Chill out with a cold drink at Sunset Sessions in February

Festival of the Arts

Hornsby Mall plays host to free, all ages live music from Sydney’s best up-and-coming talent each Friday in February. Dig into dinner from a food truck, grab a drink from the pop up bar, pick something up from the crafts market, and chill out to summer tunes.





Morgan Bain
Morgan BainAlternative RnB and soul from the talented award winning singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist (pictured right).

Aleisha McDonald
Local talent from the singer songwriter who has been wow-ing audiences.



FroyoA fun-toting pop act with a taste for the 80s (pictured right).

LC Beats
Human beatboxer.

Christo Jones
One man multi-instrumentalist performing beautifully twisted symphonic-pop tunes.



Le Pie
Le PiePop music that is as vulnerable and dark, as it is uplifting and gorgeous (pictured right).

David Sharp
From the soul singing swinging sixties to present day popular music, Sharp’s style is the product of musical evolution.



BUOYStriking vocals amidst a haunting instrumental soundscape (pictured right).

Bow and Arrow
Bow and Arrow are an eccentric husband and wife duo that perform electro-soul.

Mobile for a meal

Recycle your mobile with MobileMuster in February and OzHarvest will deliver a meal to an Australian in need. 

Community Connections Hot Desk

The Community Connections Hot Desk is a referral and information service with a diverse range of scheduled topics and service providers.

Inclusion is about everyone understanding that people with disabilities have the right to be socially and economically a part of the community and independent in their own lives.

Whether you are a person with a disability, a parent, a carer, someone with friends, family, neighbours, team mates, colleagues or clients with disabilities or just plain interested - we want to hear from you.


Don't let age stand in your way! Effective job search for the over 40s
Practical job search tips for mature workers from Paul Di Michiel, The Career Medic and author of 'Fired to Hired, The Guide to Effective Job Search for the Over 40s'.
When: Wednesday 8 February, 6.30pm
Where: Hornsby Library

Crop and Swap
Exchange of home-grown and home-made food items
When: Saturday 11 February, 10am
Where: Normanhurst Uniting Church Neighbourhood Garden

Going Solar and Save
A free workshop for residents on solar power for the home.
When: Saturday 18 February, 10am
Where: Hornsby Shire Council Chambers

Free chipping for mulch
Residents can have garden prunings and branches chipped into mulch.
When: Sunday 19 February, 7.30am to 12.30pm
Where: Council Depot, Johnson Road, Galston

Tech Savvy Seniors - Mandarin
Four week program - Free technology training for seniors in Mandarin.
When: Starting 20 February, 10.30am
Where: Hornsby Library

Next Council Meeting: Wednesday 8 February 2017, 6:30pm
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