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Whats On : July 2010
6 JULY 2010 3d Animation workshop* – Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 July 10am-1pm, Learning Lounge, Level One. Children will learn the basics of 3D animation, storyboarding, lighting and sound design, and make their own animated short film. This two-day workshop is ideal for children aged 8-12 years. Bookings essential. Participants should attend both sessions. School holiday fun and Gold Star events circuses, pirates and dragons: Giant drawings and fabulous songs* – Monday 5 July 2pm. Please see page 16 for more information. A week of classic family films for the school holidays: The Wizard of Oz (1939, Rated G, 98 minutes) – Wednesday 7 July 11am. Alice in Wonderland (1951, Rated G, 75 minutes) – Thursday 8 July 11am. Mary Poppins (1964, Rated G, 139 minutes) – Friday 9 July 11am. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971, Rated G, 98 minutes) – Saturday 10 July 11am. Escape the crowds with your children – Monday 28 June to Friday 9 July 10am-3pm. Please see page 5 for more information. iSkills computer classes Managing your digital photos and ‘Flickr’* – Sunday 4 July 1-2 .30pm, Learning Lou ng e, L evel One. Par ticipants should have basic co mputer skills and bring a digital camera, c ame ra c able and a USB memory stick. Introduction to web 2: Social networking* – Wedne sday 28 July 10.30am- 12 n oon, Learning L ounge, Level O ne. travel on the internet* – Wedne sday 14 July 10.30am - 12 n oon, Learning L ounge, Level O ne. creating memories: An introduction to digital scrapbooking* – Tuesday 27 July 10am -12 noo n. Par ticipants should have a basic know ledge of Microsof t Word and bring a USB memor y stick and photo s saved to memor y card, s tick or CD. Int roduction to computers* – Tuesdays 6 or 20 July 10.30am-12 no on, Learning Lounge, Level One. Int roduction to the internet* – Wedn esday 21 July 10.30am- 12 n oon, Learning L ounge, Level O ne. classes and workshops Origami classes – Wedne sdays and Friday s 9.30 - 11am, Su spended Meeting Room, Level One. Genealogy online* – Sunday 18 July 1-2 .30pm, L earning Lounge, Level O ne. Pre se nted by the Queensland Family History Society. Participants should have basic mouse and computer skills and bring any family history research paper wo rk. chosen v iew: discussion of photographs from the Elliott collection* – Saturday 17 July 10.30am-12 noon, L ocal Histo r y Galler y, Leve l Two. Join Elizabeth Bates, f ro m the Museum of Brisban e, as she present s historical Brisbane as seen through the eyes of early Brisbane re sident an d photographer, Alfred Elliott. health talk Regina Malia, Naturopath – Monday 26 July 10am- 12 noon, Community Meeting Room, Ground Floor. Regina will talk about natu ropathic health care and complementary therapies for enhancing wellbeing in mid- life. For bookings or more information please contact Older Women’s Network Office on (07) 3358 2301. Special interest groups third wednesday book club – Wed nesday 21 July 12 noon - 1.30pm, Room 1.3, Level One. displays Kobe exhibition – Mon day 28 June to Mo nday 5 July. Wall space and cabinets, Level Two. Celebrating the 25th anniversar y of the Brisbane - Kobe Sister City relationship. BrisStyle Indie designers exhibition – Cabin ets, Level Two. BrisStyle is a cooperative group of artists, crafters and artisans. ONE BOOK MANY BRISBANES The fifth edition of the One Book Many Brisbanes anthology was launched on Wednesday 2 June. The winners of the 2009 competition attended a Masterclass in February 2010 which was facilitated by the Queensland Writers’ Centre. The stories in the new anthology were developed to publication standard in this Masterclass. Don’t miss out on reading the new Brisbane stories – with a wonderful mix of different styles and themes, there is a story for everyone. Place a hold on a copy now. Or, if you prefer, buy your own copy from any Council library for just $11. 7 * Places are limited. Booking essential.