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HINTON: Treasures of Australian art 16 Feb 2018
Discover one of the great art collections in the country... The Howard Hinton Collection at the New England Regional Art Museum is the result of one of the greatest acts of artistic philanthropy and benefaction in Australian history. Today it is one of the most significant collections of Australian art in regional New South Wales and the permanent exhibition HINTON: Treasures of Australian art provides visitors with the opportunity to experience a selection of these great artworks that belong to the community of Armidale. Discover paintings by leading Australian artists including Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Margaret Preston, Elioth Gruner, Nora Heysen, Norma Lindsay and many, many others. Open 10.00am - 4.00pm Tuesday - Sunday (Closed Mondays) Entry by donation or by purchasing souvenir booklet/list of works ($5.00) New England Regional Art Museum 106-114 Kentucky St Armidale Tel: 02 6772 5255 #howardhinton #neramuseum http://www.neram.com.au
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Salient: Contemporary artists at the Western Front23 Mar 2018
In 2017 twelve leading Australian artists visited the First World War battlefields of the Western Front a century after the conflict that claimed so many lives. This exhibition brings together the works they created in response to the experience. Participating artists: Deirdre Bean Harrie Fasher Paul Ferman Michelle Hiscock Ross Laurie Steve Lopes Euan Macleod Ian Marr Idris Murphy Amanda Penrose Hart Luke Sciberras Wendy Sharpe Photographs by Robert Linnegar Salient Exhibition catalogue will be on sale at Museum Shop At NERAM the exhibition will be supplemented with artworks on loan from the Australian War Memorial. A New England Regional Art Museum exhibition http://www.neram.com.au Presented in partnership with: King Street Gallery Centenary of ANZAC New England Regional Art Museum 106-114 Kentucky St Armidale t: 02 6772 5255 NERAM is supported by: Armidale Regional Council Create NSW
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New England High Country: Forty Photographers23 Mar 2018
Explore the New England High Country through the eyes of forty photographers who have captured the uniqueness and diversity of the life and landscape of this region as part of four-year community photographic project. Experience the dramatic changing of the seasons, the beautiful natural landscape and the active culture including arts, sports, industry and community of Armidale and the surrounding region in the pages of the newly published book and on the walls of the accompanying exhibition. The publication of the book and the exhibition has been organised by Armidale based photographer Terry Cooke. The 'New England High Country: Forty photographers' book will be on sale at the Museum Shop. Photographs in this exhibition will be available for purchase. NERAM is supported by Armidale Regional Council, Create NSW and the Margaret Olley Art Trust. http://www.neram.com.au IMAGE: Mark & Bernice O'Mahoney 'Lyrebird'
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A Place for Culture?10 Apr 2018
Supporting cultural competence of non-Indigenous educators in ECEC services who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families Date: Tuesday 10th April 2018 (Workshop 1) & Monday 25th June 2018 (Workshop 2) Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Venue: Minimbah Preschool Gym 1-15 Galloway Street, Armidale Cost: $160 per person (limited spaces available) Morning tea/lunch/tea afternoon provided Please register early to ensure your spot in this workshop. To Register for the workshop contact Anarla Moran Email: anarla@minimbah.net or Phone: 02 67724853 For information about the workshop contact Judith McKay-Tempest, Early Years Training Coordinator at SNAICC Email: Judith.mckaytempest@snaicc.org.au or Phone: 03 9489 8099
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The Journey to Big School11 Apr 2018
Working with primary schools, early childhood services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to support children’s school readiness and their effective transition to formal schooling Date: Wednesday 11th April 2018 (Workshop 1) & Monday 25th June 2018 (Workshop2) Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Venue: Minimbah Preschool Gym 1-15 Galloway Street, Armidale, NSW Cost: $150 per person (limited spaces available) Morning Tea/Lunch/Afternoon Tea Provided Please register early to ensure your spot in this workshop. To register contact Anarla Moran at Minimbah Preschool anarla@minimbah.net or 02 6772 4853 For information about the workshop, contact Judith McKay-Tempest Early Years Training Coordinator, at SNAICC: judith.mckaytempest@snaicc.org.au or 03 9489 8099
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Photographic exhibition - My Nan and I11 Apr 2018
My Nan and I is a photographic exhibition of grandmothers, great grandmothers and their grandchildren from the local Aboriginal community. Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Keeping Place, 96-104 Kentucky Street. 9am-4pm. Entertainment and light refreshments. For more information, phone (02) 6771 3606. The photos show the loving interactions between generations of Aboriginal community members. The strong bond between grandmothers and their grandchildren play an important role in their grandchildren’s childhood, helping to shape and mould their perception of family and providing valuable lessons that will follow them into adulthood. These photos illustrate the closeness between the individuals and capture those moments for generations to come.
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Exhibition – ‘Totems’11 Apr 2018
Totems is an exhibition of artefacts chosen by the Creative Producer from the ACCKP collection to educate the public about the relevance of totems to the Aboriginal community. Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Keeping Place, 96-104 Kentucky Street. 9am-4pm. Entertainment and light refreshments. For more information, phone (02) 6771 3606. A totem has to be a natural object such as a plant or animal. There is a community that even has a ‘waterhole’ as its totem. When a totem is an animal, the community group to which it belongs is forbidden to kill or eat it. Totems must originate from the community’s region. Individuals are responsible for overseeing and protecting their totems for the next generation. The practice of adopting a totem is complex and can be very complicated. Totems can be passed on through generations. Families can have separate totems although they belong to the same community.
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Exhibition - Ladies of the Land11 Apr 2018
Ladies of the Land is a combined exhibition of works by five Aboriginal women artists: Tracey Cattana, Alison Williams, Eleanor Binge, Rosalle Jaluka Quinlin and Melissa Craig Jingalu. Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Keeping Place, 96-104 Kentucky Street. 9am-4pm. Entertainment and light refreshments. For more information, phone (02) 6771 3606. The women of Kamilaroi, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr nations come from Tamworth, Inverell, Corindi Beach and Macksville. These exceptional artists enjoy using bold colours in their artworks because colour reflects and shows the positives in life. One of the major themes in their works is the visual representation of Aboriginal culture, history, traditions and stories.
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Bingo @ the Armidale Golf Club every Friday13 Apr 2018
Armidale Golf Club runs Bingo every Friday from 11am. We have a short break for lunch and wrap things up around 1.30pm. Everybody is welcome. Lots of great prizes to be won, a happy environment and an outlook over golf course which has to be seen to be believed. www.armidalegolf.com.au
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Jazz and Blues at the Welder's Dog3 May 2018
Come and enjoy some of the finest jazz and blues grooves at the Welder's Dog every Thursday night. Here is the May lineup: 3RD - SMS BLUES EXPRESS 10TH - ASH HALL TRIO 17TH - BEKK BAUMGARTNER, BOSSAS, BALLADS AND BEBOP 24TH - BOPCATZ 31ST - JAM SESSION
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Exhibition: Deep Cuts 4 May 2018
Deep Cuts explores the work of contemporary Australian printmakers Rew Henks, Brian Robinson, Dianne Fogwell, Angela Cavalieri and David Frazer, who push the limits of traditional woodcut, lino and other relief printmaking techniques with massive works which explore themes of identity, nationality, history, language and location. NERAM’s Print Room series explores the various processes, techniques and styles of printmaking as an art form. New England Regional Art Museum 106-114 Kentucky St 10am - 4pm Tuesday - Sunday (closed Mondays) Entry by donation Further information on NERAM website at http://www.neram.com.au Image: David Frazer Slow Boat linocut print 2016 https://www.facebook.com/events/604016563296429/
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Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA) exhibition4 May 2018
The Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA) is Grafton Regional Gallery’s biennial flagship art prize, promoting innovation and excellence in contemporary Australian drawing. JADA 2016 continues to explore the way drawing resonates as a contemporary medium, demonstrating the relevance and strength of drawing in Australia. This is a Grafton Gallery Touring Exhibition sponsored by the Friends of the Grafton Gallery and supported by the Clarence Valley Council. New England Regional Art Museum 106-144 Kentucky St Armidale Open 10am - 4pm Tuesday - Sunday Entry by donation Further information at NERAM website: http://www.neram.com.au Image: Adam Cusack In Plain Sight 2016
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Presentation on strategic planning for regional universities28 May 2018
A presentation by the Chief Planner for the Department of Planning and Environment, Gary White, on strategic planning around regional universities. All interested members of the community are invited to attend the presentation, at the University of New England’s Natural Resources Lecture Theatre EM1 (W055) from noon. The presentation will explore the global forces changing our world and how our cities, settlements, communities and universities are reshaping and repositioning in response to the challenges and opportunities of change. The NSW planning system is examined as a method to manage this change. For enquiries, contact Francesca in the UNE’s Events and Protocol Office on 6773 5049 or fstahlu2@une.edu.au http://www.une.edu.au/connect/events/events/presentation-by-mr-gary-white,chief-planner-for-the-department-of-planning-and-environment
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UNE Chamber Ensembles Free Concert T31 May 2018
UNE Chamber Ensembles Free Concert at LCR, Austin College, UNE Thursday 31 May 2018 at 6pm String, Wind, SATB Vocal Ensembles and the UNE Three Tenors Enquires: Andrea Gledhill 0429 362 874
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Armidale French Film Festival1 Jun 2018
Five wonderful films shown over 3 days Venue: Belgrave Cinema Times: TBC Tickets available from Belgrave Cinema Friday Evening: Marie - Francine / 50 is the new 30 Saturday Afternoon: Ce Qui Nous Lie / Back to Burgundy Saturday Night: Le Retour Du Heros / Return of the Hero Sunday Afternoon: Demain Tout Commence / Two is a Family Sunday Evening: Les Gardiennes / The Guardians
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Carmen1 Jun 2018
Michael Hoskins Centre, The Armidale School (enter from Chapel Street). 7.30-9pm. Passion and power collide as Melbourne City Ballet presents Carmen at the Hoskins Centre. Don José is called upon to return home to marry childhood sweetheart Micaela. However, a chance encounter with the enchanting gypsy girl Carmen, leads them both into a tumultuous relationship of passion and destruction. A fiery, free spirited woman, Carmen’s fate is written in the cards but she refuses to be tamed by any man. The splendour of Carmen is in the passionate pas de deux and stirring group numbers. Whether it’s the seductive factory workers that lure you in or the strutting bullfighters that set your hearts aflutter, Melbourne City Ballet’s Carmen is a vibrant and bold production that will have audiences en garde from the very first overture. $35 (adult), $30 (concession), $25 (student) - available from www.hoskins.as.edu.au. For more information phone (02) 6776 5800.
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Armidale Dance Group2 Jun 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale PLAYHOUSE Restoration Dinner and Auction2 Jun 2018
A new era for the PLAYHOUSE. Armidale PLAYHOUSE Restoration Dinner and Auction, raising funds to progress internal renovations of its theatre and ensure audiences have the best comfort and latest technology in lighting and sound. Armidale PLAYHOUSE and Armidale Drama & Musical Society (ADMS) secured funding to start renovations of the PLAYHOUSE theatre. The first stage has been completed. The completed renovation will provide Armidale with a community-based, 110-seat working theatre for stage productions, musical performances, lectures and talks. Enjoy a great dinner and good fun and help your community. Armidale Bowling Club. Tickets www.adms.org.au or contact Bruce Menzies brucegmenzies@gmail.com www.adms.org.au
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Armidale Birdwatching Group3 Jun 2018
Venue: Sunnyside TSR, off New England Highway (north) Time: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street) Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262
Myall Creek
Myall Creek and Beyond Symposium8 Jun 2018
The Myall Creek and Beyond Symposium brings together a series of speakers and researchers who work in history, law, cultural studies, visual arts, performing arts, peace studies, education and other fields. Participants will explore the historical, legal and cultural significance of the Myall Creek Massacre and the subsequent prosecution of the murderers. They will also examine the way the contemporary memorial event has become a local, national and international symbol for reconciliation between communities. 8.30am - 5pm Venue: Oorala Aboriginal Centre, University of New England Presented by the New England Regional Art Museum in partnership with the Friends of Myall Creek Memorial. Registrations and full program available online at NERAM website: http://www.neram.com.au/learn-2/myall-creek-and-beyond-symposium/
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Myall Creek and Beyond exhibition8 Jun 2018
A group of contemporary indigenous artists respond to the Myall Creek Massacre and its aftermath in this new exhibition at the New England Regional Art Museum in Armidale. On the afternoon of Sunday 10 June 1838, a group of 11 convicts and ex-convict stockmen, led by a squatter, brutally slaughtered 28 Aboriginal men, women and children who were camped peacefully at the station of Myall Creek in the New England region. Although there were many other massacres of indigenous people, this one had special significance because it was the only time when white men were arrested, charged and hanged for the massacre of Aborigines, following a police investigation. The exhibition features the work of Robert Andrew, Fiona Foley, David Leha, Carole MacGregor, Laurie Nilsen and Judy Watson. Curated by Bianca Beetson. New England Regional Art Museum 106-114 Kentucky St, Armidale Open 10am - 4pm Tuesday - Sunday http://www.neram.com.au/myall-creek-and-beyond/
Melbourne Comedy Festival
Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow12 Jun 2018
Michael Hoskins Centre, The Armidale School (enter from Chapel Street) 7.30-10pm. Australia’s largest comedy festival is packing up and ready to roll Join the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow as it journeys around Australia, home-delivering hot and tasty comic treats to audiences near and far. Featuring fantastic funnymakers from Australia and beyond, the Roadshow has it all. It’s stand-up, sketch, satire, silliness and song – all in one side-splitting show! For nearly 20 years this roving tour-de-comedy has visited towns and cities around Australia and finally it is making its way to Armidale. There’s nowhere these exceptional entertainers fear to tread and you won’t want to miss it when this bounty of belly laughs rolls into town. $35pp - available from www.trybooking.com/VEMW For more information phone (02) 6776 5800.
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow12 Jun 2018
Michael Hoskins Centre, The Armidale School (enter from Chapel Street) 7.30-10pm. Australia’s largest comedy festival is packing up and ready to roll Join the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow as it journeys around Australia, home-delivering hot and tasty comic treats to audiences near and far. Featuring fantastic funnymakers from Australia and beyond, the Roadshow has it all. It’s stand-up, sketch, satire, silliness and song – all in one side-splitting show! For nearly 20 years this roving tour-de-comedy has visited towns and cities around Australia and finally it is making its way to Armidale. There’s nowhere these exceptional entertainers fear to tread and you won’t want to miss it when this bounty of belly laughs rolls into town. $35pp - available from www.trybooking.com/VEMW For more information phone (02) 6776 5800.
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Frosty Balls Volleyball Tournament16 Jun 2018
2 day Social indoor volleyball tournament for all skill levels. Most divisions have no gender restrictions ranging from serious 'Big Hitters" to mixed social teams and includes a >40yrs Masters division. Email an expression of interest to armidalevolleyball@bigpond.com to receive an information pack and details of team registration. Venue is SportUNE, University of New England.
Dancing ball
Armidale Dance Group22 Jun 2018
Venue: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street Time: 7.30-10.30pm Cost: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Diesel @ the serVies30 Jun 2018
Venue: Armidale Ex-services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street Time: 7.30 for 8.00pm Cost: $40 - available from Club reception For more information, phone 02 6776 0800
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Armidale Dance Group7 Jul 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Dance Group20 Jul 2018
Venue: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street Time: 7.30-10.30pm Cost: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Agriculture 201823 Jul 2018
Meetings International is prestigiously organising International conference on Agriculture & Horticulture, mainly focusing on the theme “Current trends in Agriculture & Horticulture” with a motivation to provide an excellent international platform for the academicians, researchers, engineers, industrial participants and budding students around the world to share their research findings with the global experts. International conference on Agriculture & Horticulture will be held in Toronto, Canada on July 23-24, 2018. https://www.meetingsint.com/agri-aqua-conferences/agriculture-horticulture
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Armidale Dance Group4 Aug 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Birdwatching Group5 Aug 2018
Venue: Environmental Education Centre, Thalgarrah (off Rockvale Road) Time: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street) Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262
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NECOM - Madame Butterfly7 Aug 2018
Venue: Lazenby Hall, University of New England (take Clarkes Road, turn into Ring Road, north, turn into the northern carpark, walk through shops and courtyard) Time: 7.30pm Cost: $30-80 (+ 30c booking fee) - available from https://www.trybooking.com/book/search For more information, phone Kate Thomas on 02 6788 2137 U.S. Naval officer B.F. Pinkerton is ashore in Japan, and enchanted with its beauty and freedoms. He decides to take a wife, and when the gorgeous geisha Butterfly arrives, he is transfixed by her charms. She falls hopelessly in love, and a passionate marriage begins. Years later, Pinkerton has returned home. Abandoned by her family, Butterfly waits faithfully for her husband to return. Dawn breaks on a ship in the harbour. What will become of her great hope? Puccini’s popular opera inspired the musical Miss Saigon. It is filled with gorgeous music, from the lovers’ first rapturous embrace to the intense finale.
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Armidale Dance Group17 Aug 2018
Venue: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street Time: 7.30-10.30pm Cost: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Dance Group1 Sep 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Birdwatching Group2 Sep 2018
Venue: Gwydir Park Road TSR, off New England Highway (north) Time: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street) Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262
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SLA Sustainable House Tour8 Sep 2018
Visit Armidale houses that show examples of sustainability in design, materials, construction or energy use. Houses are being selected for this bi-annual weekend tour organised by Sustainable Living Armidale Inc. Previous tours have included interesting new and old houses, some quite small, and some renovations. It’s a wonderful opportunity for people interested in living more sustainably to see actual examples in our community, and talk to the homeowners about the details of their houses. For more information, check out the SLA website: http://www.slarmidale.org
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Armidale Dance Group21 Sep 2018
Venue: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street Time: 7.30-10.30pm Cost: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Dance Group6 Oct 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Birdwatching Group7 Oct 2018
Venue: Gara TSR, Castledoyle Road Time: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street) Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes DAYLIGHT SAVING BEGINS - put clock FORWARD one hour For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262
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Armidale Dance Group19 Oct 2018
Venue: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street Time: 7.30-10.30pm Cost: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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UNE Graduation - The Professions Awards26 Oct 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
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Black Mountain School & Community Reunion27 Oct 2018
A school & community reunion is being held on Saturday 27th October. A lunch and afternoon tea will be held at the Guyra Bowling and Recreation Club along with fun activities for all to enjoy. A Facebook page Black Mountain Friends has been created. Please visit the page to register your name and contact information. or email Alison - alisonjoy7@gmail.com Tim - timothysnell65@hotmail.com We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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UNE Graduation - Arts & Sciences Awards27 Oct 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
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Annual PLC Armidale Old Girls' Reunion Weekend28 Oct 2018
Each year the PLC Armidale Old Girls' Union and the college hosts a weekend for past students and staff. The weekend includes college tours, a high tea hosted by the P&F and dinners organised by each reunion group organiser. It is a wonderful opportunity for the ‘Old Girls’ of PLC Armidale to catch up, reminisce about their experiences and re-connect with the college. People come from all over Australia and internationally to attend. http://www.plcarmidale.nsw.edu.au/community/alumni/old-girls-union
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Armidale’s best Christmas Lights1 Nov 2018
Think you've got the best Christmas Lights in town? Professionals Armidale Real Estate are proud to be hosting 'The Armidale Christmas Light Competition'. Contact Professionals Armidale on (02) 6772 4549 to place your details on the register. A map will be provided to the public to help them find your Christmas light display. Prizes will be awarded for the best house and the most money raised for nominated charities.
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Armidale Dance Group3 Nov 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Birdwatching Group4 Nov 2018
Venue: Little Llangothlin Nature Reserve, Bagot Road, Guyra Time: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street) Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262
Goldner Quartet
Goldner Quartet8 Nov 2018
Venue: Town Hall, 127 Rusden Street. Time: 7.00pm. Cost: $$45 (adult), $35 (pensioner), $25 (full-time student) - available from https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=336156 (30¢ booking fee applies to each ticket). NECOM will assist in making a booking (credit card only) by phoning 02 6788 2137 or in person at office (Level 1, Old Teachers' College, cnr Mossman and Faulkner Streets (cash, cheque, credit card). For more information, phone 02 6788 2137. Approaching their 25th anniversary in 2020, Australia’s premier string quartet remain in demand internationally as performers and recording artists. With no changes to their line-up since their inception in 1995, the Goldners bring unmatched musical intuition to every phrase. It’s this closeness that makes them so appealing to watch in performance – every motion and every glance appears in the music as well.
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Armidale Dance Group16 Nov 2018
Venue: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street Time: 7.30-10.30pm Cost: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Dance Group1 Dec 2018
VENUE: Legacy House, 89 Faulkner Street TIME: 7.30-10.30pm COST: $9pp A "plate" for supper appreciated For more information, phone Hazel on 02 6775 2543 or email hcharles@bigpond.com
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Armidale Birdwatching Group2 Dec 2018
Venue: Dumaresq Dam, Booroolong Road Time: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street) Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262