Sep
28
to Apr 28

One Hundred Stories

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One Hundred Stories

M-F 10:00am to 4:30pm
S&S, Pub Hol 1:30pm to 4:00pm
03 6430 5746

The “One Hundred Stories” project has been designed to capture community memories of World War One.  They highlight the experiences of women and men, including the  contribution of Indigenous Australians, and emphasise the ongoing cost of  war to the community.

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Sep
28
to Apr 28

100 Years : 100 Objects Finally the War is Over

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One Hundred

Objects


M-F 10:00am to 4:30pm
S&S, Pub Hol 1:30pm to 4:00pm
03 6430 5746

An immersive experience of life during the Great War 1914-1918.
Smell scents from the battlefront, taste ANZAC biscuits from home, hear the songs of war time, see the everyday objects of a soldier’s life, and use touch screens to discover more about the boys (and girls) from Burnie who served.

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Oct
31
7:00 PM19:00

Halloween Movie Night Burnie Park

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A Quiet Place

Movie Free

Bring your blanket, bravery and friends to see a wickedly frightening film, “A Quiet Place”, on the big outdoor screen. Wear your Halloween costume for the Zombie Walk but bring your blanket to warm your Zombie butt.

With this week being a Halloween Special and all, what greater routine is there to learn than Micheal Jackson's famous 'Thriller' dance?! Get his legendary moves from the music video on point with Ezinne Asinugo's latest 'Show Me The Moves' dance tutorial. Happy Halloween...
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Oct
30
5:30 PM17:30

Stephanie Alexander Book Signing

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Not Just Books

$10pp

Meet Stephanie Alexander, one of Australia’s most cherished cooks and author in Burnie, for conversation and signings, as she presents her new book The Cook’s Apprentice, which is brimming with tips and recipes for new foodies. The book is available on the night.
$10 entry fee includes a welcome drink.

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Oct
28
11:00 AM11:00

Health Care Insurance 321-Go Kids' Race

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321-Go Kids' Race

11:00am onwards
Pre-booked Child $18
Race Day Child $25
Family (3) $48
03 6430 5832

A safe alternative to The Heritage Burnie Ten for children aged between  5 to 13, with 3km, 2km and 1km fun runs . There is also a 'Lap for Littlies' for toddlers , often accompanied by parents.

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Oct
27
10:00 AM10:00

Gemstone Club Information & Demo Day

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Gemstone Demo Day

0417 523 729

Burnie District Gemstone Club extend an invitation to everyone to view their rock, mineral and jewellery displays, and enjoy demonstrations of polishing, faceting and silver smithing. They have jewellery and stones for sale, and information on how you can get involved.

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Oct
25
3:30 PM15:30

Stringalong In The Atrium

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Burnie Stringalong Orchestra

Free Event

The four year old Burnie Stringalong  Orchestra will make its annual appearance in its favourite space. Students from Havenview, Montello, Romaine Park primaries, Parklands High and Hellyer College involved in the program  will perform a varied repertoire of string music.

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Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

In The Spotlight

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Marist Regional College

$10pp (includes welcome drink)

Marist Regional College will open its doors and they invite you to a cocktail party to see the wonderful things their students make. There’ll be artworks, music and drama performances with finger food made by Cradle Coast Trade Training Centre VET students.

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Oct
22
4:00 PM16:00
all, art

The Place Of Art In The Art Of Place

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Arts Forum

Free

An Arts Forum  with an expert panel, presented by Burnie Arts Council,  in collaboration with Burnie Council,  Ten Days on the Island and UTAS,  to explore the arts in our region and their contribution to our economic, cultural and social life.
Join the discussion with an expert panel who will explore the contribution of the arts in regional Australia to our economic, cultural and social life.

Speakers:
Saul Eslake
- independent economist and Vice Chancellor's Fellow, University of Tasmania

Professor Kate Darian-Smith - Executive Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor College of Arts, Law and Education, University of Tasmania

Lindy Hume - Artistic Director, Ten Days on the Island and author "Restless Giant: changing cultural values in regional Australia"

Vic McEwan - contemporary artist and Artistic Director, The Cad Factory

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