Local Grammar School investigates boarding
One Eye Film Festival to screen this weekend
IF you’d like to see what our region’s filmmakers have been creating lately – for free – then make sure you catch the One Eye Film Festival this weekend.
It will be the Dubbo Filmmakers Group’s fifth annual festival of locally-produced movies. The official blurb from the Western Plains Cultural Centre (WPCC) describes it as ‘the Tropfest of the Central West’.
More than 20 films will be screened in the Drama Room at the WPCC’S Community Arts Centre over two days – tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday, November 3 and
4 – from 7 o’clock both evenings. It’s best to book soon as available seats are filling up fast. Contact the WPCC for more info or go to the Dubbo Filmmaker’s website. MACQUARIE Anglican Grammar School is investigating the demand for a boarding school facility in Dubbo by visiting a number of regional areas.
Earlier this year, staff visited Cobar, Nyngan, Coonamble and Warren to meet and survey parents.
In the next phase of research, staff will be visiting Bourke on Monday, November 20, at 6pm at Diggers on the Darling; Walgett on Tuesday, November 21, at 6pm at Walgett RSL; and Broken Hill on Thursday, November 30, at 6pm at The Musicians Club.
Interested parents should complete the Macquarie Anglican Grammar School boarding survey which can be found on the school’s website.