novice bowler.


Come along and enjoy a healthy outdoor activity!

Enjoy the fun of non-competitive bowling.

Commencing: Thursday 2 February and then every Thursday.

The Trinity Gardens Bowling Club
Canterbury Avenue
Trinity Gardens

Time and day: 
10am to noon on Thursdays.

Cost: $5 (includes morning tea and use of the clubs bowls).

If you would like further information contact Yvonne Donnell on 0448 751 161

Kensington & Norwood Writers' Group


Our vibrant creative writing group has been going for almost 30 years.

We meet twice a month, 2nd & 4th Wednesday evenings at 7pm, in the Don Pyatt hall behind the Council offices.

Writers of all genres are welcome to visit and enjoy our meetings.

Our website will tell you more about us, visit: KNWG Writers


Trinity Gardens Bowling Club - lawn bowls for the community


We are situated in the beautiful and quiet eastern suburbs of Adelaide.

Visit our website to find out about membership, upcoming events and more!

Visit: Trinity Gardens Bowling Club



Residents associations


There are a number of residents associations operating throughout the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

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Demi Pair - The Life Changing Experience


Demi Pair is a program (run not for profit) that links adult international students with busy families in Adelaide.


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Women’s Singing Group


High Spirits Harmony is a dynamic award-winning women’s a cappella singing group which rehearses every Tuesday evening in St Peters.

If you are interested in joining us or booking us, please visit our website for all the details, visit: High Spirits

Spicer Uniting Church Playgroup


Come and enjoy the company of other local families with playtime, fruit, stories and songs.

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MENSA Social Program


Mensa is a HAAC funded social program which provides transport from home to the Don Pyatt Hall.

The program offers the opportunity to socialise with other seniors, shop and walk around the Norwood Town Hall and enjoy a freshly cooked three course meal. Occasionally, information sessions, music shows and other events are organised to entertain the participants over lunch.

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Eastern Metro Community Passenger Network website


The Eastern Metro Community Passenger Network (CPN) provides information on transport services available across the eastern metropolitan area of Adelaide as well as further afield.

Visit : Community Passenger Network

Lions Club of Norwood - fortnightly meetings


We are a young and enthusiastic group of men and women, committed to the Lions ethos of service within our local community. Our focus is in the areas of disability, homelessness, youth and people at risk.

We want to be seen as a growing, thriving, vibrant service club which is recognised as making a difference, so we are always looking for new members with fresh ideas and energy.

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Lolly Jar Circus Inc.


Lolly Jar Circus Inc. is an incorporated not-for-profit community organisation, currently pending deductible gift recipient (DGR) status.

We run regular circus classes on Wednesday evenings at All Souls Church Hall, St Peters and provide outreach circus classes to schools, workplaces and events.

Visit: Lolly Jar Circus Inc.

Join a Heart Foundation walking group


Heart Foundation walking groups are a great way to meet new people and look after your health. Beginners are welcome and it's free!

To find a group near you, download: Heart Foundation Walking Groups Timetable or visit: Heart Foundation

Spicer Uniting Church - activities for parents and children


Playgroup - babies to preschool age:

Meets every Tuesday of the School Term from 10 am—12 pm.

Come and enjoy the company of other local families. Relax, have a coffee and chat while your children play and explore. Great toys, craft, puzzles, painting, playdough and sandplay

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Volunteer Bus Drivers wanted


The Council is looking for Volunteer Bus Drivers to help with the Community Bus Service, which provides transport for shopping and social programs to members of our community.

For more information, contact the Council's Volunteer Services Coordinator, Rebecca O'Dell on 08 8366 4631 or email

Carpe Diem Trust - funding opportunities for young people


The Carpe Diem Trust is for young people between the ages of 16 to 25 years seeking assistance to help achieve their early life potential.

The Trust support can be in the form of funding, talent networks or advice. Cash support is generally between $500 and $2,000 per application.

For more information, download: Carpe Diem Trust Brochure

Connecting Up


Connecting Up, Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation that works to unleash the power of not-for-profits by providing a variety of information, products, resources and programs.

Visit: Connecting Up