Don Dwyer's wonderful June Calendar

Tuesday 21 June, 6 p.m. Tonight's Lionel Murphy Memorial Lecture, presented by Senator the Hon. Penny Wong, HAS MOVED to Theatre 3, Manning Clark Centre, Australian National University. If you have any questions please contact Penny Cox on 0478 337 706.

Wednesday 22 June, 7.30 to 9 p.m., All Saints Church, 9 - 15 Cowper St, Ainslie.
Frank Brennan SJ: "Can we stop the boats decently?"  Free community forum.

Thursday 23 June, 5.30 p.m., Manning Clark House, 11 Tasmania Circle, Forrest:
Dr Bidda Jones, Chief Scientist RSPCA: "Animal Cruelty".  Free entry; bookings essential:, 6295 1808 or 6295 9433.

23 June to 17 July: Winter Festival in the City. Open-air ice-skating & other events.

Friday 24 June:  UK Referendum result: "Should the UK remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?"

24 June to 26 June: Friday 9 - 6; Saturday 9 - 5; Sunday 10 - 4, Vikings Club, Erindale:
Lifeline Book Fair.

Saturday 25 June, Alboriginal Tent Embassy, 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., Working Bee. Things for winter: firewood; blankets.

Monday 27 June, National Library Bookplate Restaurant due to reopen.

Tuesday 28 June, 12.30 p.m., Hughes Community Centre, $2:
Professor Bob Gregory, "Economic issues for our new government".

Wednesday 29 June, University of Canberra, Ann Harding Centre (Building 24):
Mature Workers Expo. Phone 1800 024 915. See campus map:


Saturday 2 July: Federal Election

Sunday 3 July, 2 to 5 p.m. & every Sunday, Kurrajong Hotel, 8 National Cct, Barton:
Jazz Sundays at the Kurrajong Hotel.  Phone 6234 4444.

8 to 10 July: World Curry Festival in the City. City Walk, Canberra.

12 to 27 July, Palace Cinema, Acton: Scandinavian Film Festival

Saturday 16 July, Canberra Theatre: "The Simon and Garfunkel Story".

16 July, 2 p.m., National Film & Sound Archive:
Martin Scorsese, "No direction home: Bob Dylan" (2005)

16 July, Canberra Theatre:
Dami Im, "Yesterday Once More: Classic Carpenters" tour.

Wednesday 20 July, 6 p.m.,  National Library,
Manning Clark Memorial Lecture by George Megalogenis.  $20

Saturday 23 July, 4:30 p.m., National Film & Sound Archive:
"The King of Comedy" (1983), starring Robert de Niro & Jerry Lewis.

Saturday 30 July, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Exhibition Park:
For dogs and their friends: "A Pooch Affair".



Wednesday 3 August, 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., National Library:
"Australia & the Easter Rising in Ireland".  RSVP Andrew Blyth, 0466 402 415.

5 to 21 August, Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro


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