What's On

When What Where Contact
Thursday 18 July

AHO Walks with Shape

The AHO will be conducting a guided walk for Shape and teaching the group about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Gadyan Track Not Open to the Public
Monday 22 July

AHO Hosts Community Services Team

The AHO will be hosting the Community Services Team from Northern Beaches Council and showing the team around the Museum & Keeping Place
AHO Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 24 July

AHO Talks with Students from Grandmas Refuge

The AHO will be speaking with Students in the Links to Learning program
Ingleside Not Open to the Public
Thursday 25 July

AHO Talks with Students from Grandmas Refuge

The AHO will be speaking with Students in the Links to Learning program
Ingleside Not Open to the Public
Friday 26 July

AHO Talks with Students from Grandmas Refuge

The AHO will be speaking with Students in the Links to Learning program
Ingleside Not Open to the Public
Friday 26 July

AHO Talks with Pymble Ladies College

The AHO will be giving a presentation for Pymble Ladies College  
Pymble Ladies College Not Open to the Public
Monday 29 July

AHO Talks with Northern Beaches Secondary College

The Northern Beaches Secondary College will receive a visit from the AHO to talk about History Heritage & Culture
Cromer Campus Not Open to the Public
Tuesday 30 July

AHO Speaks at Jakelin Troy Presentation

Talk with Indigenous language expert, Professor Jakelin Troy

Start Date & Time: Tuesday, 30 July 2019 7:00 pm

End Date & Time: Tuesday, 30 July 2019 8:00 pm

Address: Creator Space, Chatswood Library, The Concourse, Lower Ground Floor, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood Cost: Free Tickets Available Piecing together the remnants of knowledge about the original Sydney Indigenous Languages is one of the many important research works Jakelin Troy has undertaken. A linguistic anthropologist and a Ngarigu woman from the Snowy Mountains region of Australia. Jakelin is the author of The Sydney Language and director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research at the University of Sydney. Join us for a fascinating insight into local Indigenous languages, past and current Indigenous issues and the importance of keeping languages and stories alive. A light snack and drinks will be served.
Creator Space, Chatswood Library, The Concourse, Lower Ground Floor, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood Contact: Emma Hayes on 9777 7942 or email emma.hayes@willoughby.nsw.gov.au
Wednesday 31 July

AHO Walks with Odawarra Exchange Students

AHO supports Northern Beaches Councils Sister Council relationship with Japanese Towns. The AHO will be providing a guided walk to Odawarra Secondary Students who have been studying at Northern Beaches Schools  
North Head Sanctuary Not Open to the Public
Friday 2 August

AHO Talks to Mackellar Girls

The AHO will be a guest speaker at the Mackellar Girls Assembly
Mackellar Girls High School Not Open to the Public
Tuesday 6 August

AHO walks with Coal Loader Volunteers

The AHO will be supporting North Sydney Council and walking with their bush land Volunteers and teaching them about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Coal Loader & Sustainability Centre Not Open to the Public
Monday 12 August

The AHO will be Speaking at Strathfield

The AHO will be giving a presentation at Strathfield Community Centre and teaching the participants about Aboriginal Heritage and Council
Strathfield Community Centre Contact Strathfield Council
Tuesday 13 August

AHO will be Walking with Willoughby Council

The AHO will be conducting a Guided Walk for Willoughby Council at Explosive Reserve and teaching participants about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Explosives Reserve Contact Willoughby Council: Emma Hayes
Thursday 15 August

The AHO will be Speaking at Strathfield

The AHO will be giving a presentation at Strathfield Community Centre and teaching the participants about Aboriginal Heritage and Council
Strathfield Community Centre Contact Strathfield Council
Tuesday 20 August

AHO Talks with Several Catholic Schools

The AHO will be working with four schools: Mater Maria College, St Josephs Narrabeen, Maria Regina Avalon and Sacred Heart Mona Vale who are attending an environment day
Attunga Reserve Not Open to the Public
Saturday 24 August

AHO works with Northern Beaches Council & YHA

The AHO will be giving a presentation and guided walk to volunteers at the YHA in conjunction with Northern Beaches Council
YHA Not Open to the Public
Saturday 7 September

AHO will be Speaking at the Spring Festival Stony Range

The AHO will be talking and walking at the the Stony Range Spring Festival  
Stony Range Garden Contact Stony Range
Sunday 15 September

AHO Guides Walk for Mater Hospital

The AHO will be conducting a guided Walk for Mater Hospital to talk about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Balls Head Reserve Not Open to the Public
Monday 16 September

AHO walks with Wenona School

The AHO will be working with North Sydney Bush Care and Sustainability to give Wenona Year 7 Students and immersion in Aboriginal Heritage & Culture
Balls Head Reserve Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 18 September

AHO Will be Walking with New York University

The AHO will be conducting a guided walk with New York University at Balls Point Reserve to teach about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Balls Head Reserve Not Open to the Public
Friday 20 September

AHO walks with Monte Mercy College

The AHO will be talking with Monte Mercy College and providing an Aboriginal Heritage and Culture Guided Walk as part of their Mercy Day
Not Open to the Public