Hills Community Aid
Hills Community Aid in partnership with St Matthew’s Uniting Church Baulkham Hills are taking registrations for the next round of computer classes for beginners. Classes offer adults of any age the opportunity to receive one to one tutoring on introductory topics such as accessing the internet and using email. Classes are completely free and run for 1 hour, each Wednesday over 5 weeks. To enquire, enroll or volunteer as an instructor, call Hills Community Aid (9639 8620) or St Matthew’s Uniting Church Baulkham Hills (9686 3003).
Awesome Achievers: Portrait Stories from Australians of the Year
Hawkesbury Regional Gallery in Windsor launches its 2016 program with a spectacular exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra: Awesome Achievers: Stories from Australians of the Year.
The exhibition features selected recipients of the Australian of the Year awards over the past 55 years, grouped around eight main themes.
Dr Anne Sanders from the National Portrait Gallery will be speaking at the opening by the Mayor on Friday, 12 February at 6:30pm. Entry is free and refreshments will be served. The exhibition runs until 27 March.
Love music? Try Freegal!
If you want millions of free songs at your fingertips, then come along to an introductory workshop to learn about the Library’s free downloadable music collection. It will be held at Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor on Thursday, 11 February, 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Call 4560 4460 or email email@example.com
Enjoy a morning with author Isaac Bacirongo
Hear the story of BaTembo Pygmy, Isaac Bacirongo and his fight to save his identity from extinction plus the journey that took him from the Congo, through the brutality of dictatorship and war, to the arrival and settlement in the suburbs of Sydney.
Hawkesbury Library Service will host an author talk with Isaac Bacirongo and Michael Nest on Wednesday, 17 February at 10:00 to 11:30am where you will hear Isaac present his memoir ‘Still A Pygmy’.
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