5월 넷째 주 Council Events
Biggest Morning Tea – West Ryde Library
Join us for the 2019 Biggest Morning Tea & help raise money for the Cancer Council of Australia.
A special catered morning tea will be served.
Please donate generously.
Date & Time
Monday 27 May 2019 / 11.00am – 12.00pm
City of Ryde Libraries
Phone: 9952 8352
Gold coin donation to Cancer Council.
West Ryde Library, 2 Graf Avenue, West Ryde 2114 View Map
Accidental Aid Worker
Thursday, 30 May 2019 | 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
Join us as part of May-Be Try a New Author Month!
Accidental Aid Worker is the travel memoir of the adventurous Sue Liu who stumbles into voluntary aid work in the wake of the 2004 tsunami during the civil war conflict in Sri Lanka. She teams up with a tour guide, a Catholic priest and a community of refugees and so begins a ten-year obsession with helping people in need. Through tragic events, Sue meets the larger than life Geraldine Cox and spreads her generosity to help orphaned children in Cambodia.
- Thursday, 30 May 2019 | 06:00 PM – 07:30 PM
Max Webber Library, Level 1, Max Webber Library, Blacktown 2148 View Map
A Moment In Time
Start Date & Time: Wednesday, 29 May 2019 10:00 am
End Date & Time: Sunday, 16 June 2019 4:00 pm
Address: Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby
Saturday 1 June, 1pm – 4pm
8 June, 2pm – 4pm &
15 June, 2pm – 4pm
An exhibition of sculptures by The Sculptors Society
Members of the Sculptors Society present a selection of sculptural works ranging from realistic styles to abstract forms, inspired by various subject matter including the female form, environmental concerns, elements of nature and the cosmos.
Artists include: Kerry Anne Boer, Genie Casis, Keith Chidzey, Chris Cowell, Meike Davis, Amanda Harrison, Argo Ho, Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski, Peter Lewis, Vivienne Lowe, Pamela Drewitt Smith, Roz Stampfli, Willem van Stom and Michael Vaynman.
Image caption: Jenny Green, Let’s Dance, 2016, painted steel
Contact: Feyona van Stom on 0408 226 827 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mark World Biodiversity Day with Dr Lizzy Low who will introduce you to the many small creatures, the invertebrates that live in your backyard and local urban bushland. She will share her knowledge of their interesting habits, beneficial behaviours and the importance of their conservation.
Ballet for Better Balance 55+™ seniors absolute beginners ballet class
|Where:||Studio 2, Ecole Ballet and Dance Theatre
1A Lindfield Avenue, Lindfield
|Cost:||1st Trial class Free, thereafter $18 per class or $80 for a 5 class pass|
Ballet for Better Balance 55+™ ballet class welcomes all seniors with no or little prior ballet experience.
The class aims to improve balance, stability and coordination by focusing on developing and improving feet dexterity and hence proprioception, as well as using muscles that don’t normally get used in other forms of exercises, such as the intrinsic muscles of the feet. The classes are taught at a gentle pace to allow dancers to feel comfortable and at ease with the movements.
All exercises are choreographed to classical ballet music so dancers are able to get the true experience of a traditional ballet class.
PARRAMATTA SORRY DAY 2019
Come and join us as we listen to the history and stories of the Stolen Generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
A traditional smoking ceremony and welcome to country, story telling from the Stolen Generations, flag raising and native catering by Indigiearth will all be a part of this free community event.
All Australians are welcome to join in the circle of healing.
Sunday 26 May 2019
10am – 12pm
Old Government House, Parramatta Park
This event is part of the Warami Reconciliation Week Program.
Hosted by the Lord Mayor together with the City of Parramatta Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee.
Download the event flyer
Old Government House – Parramatta Park
May 26, 2019
10:00pm – 12:00pm