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CANTERBURY.COM.AU

JULY/AUGUST 2016 NO.84


CONTENTS

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SUNDAY 4TH SEPTEMBER

03 CEO’S REPORT

13 BULLDOGS SPORTS BAR

24 BULLDOGS

04 DEVELOPMENT

14 DYNASTY

26 THE LAKEMBA CLUB

05 COMMUNITY

16 C-LIFE

28 FUSION WOK & GRILL

18 CALENDAR

30 BELFIELD

20 ENTERTAINMENT

34 INFORMATION

06 BAKEHOUSE CAFÉ

(COMING SOON)

08 FLAME PIZZA + GRILL 10 BANYAN BRASSERIE

COVER: Deliciously warm Apple and Rhubarb Crumble coming soon to the Bakehouse Café. See page 6 for a sneak peek of the new menu.

FO L L OW US

Canterbury Leagues Club

@Canterbury_LC

@canterburyleaguesclub


CEO’S REPORT The final fitout for the new Bakehouse Café is underway and we are on track to open this fantastic new eatery in the next couple of months. Key Bakehouse staff have been recruited and the chefs team have been busy finalising the mouth-watering new menu. For this Journal we have showcased a small selection of the meals and products available in Bakehouse. Opening for Members from breakfast to late night supper and everything in between, the selection will range from traditional breakfasts and light meals, to healthy options and plenty of freshly baked treats. Bakehouse Café will also be a perfect choice to complete your meal after dining in one of our other restaurants, with qualified Baristas making the finest coffees and a range of desserts available at all times of the day.

Dear Members, It continues to be an incredibly exciting time at Canterbury with the development moving at a rapid pace. The team have done an amazing job of keeping the Club operational at nearly full capacity and even though it may look a little chaotic on the outside, internally it’s business as usual with the same great service and facilities that you have come to expect. The slab for the new level one extension being built over the entrance to the car park has been completed and the majority of the bright yellow temporary support beams in the entrance driveway have been removed, making the driveway entry much wider and easier to navigate.

In May Canterbury was presented with a Highly Commended Award at the ClubsNSW Club and Community Awards for our work assisting local charity Maronites on Mission to feed the homeless in Sydney’s CBD. Each month Canterbury staff volunteer their time to deliver 150 hot meals and healthy snacks to feed the homeless at Woolloomooloo and Martin Place. All the meals are freshly prepared by Canterbury. We were honoured to receive this award which was a testament to our staff’s dedication to giving back to the community. At the 2016 Annual General Meeting the results of the Club’s biannual director elections were announced. Congratulations to the existing Board who were re-elected until 2018. Congratulations also to Dr. George Peponis and Arthur Coorey for being re-appointed President and Vice President by the Board. My team and I look forward to continuing to work closely with the Board to deliver the exciting Canterbury Masterplan for our Members. I look forward to seeing you around the Club.

Dave Brace Chief Executive Officer

BOARD OF DIRECTORS L T O R : R AY D I B ( D I R E C T O R ), JO N ATH AN BRAIN (C H IEF O PERATIN G OFFI CER), GE OR GE C O O R E Y ( D I R E C T O R ), ARTH U R C O O REY (VIC E PRESID EN T), DR . GE O R G E P E P O N I S O A M (PRESID EN T), D AVE BRAC E (C H IEF EXEC UTI VE OFFI CER), P E T E R M C M A H O N ( D I R E C T O R), BARRY WARD (D IREC TO R), STEVE MORTI M ER OAM (DI RECTOR)

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DEVELOPMENT

A LOOK AT THE NEW BASEMENT LOADING DOCK AS IT IS BEING BUILT

CAFÉ FITOUT STEAMING AHEAD The hoarding in the hallway leading to Flame Pizza + Grill is hiding the final stages as Canterbury begins the countdown to reveal the exciting new Bakehouse Café very soon. Behind the hoardings, MPA contractors are installing new services before adding the finishing touches to the café fitout including installing the interior décor, mood lighting, furniture and kitchen equipment. The wooden bridge heading towards Canterbury Reception has been filled in. This has allowed for the walkway to be expanded as well as opened up the view from the front atrium towards the new café and Flame Pizza + Grill, visually linking one end of Canterbury seamlessly with the other. The Canterbury Chef Team have also been unleashing their creativity, fine-tuning new recipes and perfecting the Bakehouse Café menu ready in time for the big launch coming soon. Please flip to pages 6-7 for a sneak peek of the fresh new menu that is coming your way.

The steel structures for these two areas will be fabricated offsite before being craned in later in the year. The entire façade of that area of the Club will be ready around the same time as the new café. On the west side of the Club, Parkview have completed the roof structure of the new extension and efforts will continue to join the new section to the current building to create the space needed to extend Banyan Brasserie’s outdoor al fresco area and the plant and services areas on Level 1. The Banyan extension will allow for more patrons to be seated, especially during peak hours and school holidays, and the upgraded facilities upstairs will allow floor staff to serve Members and guests more efficiently.

Not as visible as the rest of the other construction but no less important is the work that is being done to construct the basement level loading dock. This large dock has enough space for three large trucks to drive in to deliver their load at the same time and is an integral part of future-proofing Canterbury to handle more redevelopment as the Club grows. You can keep up-to-date with all the latest development news by following our website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Regular updates will also be available in every Journal. CanterburyLeaguesClub @Canterbury_LC

At the same time as the café fitout, MPA is also concurrently building the shell of the cocktail bar and executive offices located directly above the Bakehouse Café. VIEW OF THE NEW WEST SIDE EXTENSION WHICH WILL HOUSE THE NEW PLANT ROOM AND LEVEL 1 LOUNGE EXTENSION

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COMMUNITY Dinesh Patel, Surgeon and Head of Urology at Canterbury Hospital. “This surgery is very safe and precise, and there is an extremely high rate of success in clearing stones completely. Operating time is usually around 30-60 minutes and most patients can go home 3-4 hours after their operation. Most patients can return to their normal activities or work within 1-2 days of their surgery.” The machine, used weekly on patients since it was purchased in February, works by using a very slender and flexible scope and a fine laser to break up kidney stones in the urinary tract. Patients then naturally pass the stones or for larger ones, the scope has a small basket that can capture and remove it once the scope is retracted.

ANN KELLY, GENERAL MANAGER OF CANTERBURY HOSPITAL, JENNIFER CUBITT, NURSE MANAGER OF THEATRES, DR DINESH PATEL AND CANTERBURY DIRECTOR BARRY WARD WITH THE HOLMIUM LASER MACHINE

LASER MACHINE CUTS WAIT TIME AT CANTERBURY HOSPITAL Anyone who has experienced kidney stones can sympathise with its painful symptoms, however a first-of-its-kind laser machine at Canterbury Hospital has sped up treatment for local patients. The $66,067 Holmium Laser machine, donated by Canterbury League Club as part

CANTERBURY COMMUNITY PROGRAM WINS CLUBSNSW AWARD Canterbury League Club’s community efforts to feed the homeless in the city has been recognised with a Highly Commended award at the ClubsNSW Club and Community Award night. There were fifteen other finalists in the highly contested category of Disability, Welfare & Social Inclusion.

of an ongoing partnership with Canterbury Hospital to support the local community, has helped minimise patients being referred to more distant hospitals and reduced wait times for patients coming in for treatment of their kidney stones. “Previously the hospital had to refer kidney stone cases for treatment out to other hospitals so the laser has made a huge difference to the service we are able to provide the local community,” said Dr

Every month a group of Canterbury staff members, in partnership with local Punchbowl group, Maronites on Mission, hand out approximately 150 hot meals, sandwiches and snacks to homeless people at two different locations in the city – Woolloomooloo Police Station and Martin Place.

“Canterbury has been a proud sponsor of the hospital for a number of years now because the general health and wellbeing of our local community is an important aspect of the Club’s give back program. The hospital can now provide a vital service to their patients in a timely manner, and most importantly, within easy access to people living in the local area,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

“Canterbury is very honoured to receive this award and it is a real testament to our staffs’ dedication to giving back to the community. I’d like to thank all staff who have participated and volunteered their time to make a difference in someone’s life,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

Asides from providing staff volunteers, all the food on the homeless food runs are cooked and prepared by Canterbury chefs just a few short hours beforehand.

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN ARTHUR COOREY (PICTURED WITH AWARD) ACCOMPANIED BY DIRECTOR STEVE MORTIMER AND REPRESENTATIVES OF CANTERBURY AND MARONITES ON MISSION

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Introducing

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MEET REVIVE INSTRUCTOR NORMA ATTIE What makes you stand out from other fitness instructors in the industry? I’m passionate about my work; I run the Revive classes, all 4 sessions. I specialise in working with a population who are 50+. I am motivated and my positive attitude helps me to stay on top of everything. What is your favourite song to exercise to? When You’re Smiling by Frank Sinatra.

Norma is one of our group exercise instructors who conducts REVIVE four times per week. Norma is highly motivated, passionate and very bubbly, which keeps her class members returning each week.

What is your favourite machine in the Health Club? The cross trainer because it provides a full body workout, burns calories and is low impact on my joints and muscles. It is also adaptable to all age groups and to different fitness levels. What do you love most about working at C-Life? It’s like my second home, the boss and staff are very friendly and I am surrounded by positive and inspirational people.

What makes you so passionate about your REVIVE class? The people – it’s a multi-cultural class; their friendships, kindness and care for one another. What are the benefits of REVIVE for seniors? Revive is a program we have been running at C-Life for many years. The benefits are enormous both physically and mentally. Members feel like they belong to part of a team and some have made lifelong friends. Physically some participants have increased strength, cardiovascular endurance and coordination. What is the best piece of advice your parents gave you? To never give up, no matter how bad the situation, keep smiling, keep shining.

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REVIVE

Rev ive is a gent le exercise program using light weights and resistance training to improve balance, coordination and general well-being for our older members. I T ’S N E VER T O O L ATE T O S TA RT!

C-LIFE SENIOR 10 VISIT PASS

CLASS T IMES Monday 8.30am I 9.30am Wednesday 9.30am Friday 10.30am

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Can be used within C-Life Health Club Staffed hours. V isit www.c lifehealth.com.au/hours for more details. Senior ten visit pass holders must be Senior Card holders to be eligible for discounted members hip. Please present card upon joining. Ten visit pass holders may use their tic ket s for Group exercise and Gym sessions within one visit . Ten visit passes are not transferable, not ref undable, not extendable and must be utilised within six (6) months of the purc hase date on the pass. Ten visit pass holders do not receive health c hec ks, but these are available for a small fee. Ten visit pass holders cannot utilise crèc he ser vices.


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WHAT’S ON AT CANTERBURY IN JULY S U N DAY

M O N DAY

TU ES DAY

W ED N ES DAY TH U R S DAY

F RI DAY

S ATU RDAY

1 11am Bingo 8pm The Sacred Hearts Dance Night

2 8pm The Divas of Motown, Soul & Disco 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar) 3 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

4 11am School Holiday Kids Show: African Drum Safari

5 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

6 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Jack Sharp’s Comedy Magic Show 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

7 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Stars On Stage, Kids In The Biz

8 11am Bingo 8pm Greek Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

9 7.30pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Tigers) 8pm Tour Del Mondo 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

10 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

11 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Arts & Crafts Party

12 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

13 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Walkabout Reptile Show 8pm State of Origin Game 3

14 11am School Holiday Kids Show: Kids Disco with DJ Kitkat

15 11am Bingo 8pm Uptown Funk Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

16 8pm In Cliff’s Shadow 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

17 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

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19 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

20 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

21 11am Variety Day 7.50pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Cowboys v Bulldogs)

22 11am Bingo 8pm The Jive Bombers Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

23 8pm The Eurogliders 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

24 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

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26 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

27 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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29 11am Bingo 8pm The Kami’s Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

30 8pm Full House – The Music of Crowded House & Split Enz 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

Variety Day Inc ludes a 2 course lunc h $10pp. From 11am in t he Banyan Brasserie followed by a Cabaret Concer t in t he Paragon Show Room at 12.30pm. W hen: Thursday 21st July – G eoff Zhang & Amanda Easton Thursday 18t h August – Christine Savanah & Brian Lorenz Bookings essential by t he first Tuesday of every mont h. Phone 9704 7777 to make a booking.

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WHAT’S ON AT CANTERBURY IN AUGUST S U N DAY 31 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

M O N DAY 1

TU ES DAY 2 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

W ED N ES DAY TH U R S DAY 3 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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F RI DAY 5 11am Bingo 8pm The Travellers Band, Asian Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

S ATU RDAY 6 8pm Frankie Valli & The 4 Seasons + The Beach Boys Show 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

7 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

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9 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

10 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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12 11am Bingo 8pm Greek Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

13 8pm An Australian Comedy Festival 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

14 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

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16 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

17 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

18 11am Variety Day

19 11am Bingo 8pm Italian Dance Night, The Cappucino Band 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

20 8pm One Night Only, Bee Gees show 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

21 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

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23 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

24 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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26 11am Bingo 8pm The Kami’s Dance Night 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar)

27 8pm Follies Bergere 8:30pm Live Entertainment (Heritage Bar

28 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment (Flame Café)

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30 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

31 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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Tour Del Mondo PRESENTED BY SIX PAK PRODUCTIONS

The Divas of Motown

DEFINITIVE ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS…

Soul & Disco

This show is packed full of songs from artists like The Supremes, The Pointer Sisters, The Ronettes, The Jackson 5, Gladys Knight & so many more. It captures the excitement, costumes & choreography of the Motown era. SATURDAY 2ND JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

SATURDAY 9TH JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $12PP I VISITORS $17PP

A TRIBUTE TO

CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS

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From the greatest hits of The Shadows, to Cliff Richard’s all time chart toppers. The show features Chris Ferguson, who toured internationally with the “Three Tenors” and is now thrilling audiences in his role as Cliff, together with some of Australia’s finest musicians. SATURDAY 16TH JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

Join us as we cruise around the world, sampling music & dance from Europe, Asia & the Americas. MO & ACE Award winning vocalist Seamus Earley will be joined by tenor Michael Montgomery, multi instrumentalist Amber Jade & a cast of dancers to make this a trip to remember.

GET OUT YOUR PASSPORTS...DAN C E We’re off on a trip around the World

THE ROMANCE

THE MUSIC

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F LO O R OGP E N DANCIN

THE EUrogliders The Eurogliders, led by the dynamic Grace Knight, are back to perform their iconic hits from the 80s & more, including the chart topping Heaven (Must Be There). Great songs, great harmonies and great playing make this show an experience not to be missed. SATURDAY 23RD JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $25PP I VISITORS $30PP | NO FREE TICKETS

Full House perform all of the biggest & best loved hits of Crowded House and Split Enz. They capture the essence and unique sound of songs like Mean To Me, Message To My Girl, I See Red, World Where You Live, Better Be Home Soon, I Got You, Weather With You, Don’t Dream It’s Over & so many more. SATURDAY 30TH JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

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DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.


FRANKIE VALLI & THE 4 SEASONS DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

This show features the greatest songs from two of the most famous harmony bands in pop music history, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons and The Beach Boys. Hit after hit, you’ll be singing & dancing along! SATURDAY 6TH AUGUST DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

18+ Warning: may contain offensive material. SATURDAY 13TH AUGUST DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $25PP I VISITORS $30PP | NO FREE TICKETS

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN One Night Only is an authentic tribute to the energy, humour and vocal brilliance of the group that was The Bee Gees. Starring Neil Rhodes, formerly the bass player of the 60s chart topper, Gerry and the Pacemakes, this show is one not to be missed!

SATURDAY 20TH AUGUST DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

The Australian Comedy Festival Presented by Comedy Corner features a stellar line up of Australia’s best stand-up comedians in one hilarious show that will have you in stitches.

F O L LI E S B E RG E R E The Glitz & the Glamour! From Paris to the Las Vegas strip, this Davin Griffith-Jones production will take you into the world of the Showgirl. The songs, the Can Can, the stunning costumes, sequins, feathers & more. SATURDAY 27TH AUGUST DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.

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DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

Back To The 80s is a fully costumed show packed full of classic pop & rock 80’s hits like Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Karma Chameleon, Dancing On The Ceiling, Love Shack, Footloose, Don’t You Want Me Baby, Just Can’t Get Enough, Tainted Love, I Love Rock n Roll, Echo Beach, Rebel Yell, Run To Paradise and many more.

Michael Buble & the Kings of Swing tribute show features Mitch Capone & the fabulous Big Band Theory. Mitch & band, including female vocalist, swing, sway & croon their way through all of Bubles best known songs, as well as a selection of timeless swing classics. SATURDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

SATURDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

Can’t Stop the Music

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

The Australian Blues Brothers Show features a 10 piece band & is guaranteed to deliver a briefcase full of blues, so make sure you’re here to Shake Your Tailfeather!

SATURDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

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Can’t Stop The Music features hit songs from some of the most popular movies of all time. Elvis movies, Saturday Night Fever, Grease, Mamma Mia, Moulin Rouge, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Can’t Stop The Music & lots more. SATURDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.


School Holiday E N T E R TA I N M E N T

AFRICAN DRUM SAFARI MONDAY 4TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $5 PER CHILD

JACK SHARP’S COMEDY MAGIC SHOW WEDNESDAY 6TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

STARS ON STAGE, KIDZ IN THE BIZ THURSDAY 7TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $8 PER CHILD

ARTS & CRAFTS PARTY MONDAY 11TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

These talented kids dance & sing the hits of Katy Perry, Beyonce, Rhianna, Pink & more.

WALKABOUT REPTILE SHOW WEDNESDAY 13TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

KIDS DISCO WITH DJ KITKAT THURSDAY 14TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

TICKETS FOR ALL SHOWS AVAILABLE AT RECEPTION OR ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU PARENTS AND BABIES (12 MONTHS & UNDER) DO NOT REQUIRE A TICKET. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.


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SENIOR SHUFFLEBOARD ENCOURAGES COMMUNITY BONDING In a bid to increase senior participation rates in recreational and healthy community activities, a shuffleboard was recently installed at The Lakemba Club for the enjoyment of Members and guests. Shuffleboard enthusiast and Bulldog Legend, Steve Mortimer, has been running tutorials for staff and Members to introduce and teach the finer details of the game. “Unfortunately we tend to become less active the older we get which has a negative effect on our overall health and wellbeing. Shuffleboard is easy to play and is a unique sport that everyone can enjoy while still experiencing the excitement of real sport and teamwork,” said Steve Mortimer OAM, Founder of Steve Mortimer’s Australian Shuffleboard.

to achieve the highest points by gliding pucks down opposite sides of the table into scoring zones. With rules similar to lawn bowls, the game is played at hip-height which makes it comfortable and suitable for people of all ages and physical fitness to enjoy. The Lakemba Club also has its own shuffleboard club called the Lakemba Legends who recently played a friendly shuffleboard competition with Bulldogs players James Graham, Aiden Tolman,

Josh Jackson and David Klemmer. Don’t let their age fool you; there was a twinkle in their eyes as they drew first blood however the Bulldogs proved too strong with their beginners’ luck and eventually won the game 14-1. Anyone who’d like to learn how to play shuffleboard can drop into the Club anytime and ask one of the friendly staff to teach them. The Lakemba Legends also meet every Tuesday afternoon from 1pm to play shuffleboard.

The game of Australian tabletop shuffleboard is very easy to learn – players play against each other and try

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BULLDOGS CAPTAIN JAMES GRAHAM TAKING THE SHOT WHILE SOME OF THE PLAYERS FROM THE LAKEMBA LEGENDS SECRETLY HOPE HIS MISSES THEIR PUCKS


THE LAKEMBA LEGENDS SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB INVITES YOU TO PLAY

MAHJONG 麻将 NOW PLAYING AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB EVERY SATURDAY FROM 12PM

Every Tuesday from 1pm – 3pm

FREE ENTRY · $500 PRIZE POOL REGISTRATION FROM 11AM · START FROM 12PM 免费比。每场比赛奖金$500 每周六 报名时间: 11AM 开始时间: 12PM

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ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

JULY

5 AUGUST – STEVIE VEE

3 SEPTEMBER – ANNIE Z

7 JULY – PHILL SIMMONS

12 AUGUST – DAVID BOND

10 SEPTEMBER – TERRY BATU

14 JULY – TERRY BATU

19 AUGUST – JOANNA MELAS

17 SEPTEMBER – MURRAY FERGUSON

21 JULY – FRANKY VALENTYN

26 AUGUST – FRAN BRESCIA

24 SEPTEMBER – JO ELMS

THURSDAY NIGHTS – FROM 7:30PM

28 JULY – CHRIS CONNOLLY SEPTEMBER

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS

AUGUST

2 SEPTEMBER – THEO FARMAKIS

BINGO

4 AUGUST – OSCAR KAMI

9 SEPTEMBER – STEVIE VEE

Monday to Friday 11am

11 AUGUST – IAN BLAKENEY

16 SEPTEMBER – STAN ELLIS

18 AUGUST – JOANNA CAPETANAKIS

23 SEPTEMBER – PAUL FISHER

SHUFFLEBOARD

25 AUGUST – FRANKY VALENTYN

30 SEPTEMBER – IAN BLAKENEY

Tuesday 1 – 3pm

SEPTEMBER

SATURDAY NIGHTS – FROM 8PM

1 SEPTEMBER – CHRIS CONNOLLY 8 SEPTEMBER – IAN BLAKENEY 15 SEPTEMBER – JOANNA CAPETANAKIS 22 SEPTEMBER – FRANKY VALENTYN 29 SEPTEMBER – OSCAR KAMI FRIDAY NIGHTS – FROM 8PM

JULY 2 JULY – RACHEL LAING 9 JULY – LIAM COOPER

CASH HOUSIE Wednesday from 7pm THURSDAY MONSTER MEAT MART Tickets on sale 6pm – Draw 7pm

16 JULY – TONY MAZELL

THURSDAY BACKGAMMON CLUB

23 JULY – PAUL FISHER

Every Thursday from 6pm

30 JULY – THEO FARMAKIS

All levels of players are welcomed SATURDAY MAHJONG

JULY

AUGUST

1 JULY – PAUL FISHER

6 AUGUST – MURRAY FERGUSON

8 JULY – OSCAR KAMI

13 AUGUST – TERRY BATU

15 JULY – MARK BROUGHTON

20 AUGUST – TONY MAZELL

SUNDAY POKER

22 JULY – IAN BLAKENEY

27 AUGUST – RACHEL LAING

Registration from 12pm. Game starts 1pm.

29 JULY – PHILL SIMMONS

Registration from 11am. Game starts 12pm. FREE entry. $500 prize pool

$12 Buy In. Massive prize pool 26 Quigg St, Lakemba Ph: 02 9751 5888 lakembaclub.com.au

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MIXED GRILLED

ROAST DUCK NOODLE SOUP

C H I C KE N ST I R- F RY

L AM B S HAN K

W I T H ST E AM E D RI C E

To view the full menu, visit lakembaclub.com.au

facebook.com/thelakembaclub


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BELFIELD RSL

BELFIELD RSL COMMEMORATES ANZAC DAY On Sunday 24th April at 8.30am, Belfield RSL Sub Branch conducted an ANZAC ceremony at the club’s cenotaph. The ceremony was attended by fifty people including Former Canterbury Mayor Brian Robson and his wife, The Hon Sophie Cotsis, MLC - Parliament of NSW, and club patron, Kayee Griffin. Wreaths were laid by Ms Cotsis and Ms Griffin. A wreath was also laid by WWII veteran, Gordon Steele, assisted by Sub Branch President Gary Tomkins. Following the ceremony, attendees enjoyed a light breakfast in the club.

Serene Palace

Authentic Asian Cuisine

THURSDAY NIGHT DINNER SPECIAL $12pp Choice of one entrée, main and dessert View the full menu online canterbury.com.au/belfield Call 9642 1814 to make a booking.

BELFIELD RSL

BELFIELD RSL 2 Persic St, Belfield. Ph: 02 9642 8826 canterbury.com.au/belfield


F RI DAY N I G HT

FREE ENTERTAINMENT

EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT FROM

8PM

JOIN SOME OF SYDNEY’S BEST PARTY BANDS FOR A GREAT NIGHT OUT OF DANCE MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT! • The Sacred Hearts Dance Night (1 Jul) • Greek Dance Night (8 Jul & 12 Aug) • Uptown Funk Dance Night (15 Jul) • The Jive Bombers Dance Night (22 Jul) • The Kami’s Dance Night (29 Jul & 26 Aug) • The Travellers Band, GREEK Asian Dance Night (5 Aug) NIGHT DANCE • Italian Dance Night (19 Aug)

THE KA

MI’S

29 JUL & 26 AUG

8 JUL & 12 AUG

CALL 9704 7777 OR VISIT WWW.CANTERBURY.COM.AU FOR MORE INFORMATION.

The Australian Comedy Festival presented by Comedy Corner features a stellar line up of Australia’s best stand-up comedians in one hilarious show that will have you in stitches.

18+ Warning: may contain offensive material.

SATURDAY 13TH AUGUST DOORS OPEN 7:30PM SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $25PP VISITORS $30PP NO FREE TICKETS


T O O H E Y S AN D C AN T E RBU RY ARE O F F E RI N G 5 P EO P L E T H E C HAN C E T O W I N T H E U LT I MAT E BU L L D O G S E X P E RI E N C E F O R YO U AN D A MAT E

P RI Z E I N C L U D E S : •

AT TEND THE BULLD O GS FUL LY CATERED PRE-GAME F UN C TI O N

BE W ELCO MED AT THE GAME BY TERRY L AMB AND STEV E M O RTIMER

$100 BULLD O GS MERCHAN D ISE VO U CHER

HALF WAY LINE GRAND STAND SEATI N G F O R YO U R C HAN C E T O W I N P U RC HAS E A M I D DY O R S C H O O N E R O F AN Y HAH N , T O O H E Y S O R JAM E S S Q U I RE P RO D U C T

AVAI L ABL E AT: Conditions: Limit one entry per person per day. Promotion commences 10am Monday 4 July 2016 and closes 4pm on Thursday 11 August 2016.The winner must be available to attend the Bulldogs v Cowboys match to be held between 25-29 August 2016. Date to be confirmed by the NRL. Full terms and conditions available at Reception. Authorised under NSW Permit No. LTPM/15/01040

OFFICIAL BEER OF THE CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN BULLDOGS


I N F O R M AT I O N TRADING HOURS CANTERBURY 24 HOURS THE LAKEMBA CLUB 10am - 2am (Sun - Wed) 10am - 3am (Thurs - Sat)

AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB FUSION WOK & GRILL Lunch: 11:30 – 2:30pm (Tues – Sun) Dinner: 5 – 9pm (Tues – Sun)

BELFIELD RSL From 11am (Sun – Mon) From 11am (Wed – Fri) From 10am (Sat)

AT BELFIELD RSL SERENE PALACE 11am – 9pm (Sun – Mon, Wed – Sat)

AT CANTERBURY: BANYAN BRASSERIE Breakfast: 7am - 10.30am Lunch: 12noon - 2pm Dinner: 5:30pm - 8:30pm (Sun - Thurs) 5:30pm - 9pm (Fri - Sat)

INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS

BANYAN CAFÉ 24 hours FLAME CAFÉ 11:30am – 10pm (Wed – Thurs) 11:30am – Late (Fri - Sat) 11:30am – 10pm (Sun) FLAME PIZZA + GRILL Lunch: 12pm – 3pm (Fri – Sun) Dinner: From 6pm - 10pm (Wed - Sun) 6pm - 10.30pm (Fri - Sat) DYNASTY RESTAURANT Lunch: 11am – 3pm (Mon - Fri) 10am – 3pm (Sat - Sun) Dinner: 5.30pm – 10pm (Sun - Thurs) 5.30pm – 11pm (Fri - Sat) BULLDOGS SPORTS BAR From 11am – late HERITAGE BAR 7pm - late (Fri-Sat) C-LIFE HEALTH CLUB TRADING HOURS Monday - Sunday: 24 hours Public Holidays: 24 hours Casual Access: During Staffed Hours STAFFED HOURS Monday - Thursday: 6am - 10pm Friday: 6am - 9pm Saturday - Sunday: 8am - 5pm Public Holidays: 8am - 5pm

FOOD AND BEVERAGES Patrons are not permitted to bring or remove food and beverages from the club unless prior arrangement has been made with management. DRESS REGULATIONS Canterbury provides a comfortable environment where patrons are able to enjoy their surroundings and use of club facilities without disruption from others that are inappropriately dressed or behave in an unacceptable manner. To ensure patron compliance with these principles, standards have been set for dress and behaviour. ACCEPTABLE ATTIRE: • Neat, clean and tidy casual wear (no large tears or holes) • Tracksuits (top and/or bottom) • Overalls and work boots (must be clean) up to 9.00pm • Football shorts/stubbies of modest length and appearance up to 9.00pm • Dress sandals, boat shoes and scuffs - up to 9.00pm • Casual and sports shoes to be worn with socks • Dress shirts without collars (includes ‘T’ shirts) • Clean and tidy Football jerseys at anytime • Singlets and sleeveless shirts permitted in C-Life Health Club and whilst entering and leaving the Foyer • Caps are permitted to be worn in C-Life only UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE (not permitted at anytime): • Bare feet or rubber thongs • Untidy and/or dirty clothing or footwear

• Singlets (excludes ladies apparel) • Offensive motifs or imagery on clothing • Gang patches or other insignia on clothing • Swimwear or revealing clothing • Helmets, hats, caps, beanies and bandanas other than for medical or religious reasons (facial features must be visible) • Offensive personal hygiene GENERAL REGULATIONS • Interpretation of the Dress Rules is at the discretion of Duty Management. • Persons under 18 years are permitted in certain area’s (restaurants) of the club however, must be in the company of a “responsible adult” at all times. • Children are not permitted on Club premises between the hours of 12 midnight and 6:00am and (unless attending a member’s private event/ function). • Children are not permitted to enter the Club premises after 10:00pm each night. • Children are only permitted on Club premises after 10:00pm if they are dining in one of the Club’s restaurants or café’s and must vacate the Club immediately at the conclusion of their dining. • Children may be permitted to enter the premises after 10:00pm for the purpose of attending special events as determined by Management. • Proof of Age and Residential Qualification are required for Temporary Members and Member’s Guests. • Club members are required to produce their Membership Card upon entry and/or when requested to do so by Duty Management.

• Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person not conforming with licensing or club regulations. • Patrons who are intoxicated, abusive, violent or quarrelsome will be requested to leave and may be subject to disciplinary action. • Patrons requested to leave the club by Duty Management must leave the premises immediately and not return within a 24-hour period or if deemed necessary may be suspended and subject to disciplinary action. PHOTOGRAPHS The privacy of members and visitors is important. Members and guests are more than welcome to take photos of the club or their meal, however, it is requested the privacy of other patrons be respected and photos of them are not taken. LOST MEMBERSHIP CARDS Members who misplace their membership cards should report their loss to the membership desk at their earliest opportunity. Viewpoints and Opinions expressed in articles appearing in this magazine are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the publisher. Canterbury is published by Canterbury Marketing for the Canterbury League Club Limited. The publisher accepts no responsibility for the information supplied or changes subsequent to the date of publication, nor for any loss or damage arising from inaccurate or misleading information contained in any article or advertisement in this magazine. All material is copyright and may not be reproduced without prior arrangement with the publisher.

CA N TER BURY LEAGUE CL U B L IMITED A BN 84 000 191 248 26 Bridge Road Belmore NSW 2192, PHONE: 9704 7777 FACSIMILE: 9750 2809 www.canterbury.com.au

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