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Sunday 23 September

The AHO will be contributing to Our Stories Manly Cove

The AHO will be at the Our Stories  Today/ Yesterday / Tomorrow  at Manly Cove In celebration of Manly Arts Festival, join us along West Esplanade, Manly Cove, from Manly Wharf to Manly Art Gallery & Museum, for a special program of events celebrating the diverse local heritage of Manly Esplanade. Experience colourful art installation by Sydney-based artist Francesca Mataraga that reflects the vibrancy of Manly Fun Pier, a pop-up story telling booth, Devonshire tea, live music and free activities. 10am – 1pm: Tea Time - Recreated in the style of the Manly Pavilion Tearooms of yesteryear, enjoy a cup a Devonshire Tea with all the trimmings, baked fresh by Manly Country Women’s Association (CWA). $7 per person.  10am - 3pm: Lawn Games - Grab a treat from the CWA Bake Sale and enjoy a picturesque picnic by the beachside complete with live music and lawn games including Giant Jenga, Giant Wooden Noughts & Crosses, Giant Dominoes & Quoits. 10am – 3pm: Storypod – A pop-up story-telling booth where you can drop-in and record your own stories of Manly Cove.
Manly Cove Contact Northern Beaches Council
Bethany Falzon email: Bethany.Falzon@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
Monday 24 September

AHO will be talking to Artarmon Guides

The AHO will be visiting and presenting to the Artarmon Guides
Artarmon Guides Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 3 October

AHO Speaks at the Mental Health Forum

The AHO will be speaking at the Mental Health Forum at Dee Why RSL
Dee Why RSL Contact Dee Why RSL
Thursday 4 October

AHO Guides Museum and Heritage Studies Students

The AHO will be guiding Museum and Heritage Studies students from Sydney University around Balls Head
Coal Loader & Sustainability Centre Not Open to the Public
Thursday 18 October

AHO Visits St Kieran’s Primary School

The AHO will be giving a presentation to St Kieran's Catholic Primary School  
St Kieran's Manly Vale Not Open to the Public
Monday 22 October

AHO Presents to Shore School

The AHO will be visiting Shore School to give a presentation to Year 6 Children
Shore School Not Open to the Public
Monday 22 October

AHO will be Meeting with Teachers Shore School

The AHO has been asked to attend a meeting to discuss Aboriginal Culture and Heritage with a Shore School Committee
Shore School Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 24 October

AHO Speaks at Eco Awards

The AHO will be speaking at the ECO Awards being held at the Long Reef Golf Club Please contact the Environment Centre for more information
Long Reef Golf Club Not Open to the Public
Thursday 25 October

AHO Visits Forestville Primary School

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture to Forestville Primary School Years 4 & 5 students
Forestville Public School Not Open to the Public
Saturday 27 October

AHO in the Story Tellers hub North Sydney

The AHO will be part of the Children's Festival in Civic Park North Sydney Council Find us in the Story Tellers Hub
Civic Park North Sydney Contact North Sydney Council
Sunday 28 October

AHO is part of Our Stories at Irrawong Reserve

The AHO  will be conducting guided walks at Irrawong Reserve - Warriwood As part of OUR STORIES - Yesterday / Today / Tomorrow Participation in these walks is strictly limited to protect the site There will be 2 walks conducted Only those who have booked with Council will be permitted to attend Please do not attend if you have not booked
Irrawong Reserve Bethany Falzon email: Bethany.Falzon@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au