What's On in Northern Beaches

When What Where Contact
Tuesday 20 November

The AHO will be visiting Killarney Heights Public School

The AHO will be visiting Killarney Heights Public School to speak to the students about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Killarney Heights Public School Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 21 November

The AHO will be visiting Killarney Heights Public School

The AHO will be visiting Killarney Heights Public School to speak to the students about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Killarney Heights Public School Not Open to the Public
Saturday 24 November

AHO will be conducting a Guided Walk at Long Reef

In celebration of Our Stories, join us at Fisherman’s Hut for a special program of events celebrating the local heritage of Fisherman’s Beach and Long Reef. Take a sneak-peak inside the only remaining Fisherman’s Hut, currently used as the meeting house for Long Reef Fishing Club, experience interactive art installations by artists Susan Milne & Greg Stonehouse and a drop-in workshop with Lisa Woolfe. Bookings essential. Please do not show up without a booking.

1.30 – 2.30pm: Aboriginal Heritage Terrestrial Tour

Join Aboriginal Heritage Officer Karen Smith & Council’s Environment Officer - Biodiversity Jillian Macintyre for a Terrestrial Tour exploring the diverse landscape and Aboriginal stories of place. Bookings essential. https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/event-calendar/booking-form-fishermans-beach

3 - 4.30pm: Long Reef Aquatic Reserve Guided Tour

Partake in a guided tour run by Long Reef Aquatic Reserve DPI Fishcare exploring the Long Reef Intertidal Rock Platform, delving deeper into the protected marine plants, animals, and invertebrates that call this area home. Bookings essential. https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/event-calendar/booking-form-fishermans-beach
The Northern Beaches is renowned for its rich, diverse and intersecting landscapes. But how much do you really know about the heritage that lays on our doorstep? Our Stories: Yesterday | Today | Tomorrow is a special program of events that offer creative perspectives, exploring the fascinating heritage of the Northern Beaches.
Fishermans Hut Long Reef Bethany Falzon email: Bethany.Falzon@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
Thursday 29 November

AHO Visits Warriwood

The AHO will be visiting Warriwood Inspire to give the teachers a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Warriwood Not Open to the Public
Saturday 1 December

AHO Speaks as Human Book

Why not borrow a human book instead of a printed book? The Stories of the Northern Beaches - Human Library aims to promote diversity and challenge stereotypes in celebration of Social Inclusion Week and International Day of People with Disability. Our 'books' are local residents willing to share aspects of their life experience with you - the reader. Be part of this fascinating event at Cromer Community Centre (150 Fisher Road North). Saturday 1 December - 1.30pm to 4pm See all about the Human Books at https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/human-library

Bookings

Please call Sandra on 02 9976 1562 to "reserve" your booking time
Cromer Community Centre (150 Fisher Road North). Please call Sandra on 02 9976 1562 to "reserve" your booking time
Sunday 2 December

AHO Attends Ocean Care Day

The Manly Environment Centre holds Ocean Care Day The AHO will be in a stall on the beachfront. Please come up and say hello and learn about Aboriginal Heritage & Culture
Environment Centre Activities during Ocean Care Day
  • Meet the plastic princesses, dressed in recycled plastic bag dresses and get your plastic bag swapped to a reusable bag.
  • Participate in a Beach Clean Up.
  • Sign our pledge to make Manly plastic bag free.
  • Learn about the environmental impacts of plastic in our Ocean Lab.
  • Read about plastic issues in Australia and around the world.
  • Visit our 'Wall of Shame' and see how polluted our beach is.
Manly Beachfront and Corso Contact Manly Environment Centre
http://www.mec.org.au/education/107-projects/plastic-bag-free-manly/242-ocean-care-day-festival
Friday 7 December

AHO Speaks at Manly Art Gallery & Museum

The AHO will be speaking at the Launch of the following exhibition. The second in the Destination Sydney exhibition series: a unique collaborative project across three dynamic Sydney public galleries presenting the work of nine eminent artists to celebrate the important influence of Sydney as subject and theme; Ethel Carrick Fox, Adrian Feint, Ken Done (Manly Art Gallery & Museum), Roy de Maistre, Robert Klippel and Michael Johnson(Mosman Art Gallery) and Jeffrey Smart, Nicholas Harding and Wendy Sharpe (S.H. Ervin Gallery).
Manly Art Gallery & Museum West Esplanade Reserve Manly NSW 2099 Art Gallery Staff Phone: 9976 1420
Email: artgallery@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
Sunday 9 December

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