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event Wednesday August 26th

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Memory and landscape history week 2019
Memory and landscape history week 2019
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Dates

  • event Wednesday August 26th

Times

9am - 11am

Afternoon Tea at Young Library

Hilltops Council, Young Library NSW Young

event Tuesday August 25th
event Wednesday August 26th
event Thursday August 27th
Arts and crafts ,  Digital skills ,  General education ,  Health and wellbeing

Hilltops University of the Third Age and Hilltops Library will host an afternoon tea at Young Library to showcase resources available for Adult Learners’ Week.

 

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Dates

  • event Tuesday August 25th
  • event Wednesday August 26th
  • event Thursday August 27th

Times

2.30pm

Venue: Hilltops Council, Young Library

Location: Lynch Street, Young NSW 2594

Organiser: Hilltops University of the Third Age

Phone: 0263842440

Email: youngbrainsu3a@gmail.com

English in the Library – Lismore

Lismore Library NSW Lismore

event Tuesday August 25th
event Saturday September 5th
event Thursday September 10th
General education ,  Job skills

Individual and small group support to learn English in the Lismore Library.

Sessions are friendly and free.  Book in for an hour long session.  Link up with library resources and community groups, and improve confidence to communicate in English.

Phone Lismore Library on 02 66212464 to book.

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Dates

  • event Tuesday August 25th
  • event Saturday September 5th
  • event Thursday September 10th

Times

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Venue: Lismore Library

Location: 110 Magellan Street, Lismore NSW 2480

Organiser: Richmond Tweed Regional Library

Phone: 02 66212464

Website: https://rtrl.nsw.gov.au/cp_themes/default/events.asp?id=CEF9E77C-39E1-43C0-A92C-98EBFA56C82D

The Wonders of the Hannah Cabinet – Woodworking

Lismore Regional Gallery NSW Lismore

event Saturday September 5th
event Sunday September 6th
event Saturday September 12th
Arts and crafts

The Hannah Cabinet will be opened every Wednesday at 10.30 am and the fourth Sunday of the month at 11 am by Master craftsman Geoff Hannah or his talented students: Paul Armour, Barbara Riordan, Rick Stewart, Gary Shallala-Hudson, Brian Henry, Francesco Stassi & Greg Foster.

Click here to find out more about the campaign to secure this important work for Lismore.

Click here to view a film about Geoff Hannah and his cabinet ‘A Passion for Cabinets’ by Ross Bray.

Of particular interest to cabinetmakers and woodworkers

Entry $5.00 by donation

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Dates

  • event Saturday September 5th
  • event Sunday September 6th
  • event Saturday September 12th

Times

10.30 am

Venue: Lismore Regional Gallery

Location: 11 Rural St, Lismore NSW 2480

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Organiser: Lismore Regional Gallery

Phone: 02 6627 4600

Website: https://www.lismoregallery.org/cp_themes/default/page.asp?p=DOC-MSQ-13-07-78#.XWDSuegzbcs

Email: art.gallery@lismore.nsw.gov.au

The Future of Food – Can we fix the food system?

Lismore Regional Gallery NSW Lismore

event Thursday September 3rd
Community and food
Join our panel of food practitioners and experts to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities to create a more just food system.

About this Event

We produce enough food to feed the world, but people are still hungry, the hungriest people are directly involved in food production, and the richest people spend the smallest percentage of their income on food.

Taking into account the plight of farmers in drought, the rising rates of food insecurity, the large volume of food waste, the health care and environmental costs of cheap food and inequities in the labour system in low wages from farm to plate, the food system may appear broken. On the other hand the food system is working for some, industrialised food has delivered the cheapest food possible, bad food may be good for business, but at what cost?

The news isn’t all bad and the movement for change is growing.

A food systems approach brings together the complex web of activities that bring our food from dirt to dinner. The recognised links between the environment, health, food security, poverty and social justice reflect a growing understanding of the structural forces that negatively impact people and the earth.

Join our panel of food practitioners and experts to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities to create a more just food system.

Cafe opens at 5.30pm, panel beings at 6pm.

Presented by the Lismore Regional Gallery and Southern Cross University, Thursday Night Live! is a new ongoing talks program which puts thought-provoking and big ideas in the spotlight.

  • Auslan Interpreted event on request.
  • These are wheelchair accessible events.
  • This is a free event, ticketed for seating purposes only.

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Dates

  • event Thursday September 3rd

Times

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Venue: Lismore Regional Gallery

Location: 11 Rural St, Lismore NSW 2480

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Organiser: Lismore Regional Gallery

Phone: 02 6627 4600

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-future-of-food-can-we-fix-the-food-system-tickets-69686461081

Email: art.gallery@lismore.nsw.gov.au

Danger: Trolls Ahead – Ginger Gorman

Newcastle Library NSW Newcastle

event Tuesday September 15th
Digital skills ,  General education

Australian journalist and author of the book ‘Troll Hunting’, Ginger Gorman will explore the pitfalls of living in the online world. Ginger was herself a victim of vicious internet trolling. This led her to spend five years talking to psychologists, trolling victims, law enforcement, academics and, most importantly, trolls themselves.

In this talk she explains trolling is a spectrum of behaviours with mild pranks at one end and hate crimes – like the Christchurch massacre – at the other. Ginger will show us how we can reclaim the internet’s great potential and make it safer for everyone. She will give practical tips on how to keep yourself safe online and support others who are being bullied.

This event is part of National e-Smart Week which runs from Sunday 1 September – Saturday 7 September. e-Smart week is when libraries and schools come together to help create awareness, solutions and ideas for community education on issues such as cyber safety, bullying and the responsible use of technology. Join us for our special eSmart events designed to help keep you and your family stay safe online.

Lovett Gallery in the library
Cost: Free
Bookings essential.

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Dates

  • event Tuesday September 15th

Times

6 pm - 7 pm

Venue: Newcastle Library

Location: 15 Laman Street, Newcastle NSW 2300

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Organiser: Newcastle Libraries

Phone: 02 4974 5342

Website: https://newcastle.nsw.gov.au/Library/Whats-On/Events/Danger-Trolls-Ahead-Ginger-Gorman-at-Newcastle-Lib

Email: library@ncc.nsw.gov.au