Organisation was fantastic and thoroughly enjoyed by the 75 supporters who attended. Thanks so much to Andrew, Vicki, Esther, Louisa, Jemima and all those who had a hand in making the day so enjoyable. A big thank you to the Captain and crew of the Mari Nawi. Really looking forward to next year’s event.
I’ve found a few things we can do to keep entertained for this month as winter creeps upon us.
Sydney Film Festival June 5-16
The 60th Sydney Film Festival has a few free events including talks and workshops at the Festival Hub, Lower Town Hall, Sydney from June 6-14. Also the National Film and Sound Archive will be showing film from the national collection on a big screen in Martin Place from 8am-10pm every day of the Festival. You may even see yourself somewhere in the mix.
Update your Computer Skills
The City of Sydney is conducting free workshops:
- Word Basics on Tuesday June 11 from 3pm-5pm
- Excel Basics on Tuesday June 18 from 3pm-5pm
These are at the Surry Hills Library, Crown Street
- Email Basics Friday June 14, 10am-12 noon
Customs House Library, Circular Quay
Belvoir Theatre Unwaged Performances
If you love theatre, but can’t always afford it, Belvoir has unwaged performances for most productions, always on a Thursday at 2pm. The next one will be Part One of Angels in America on July 11. To collect your ticket, queue up at the Box Office from 12 noon on the day, with a Pensioner, Health Care or Veterans’ Affairs Card.
Contact belvoir.com.au for unwaged performances for the rest of the year.