SWIC Monthly Newsletter – October 2022

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Calling all SWIC Artists and Art Lovers!

The SWIC Committee is currently organising a special social event to exhibit works of art created by SWIC members. What could be more relaxing than getting together with fellow members, partners and friends over a glass of wine to enjoy…

Be part of the new website team!

After many years of dedicated service, Judith Nguyen is stepping down from the role of SWIC Website Administrator on 1 February 2023, as is her Deputy, Lou-anne Folder. To give more members a chance to contribute to our wonderful SWIC website,…

New Interest Group – Spanish Conversation

To the delight of many, SWIC is adding Spanish Conversation to its wide range of Interest Groups, and it is aimed at those who want to practise their Spanish and those who enjoy staying in touch with their mother tongue. Convened by Spanish…

SWIC Theatre Group Program – 2022

"I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being." Oscar Wilde. If you enjoy ‘the greatest of all art forms’, SWIC…

SWIC Evening Book Group – Reading List 2022

The SWIC Evening Book Group meets on the first Monday of the month from 5.45pm (book discussion commences at 6.30pm).  We usually meet at Lord Roberts Hotel, 4 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst. If you are interested in joining the SWIC Evening…

SWIC Book Group – Reading List 2022

Below is the SWIC Book Group Reading List for 2022. The SWIC Book Group meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 1.30pm. Because of the number of keen readers in SWIC, we meet in two different locations: those living in the Eastern Suburbs/Inner…

Have your contact details changed?

Please let our Deputy Website Administrator, Lou-anne Folder, know if there are any changes to your contact details – address, mobile, phone, email – so they can be updated in our online database and Member Directory. Lou-anne can do…

Sharing SWIC

The SWIC website has seen membership grow significantly, but sometimes members meet women socially who might enjoy the Club. The SWIC Committee has therefore produced a ‘business card’ which can be handed out to potential members. If…

Caring for our members

In a group as large as SWIC it can be problematic for the Committee to be aware of occasions of illness, surgery, a spell in hospital, or a bereavement. At these times it is usual for SWIC to send a card or flowers, but we would also like to…