Current and Future Events/Activities

Past Events

Free Flamenco and Bellydance Lesson

October 31, 2016

Andalusian Project

Help us to bring life a choreography melding Flamenco & Oriental dance, to be presented at Fairfield Multicultural Festival in 2017. cultural links between the Arab world and Spain extended over 400 years. Let's celebrate the connection between these cultures. This project embraces diversity through dance.


 Workshop starting early November

Book now NSW SLASA  

ph: 02-96100288


October 23, 2016

A tailored holistic approach to prepare women to walk on the pathway to income earning and employment. The program aims to equip women with skills to secure an income and get ready for employment, also to improve women’s self-esteem and break their social isolation. The program included the provision of training on basic dressmaking skills, how to establish a Social Enterprise or small business, English language skills, job seeking skills, information on training/vocational courses available and recognition of overseas qualifications.
The project will cover the following:
• Basic dressmaking skills (alterations, renovations, recycling clothes, how to use patterns)
• English Conversational classes
• How to establish a Social Enterprise, Small Business (ABN number, how to promote and market a small business using social media, budgeting.
• Job seeking skills (resume preparation, letter of application, interview skills)
• Assistance/information in recognition of overseas qualifications.
• Information on training/vocational courses available.
This program is delivered by NSW SLASA, at Smithfield Youth Centre every Monday from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm starting on Monday 24 October. 
For more information please contact Claudia Escarate on 9610.0288, or Carlos Encina on 0414.825085.

Butterfly Empowering Women

October 11, 2016

Butterfly Empowering Women is designed for women who want to improve their life in areas such as health, finances, career, education and relationships.

  • Empower women by improving self-esteem

  • Motivate and inspire the participants to become agents of social change

  • Engage women to meet with other women and working as a team to help a support each other and their community trough networking 

  • Exploring new lifestyle and career options

  • This is 10 sessions workshop, starting 12/10/2016 until 14/12/2016, every Wednesday for 10 weeks.

  • Each session duration is 2 hours, from 10 am until 12 pm

  • Light lunch will be provided

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Vinegar Hill Memorial Community Centre, James Cusak Room - Civic Way Rouse Hill Town Centre , Rouse Hill, NSW 2155

Limited Places. For register click the botton below to the Eventbrite Page

Uruguay National Day Celebration

August 24, 2016

Join us and let celebrate together Uruguay National day!!!

Where: Slasa Bonnyrigg

Time: 11am

Contact: 02-96100288

Floriade Excursion

September 26, 2016

Camberra Floriade excursion!!!!

Tuesday 27th September, coach leaving from SLASA at 7 am sharp. $35 per person. Limited seat available, please call and make a booking 02-96100288.

History of Floriade

Developed in 1988 as a grand, one off floral tribute to mark Australia’s Bicentenary and Canberra’s 75th anniversary, Floriade has become Canberra’s most iconic annual tourism event and Australia’s premier spring festival.

The inaugural Floriade blossomed in 1988 with a stunning floral display of exotic bulbs and annuals, which grow beautifully in Canberra’s climate. The community embraced the event, making it such a success that it became an annual celebration of spring in Australia. Since its beginnings, Floriade has been held alongside iconic Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra’s Commonwealth Park, the heart of the nation’s capital.

Each year, more than one million blooms combine to create a stunning backdrop to a month-long festival filled with music, cultural celebrations, horticultural workshops, artistic displays, entertainment and recreational activities. Floriade runs from mid-September to mid-October and attracts more than 480,000 attendees each year

Jules and Dolores | Opening Night Fiesta

September 07, 2016


Feature | Brazil | 2016 | Dir. Caíto Ortiz | 90 min | Portuguese with English subtitles 

Rio de Janeiro, 1983. In an attempt to pay off his gambling debt and appease his flamboyant girlfriend Dolores, fun-loving Peralta decides to steal a golden replica of the legendary Jules Rimet Soccer World Cup trophy. Too bad heists the original cup, which puts the entire country on high alert. Jules and Dolores is an imagining of what “could have” happened to the trophy. Based on a remarkable event in Brazilian history that was kept under wraps from the international stage.

Following the film, join us for our Opening Night Fiesta @ Cruise Bar featuring Kriola Collective and DJ Don Juan!

A celebration of Soul, Funk and Samba 1970’s Brazilian style! Unique 10 piece band, ‘Kriola Collective’ features some of Sydney’s best musicians playing a snapshot of the 1970’s Black Rio Samba, Soul and Funk movement in Brazil. The band’s repertoire includes a classic mix of groovy Brazilian beats, Bossa Jazz, Funk and Soul from the Carnival capitol of Rio.

Opening Night tickets:
Adult $50 | Concession $45

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