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SINCE The Lucky Wonders last played the Sphinx Rock Cafe, they've been all around Europe and Australia. Their new album Lay Down My Arms has had great reviews and with a new four-piece line-up they return to the Sphinx this Sunday, February 24, at 2pm.

JIM Kelly and his Thrillseekers start a new series of jazz and groove nights on Tuesday, February 26, presented by Jules Kelly. This is the start of the 20th year of Jules presenting past and present SCU lecturers and students performing. That's at the Platinum Lounge in the Lismore Workers Club at 7.30pm.

SATCHIKO Kotaka, a graduate of North Coast TAFE and SCU arts courses, presents Lotuses and Cranes, an origami workshop this Saturday, February 23 at the Yoga Space, 131 Keen St, Lismore. Learn the ancient art of making beautiful lotus flowers and cranes from traditional Japanese origami paper. Cost is $20 per person. For info: 0435 064 593.


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