UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday 5th February: Katherine Boland at Mosman Library (NSW)

Katherine Boland will speak about the extraordinary life behind her memoir, ‘Hippy Days, Arabian Nights’

Monday 5th February at 10.30am
605 Military Rd
Mosman
NSW 2088

Free event
Phone: (02) 9978 4091
No RSVP necessary

Monday 5th February: Katherine Boland at Sutherland Library (NSW)

Join Katherine Boland at Sutherland Library to learn about her extraordinary life, from her time as a hippy in the seventies, to a love affair decades later, in Egypt. Not to be missed

Monday 5th February at 6.30pm
30-36 Belmont St
Sutherland
NSW 2232

Free event
Phone: (02) 9710 0351
Email: library@ssc.nsw.gov.au
RSVP via eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/hippy-days-arabian-nights-tickets-39541670200

Tuesday 6th February: Katherine Boland at Rockdale Library (NSW)

Katherine Boland continues her Australian tour at the Rockdale Library.

Hippy Days, Arabian Nights
From life in the bush to love on the Nile
http://www.wilddingopress.com.au/product/hippy-days-arabian-nights/

Tuesday 6th February at 6.00pm
444-446 Princes Hwy
Rockdale
NSW 2216

Free event
Phone: (02) 9562 1821
RSVP via eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/author-talk-katherine-boland-introducing-hippy-days-arabian-nights-tickets-40995742369

Thursday 8th February: Katherine Boland at Chatswood Library (NSW)

Katherine Boland continues her tour in New South Wales at Chatswood Library.

Tuesday 6th February at 6.00pm
444-446 Princes Hwy
Rockdale
NSW 2216

Free event
Phone: (02) 9562 1821
RSVP via eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/author-talk-katherine-boland-introducing-hippy-days-arabian-nights-tickets-40995742369

Thursday 8th February: Katherine Boland at Wollongong Library (NSW)

Katherine Boland will discuss the extraordinary life behind her memoir, ‘Hippy Days, Arabian Nights’

Thursday 8th Fenruary at 6.00pm
41 Burelli Street
Wollongong
NSW 2500

Free event
Phone: (02) 4227-7414
Book your free ticket via Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/author-talk-katherine-boland-introducing-hippy-days-arabian-nights-tickets-40995742369?aff=es2

Thursday 8th February: Les Twentyman at Werribee Plaza Library (VIC)

Les Twentyman has devoted his life to young people doing it tough. For decades, Les has toiled to give lifelines of support to Australia’s most vulnerable and voiceless. A youth-worker for Sunshine Council, then Brimbank Council and later, Father Bob Maguire’s Open Family, Les became a legend; the friend of battlers but also of those who’ve made fortunes and wish to give something back to the community. In the last 26 years, the Les Twentyman Foundation has helped 17,000 former youth at risk through school, and 500 through university.

‘The Mouth That Roared’ is the story of an ordinary bloke who has made an extraordinary difference to the lives of the disenfranchised, the abandoned and the forgotten.

Join Les Twentyman, and co-author of ‘The Mouth That Roared’, award-winning writer Robert Hillman, to discuss this extraordinary memoir, and the life behind it.

Thursday 8th February at 7pm
Werribee Plaza Library
Shop MM11, Level 1,
Pacific Werribee Shopping Centre
Derrimut Road
Werribee
VIC 3030

Free event
Phone: (03) 8734 2600

Sunday 4th March: Les Twentyman at Broadmeadows Library (VIC)

Les Twentyman has devoted his life to young people doing it tough. For decades, Les has toiled to give lifelines of support to Australia’s most vulnerable and voiceless. A youth-worker for Sunshine Council, then Brimbank Council and later, Father Bob Maguire’s Open Family, Les became a legend; the friend of battlers but also of those who’ve made fortunes and wish to give something back to the community. In the last 26 years, the Les Twentyman Foundation has helped 17,000 former youth at risk through school, and 500 through university.

‘The Mouth That Roared’ is the story of an ordinary bloke who has made an extraordinary difference to the lives of the disenfranchised, the abandoned and the forgotten.

Join Les Twentyman, and co-author of ‘The Mouth That Roared’, award-winning writer Robert Hillman, to discuss this extraordinary memoir, and the life behind it.

Wednesday 4th April at 1.30pm
1093 Pascoe Vale Rd
Broadmeadows
VIC 3047

Free event
Phone: (03) 9356 6900

Saturday 14th April: Les Twentyman at Gladstone Park Community Library (VIC)

Les Twentyman has devoted his life to young people doing it tough. For decades, Les has toiled to give lifelines of support to Australia’s most vulnerable and voiceless. A youth-worker for Sunshine Council, then Brimbank Council and later, Father Bob Maguire’s Open Family, Les became a legend; the friend of battlers but also of those who’ve made fortunes and wish to give something back to the community. In the last 26 years, the Les Twentyman Foundation has helped 17,000 former youth at risk through school, and 500 through university.

‘The Mouth That Roared’ is the story of an ordinary bloke who has made an extraordinary difference to the lives of the disenfranchised, the abandoned and the forgotten.

Join Les Twentyman, and co-author of ‘The Mouth That Roared’, award-winning writer Robert Hillman, to discuss this extraordinary memoir, and the life behind it.

Saturday 14th April at 10.30am
Taylor Drive
Gladstone Park
Victoria 3043

Free event
Phone: (03) 9356 6990

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