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We’ve received the Banyule City Council Cultural Network e-newsletter for February 2012. It’s chock full of events, dates, news and more. Here’s the link to the newsletter: Feb 2012
If you want to receive the newsletter directly, apply to Banyule City Council.
Here is a summary of some of the events that are coming up:
SHAKE THE HOUSE! Saturday 18 – Sunday 19 Feb
150 Princes Street, Carlton
FREE CLASSES for the whole weekend!
Teachers include Monica Singh (Odissi, Indian Classical), Deanne Butterworth (Contemporary) Ally McNamara (Kiddy Rock) Gemarja Lomas (Feldenkrais), Anne O’Keefe (Improvisation) and more! Visit http://www.dancehouse.com.au for more info.
Makers Market, Saturday February 18, from 10am
Livingstone Community Centre, Cnr Livingstone St & Waterdale Rd
Great variety of unique quality handmade wares suitable as great gifts for all occasions!
Summer Printmaking and Drawing classes with Rona Green
Introduction to Linocut Printmaking on Sunday 12 February
Creative Drawing on Saturday 18 February
Each one day class runs from 10am-4pm and costs $190 including all materials.
Suitable for absolute beginners or those with experience.
For more info visit: www.ronagreen.com/classes
Briar Hill Artist Co-operative Exhibition ‘A Moment In Time’
Wednesday 15th February until 26th March
Bridges Nursery Gallery Restaurant, 1075 Heidelberg Kinglake Rd
Invitation to meet the artists 18th February 2-4pm
Contact email@example.com or phone 0409433552
‘Jandamamrra’s War’ , Monday February 6, 7.30pm
Ivanhoe Uniting Church,19 Seddon Street, Ivanhoe
Jandamarra’s War is the story of an Australian Aboriginal man who should be as famous as Ned Kelly.
The Lion In Winter – 23rd Feb – 10th March,
Heidelberg Theatre Company
Written by James Goldman and directed by Karen Wakeham, The Lion In Winter is a witty story of a dysfunctional royal family. A must-see show! Chosen to celebrate this 60th Anniversary year of HTC.
To book visit http://www.htc.org.au or call the HTC Box Office on 9457 4117.
Preview Night & Opening Night Group of 50 – $10 per tkt.
The Joy Luck Club, February 28, 7pm
Heidelberg Film Society February Film
Heidelberg Theatre, Turnham Av,Rosanna
‘Gaia’ as part of Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival
Thursday 23rd of February, from 5pm, FREE
Bulleen Art and Garden, 6 Manningham Rd. West, Bulleen
A night of discussion, performance, song and art whilst raising funds for Sustainable Gardening Australia.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org / 8850 3030 (for Walks and/or Launch) or visit www.baag.com.au
The Beauty of Nature
Until 31 March, 8am – 5pm
Warrandyte Café, Cnr Yarra and Police Streets
An exhibition of paintings and lino prints by Pam Wilkie.
Arden Crescent Concert Series 2012, various dates
Rosanna Uniting Church, Arden Crescent, Rosanna
Ten delightful musical afternoons.
The first concert, ‘Stars of the Future’, takes place on Sunday 4 March at 2pm. Bookings for any selection of six or more concerts are now being taken.
For more information phone 9457 2595 or email email@example.com.
NEW art classes at Watsonia Community
House and Warrandyte Neighborhood
House with Sue Bayre
Classes cater for beginners and the more experienced. Sue will help you to start your search for your artistic talent.
Watsonia Community House
47 Lambourne Rd, Watsonia
Tuesday 1 – 3pm
Warrandyte Neighborhood House
168 Yarra St, Warrandyte
Thursday 10 – 12 midday
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