button in toolbar for more information.
Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 17th 2009
30 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 18, 2009 MB Alive Free Ashbury concert SING Australia Ashbury is presenting a concert on Saturday at the Ashbury Public School, Trevenar St. The program includes popular music and songs from the musicals. The concert will start at 3pm. Entry is free or make a small donation. For more information phone 9797 0354 or 9705 7290. Talk on immoral book AUTHOR Linda Jaivin is coming to Concord library on Friday to speak about her latest book, A Most Immoral Woman. Inspired by a true story, it is a tale of obsession set in the world of westerners in China and Japan at the turn of the 20th century. Jaivin's other books include Eat Me, and The Infernal Optimist The talk begins at 1.30pm. Booking is essential and the $5 booking fee includes refreshments. Phone 9911 6210 or book online at www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au Celebrating the greats CANTERBURY Theatre Guild will present Classic Cabaret Nights at Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club on Saturday. Celebrate the music of artists like Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler, Elvis and more. Phone 9559 0000 or visit www.chprsl.com.au Players' opening night THE Woodstock Players' latest production, The Memory of Water, opens on Friday, June 26 at Woodstock Manor, 22 Church St, Burwood. For phone bookings, phone 9744 2400. Museum of treasures WHAT: City of Canada Bay Museum WHERE: 1 Bent St, Concord OPEN: Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10am to 4pm SHANNON ANDREUCCI Patricia Skehan in the Canada Bay Museum. Picture: PHIL BLATCH ~PP287714 See more pictures More photographs available at www.innerwestweekly.com.au THE ghost of Canada Bay's past has come back to captivate the Inner West in the form of a museum filled with iconic treasures of the region's past. The City of Canada Bay museum, which opened last month, pays homage to local history and its shelves come alive with items ranging from 1915 to the 1970s. Such items include the iconic Arnott's tins, sports memorabilia, material from World War I and II, a tribute to Dame Eadith Walker and the first firefighter's helmet made in Australia. But museum treasurer Lois Michel said the public's favourite exhibit was the antiquated kitchen layout from the 1930s. ''Most people like to look at the old kitchen and laundry sets because it brings back many memories and the kids like to laugh at what grandma had to put up with,'' she said. This museum was previously run solely by the Concord Heritage Society, but it recently decided to partner with Canada Bay Council to expand the gallery. ''We relocated because back in Wellbank St we were in a very cramped building, which we languished in for 12 years because we didn't have the means to change displays and create new exhibitions,'' Mrs Michel said. Before the council approval of a transfer, the museum was home to predominantly Concord-related items, but Mrs Michel said plans were under way to expand the collection to include tributes to other surrounding areas. ''We're looking for Drummoyne residents to donate items, photographs and memorabilia of life, work and leisure here because we want to make a display of their heritage too,'' she said. Volunteers were always needed too, she added. BOOK NOW for your next function Outdoor & indoor catering or any type of occasions! OPEN 7 DAYS LUNCH: Mon to Sat 11.30am-3pm DINNER: 7 Days 5pm-10.30pm FREE home delivery Minimum order $40.00 Local area (otherwise $5.00 delivery charge) FULLY L LICENSED & BYO (wine only) PLENTY OF FREE PARKING P ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED LUNCH SPECIAL $11.90 2 non veg/ 1 veg with rice & Pappadu um AMJAKS INDIAN RESTAURANT 175 First Avenue, FIVE DOCK P: 9712 7391 or 9712 8913 Main Butter chicken n Lamb or beef kkorma Navaratan korma veg 2 plain or garlic naan R Rice ice Pappadum Mint sauce Entrée Mix entrée for 2 Tikka Lamb cutlet Samosa Seek kebab Seek kebab DEAL 3 $59.90 Main Butter chicken n Vegetable korm ma 2 plain or garlic naan Rice Main Eggplant curryy Vegetable mas sala Naan plain or g garlic Rice Entrée Samosa 2pc DEAL 1 $29.90 Entrée Veg mix entrée for 2 Samosa Pakora Cheese balls DEAL 2 $39.90 OPENING SPECIAL DEALS FOR TAKE-AWAY $12.90 $15.90 $16.90 ENTREE $14.90 $14.90 $16.90 LAMB $14.90 $14.90 BEEF $15.90 $15.90 $15.90 CHICKEN 2220926k wk44 Cauliflower Baji $11.90 Palak Paneer $11.90 Yellow Dhal Y $11.90 Malai Kofta $11.90 VEGETARIAN AFEWOFOUR POPULAR DISHES 10% DISCOUNT on take away (Minimum order $40.00) MENTION THIS AD AND FOR EVERY BOOKING YOU WILL RECEIVE A COMPLIMENTARY GLASS OF WINE OR BOTTLE OF BEER PER PERSON* *Conditions apply *Limited time only winter Specials NOWOPEN! Indian restaurant OPEN 7 DAYS WITH FREE HOME DELIVERY* DINE-IN, TAKE-AWAY & HOME DELIVERY
June 10th 2009
June 24th 2009