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Whats On : July 2008
An asterisk * indicates that bookings are essential for this activity. 6 the nature of existence. Presented by Michael Woodrow. Places limited. Premiere – Tuesday 22 July 12.30-1.15pm, Community meeting room. This month’s discussion will include Un Secret, based on a novel by Philippe Grimbert. Bulimba Library (07) 3407 8223 Children’s events Children’s storytime – Fridays 10.30am. Classes and workshops Internet, email and library discovery classes – Introductory internet , email and library discovery classes are offered at Bulimba Library. Call the library for more information. Holiday fun Reading Magic with Domino – Thursday 3 July 10.30am. See page 3 for details. Ideal for primary school age children. Special interest groups Book club discussion – Wednesday 9 July 7-8pm. Call Shirley on (07) 3843 3135 for more information. Bulimba broadsheeters women writers group – Saturdays 12 and 26 July 10.30am. Call Julie on 0414691939 for more information. Carina Library (07) 3407 1873 Children’s events Children’s storytime – Mondays 11am. *Babies, books and rhymes – Friday 18 July 10.30-11am. Please note, there will be no Babies, books and rhymes session on Friday 4 July. Origami workshop – Tuesday 1 July 10.30-11.30am. Ideal for children and young people age 8-13 years. Classes and workshops *Computer discovery course – Tuesdays 1, 8, 15 and 22 July 2-3.30pm. This four-week course provides an introduction to computers, the internet and email. Participants should attend each session. Holiday fun *Trevor Salter’s illustration and cartooning workshop – Friday 4 July 10.30-11.30am. Learn to draw monsters, how cartoons can be used in different ways and how to make comic books. Ideal for children and young people age 5-12 years. Little Jake, the Australian Green Tree Frog – Tuesday 8 July 10.30am. See page 3 for details. Ideal for primary school age children. *Fake blood workshop – Friday 11 July 2-3.30pm. Learn how to make fake blood and gore for costumes and home movies. Ideal for young people age 12-18 years. Special interest groups Tuesday booklovers – Tuesday 22 July 10.30am. Carindale Library (07) 3407 1490 Children’s events Children’s storytime – Tuesdays 10-11am and Sundays 11am-12 noon. *Babies, books and rhymes – Wednesdays 11.30am-12 noon and Sunday 6 July 2-2.30pm. Classes and workshops *Computer discovery course – Fridays 4, 11, 18 and 25 July 2-3.30pm. Introduction to computers, internet, email and our library website over four weeks. Participants should attend all sessions. *Introduction to computers – Wednesday 2 July 10-11.30am and Sundays 6 and 27 July 2-3.30pm and Thursday 24 July 6-7.30pm. *Introduction to the internet – Wednesday 9 July 10-11.30am and Sunday 13 July 2-3.30pm. *Introduction to email – Wednesday 16 July 10-11.30am and Sunday 20 July 2-3.30pm. *Introduction to online reference and eLibCat – Wednesday 30 July 10-11.30am. Events *First Friday club – Friday 4 July 10-11.30am. Performance by Brisbane-based Scandinavian instrumental group ‘Kupaleja’, playing a variety of Scandinavian music. *First Friday club – MoB Speaks Out: Brisbane: The Names Behind the Places – Friday 1 August 10-11am. The Museum of Brisbane’s Brian Ogden discusses notable figures in Brisbane’s history and their links to local place names. *Artists’ talk and exhibition: The people and wildlife of Africa – Friday 18 July 10am. Artists Judy Scotchford, Peta Boyce and Lyn Ellison will give a talk on their travels in Kenya, Namibia and Tanzania and discuss the artwork their adventures inspired.