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Term 4 at the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
includes activities for the nimble and not so nimble
Hunter Baillie Spring Concert
3pm Sun, 1 Nov 2009
World Premiere of Sound Academy
Concert: $25/$20 concession
Afternoon Tea: $5
Tickets at the Door
Complementary refreshments from 2.30pm
Call for Entries Eco-Annandale Exhibition
December 2009 and January 2010
Carbon Footprint of Daily Traffic Through Annandale
The Hunter Baillie Church has applied for $30,000 to provide better lighting
in the historic Church Hall.
The Church Hall (older than the church itself!) is used not only by members of the church, but by a number of local community groups, by children from the local school, by the Song Company and by the Sydney University Graduates' Choir.
Verity Firth is asking her electorate to vote for the projects to receive a portion of the Balmain electorate's $300,000, to provide her with a basis for her recommendations to the Premier for funding under the NSW Government Community Building Partnerships scheme.
The Hunter Baillie is asking for your vote:
Another 25 projects are also seeking a share of the money.
The next Hunter Baillie Concert will be the world premiere performance by the Sound Academy followed by a fabulous afternoon tea, with the musicians and the local community, in the Church Hall for just $5. Concert: 3pm Sunday, 1 November 2009.
3pm Sat, 10 October 2009, Annandale Post Office
Whites Creek - Wildlife corridor - Wetlands
- Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery Site
Hunter Baillie Spring Festival of Music Concert
3pm Sun, 11 Oct 2009 - Violin & Cello
Leichhardt Council has received a grant for a pilot Living Streets program in Taylor St.
Annandale Shops upgrade approved
Eco-annandale Artists Guided Walk
3pm Sat, 26 Sept 2009
Start and Finish Annandale Post Office
These guided Artists' walks are short relaxed rambles of approximately 2 hours, allowing time to sketch and photograph. This months free guided walk will feature the Federal Park Wetlands.
Map and more information here:
Hunter Baillie Spring Festival of Music
3pm Sun, 27 Sept 2009
Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church
Cnr. Johnston & Collins Streets, Annandale
Tickets available at the door Adult $25/Conc $20/Child $10
(complimentary drinks & "nibblies" from 2:30pm.)
John Foster, Trumpet & David Drury at 1890 Organ.
Details of Program here:
National Tree Day
2nd August 2009
Community Planting 9.30-12noon
Whites Creek Valley Wildlife Corridor
See Map here:
Leichhardt Council has allocated additional funds to the maintenance of footpaths. So, report damaged paths.
A google map of Annandale is now available to show places and events of interest to the community.
Leichhardt Council is seeking input,
on Proposed Works at the Annandale Shops,
by 24 July 2009. Plans Available here:
Email Comments to:
Hunter Baillie Mini Fete & Jumble Sale
Saturday 25 July 2009 10:00 am - 1:00pm
*Sausage Sizzle - Devonshire Tea -White Elephant
*HB Famous Sharp Lime Pickle - Home made jams, marmalades & cakes
*Plants & Bargain Book Sale
Tax Help available at Neighbourhood Centre
Phone 96602828 for appointment
The contents of the Abbey,
including a 1939 history of the Sydney Water Board,
went under the Hammer over the weekend.
Leichhardt Council is exhibiting their Draft Management Plan and Budget 2009/2013
for public comment until 9 June 2009.
Walk Safely to School Day - Friday 15 May 2009
Whites Creek Community Garden's Talk
"Maximizing Gardening Production in a Small Area".
3pm Sunday 17 May 2009
Place: Dairy at the back of 31 White Street, Lilyfield.
Gold coin donation towards afternoon tea.
<It is now 50 years since mass tram services operated in the inner-west. Trams operated in the inner-west between 1882 and 1958 and were originally driven by steam power. From the early 1900s as Sydney’s electricity supply expanded, trams were converted to electric operation.
*Pedestrian and Bus Passenger Safety compromised on Booth St, Annandale
*Story of Camphor Laurels and Other Weeds in Australia
*JC DECAUX SCROLLING PANELS
*ANNANDALE MAINSTREET WORKS VILLAGE ART PROJECT
*ADOPT A PARK PROGRAM
*WHITES CREEK ECO-FESTIVAL
St Brendan's Primary School Development Application
*Site Inspection - 1.30pm Sat 2nd May 2009
*Recommendations will be submitted to Building and Development Council Meeting
*Build and Dev Council Meeting 7pm 12 May 2009, Leichhardt Town Hall,
*Information about DA
Next Precinct Meeting
7.30pm Monday 4 May 2009, Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
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Yoga, Councillors, Playgroups, Minature Wargames, Dancing and Music
all at the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
Zone 7 Second Hand Saturday 2nd May 2009
Whites Creek Bushcare Group,
meet Cnr Railway Pde and Hutchinson St Annandale:
9.30-12.00 Third Saturday of the month.
Garden Talk:Liz Morgan & Lorraine Shannon
Growing, harvesting and using unusual veggies
White St Community Garden
4pm Sunday 19 April 2009
29 White St, Lilyfield
Community Garden is next to Community Centre at 31 White St.
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Joan of Arc
A Christian perspective on these events in a play with careful attention to historical accuracy.
Annandale Uniting Church
March 20,21 April 3,4,5 details:
Second Hand Saturdays
Garage Sales followed by Council waste Collection
Zone 11 - Saturday 25 April 2009
Zone 7 - Saturday 28 March 2009
More at Annandale on the Web
Meet your Local Councillors
7.30pm Mon 2 February
@Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre Program
for Term 1 2009 now available at
2nd February is World Wetlands Day
Each book in this series is a self guided historical walk through Annandale. Each walk explores the people and construction of Annandale. Each book covers two decades of Annandales History a hundred years apart. The first book in the series, 1890s Annandale: A Short Walk, covers the 1790s and 1890s...more.