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March 2023


Helping Learner Drivers Become Safer Drivers

Wednesday 1 March, 6:00pm-7:30pm, online

This free workshop will offer practical advice for parents and supervisors of learner drivers including current driving rules and requirements for L and P platers.

Book online.


Thursday 2 March, 10:00am – 12:00pm, Lane Cove Library

Come along and join other beginner and experienced knitters to knit squares for Wrap with Love. This is a drop-in session.

Creating a Butterfly Garden

Thursday 2 March, 7:00pm – 8:00pm, online

Butterflies are one of a garden's most beautiful insects, but they also play an important role as pollinators. Join Dr Suzi Bond from the Butterflies Australia Citizen Science Project to discover more about our local butterfly species and gain tips on how to create a butterfly garden. Any garden, big or small, can become a butterfly haven!

Book online.

Sexual and Gender Diversity - Webinar for parents and carers

Thursday 2 March, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, online

Being a parent, grandparent, or primary carer of a LGBTQIA+ young person can be wonderful and enriching but can also seem overwhelming and confusing at times. Join us as we provide information that can make a difference to the young person in your life.

Suitable for parents and carers of young people aged 10 – 24 year old.

Book online.

Guided Walk for Silver Rainbow

Friday 3 March, 9:30am - 11:30am, meet at Lane Cove Plaza

As part of Sydney WorldPride celebrations, Lane Cove Council will host a guided walk around the Lane Cove area exploring our diverse mix of high street cafes and bushland nature. 

Targeted at Silver Rainbow LGBTIQA+ Seniors, participants must be able to walk 5km comfortably as there will be some small inclines and declines. 

Book online.

Play Garden

Friday 3 March, 9:30am – noon, The Canopy Village Green

Try out a variety of games at this small pop-up at The Canopy. This event is targeted at preschool age children though all are welcome. Free event, no bookings required. 

First Fridays

Friday 3 March, 3:15pm - 5:00pm, Lane Cove Library

Bring the kids down to Lane Cove Plaza and join Sayoko Burton as we celebrate Autumn Harmony with the Japanese paper-folding craft. Due to wet weather, this event will now be held at Lane Cove Library.

Let's Go Bug Hunting

Saturday 4 March, 9:00am – 11:00am, Stringybark Creek

Time to check out the creatures that live in your neighbourhood! Dip net for aquatic creatures living in our creeks and sift through leaf litter to uncover a whole world of bugs which lie beneath. Join in the fun on this bug hunt.

Book online.

Make a Native Hanging Basket

Saturday 4 March, 9:00am – 12:00pm, Lane Cove Community Nursery, Lane Cove West

A fun workshop where you will create a hanging basket using native plants.

Collect ideas about which native plants are best suited for pots. A great idea for those with balcony gardens.

Book online. 

Clean Up Australia Day

Sunday 5 March, 10:00am to 12:00pm, Blackman Park, Lane Cove West

Get involved with our Clean Up Australia Day as we join countrywide efforts to remove litter. We'll clean up local areas while enjoying a beautiful bushwalk.

All ages welcome, low – moderate fitness required. Bags, gloves and litter pickers provided.

Book online. 

English Conversation classes

Tuesdays 7 March to 4 April, 10:00am – 2:45pm, Lane Cove Library

Join a free, small and friendly English class. These classes aim to improve English conversation skills for people with English as a second language. You will cover everyday conversation and information about Australian society, culture and customs.

  • 10:00am – 11:30am Beginner English class – suitable for absolute beginners

  • 12:30pm – 1:30pm Elementary Conversation – some spoken English required

  • 1:30pm – 2:45pm Intermediate Conversation – suitable for more confident speakers.

Held Tuesday during school term. Free event. No booking required.

Small Business Breakfast – International Women’s Day

Wednesday 8 March, 7:00am – 8:30am, Terrace Function Room, free event

We’re celebrating International Women’s Day with a Small Business Breakfast. Founder and owner of accessories, homewares and fashion brand Zjoosh, Kellie Rigney shares her journey of small business success, core life lessons and how to pick yourself up and keep going. 

Book online.

Learn to Love your Laptop 

Thursdays 9 and 16 March, 10:00am – 11:30am, Lane Cove Library 

Experienced computer trainer, Ferg Brand, will deliver a two-lesson program on Windows 10 and Windows 11 to help you feel more confident using your laptop. Bring your own laptop. Please attend both sessions as they cover different material.

Book online. 

Military History Talk – Australian Army Nursing Sisters: Our Forgotten Heroes 

Thursday 9 March, 6:15pm – 7:45pm, Lane Cove Library

Hear prominent Australian playwright John Misto, BA LL.B discuss the Australian Army Nurses captured by the Japanese in World War II. John wrote the acclaimed play, The Shoe-Horn Sonata.       

In February 1942, 65 Australian Army Nurses fled Singapore before it was overrun by the Japanese. 12 nurses died when the Vyner Brooke was sunk off Sumatra and 21 were killed in the Bangka Island Massacre on 16 February 1942. 

The other nurses were forced to endure the horrors of captivity at Belalau, regarded as the worst Japanese prison camp. Only 24 nurses returned alive at the end of the war in a shockingly emaciated state. When surviving nurses were liberated, they weighed – at most – 25 kilos.

On their return home the Australian Government refused to allow photos of them until they had fattened up; they were told not to march on ANZAC Day; and many of them were refused army pensions. 

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Saturday Sounds – Brazil and Beyond Duo

Saturday 11 March, 10:00am - 12:00pm, Lane Cove Plaza

Come down to Lane Cove Plaza to celebrate Autumn Harmony with Brazil and Beyond Dup, Anna Salleh and Gino Pengue, as they serenade you with Latin tunes. 

The Canopy Music Concert: FABBA

Saturday 11 March, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, The Canopy Village Green

FABBA will take you on a fantastic journey from Eurovision to Mamma Mia and places even the Priscilla bus hasn't been!

This is a picnic event. Food and drinks permitted.

$10 (plus booking fee) per person. Proceeds donated to charity.

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Crafternoon Tea

Tuesday 14 March, 2:30pm – 3:30pm, Greenwich Library

Enjoy afternoon tea while working on your latest craft project or knitting squares for Wrap with Love. This is a drop-in session. No booking required.

Get That Job!

Thursday 16 March, 9:30am - 1:30pm, Terrace Function Room, lower ground floor, Lane Cove Community Hub, 1 Pottery Lane, Lane Cove

Join us to receive tools and tips from a career management consultant on preparing your CV, interview techniques and developing your network.

Book online.

Digital Technology Open Night

Thursday 16 March, 5:30pm - 8:30pm, Lane Cove Library

Join us for an evening of experimenting, learning, making and using a range of technology, equipment and tools. Explore 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, Soldering or the Cricut Maker at your own pace. Bring your own idea to life or try out one of our self-paced project kits for beginners.

The Fine print: Please be on time to attend the safety induction and allow 90 minutes if completing a beginner project. Material costs for beginner projects and projects that can be printed, cut or completed at this event are included. A 3D Printing service is available for unfinished projects, normal fees apply. For adults. Cost $5.00.

Book online. 

Live Music Duo: Mojo Rising

Thursday 16 March, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, The Canopy

Come down to The Canopy to be serenaded by some very talented musicians.

Building Resilience and Suicide Safety - Webinar with Lifeline

Thursday 16 March, 7:30pm - 8:30pm, online

In this free webinar, two representatives from Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury will discuss how they help build resilience and increase mental health awareness and suicide safety in the community.

You’ll gain an insight into some of the skills used by trained Crisis Supporters at Lifeline to assist someone who is vulnerable or at risk and hear about the comprehensive range of crisis intervention and suicide prevention services offered at low or no cost in the northern Sydney region.

Book online.

Ride-on Mechanical Animals

Saturday 18 March, 10:00am – 3:00pm, The Canopy

Pick your animal and take a trip around the Village Green on these majestic creatures. This event is subject to weather. $8 for a ten-minute ride. No bookings required.

Harmony Day Event – Everybody Belongs

Tuesday 21 March, 12:00pm – 1:00pm, Lane Cove Library

Harmony Day shines a spotlight on Australia's wonderful multicultural society. We'd love you to celebrate the day with us and invite you to star in your own GIF (a short animation). Use the Harmony Day 'Photo Studio' to create the animation – featuring you together with your friends, family members or even someone you've never met before! Library staff will be available from 12:00pm to 1:00pm to help make you a star. No booking required.

In Conversation with Marc Bineham – The Money Sandwich 

Tuesday 21 March, 6:15pm – 7:30pm, Lane Cove Library 

Join us to hear Marc Bineham, former financial advisor, now money coach and speaker, as he shares his knowledge about low cost solutions to money, family and financial freedom. 

Book online. 

Meet Your Neighbours Webinar 

Wednesday 22 March, 12:00pm - 12:30pm, online

As part of the launch of the “Meet your neighbours” toolkit, this free webinar will give you insights on how to build a great neighbourhood in your apartment building. It’s part of a pilot on building vertical neighbourhoods and community-led resilience projects in five apartment blocks at Lane Cove and Willoughby Council areas. In the webinar, you’ll learn how to use the resources within the toolkit to connect with your neighbours and build your own vertical neighbourhood.

This webinar is for strata, building managers and residents living in apartments wishing to increase neighbour connectedness and community resilience.

Book online.

Kaleidoscope of Lane Cove

Friday 24 March, 3:30pm – 5:30pm, Lane Cove Plaza

Lane Cove is unique, culturally diverse and constantly evolving. Drop by and celebrate our vibrant community at the 2023 Kaleidoscope of Lane Cove event with live music, workshops and interactive stalls for all to enjoy. 

Child Car Seat Safety Checking Clinic

Saturday 25 March, 9:00am – 1:00pm, Lane Cove Council Car Park

The clinic offers parents/carers the opportunity to get the Child Car Seat checked, adjusted or fully fitted for free by an Authorised Restraint Fitter. Any parts will cost extra.

Book: Call 9911 3536 or email 

Beach Volleyball 

Saturday 25 March, noon – 4:00pm, The Canopy Village Green 

Head to The Canopy for a round or two of beach volleyball. This will be broken up into age groups on the day. No booking required. 

Tree Planting Sun(fun)day

Sunday 26 March

Aquatic Park: 9:00am – 11:00am

Tambourine Bay Reserve: 9:00am – 11:00am

Burns Bay Reserve: 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Spend some time caring for nature by planting a variety of native seedlings at one of these beautiful riverside locations.

Enjoy time under the trees with friendly faces in an activity that's good for you and good for nature.

No experience needed and all equipment and guidance provided by Council.

Book online. 

Poets in Residence Group 

Monday 27 March, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, Lane Cove Library 

Interested in writing poetry? Join our Lane Cove Poets in Residence group to discuss your writing and share poetry. No booking required. 

Ben's Book Club: Ben Hobson – The Death of John Lacey 

Tuesday 28 March, 7:30pm – 8:30pm, online 

Join bestselling author Chris Hammer as he swaps seats with Ben Hobson to discuss Ben's new novel The Death of John Lacey.

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Moments in Music – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Wednesday 29 March, 10:00am – 12:00pm, Lane Cove Library 

Mozart was the first freelance musician at a time when public concerts became an important part of the musical scene. Mozart's compositions include many famous and loved pieces of symphonic, chamber, operatic and choral music. Local musician Graham Ball discusses this highly influential, popular and prolific composer of the Classical period. 

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Writer in Residence Group 

Thursday 30 March, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, Lane Cove Library 

Join our Lane Cove Writers in Residence group who meet monthly to share stories, discuss creative writing ideas and writing methods. No booking required.

Light-en Up and Learn to Solder! 

Friday 31 March, 2:30pm – 4:30pm, Lane Cove Library 

Join us as we introduce you to some soldering basics involving circuits. Then get some hands-on experience as you solder your own lighthouse kit.

For adults. Cost $5.00. Bookings essential. 

Book online. 

Junior and Young Persons Library Events

Rainbow Families Storytime

Friday 3 March, 11:00am – 11:30am, Lane Cove Library

Celebrate World Pride Sydney 2023 at a special Rainbow Families Storytime event with inclusive stories, songs and craft at Lane Cove Library. All welcome. No booking required. 

Osmo Playspace

Wednesday 29 March, 3:30pm – 4:30pm, Lane Cove Library

Come and try Osmo coding and games. A hands-on system that lets you compose music, run your own pizza shop, create artwork, and learn some magical maths. Free event for children aged 5 -10 years.

Book online.


Mondays, 11:00am – 11:30am, Greenwich Library 

Ages 3-6 years. Held weekly during school term. No booking required.

Baby Bounce

Tuesdays, 11:00am – 11:30am, Lane Cove Library

Ages 0-3 Years. Held weekly during school term. No booking required.

Preschool Storytime

Thursdays, 11:00am – 11:30am, Lane Cove Library

Ages 3-6 years. Held weekly all year. No booking required.