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Whats On : June 2009
BrisBane City CounCil liBraries Ridge Writers Group – Tuesday 16 June 7.30-9.30pm. briSbane Square Library (07) 3403 4166 Acoustics on Sunday Performance − Sunday 28 June 12 noon-2pm, Sound and Vision Lounge, Level One. This month performers are Alan Boyle and Phil Smith. Children’s events Children’s storytime − Saturdays and Sundays 11am, Children’s Lounge, Level One. Babies, books and rhymes − Fridays 10.30-11am (over 12 months) and 11-11.30am (under 12 months). Community Meeting Room, Ground Floor *Stories and songs for children in French − Friday 26 June 11.30am-12.30pm, Children’s Lounge, Level One. Cinderella Rocks: A fractured fairytale - Monday 6 July 2-2.45pm. Children’s performance. *Creature Feature: Rapt in Reptiles - Monday 6 July 10am. Big and small, there will be reptiles galore! A ranger will introduce children to a variety of turtles, lizards and snakes. This will be a great chance for children to learn about and touch some very friendly Aussie reptiles. Classes and workshops *Origami classes with Sophie − Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30–11am. (Please note, no class on Friday 12 June) Displays Archaeology Beneath Brisbane Streets - Coordinated and presented by archaeologists from the School of Social Science, The University of Queensland, in celebration of National Archaeology Week 2009 (17 to 23 May). Display cabinets, Level Two. Sound and Communications – Display cabinets, level 2 (Large Print and Reference areas). * Places are limited. Bookings essential Brisbane’s Past − Memorabilia from Brisbane’s past. This display will be ongoing throughout 2009 as part of the Brisbane 150 celebration events. Local History Gallery, Level Two. Q150 touring exhibitions, 2-27 June 2009 Celebrating Queensland’s History - Presented by Queensland State Archives. Top 150: Documenting Queensland exhibition - Presented by Queensland State Archives. An inspiring visual timeline of the decisions, events, people and places that were instrumental in shaping Queensland’s identity including the Brisbane River’s historical connection to Australia’s worst river disaster. Queensland Firsts - exhibition looks back on the past 150 years and identifies 50 history - defining milestones that shaped the State of Queensland. Our Queensland - captures some of the memorable moments and people of our great state through iconic photos from The Courier-Mail and The Sunday Mail archives. Local history Gallery, Level 2. iSkills computer classes *Introduction to social networking − Wednesday 24 June 10.30am-12 noon and Sunday 14 June 1-2.30pm. *Travel on the internet – Wednesday 10 June 10.30-12 noon. *Managing your digital photos and Flickr – Sunday 7 June 1-2.30pm. You will need to bring a digital camera, a camera cable and a USB flash drive or memory stick. Basic computer skills required. *Introduction to computers − Tuesdays 2 and 16 June 10.30am-12 noon, and Sunday 21 June 1-2pm. 11