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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 30 2008
INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 31, 2008 29 STEPPING OUT www.innerwestweekly.com.au Bryan Brown to judge festival WINNERS of the Common- wealth Bank Reel Deal Short Film Festival will be announced at an awards ceremony at Revesby Workers' Club on Saturday. A panel of industry experts, led by festival patron Bryan Brown, will judge the finalist films. Prizes include the Best Film Award, valued at $5000, and the Bryan Brown Film Scholarship. Tickets to the awards night are available from the club on 9772 2100. Visit www.reeldeal.com.au The festival is supported by Cumberland Newspapers. Book a spot to talk to creators CHILDREN'S author Frances Watts and illustrator David Legge will appear in Concord Library on Wednesday, August 6, at 4pm to talk to kids about books. Watts is the author of the best- selling picture book, Kisses for Daddy, which was illustrated by Legge. Watts' second book, Parsley Rabbit's Book about Books, also a collaboration with Legge, was published in August 2007. The event is a celebration of the joy of reading. This event is suitable for children from kindergarten to Year 2 with a parent or carer. Bookings are essential. Phone 9911 6210. Art show with heart WHAT: Drummoyne Rotary Club's Art and Quilt Exhibition at Canada Bay Civic Centre WHEN: August 2-3, from 10am-4pm. Entry $2 OPENING NIGHT: Friday, August 1, at 6pm, $15 admission includes drinks and refreshments Rotary club members Jill Peake, Darleen Fawl and Dale Larsen are holding an art and quilt show. Picture: BRENT McGILVARY ~PP172654 DRUMMOYNE Rotary Club's popular Art and Quilt Exhibition opens its doors next weekend for the 31st year. This year's exhibition features more than 230 pieces of art, as well as stunning quilts made by the Stitching Hearts charity group from Cabarita. The group has completed completed 200 quilts since its inception in 2004. Peter Messer, from Showcase of Australian Art, who has a long association with the Drummoyne Rotary Club, will present 140 paintings, including works of Suzanne Sommer, one of Australia's top-selling artists. Working in acrylic, oil and pastel, she is best known as a contemporary artist and a romantic impressionist painter. Art dealer Murray Rodgers will also showcase 60 paintings. ''This annual exhibition has been one of the highlights of the local calendar, and over the years we have raised thousands of dollars for local community projects,'' Drummoyne Rotary Club president Dale Larsen said. ''This year we are supporting the Haematology Clinic Trials Unit at Concord Hospital as well as other Rotary community projects.'' There will be a raffle for a Sommer painting valued at $1495 and other prizes. ATMs 96 Shaftesbury Rd, Burwood burwoodrsl.com.au ph: 9744 7444 2112071i iww wk5 avid Stras 7pm Wed 15th October Tickets: $42 Ted E's Farewell Tour merican Tril y 8pm Saturday 9th Aug Tickets: $12 Elvis Tribute Performers Bill Whe 8pm Thursday 21st Aug Tickets: $22 Comedy Hypnotist ons of Eur 8pm Saturday 23rd August Tickets: $9 Sons of Europe RIVERSIDE THEATRES, PARRAMATTA BOOKINGS 8839 3399 OR RIVERSIDEPARRAMATTA.COM.AU RIVERSIDE THEATRES PARRAMAT TA FRI 15, SAT 16 & MON 18 AUGUST A four man testosterone-pumped Romeo and Juliet 7-23 AUGUST OPERA AUSTRALIA'S OZ OPERA 3 SHOWS ONLY Directed by John Bell Bars, Cafes Restaurants Guide To help people in need, please give your financial support. We're all in this together. 13 SALVOS (13 72 58) salvos.org.au DONATE BY CREDIT CARD Proudly supported by
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