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Tuesdays at the Tramshed (Page 35)
Lakeview Hall, Tramshed Arts and Community Centre, 1395A Pittwater Road
A series of separate presentations on a wide variety of topics given by people with expertise in and enthusiasm for their subject.
First Tuesday of each month, 11.00am-1.00pm
Note: Pre-booking is required for each individual session
Bookings: By email to Rosemary McCulloch, or 0448 095 958
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions and the need to have limited numbers at our venues, bookings for lectures can only be accepted for ONE MONTH AHEAD. We hope you understand that by doing this we can give all members the same opportunity for booking individual presentations. The only exception to this is if the lecture series continues for more than one session and is on ONE SUBJECT, by the SAME SPEAKER.
|2 February||Daniel Angus||CanTeen and its purpose
Daniel will talk about his work at CanTeen’s
headquarters supporting the delivery of support
and counselling services to young people
|2 March||John Watt||Starring at the Stadium 3
(changed from the advertised presentation)
This session stars Ella, Little Richard, Paul
Anka, Chuck Berry, Acker Bilk and many more.
Don’t miss it.
|6 April||John Yates||North Korea – Quo Vadis?
The country has battled typhoons, a storm,
flooding and a coronavirus lockdown and now
the rest of the world speculates over the
health of Kim Jong-un.
|4 May||Cindy Broadbent||Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre
This illustrated talk analyses the enduring
popularity of this novel with a little swarthy
governess for a heroine and a middle aged
ruffian for a hero.
|1 June||Rosemary McCulloch||Abraham Lincoln
Of all the great statesmen of the 19th century,
few equal and none surpass this man in wisdom,
humour, character and in achievement.