Eight free events this month

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Heritage, Art & Culture

No matter the time of year, there’s always so much going on in Randwick City. If you haven’t looked into the activities and events we offer, now is the time. We’ve got some great free activities and workshops coming up in the month of September. Here are eight you don't want to miss!


Friday 13 September 2019 An Evening with John Kaldor – 6.30pm
Join us with John Kaldor to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Wrapped Coast. Come along and hear John’s insights and reflections from this, his first public art project.

Tuesday 24 September 2019Photography with your phone – 7pm
Join us for a workshop to discuss how to take great pictures on your phone. We’ll look at selfie tricks, using panorama, and how to control you flash and filters.


Sunday 22 September 2019Eco Living Expo – 10am
We have a whole day of free and fun activities at the Eco Living Expo. Our speaker series is full of educational talks from guests such as Dr Karl, who will talk about Zero Emissions by 2020. Plus, there will be talks on maximising solar, the circular fashion trend, and electric cars.

Thursday 26 September 2019Recycling Centre Tour – 9:45am
Come along and learn what we do at our Randwick Recycling Centre. This tour will give you insight into what you can bring into the centre to be recycle. There’s a lot to learn.


Wednesday 18 September 2019 – Author Talk: Helen Pitt – 6.30pm
Join us for this free talk with journalist Helen Pitt, who will be discussing her book The House, which discusses the history and some of the stories about the people behind he magnificent white sails of the Sydney Opera House.

Thursday 12 September 2019 – Babies Love Books – 10.30 – 11am
Rhymes, songs, stories and music for children between 12 -23 months of age. Come along and have some fun and expose your baby to the love of books!


Friday 13 September 2019 – Cape Banks Family History Group Monthly Talk
This month, join Tony Reid, retired naval commander as he discusses the Royal Australian Navy’s worst peacetime disaster – the collision between the HMAS Melbourne aircraft carrier and destroyer HMAS Voyager. The collision killed 82 people aboard the Voyager.

Tuesday 17 September 2019 – Tai Chi on Tuesdays – 9.15am
Join us for a weekly Tai Chi class for all skill levels. Tai Chi aids in good posture, coordination, meditation and relaxation. You’ll be guided through each move by instructor Larry Friedberg from Taijisydney.

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