• Event Date Start: 2020-02-22
    Event Start Time: 09:00

    Each year CCANSW members and the communities they serve hold special remembrance, celebration, promotional and arts events.

    Yet all too often we only hear about them when they are over. We'd like to change that.

    This year we want to begin to help you get the message out about those special events by setting up an active, vibrant and current Community Events Diary

  • From the Adelaide Advertiser:

    Death isn’t usually a topic of discussion at the dinner table, but the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority is about to change that with its second Death Over Dinner experience.

    The event, held in the West Tce Cemetery, aims to normalise the idea of death with guest speakers from different cultures and religions, as well as Spanish food, drinks and entertainment.

  • Event Date Start: 2020-02-22
    Event Start Time: 09:00

    kouji tsuru 1159577 unsplash SmallEach year many CCANSW members and the communities they serve hold special remembrance, celebration, promotional and arts events. The CCANSW Community Events Diary will help members and community groups share and promote news about their special events.

  • The City of Calgary (Canada) wants to turn a plot of undeveloped land on the edge of the city into a regional park, playground — and cemetery.

  • Event Date Start: 2020-02-22
    Event Start Time: 09:00

    Don't keep your next community or charity event a secret!

    Do you have a special event scheduled in your cemetery or facilities in the next few months? Perhaps a memorial service for your community, a dedication ceremony, a public arts events, a new product or service presentation,  or some other public benefit or charity event?

    Please let us know so we can include it in the Cemeteries & Crematoria Association of NSW (CCANSW) Community Events Diary.  By listing your community event we will also help you promote it  

    Importantly, listing the event  will help to share ideas with CCANSW members, industry colleagues and community organizers about how we can engage with our local and broader community groups and the public at large.

    Listing your event is easy. Just follow the simple instructions on this page. No log in required.

    If you have questions about the Community Events Diary, don't hesitate to ask.


    About the Community Events Diary Submit an event Community Events Page

  • The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust in Melbourne, Victoria, is looking for people to participate in an online Community Voice Panel.

  • Each year Melbourne's (VIC) Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (GMCT) helps more than 12,500 families – of all cultures and faiths – plan and prepare for funeral, cremation, interment and memorial services. Its community advisory committee is currently looking for new volunteers from a range of religious, cultural and social backgrounds.

  • forestcemeteryThe ABC online reports how a small community near Goulburn NSW persuaded the State Government to resume land containing a historic cemetery and sell it back to them for $1, meaning the cemetery is now safe in perpetuity.

    Goulburn MP Pru Goward said the council had agreed to waive the rates bill of about $1,500.

  • We have received a reminder that the IMB Bank Community Foundation (ICF) applications for funding in 2020 are closing soon. Community groups and charities around NSW and the ACT have until 5pm Friday 28 February to apply for a share in $600,000 of funding to support community projects.