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Stereo Stories – a song, a place, a time


Stereo Stories is a compelling combination of personal stories and popular songs, featuring writers and musicians on stage together. Musicians weave in and out of the narrative as writers read their stories about the songs. This performance will include stories set in Geelong, along with doses of jazz, soul, pop and rock.

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Sue Dixon - Four Seasons: Winter

What do you get when you cross classical music with one of the region's finest chefs? Four Seasons! Warm up your winter evening with a little Vivaldi in the background as Clyde Park's Sue Dixon guides you through her pick of seasonal produce and shows you simple ways to transform the way you cook. This is the third event in this popular seasonal program.

Tuesday, 2 August 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Bannockburn Cultural Centre

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Wurdi Youang and the Wadawurrung Living space

Learn how the local ancient stone arrangement, Wurdi Youang, holds the key to the Wadawurrung teachings of sacred sites, hunting grounds and seasonal movement within this region and how the diversity of natural resources has supported and determined living arrangements for the Wadawurrung community. Presented by anthropologist Heather Threadgold and Uncle Reg Abrahams.

Thursday, 4 August 2016 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
The High Ground, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

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Poetry readings by Robyn Rowland & Diane Fahey

Two of Australia’s most significant poets, Robyn Rowland and Diane Fahey will read from their workfollowed by an open mic session for local poets. In partnership with Melbourne Poet's Union. To register your interest in a 5-minute open mic session, please contact mpuinc@yahoo.com

Saturday, 27 August 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
The High Ground, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

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Steve Silberman - NeuroTribes

Leave conventional thinking about autism at the door as you enter the world of NeuroTribes. In the ground-breaking book, author Steve Silberman explores the history of autism research and changing societal attitudes over time, as well as the growing movement of neurodiversity. Meet and hear Steve in conversation with psychologist Dr Nicole Carvill.

Supported by the Ian Potter Foundation and presented in partnership with Melbourne Writers Festival.

Sunday, 4 September 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Geelong Library and Heritage Centre