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Whats On : May 2008
MoB Speaks Out and Out and About Exhibitions As well as all the other terrifi c events that are happening at libraries throughout May, the Museum of Brisbane will be 'Out and About' featuring exhibitions at six Council libraries and presenting talks about 'Brisbane, City of fi rsts'. MoB Out and About Exhibitions Brillustration: Children's book illustrators in Brisbane - Wednesday 7 May to Monday 2 June. Indooroopilly Library. Profi les of 11 Brisbane illustrators and some of their quirks. Brisbane at war 1914-1918 - Thursday 8 to Saturday 31 May. Nundah Library. Images and stories of Brisbane residents response to World War 1. Eat, drink and be merry - Thursday 8 to Saturday 31 May. Holland Park Library. A showcase of ceramic vessels celebrating the simple pleasures of food and drink. Fooling Things - Wednesday 7 to Saturday 31 May. Hamilton Library. Three of Brisbane's best loved venues: Cloudland, The Primitif and The Zoo are showcased. Selfl ess Spirit- Wednesday 7 to Saturday 31 May. Grange Library. The exhibition looks at the heritage of some of our volunteer organisations and the self! ess service of thousands of volunteers. Wild Suburbia - Thursday 8 to Saturday 31 May. Holland Park Library. Open your eyes to the diversity of creatures that share our suburbs and backyards. MoB Speaks Out Brisbane: City of fi rsts- Wednesday 14 May 2-3pm. Everton Park Library and Thursday 15 May 1.30-2.30pm. Nundah Library. Brian Ogden from the Museum discusses some of Brisbane's historic 'fi rsts', including the fi rst electric tram, jacaranda tree and television transmission. electric tram, jacaranda tree and television transmission.