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2 Atherton Street, Downer
Barnardos are looking for carers who are able
to provide Respite Care, Short Term Care and
Permanent Care for children and young people.
If you would like more information
please contact Barnardos on 6228 9500
or come along to one of our
Foster Care information sessions:
Wednesday 23 July 6pm - 7pm
Wednesday 6 August 1pm - 2pm
Wednesday 20 August 6pm - 7pm
FIND A CLASS NEAR YOU
Call 6249 6117 or email us at email@example.com
Ainslie --- Wednesdays 8:00 pm. Starts 6 August at
All Saints Church Hall, Cowper St
Belconnen --- Tuesdays 2:30 pm. Starts 5 August at
Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court (cnr Chandler St)
Braddon --- Saturdays 11:30 am. Starts 9 August at
the O'Donnell Youth Centre, cnr Limestone Avenue and Henty Street
Charnwood --- Mondays 6:30 pm. Starts 4 August at
Charnwood Primary School, Bettington Circuit
Hackett --- Wednesdays 9:15 am. Starts 6 August at
St Margaret's Church Hall, cnr Phillip Ave and Antill St
Mondays 4:30 pm. Starts 4 August
Tuesdays 11:30 am. Starts 5 August
Tuesdays 6:00 pm. Starts 5 August
Fridays 9:30 am. Starts 8 August
Saturdays 9:30 am. Starts 9 August
All at 32 Dundas Court (upstairs)
Tuggeranong --- Thursdays 7:00 pm. Starts 7 August at the
Tuggeranong Seniors Centre, 101 Cowlishaw Street, Greenway
TRY TAI CHI FOR FREE AT OUR OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 2 August 1:30 - 3:30-pm
Upstairs, 32 Dundas Court, Phillip
See demonstrations of Tai Chi, free try-it session.
Join us for tea and nibbles.
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
Upcoming Workshops & Courses
Term 3, 2014
For more information visit www.tuggeranongarts.com or to make a booking contact the
centre on 02 6293 1443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The centre is located 147 Reed St, Tuggeranong
Do you want to begin to sing?
Begin to sing! Is an eight week singing course run by Ruth O'Brien, who will teach the small group
of adults about basic music theory, voice projection and music styles.
When: Wednesdays, 6pm to 7pm from 30 July • Cost $120
Rhythms of Life Music Circle Experience
A ten week interactive music ensemble directed by musician Gary France that blends
percussion/drum circle techniques with a mindfulness- based stress reduction practice.
When: Thursdays 6pm to 7pm from 24 July. • Cost $165
Wacky Sculptures and Wall Reliefs
Make your own fantastic fired ceramic garden totem or indoor wall relief with renowned sculptor,
public artist and teacher Tony Steel. All materials and inspirations provided and clay skills taught.
The course takes place from 10 am to 2pm over two intensive weekend workshops. • Cost $165:
Weekend 1: Saturday 2nd -- Sunday 3rd August 2014
Weekend 2: Saturday 16th -- Sunday 17th August 2014
11 - Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Spartans Stomp onto stage
Subsdance dancers Sonia Battistel, Rebecca Kemble and Kirstie McMillan with director
Photo: Elesa Kurtz
Sword-wielding Spartans, bucking minotaurs
and Greek mythological characters with a
penchant for Latin dance aren t the usual cogs
behind a Canberra fund-raiser.
Yet hundreds will transform the historic
Albert Hall into Mount Olympus this weekend
for a dance extravaganza with heart.
This year s STOMP event, Mythology: Night
on Mount Olympus, promises an evening of
world-renowned and local performers, music
and social dance to raise thousands of dollars
for local tree regeneration and a number of
Salsa world championship team, Modus
Vivendi, and Latin bachata world champions,
Nestor Manuelian and Katrina Quinta, will join
Canberra dancers for a jam-packed line up of
Latin DJs and a Cuban funk nine piece, a
bucking minotaur competition, best-dressed
prizes and a surprise theatrical performance
will round out the evening.
STOMP co-ordinator Mark McEwan said
every cent raised including at the bar would
support Greening Australia s tree regeneration
program and a number of international projects,
such as building fresh water wells in Timor.
What started as a collaboration between the
Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin and a
number of Canberra dance enthusiasts a decade
ago in response to the 2004 Boxing Day
tsunami had blossomed into an annual fund-
raiser, he said. This year the committee aimed
to raise $12,000, a couple of thousand more
than last year s event.
"We are amateurs but I think we ve become
a lot better at this -- it s become a really good
show," he said.
"It really recognises and supports the dance
schools supporting us. I think it s real good to
help their profiles."
Mythology: Night on Mount Olympus is
on Saturday, July 26, from 6.30pm at Albert
Hall. Cost is $35 or $40 at the door. For
more information, visit www.thestomp.org
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