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Tax in Australia ​ ​





​​Join the ATO (Australian Tax Office) at Wollongong Library and find out about Tax in Australia. They will present information explaining tax, what incomes should be taxed, superannuation, tax scams and where to find more information.
 
WHEN
Saturday 4 May
1 - 2.30pm
 
WHERE
Wollongong Library
41 Burelli Street
​Bookings Essential
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite 
 
For more information please contact Wollongong Library on (02) 4227 7414

 

Heritage Festival: Hands on History Storytime







​​Hands on History storytime provides a sensory experience with everyday objects from the past. Feel, touch, hold and see unfamiliar objects - can you guess what they are? How were they used?
 
Suitable for preschool children aged 3 to 5 years.
 
 
WHEN & WHERE
Tuesday 7 May, 11am
Warrawong Library
Level 1, 67-71 King Street
 
Friday 10 May, 10.30am
Dapto Library
Ribbonwood Centre, 93-109 Princes Hwy
​No bookings required. Drop in.
 
 For more information please contact Warrawong Library on (02) 4227 8133 or
Dapto Library on (02) 4227 8555

 

Free Hearing Tests ​ ​

​​Australia Hearing are running free hearing checks at Warrawong Library.
 
WHEN
Tuesday 7 May
1 - 4pm
 
WHERE
Warrawong Library
Level 1, 67-71 King Street
For more information please contact Warrawong Library on (02) 4227 8133
 

 

Author Talk: Pam Menzies

​​Pam Menzies will talk about her new book Port Kembla: A memoir.  
This talk is part of the National Trust of Australia Heritage Festival with the theme Connecting People, Places and the Past.
 
Light refreshments will be served.
 
WHEN
Tuesday 14 May
11am - 12noon
 
WHERE
Wollongong Library
41 Burelli Street 
​Bookings Essential
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite 
 
For more information please contact Wollongong Library on (02) 4227 7414
 
 

A Morning with Walter Mason ​ ​

Queen Lucia Miss Mapp book cover

​​Walter Mason returns to discuss E. F. Benson's writing, his life and he reasons behind his small but enduring cult following.

The Lucia novels are Benson's most celebrated creations. Set among the overly-genteel but constantly impoverished upper-middle-classes in small-town Southern England, the six books feature the monstrous Lucia, a provincial snob, and her plump foil and sworn best enemy Miss Mapp.

Light refreshments will be served.

WHEN
Wednesday 15 May
10am - 12noon

WHERE
Corrimal Library
15 Short Street

​Bookings Essential
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite 
 
For more information please contact Corrimal Library on (02) 4227 8179
 

Heritage Festival: Show and Tell ​ ​







​​Your Treasures, Your Stories
 
Do you have a treasured object with a story to tell? Bring it along to share with others or just come along and see what others have brought. The Library will also be bringing out objects and documents to show from the archive as well as showing a presentation about the history of Warrawong.
 
Light refreshments will be served.
 
WHEN
Thursday 16 May
2pm
 
WHERE
Warrawong Library
Level 1, 67-71 King Street
​Bookings Essential
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite 
 
For more information please contact Warrawong Library on (02) 4227 8133
 
 

Copyright and Contracts for the Screen Industry

​​ 
Arts Law intensive presentation covering copyright in film (and the layers of rights that might need to be cleared), chain of title and how to secure it from a legal perspective, collaborating with others in the film industry (and the contracts that should follow), filming people, using music and being on location.
 
WHEN
Thursday 16  May
5 - 8pm
 
WHERE
Wollongong Library
41 Burelli Street
Bookings Essential, spaces limited.
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite 
 
For more information please contact Wollongong Library on (02) 4227 7414
 
 

 

Marketing Strategy for Creative Business

​​Presented by Creative + Business
 
This real-world workshop explores the mystery for creative people, with a focus on strategy and client/customer relations. It also examines some key elements necessary for a successful real-world and online marketing campaign, including websites and explores strategies of word of mouth.
 
WHEN
Wednesday 22 May
5.30 - 8pm
 
WHERE
Wollongong Library
41 Burelli Street
Bookings Essential, spaces limited.
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite 
 
For more information please contact Wollongong Library on (02) 4227 7414
 

 

 

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