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Computer Courses at the CTC@Robertson Every Friday 2017 Beginners and Intermediate - small groups with a qualified and experienced trainer. At the Community Technology Centre CLICK FOR INFO
"Come one, come all!"
Crop-Swap Every Saturday 9:00am – 10:00am @ The Robertson Bowling Club
Come to swap your home grown produce with others or just come, but be prepared to not walk away empty handed! There is always a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, and it’s a great place to meet people if you are new in town.
Come along to find out more about Crop-Swap and R.A.L.F.E. (the Robertson Alternative Local Food Exchange). Whether you are local or just passing through you are part of our community whilst you are here and you are welcome.
R.A.L.F.E. is about fresh, free, organic produce, grown by local farmers (ie householders), but mainly it’s about community.
FOR MORE INFO: https://www.facebook.com/groups/599455503477308/
ROBERTSON VILLAGE BAG SWAP - SEWING BEE
Meet at the Artist & Maker's Shed, 2/74 Hoddle St Robertson. 9.30am - 12.30/1pm
Bring along your sewing gear and become one of the notorious 'Bag Ladies' to help make a difference in our beautiful town by reducing single-use plastic bags. See you there! Find out more
CINEMA'S BACK IN ROBERTSON!
THE THIRD SUNDAY OF EVERY SECOND MONTH
Sunday Afternoon Cinema at CTC@Robertson
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art exhibits on now:
GLIMPSES IN A RAINFOREST
Exhibition open until May 9
at the Robertson CTC
cinema up next:
directed by Luchino Visconti
starring Anna Magnani and Walter Chiari
Oscar® winner Anna Magnani (The Rose Tattoo) stars as a screen-struck mother, convinced that her daughter's star potential is her ticket to a better life, in a performance that Hollywood legend Bette Davis called "brilliant, uninhibited and full of volcanic, earthy power. " Risking everything in pursuit of her dream, Maddalena (Magnani) finally arranges a screen test for her child, only to realize the cruel reality beneath the shimmering veneer of the filmmaking industry.
Country: Italy Language: Italian with English subtitles Release Date: 1951
Runtime: 1 hour 54 minutes Colour: Black & White Rating: PG
Tickets $10 adults, children 16 and under free (CTC fundraiser).
Bookings recommended by email, phone
Café opens at 1.30pm. Tea & coffee available.
58 – 60 Hoddle Street Robertson 4885 2665
Changes to the program are possible, and many showings are sold out, so please make sure you contact the CTC to reserve your seat in advance, by phone 02 4885 2665 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like regular updates, please mention you'd like your contacts to be added on the cinema mailing list.
The screenings take place at CTC@Robertson, 58-60 Hoddle Street, Robertson.
SUNDAY May 20th at 2:30pm
Tickets $10 (CTC fundraiser).
Café opens at 2pm. Tea & coffee available.
58 – 60 Hoddle Street Robertson 4885 2665
Other films planned for 2018 are SERAPHINE - French- 2008, BREAD AND TULIPS - Italian - 2000, and THE CHORUS - French—2004.
music up next:
THE PASSION OF MUSIC
Steel City Strings
Special screening of a 76min feature documentary made by Robertson local, Tony Williams
Empire Cinema Bowral
Wednesday 23rd May 6pm
All proceeds go to Rare Cancers based in Bowral
The film will be introduced by Andrew Ford, composer and host to
ABC radio national The Music Show
‘Watch this magical film by Tony Williams and be inspired’
Philip Bailey – former personal assistant to Yehudi Menuhin
‘Tony Williams’ film demonstrates that music is not some optional extra,
it is our greatest form of expression and our lifeblood’
Andrew Ford OAM
'The Passion of Music is 76 wonderful minutes. People are in for a huge treat'
Richard Gill AO.
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