Community Billboard 12th July-18th July
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future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected.
Stroll down to Circular Quay This Thursday to celebrate everything French, with the Bastille day Festival-the Food Wine Art Revolution.
Back for its fifth year, the festival has launched an even bigger program- four days of gourmet food, wine, popular French music and more. The free street celebration features over 100 performance artists, speciality food offerings and a huge range of beer and wine drops from across France, Spain and Italy.
The ‘feastival’ will be divided into four areas – the BBR Village, the Nordic Village, the Latin Village and the French Emporium Village – serving up delicious treats from all across the continent, from croissants and cheese to Belgian fries, Spanish paella and meat straight from a Greek spit.
Work off the food at the free live music concerts and DJ'S, gaze at some circus performance, or marvel at the french outdoor cinema...Happy Bastille Day!
Wildlife Photographer of The Year
David Attenborough fans will be flocking to the London Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of The Year exhibit at the maritime museum. Join them as a panel of industry-recognised professionals judge those 100 finalists, taken by some of the world’s best nature photographers and selected for their creativity, artistry and technical complexity. Kids under four get free entry.
School Holidays At The Rocks Discovery Museum
Celebrate NAIDOC week, and keep the kids occupied at the Rocks Discovery Museum.
Visit the museum and be inspired by its artefacts and surroundings. Hear an Aboriginal guide talk about the design, technology and uses of artefacts, as well as materials and techniques used.
Children can enjoy a craft workshop, where they’ll learn about Aboriginal cultures, artefacts and the Gadigal language through weaving.
Zumba Gold For Older Adults
Zumba Gold is a dance fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer Alberto ‘Beto’ Perez during the 1990s.
The class uses Latin music and simple movement to improve movement, flexibility, strength and balance.
It is suited for all ages and is a fun way to socialise and stay young. It is, more importantly FREEEE!
Beers For A Good Cause
Two things close two my heart are being brought together,beer and more importantly Refugee welfare.
As part of their GoodKEG initiative, the Lady Hampshire Hotel has teamed up with the Amnesty NSW Refugee Network to throw a fundraiser for the refugee casework team at Amnesty International Australia. This is a dedicated team working to ensure that all asylum seekers have access to health, education and legal aid whilst in detention.
All proceeds from a newly-opened keg will be donated. Patrons can donate as much, or as little, as they want for each beer. Tell your mates and family!