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.
Each 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.
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
Announcing Dearly Projects & Events - An extra pair of hands for your cemetery.
The CCANSW maintains a calendar of events that relate to the industry. If you have an event scheduled that might appeal to members and website users of the CCANSW, getting your event listed is easy:
We will follow up if additional information is required. We will also advise once the event notice is published.
South Australians can discover the stories behind some of our state’s trailblazing women and explore their personal trials and inspirational achievements, as part of a special guided tour to be held at West Terrace Cemetery in March. To mark International Women’s Day (8 March), the cemetery will hold a 1.5 hour guided tour – From Housewives to Heroines – on Saturday 10 March from 10.30am for members of the public. This is suitable for people of all ages, including children. Attendees will hear about a group of strong and resilient women who advocated and achieved great change in South Australia and nationally, and who are now at rest at West Terrace Cemetery.