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Monash Carols by Candlelight
Expression of Interest: Call for Performers
Closing Tuesday 31 July 2018.
Winter Concerts 2018
Enjoy FREE concerts with your family and friends during the winter months (June - September).
The Zucchini Clan, Little Big Shots screening
Sunday 22 July 2018
Clayton Theatrette - Clayton Community Centre
(9-15 Cooke Street)
Family friendly, wholly inclusive live music and film combo! Come along and listen to the highly energetic music of the Zucchini Clan.
An absolute visual delight on show to complement a selection of short films from the Little Big Shots film festival recently screened at the ACMI Children's Film Festival.
See films made by some of the youngest and most talented film makers. Including a premier paper cup animation film screening of The Bunjil Story, made by our very own little Monash residents.
Bookings: open Monday 9 July and close Friday 20 July.
Book online here.
To find out about the Shirazz Jazz Band and Lizzy and the Night Owl concerts, go to: Winter Concerts 2018
Wordfest 2018: Sir John Monash Lecture by David Hill
Business leader, author and passionate advocate for children's welfare David Hill will speak about his lived experience as a child migrant to Australia and the betrayal and abuse of children in institutions meant to care for them.
David will also talk about the plight of Australian children in today's care system, as referenced in his book The Forgotten Children.
- Thursday 5 July, 6.30pm – 8pm
- Monash University
- South 1 Lecture Theatre
- 43 Rainforest Walk, Clayton Campus
This is a free event, however bookings are essential. Attendees please bring a copy of your confirmation email to the event.
More information: David Hill presents Sir John Monash lecture
NAIDOC Week 2018
NAIDOC Week 2018 will celebrate the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make - to our communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation.
Under the theme, “Because of her, we can!”, NAIDOC Week 2018 will be held nationally from Sunday 8 July - Sunday 15 July.
More information: NAIDOC Week 2018: Because of her, we can!
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