when the lilly pillys ripen on the trees..more
Enda Kenny* is an Irish-born songwriter who has made his home in Melbourne since the late 1980's. His thoughtful, descriptive stories of his adoptive homeland have struck a chord with festival audiences all over Australia and are always memorable and spiced with plenty of humour. Enda has toured with superb multi-instrumentalist Dave O'Neill since last year.
support *Glenys Eddy*
Glenys is a local singer-songwriter who has had a love of music for as long as she can remember. She sings with two local choirs: Solidarity Choir and Ecopella, and is involved with the Addison Road Sessions, the monthly singing sessions held at the Bush Music Club Hut at the Addison Road Community Centre. Glenys performs both traditional and contemporary folk songs, and will be sure to include a chorus or two!
Loaded Dog, Back Hall,
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre,
79 Johnston St, 8pm (doors open 7.40pm)
$18/20, BYO, supper available.
enquiries Sandra (02) 9358 4886, www.theloadeddog.org.au
Artists of all disciplines are invited to apply to be part of our 2017 Creative Conversations project.
Selected artists will make new works from common stimulus as they consider what it means to live as global neighbours and what does a "Fair Share" look like.
The project will culminate in an exhibition and performance events in September during Sydney Fringe Festival at ACAC.
Expressions of Interest are due Mon June 12. More information and application form here
EVERY Thurs night at Annandale Creative Arts Centre (81A Johnston Street)
Each week features a set of professional jazz followed by Free for All, a participatory improvisation session.
8pm Thursdays, $20/$10
Thurs May 25: Squeeze Box Trio
Thurs June 1: Scattered
Thurs June 8: Peter Koopman Trio
After 20 years of fund raising the Hill and Son Organ, at the Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church's Memorial Presbyterian Church's , Annandale, is being restored. The fund raising and restoration is under the watchful eye of resident organist Ralph Lane...more
245 Parramatta Road
Tetch supplies drawing pad, sketching materials nibblies and a complimentary glass of wine. Spend your Wednesday nights in good company, sweet tunes, professional model each week and exploring your creative side. All is welcome, no experience necessary! $20 (cash on arrival is fine)...more
The Annandale Craft Group meets 11am-2pm Fridays at the Annandale Community Centre... more
11:45am Tuesdays Commencing on 14th July 2015
Tai Chi class for people over 50. Suitable for people with chronic conditions. Join a free trial class then pay $6 per class!
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre, 79 Johnston St, Annandale
To book or for more information: Tel:(02)95334422 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On 12 May a new proposal to riddle the Inner west with Spagetti Tunnels and Ventilation Stacks - design for M4-M5 Link
The Greens have established a series of surveys for people to have their say about New South Wales transport and help us in our work uncovering problems with the system and attending to people’s needs.
Do Survey at: http://transformtransport.org.au/report-your-transport/
Parramatta Road has been divided into Precincts: Granville, Auburn, Homebush, Burwood-Concord, Kings Bay, Taverners Hill, Leichhardt, Camperdown connected by Frame Areas.
"The Frame Areas are important connections between Precincts and will contribute towards the transformation of the Corridor. While not the focus of growth in the Strategy, land use change and development may still occur over the longer term through 'spot rezonings' or changes to development controls...." - Parramatta Road Corridor Urban Transformation Strategy fact sheet
Strategy Documents 9 November 2016 : Urban Transformation Strategy 2016 pdf (14 MB); Implementation Plan 2016-2023 pdf (3.2 MB); Urban Amenity Improvement Plan pdf (10 MB); Planning and Design Guidelines pdf (24 MB); Infrastructure Schedule pdf (1.6 MB) - See more at: http://www.urbangrowth.nsw.gov.au/projects/parramatta-road/publications/#topic-21
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Elections will be held on 9 September 2017. There are five wards and three councillors will be elected to represent each ward.
Check enrollment for Local Government Elections 9 September 2017 : Residential & non-residential
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