|July 31, 2009||to||September 27, 2009|
July 31 to August 11 – Elsie Women’s Refuge Quilt and Children’s Drawings from Elsie at Art Almanac Window and Historical Photographs of Tranby College at Gallery Red. Both exhibitions are at 131-145 Glebe Point Road and will be opened by Eva Cox on Friday 31 July, 6pm–8pm.
Throughout August – Youth Around Glebe, photographs by Patricia Baillie. 53 Glebe Point Road Window.
11:00am burial of Time Capsule by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Cr Clover Moore MP, at the Jubilee Fountain, in Jubilee Place (southern entrance to Glebe Point Road).
4:00pm – Conducted tour of the former cinema, the Valhalla, 166D Glebe Point Road.
Further details of events on 2 August will be published on the Society’s website as information becomes available.
August 5 12:30-2:00pm – Glebe Bytes: Launching stories from the neighbourhood, Glebe Youth Service, 84 Glebe Point Road. Hear stories about Glebe; all welcome!
August 6 to 23 – Local Artists Responding to Glebe. Artists include Peter Travis and Reg Mombassa. Gallery Adagio, 91 Glebe Point Road. To be opened by Roelf Smilde 6.00-8.00pm, Thursday, 6 August .
August 5 to September 4 – The Teapot Show. Inner City Clayworkers Gallery, corner of St Johns Road and Darghan Street,
August 13 to 16 – Get Off Your Arts. Glebe Café Church, 37 St Johns Road.
August 15, 9:30am – Hockey Tournament, Jubilee Park, followed by BBQ.
August 29 – Rowing on Blackwattle Bay, followed by BBQ.
Through September – Glebe 150 Photographs, historical and local identities. Glebe Point Road.
September 27 – Wentworth Park Games Day.Note – the official opening of Foley Park and the Wireless House, planned for Sunday, August 2, has been deferred due to the recent persistent rain. A new date will be announced as soon as possible.