Entries by Lismore Workers

Battle of the Bands: Lismore

It’s simple. Three nights in May. Up to twenty local bands going head-to-head for the chance to win $2500 cash. Winner gets chosen by point score. Point score will be based on three categories: PRESENTATION & PROFESSIONALISM 50 Points Total Do you present like a professional outfit? Did you show on time for sound check? […]

Lismore Women’s Festival – Stand Up Comedy

YWCA and the Lismore Women’s Festival are proud to welcome the bold and brassy Bev Killick with a top line-up of Australian women! Bev Killick is from the bold and brassy school of stand up, delivering a non-stop energetic set every time. As soon as she blast’s her way on stage, you know you’re in […]


Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia The Concert Visually pleasing!  Artistically clever!  vocally exciting! A masterful and stimulating concert with new vocal and symphonic harmonies, bringing to life the ABBA repertoire in a memorable concert! You’ll be singing, dancing and simply enjoying what is undoubtedly the number one vocal interpretation of the ABBA songs in the world today. The […]

Barista – Reflections Cafe

A casual barista position is available in our Reflections Cafe on ground level of our main club in Lismore. As we’re heading into the Christmas period we’re particularly seeking cafe staff who are available Friday night and weekends. Role Description:  To prepare and serve food/beverages from our Coffee Shop in a productive and professional manner […]


ClubGrants funding open 1st February

Applications for grants of up to $5000 are now open through the annual NSW ClubGRANTS scheme, which is funded through the NSW Registered Clubs Gaming Tax. Category 1 funding is for projects that address specific community welfare and social services, community development, health services and employment assistance activities, and other projects aimed at improving the […]

Elvis proves a big hit for REDInc!

A few weeks back, Lismore Workers Club hosted world-renowned Elvis impersonator Jason Dale for the REDInc annual fundraiser. Jason performed to a bumper crowd and the event raised which raised nearly $9,000! The funds raised will go directly to the REDinc. art school which works alongside artists with a disability to realise their creative dreams.

Brain Health in Retirement Seminar

Our brain’s health, like any other type of physical health, is so important for our well-being. Taking care of it is the first step, and here’s how you can also boost it! Enhance Your Brain Health is an open, free resource for strategies you can use to improve your brain function. Simple, practical things you […]