11am to 3pm Sunday 24 August 2014
White Street Cottage, Footprints EcoFestival
White's Creek Valley, cnr of Piper and Smith Sts Annandale
This will be the seventh Eco-Annandale. Previous Eco-Annandales have taken the form of Exhibitions. See Catalogs of Previous Exhibitions: Eco-Annandale 2013 (The Carbon Cycle) | Eco-Annandale 2012 (Energy) | 2011 (Water) | Eco-Annandale 2010@Footprints (Biodiversity) | 2010 (Biodiversity) | 2009 (Annandale's modern Ecosystem).
Contact: Marghanita da Cruz
Curator Eco-Annandale & Editor Annandale on the Web
11-3pm: Bake Sale
Annandale Child Care Centre Bake Sale
Tea and Cake by the Parents (proceeds to Annandale Childcare Centre)
12noon: Short TalkDavid Springett
Annandale and the past Century
A review of architecture, past and present in Annandale, by local architect and Leichhardt Council Annandale Precinct Chairperson David Springett.
What has gone, and what do we have and what do we want in the future!
David will be introduced by Deputy Mayor, Gadigal (Annandale) Councillor Linda Kelly
12.45: Art TalkMerrick Fry
Cattle with Rising Moon
Annandale Artist Merrick Fry will talk briefly about his sculpture.
1pm Short TalkNorma Perry
The Development of Annandale from 1877 to 1878
What was Annandale like before it was a planned suburb?
Norma will be introduced by Gadigal (Annandale) Councillor Daniel Kogoy.
1.45pm: Poetry RecitalTed Floyd
Rozelle local Ted Floyd has been a long time environmental campaigner and advocate for the White's Creek Wetlands.
2pm: Short TalkMarghanita da Cruz
The Journal of Dr John White & the impact of motor cars on Annandale
In the course of research for 1920s Annandale: A Short Walk (Print on Demand Paperback and e-book), Marghanita da Cruz came across the Journal of Dr John White. White was the surgeon to the first fleet and White's Creek, street and bay are named after him. Marghanita also discovered the impact private cars had on 1920s Annandale.
Marghanita will be introduced by Councillor Vera-Ann Hannaford.
Marghanita's entry into Footprints Film Festival: World Environment Day 2014 by Marghanita da Cruz