What's On

When What Where Contact
Friday 18 August

AHO Walks with Residents of Northern Beaches

The AHO was asked to give a guided walk to a group of Northern Beaches women walkers
Manly Not Open to the Public
Saturday 19 August

AHO Speaks at Pacific Women’s Network

The AHO will be addressing the women at the Pacific Women's Professional & Business Network (PWPBN)
Ku-ring-gai Council Invitation Only
Tuesday 22 August

AHO Talks and Walks with Marist Brothers

The AHO will be conducting a guided walk with students from Marist Brothers School
Balls Head Not Open to the Public
Friday 25 August

AHO Conducts Guided Walk for UWS Students

AHO is conducting a guided walk at Berry Island for a class of students who are travelling from the University of Western Sydney
Berry Island Gadyan Track Not Open to the Public
Monday 28 August

AHO Talks to Chatswood High School

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture to Year 7 at Chatswood High School
Chatswood High School Not Open to the Public
Tuesday 29 August

AHO Talks & Walks with Marist Brothers

The AHO will be taking Marist Brothers on a guided walk
Balls Head Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 30 August

AHO Speaks with Jacobs Staff

The AHO will be speaking to Jacobs Junior staff to teach them about their local area  
North Sydney Not Open to the Public
Thursday 31 August

AHO Takes UNSW on Guided Walk

The Aboriginal Heritage Office will be taking students from the Nura Gili unit on a guided walk around Balls Head Reserve
Balls Head Reserve Not Open to the Public
Monday 4 September

Meditation – Happy Mind, Happy Life!

Weekly meditation Monday evenings from 4th September 2017  following Theme 4 of the 16 Guidelines, 'How We Find Meaning’ - if everything is changing, anything is possible. The 16 Guidelines come from the inspirational values and principles that the great 7th century Tibetan King, Songtsen Gampo, introduced to his people - methods and tools "to make life better". They played a crucial part in changing Tibet from a warlike nation into a civilization renowned for its peace and serenity. The 16 Guidelines are an excellent framework for improving your own life, as well as providing tools for helping others. Includes brief instructions and guided meditations - suitable for new and seasoned meditators. Come any week. 6.30pm - 7.30pm (Cost: free) Manly Meditation Group (www.vajrayana.com.au) About the Facilitator Phil Hunt has taken part in Tibetan Buddhist meditation retreats and teachings in Tibet, Nepal, India, USA, Australia and elsewhere and has lead meditation classes for many years.
Aboriginal Heritage Office, 1 Pittwater Rd, Manly Phil Hunt, 9976 1687 or aho@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
Tuesday 5 September

AHO Speaks with Northern Beaches TAFE

The AHO will be giving a presentation to 2 classes attending courses at the Northern Beaches TAFE
Northern Beaches TAFE Not Open to the Public
Saturday 9 September

AHO Leads Walk for MEC

The AHO will be leading a guided walk in wildflower season at Manly Dam All enquiries should be directed to Robynne Millward at the Manly Environment Centre Please make sure you book as a walk can only have 25 participants    
Manly Dam Section 1 Robynne Millward
Robynne.Millward@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
9976 1426
Thursday 14 September

YarnUp

Justice Rachel Pepper Land and Environment Court of NSW, appointed to the Ngara Yura Committee in March 2012 Will be holding the address at the coming YarnUp Justice Rachel Pepper was appointed as a Judge of the Land and Environment Court of NSW in May 2009. From 1997 until her appointment in 2009, she was a barrister at the NSW Bar. Rachel’s principal areas of practice were general commercial law and public law, including Aboriginal land rights. She has long since held an interest in Indigenous legal issues, both civil and criminal. While at the Bar, she was the Co-coordinator of the Aboriginal Legal Service/NSW Bar Association Pro Bono Barrister Scheme. The scheme was established to permit barristers to voluntarily assist the Aboriginal Legal Service in defending accused Indigenous persons in criminal matters. Membership of the Committee will assist in facilitating a greater understanding and appreciation of the complexity of issues, both legal and non-legal, affecting Aboriginal persons today." The old Manly Council Chambers Thursday 14th September 2017 6 - 9 pm
Old Manly Council Chambers Please RSVP your attendance
9976 1682 or aho@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
Thursday 12 October

AHO Attends Lane Cove West Public School

The AHO will be giving a presentation to teachers from the Lane Cove Public School
Lane Cove West Public Not Open to the Public
Saturday 28 October

AHO Attend the Children’s Festival

The AHO will be attending and presenting at the Children's Festival in Civic Park Please contact North Sydney Council for details
Civic Park Contact Jess Gledhill at North Sydney Council
Monday 13 November

AHO Visits St Ives Grammar School

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture to children from the St Ives Grammar School
St Ives Grammar School Not Open to the Public