Open House Melbourne Weekend
When: 28 to 29 July 2018
Where: Various locations – CBD, Melbourne VIC 3000
Over 200 buildings, homes and venues around Melbourne will open their doors for the 11th Open House Melbourne weekend. Tours are free, but some require bookings. Please check individual venue listings for details and Open House Melbourne’s website for the full list of July talks and events.
Ph: 03 8648 8612 email@example.com www.openhousemelbourne.org
Road Safety Workshop
When: Sunday, 6 August 2018, 10:00AM to 11:00AM
Where: Waverley Community Learning Centre.
A trained RACV staff member will present road safety information to assist older people to remain safe on the road.
Ph: 9807 6011 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Monday 20 August 2018, 10:00AM to 12:00PM
Where: Waverley Community Learning Centre
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Ph: 9807 6011 Email email@example.com Price $60 for 4wks
Lizzy and the Night Owls
When: Sunday 16 September 2018, 2pm-3.30pm
Where: Oakleigh Carnegie RSL (95-97 Drummond Street, Oakleigh)
Miss Lizzy & The Night Owls are a Melbourne-based band and formed from a mutual attraction of Soul and Rock n’ Roll of the 1960s. This is evident in their original tunes that are led by the powerful soul vocals and song writing of Lizzy McFarlane, accompanied by Cameron Fallaw on Hammond organ, Sean Vagg on Saxophone, Liam Hopkins on Guitar, Jackson McRae on Drums and Glen Impey on Bass.
Bookings: Ph Monash Council – 9518 3636
MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art
When: 9 June to 7 October 2018
Where: The National Gallery of Victoria
NGV presents a major exhibition of modern and contemporary masterworks from New York’s iconic Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). The exhibition features more than 200 works – many of which have never been seen in Australia – from a line-up of seminal nineteenth and twentieth-century artists, including Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo, Georgia O’Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Louise Bourgeois, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Diane Arbus, Agnes Martin and Andy Warhol.