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Whats On : October 2009
Special interest groups Poetry night -- Friday 30 October 5.30pm, Literature Lounge, Level Two. Our theme for the night is Witches and all things Halloween and will feature the Reverend Hellfire, Lena Marlene, the girls from Scoundrelles, other local artists and an Open Mic section (places still available, please call the library to book a place). Brisbane Square knitting circle -- Wednesdays 14 and 28 October 12 noon-1pm, Suspended Meeting Room, Level One. BYO needles and wool -- patterns and instructions provided. All blankets made will be donated to charity. Third Wednesday book club -- Wednesday 21 October 12 noon-1.30pm, Room 1.3, Level One. This month, read and discuss How Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates Gill. Premiere cinema group -- Tuesday 27 October 12.30-1.15pm, Community Meeting Room, Ground Floor. Older women's health seminar: Managing Arthritis -- Monday 19 October 10am-12 noon, Community Meeting Room, Ground Floor. For bookings or more information please contact Older Women's Network Office on (07) 3358 2301. * 30:30 Vision Mosaic Art Exhibition Talk and Tour -- Saturday 17 October 11am- 12 noon, Tiered Theatrette, Ground Floor. Dr. David Humphreys will explain the basics of mosaics, its history and the background to the 30:30 Vision Mosaic Art Exhibition. A guided tour of the Exhibition (on Level Two) will also be included. Bookings essential. Free film screenings French films La France (2007) -- Friday 9 October 5pm, Tiered Theatrette, Ground Floor. L'esquive (Games of Love and Chance) (2003) -- Friday 23 October 5pm, Tiered Theatrette, Ground Floor. Displays 30:30 Vision Mosaic Art Exhibition -- Wallspace, Level Two. The Mosaic Association of Australia and New Zealand is presenting a display consisting of 30x30cm hanging mosaic art, on the theme of "Crusty Oceania." Fragile nature -- Display cabinets, Level Two. An exploration by members of the Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia (QLD Chapter) into the delicate balance of nature. Saskia Levy -- Display cabinets, Level Two. Saskia's work combines techniques in recycled art, oil-based clay modelling and artists books containing collage, writing and etching. History at home -- Local History Gallery, Level Two. An exploration into your home's historical roots. Discover more about the heritage of where you live and how to preserve your family's memories. Artwork by Jonathan Cajepe -- City Zoo space, Level One. Metamorphosis:Transformation from the Inside Out. An exhibition that explores the transition from adversity, trial and addiction to a life of freedom. Nudge's Tale display -- Foyer, Ground Floor. Nudge's Tale tells the story of baby