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Whats On : March 2009
Introduction to the internet* -- Wednesdays 3 and 17 March 10.30am-12 noon, Learning Lounge, Level One. Classes and workshops Origami classes -- Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30-11am, Suspended Meeting Room, Level One. Eat well be active: Sessions for Women Wise in Middle Years -- Monday 22 March 10am-12 noon, Community Meeting Room, Level One. Healthy ageing for seniors -- eating well, keeping active and staying hydrated. For bookings or more information please contact Older Women's Network Office on (07) 3358 2301. Tracing my family's history: Where do I start?* -- Saturday 13 March 10.30am-12 noon, Local History Gallery, Level Two. A beginner's course in how to go about researching your family's history. Sustainable Living seminar Edible gardening for children and parents* -- Sunday 14 March 1-2pm. Please see page 2 for more information. Special interest groups The second Wednesday book club -- Wednesday 10 March 12 noon-1.30pm, Room 1.3, Level One. Free film screenings French films -- Fridays 12 and 26 March 5pm, Tiered Theatrette, Ground Floor. For details of these films, visit www.afbrisbane.com Displays Himmel Bjerget -- Display cabinets, Level Two. Meaning 'Mountain to Heaven' in Danish, this exhibition includes a selection of the ceramic pieces Em Trigg produced in Denmark during an artist residency at the International Ceramic Research Centre. History at home -- Local History Gallery, Level Two. View memorabilia from Brisbane's past. Pen, paper, connect -- Wall space and display cabinet, Level Two. Artist Branka Doncevska presents an exhibition exploring the growth and revelation of an image. The secret life of teenagers -- City Zoo, Level One. Photographer Camila Rico presents an exhibition representing the secret side of an average teenager in the Brisbane's western suburbs. Three colours -- Wall space and display cabinets, Level Two. This exhibition is a combination of three emerging Brisbane artists. All born in Chile, they each came to Australia as political refugees at separate times. United colours -- Wall space, Level Two. Artist Charleen Morris exhibits stylised figurative paintings of today's modern people and how their traditional cultures relate to their modern society.