There's plenty going on in Burrawang besides its natural beauty...
Friday 28 June 7.30pm
Film Night: ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS (1955)
Cary Scott (Jane Wyman) is a recently widowed member of a small town New England's well-to-do Country Club set.
Her life is bound by the strict social conventions of her class, making her feel both stifled and achingly lonely.
Her friends and teenage children try to set her up with Stoningham's most eligible bachelors, but when she meets handsome,
younger gardener Ron Kirby (Rock Hudson), they share an instant and unshakable attraction.
But their romance soon becomes the subject of scuttlebutt and Cary must summon the courage to break free from the snobbishness of her conservative world.
Louise Keller's review
With beautiful cinematography by Russell Metty, Douglas Sirk's brilliantly perceptive film is at once both a touching romantic melodrama,
and a damning critique of the consumerism and small town provincialism of 1950s America.
Saturday 6 July 9am
The Burrawang and Wildes Meadow Progress Association AGM, followed by Community Morning Tea.
Burrawang & Wildes Meadow Progress Association Inc.
Annual General Meeting 2013.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of this Association
will be held at the Burrawang School of Arts on Saturday 6th July commencing at 9.00 am.
- Minutes of previous AGM and matters arising
- President's Report
- Treasurer's Report
- Any Other Business
- Election of Officers for 2013 / 2014.
All current positions will become vacant and nominations are sought for the following positions:
- Vice President
- 6 Additional Committee Members
At the conclusion of the meeting the Association will serve Morning Tea.
Please come – villagers old & new, full & part time, known & unknown, are all very welcome.
Saturday 27 July 5pm
Burrawang School of Arts Presents
~ A THEATRICAL TREAT ~
A play reading by Jerome Kilty
and by arrangement with ORiGiNTM Theatrical
Dear Liar tells the story of a 40-year love affair between the famous Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw and a colourful London actress.
Shaw fell in love with Mrs. Patrick Campbell, after seeing her in several plays.
He was married at the time, but it was Mrs Campbell who inspired a number of his female characters - including Eliza Doolittle from Pygmalion.
During their long affair, they wrote many letters to each other.
Don't miss this performance – starring our very own talented Rosalind Muir-Smith and Nicholas Lidstone.
|When:||Saturday 27th July 2013|
|Venue:||35 Hoddle Street, Burrawang|
Or call Simone on 0417 407 092 or Cath 0405 151 651
Saturday 24 August 5pm
Burrawang School of Arts Presents
Cellists of the Sydney Symphony
Featuring Catherine Hewgill and friends
playing works by Bach, Piazzolla, Villa Lobos, Vivaldi and others.
Saturday August 24th at 5pm
35 Hoddle Street, Burrawang
For more details please contact Cath on 0405 151 651
or Simone on 0417 407 092.
Please see the Events Calendar for other future events.
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For more information on the School of Arts Hall as your next venue, please contact:
Simone Joseph (Booking Manager)
The Burrawang School of Arts Inc.
35 Hoddle Street
Burrawang NSW 2577
Telephone: 0417 407 092
- Australia Day picnic and cricket in the park - Australia Day
- The Fishing Club Yabbie Races - last Sunday in February, Burrawang Village Hotel
- The popular Burrawang Easter Market - each Easter Saturday
- The Annual Ball - Queen's Birthday weekend Saturday, Burrawang School of Arts
- Cracker night - Queen's Birthday weekend Sunday, Burrawang Village Hotel
- Hockey Club Trivia night - second Friday evening in July
- Burrawang Community Christmas Party - first Sunday evening in December
- Christmas Eve: Santa arrives at dusk in a buggy led by two white horses, Burrawang Village Hotel
- Cracker Night
- The Burrawang Ball
- The Easter Market
- Yabbie Day
- Trivia Night