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RYDE

School Holiday Program: Make your own Comic Book

Flex your creative muscle and design your very own comic book, creating a thrilling world of your own.

Ages: 7 yrs + ONLY

Date & Time

Monday 15 July 2019 / 3.00pm – 4.00pm

 Contact

City of Ryde Libraries
Phone: 9952 8352

 Cost

$5. Online Bookings essential.


Blacktown

Heartfulness Meditation

Meditate

A weekly meditation class for beginners.

When

  • Saturday, 13 July 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Saturday, 20 July 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Saturday, 27 July 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Saturday, 03 August 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Saturday, 10 August 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location

Dennis Johnson Library, Cnr Stanhope Parkway & Sentry Drive, Stanhope Gardens 2768  View Map


Chastwood

The Dreaming – free screening

Start Date & Time: Tuesday, 16 July 2019 2:00 pm

End Date & Time: Tuesday, 16 July 2019 4:00 pm

Address: Chatswood Library on The Concourse, Lower Ground, 409 Victoria Ave, Chatswood

Cost: Free

Description:

The Dreaming is an award winning animation series recommended by educational institutions throughout Australia. There are 6 parts to the complete series, and each looks at unique Indigenous stories, beautifully animated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

Suitable for ages 5-9 years.

No bookings required.


CITY

NAIDOC in the City

Enjoy a lunchtime feast of traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and achievements

Supported by the City of Sydney

NAIDOC in the City is a free celebration of the world’s longest living Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Enjoy food, song, art, dance and stories in the heart of the city.

The City of Sydney supports NAIDOC Week, which runs from 7 to 14 July 2019. Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future is the theme for this year, reflecting the 3 key elements set out in the Uluru Statement from the Heart. 2019 is also the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Main stage

  • 11am – Opening ceremony
    • Welcome to Country
    • Traditional smoking ceremony
    • Muggera
    • Kiris An Tharan Torres Strait Islander Dance Troup
  • 11.20am – Alice Skye
  • 12.10pm – Muggera with students from Chifley College Bidwill
  • 12.45pm – Chris Tamwoy
  • 1.30pm – The Merindas
  • 2.20pm – Nooky and Kobie Dee

Kids’ art and culture

  • 11.20am – Making Nowie
  • 12 noon – Culture workshops with Matt Doyle
  • 12.35pm – Dancestry with Kiris An Tharan Torres Strait Island Dance Troupe
  • 1.10pm – Dancestry with Muggera with students from Chifley College Bidwill
  • 1.45pm – Making fried scones
  • 2.20pm – Dancestry with Matt Doyle

Other activities

  • 11am–3pm – Art Workshops
  • 11am–3pm – Taronga Zoo
  • 11am–3pm – Face painting

Kids games

  • 11am–3pm – Indigenous games
  • 11am–3pm – Fair game
  • 11am–3pm – Clinics including Netball NSW, Hockey NSW and Football NSW

Knowledge and Culture

Learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures with educational and interactive displays.

Participants include the Art Gallery of NSW, the Australian Museum, UTS, the Australian Film, Television and Radio School’s Indigenous Unit, the State Library of NSW, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia and the City of Sydney’s Eora Journey.

Healing Space

The Healing Space explores the national NAIDOC Week theme, Voice.Treaty.Truth.

We acknowledge this theme may be emotional for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as they reflect on what it means to them, their families and communities.

The Healing Space will host activities that promote self-care and healing through weaving and jewellery making workshops and a community art mural.

Art Gallery

Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative presents a collaborative art exhibition with APY Art Centre Collective.

Both organisations will have some amazing art pieces available to buy on the day.

Informative and engaging talks will be hosted at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm. Visit the Art Gallery tent for more information.

Food zone

11am–3pm – Food stalls available
Sample mouth watering bites such as crocodile sang choy bau and kangaroo chilli pies.

Midday – Earth Oven
Taste some tucker from the two earth oven pits dug in Hyde Park. Earth ovens are a traditional method of cooking underground using hot rocks and natural materials to seal in the heat and slow cook food for hours.

Marketplace

Come along to NAIDOC’s marketplace to buy local and authentic art, craft and produce from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses.

  • Preserves and relishes with native plants.
  • Accessories, including handmade jewellery.
  • Yoga mats, essential oils and creams.

When

Saturday 13 July 2019 from 11am to 3pm

Cost

Free

KU-RING-GIA

Ballet for Better Balance 55+™ seniors ballet class level 1, term 3

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For : Seniors
When:
Tue

09 Jul 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

16 Jul 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

23 Jul 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

30 Jul 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

06 Aug 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

13 Aug 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

20 Aug 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

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27 Aug 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

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03 Sep 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

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10 Sep 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

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17 Sep 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Tue

24 Sep 2019 at  10:00 AM  -11:00 AM

Where: Studio 2, Ecole Ballet and Dance Theatre
1A  Lindfield Avenue, Lindfield
Contact details:

Contact Person: Veronique
Telephone: 0497 453 068
Email: info@seniorsballet.com.au
Website: Dancing for Wellbeing
Cost: Free first trial class. Thereafter $18 per class or $80 for 5 class pass

About

Ballet for Better Balance 55+™ Level 1 Seniors ballet class welcomes Seniors with some previous ballet training.

This class will suit Seniors wanting to reignite their passion for ballet after hanging up their ballet shoes for decades.

Age is no barrier as there are students who rekindled their interest at the age of 80 and upwards.

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

WINTERLIGHT 2019

People ice skating at Winterlight
Winterlight is returning to Parramatta these July school holidays! Skate, Eat and Play at Winterlight, where magic happens every day Friday, 5 July – Sunday, 21 July.

Discover a winter wonderland right here in the heart of City of Parramatta. Skate the day away on the largest open-air ice rink in Sydney or slide down the 30 metre long Winterlight ice slide. Little ones can skate in a safe environment in the dedicated kid’s sessions at the start of each day. Back and better than ever, the Alpine Food Village will host a range of delicious food vendors. Don’t miss the lunchtime deals and 2 for 1 Tuesdays!

Whether it’s the fun hands-on workshops, mulled wine bar, carnival rides or the bamboozled cabaret shows, there’s something at Winterlight for everyone!

Visit the Winterlight website for more information.

Friday, 5th July – Sunday, 21 July
Prince Alfred Square

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