At the Movies – SA Filmmakers Panel Thurs 16 July

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Lights, Camera, Action!

At the Movies

Learn about the how the film industry really works from those who work behind the scenes.

Learn more about the art of film making from South Australians who work in the industry. Discover how many people truly ‘make it’ in movieland. Our special guests will talk about making films and reveal what goes on behind the scenes of film sets.

Featuring:

  • Hugh Sullivan – Writer and Director, most recently for the film The Infinite Man and the short The Art of Darts and Dying
  • Christopher Houghton – Direct, most recently for Sons and Mothers and Touch
  • Anthony Frith – Filmmaker
  • Ben Crisp – Scriptwriter and Actor

Popcorn, wine & cheese supper provided.

Book online or phone 8397 7333 to attend this Red Carpet Event!

Guilty Pleasures…Free movie nights throughout August

You have told us what your guilty pleasure movies are and now we are screening them throughout August!

Dirty Dancing, Amelie, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark and Cinderella will all be featured in special Wednesday night Movie Nights in the relaxed reading area in the library.
Bring a bean bag and settle in. Popcorn supplied!

*Dirty Dancing (M) 1987*

August 5 6.30pm – 8.10pm (approx.)

Bookings essential. Phone 8397 7333 or book online

*Amelie (M) 2001*

August 12 6.30pm – 8.10pm (approx.)

Bookings essential. Phone 8397 7333 or book online

*Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (PG) 1981*

August 19 6.30pm – 8.40pm (approx.)

Bookings essential. Phone 8397 7333 or book online

*Cinderella (G) 2015*

August 26 6.30pm – 8.10pm (approx.)

Bookings essential. Phone 8397 7333 or book online

Trove newspaper training Wed 29 July

Trove is a search engine focusing on Australia and Australians. It is managed by the National Library of Australia. In this session you will learn how to use it so you can find old newspaper and magazine articles and more, dating back to the 19th century. Start exploring!

When: Wednesday 29 July, 6-7pm

Where: City of Tea Tree Gully Library

Bookings essential. Phone 8397 7333 or book here

Cops, Crooks, Courts & Spooks

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Book launch with Ray Clift.

Wednesday 29 July, 6.30-7.30pm.

Books based on real crimes have become very popular with our borrowers.

In Cops, Crooks, Courts & Spooks, prolific local author Ray Clift adds to his collection of stories, based on his experiences in law enforcement.  His stories are full of down-to-earth humour and give us a unique portrayal of Adelaide’s social history.  Ray also delves into the realm of the supernatural, discussing his encounters with ghosts (which are often very funny) and his dealings with a ‘spirit guide’.

Ray is a retired police officer with the South Australian Police Force who has received numerous citations during his career. He has also served in the Army Reserves, working mainly in Army Intelligence.  Following his retirement from the police force, Ray worked as a court sheriff’s office in Adelaide’s northern suburbs of Adelaide.

If you are a fan of true crime stories, you might enjoy reading Ray Clift’s work.

A wine and cheese supper will be served.

This event will  be held in the Relaxed Reading Area, City of Tea Tree Gully Library.

Bookings are essential.  Book online or telephone 8397 7333.

Bushfire Awareness Talk Wed 22 July

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A bushfire safety and awareness talk for Australians whose first language is not English.

The Country Fire Service will present an easy-English presentation with simple bushfire safety messages, ways to stay informed, bushfire behaviour and discuss people’s experience of fire. Easy English and translated materials will be provided.

Where: City of Tea Tree Gully Library Community Learning Centre
When: Wed 22 July 10.30am-noon

Bookings are essential. Book online or phone 83397 7333

NBN Info Session Wed 22 July

What is the NBN? When is it coming? How much will it cost? How do you get ready for it? How do you connect?

NBN Info Session

To answer these and other questions, NBN Co and the City of Tea Tree Gully invite you to attend an NBN Community Information Session: You and the NBN – getting ready and getting connected.

This is your opportunity to hear from NBN Co and Internet service providers on:

  • What to consider before you connect
  • How to connect
  • Pricing and packages

When: Wednesday 22 July
1-2pm Sit-down presentation  – book here
2-5pm Drop-in for a coffee & a quick personal Q&A – no bookings required
6-7pm Sit-down presentation – book here

Bookings are essential. Book online through the links above or phone 8397 7333.