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Wee Waa Learn to Swim Program

January 20 to January 31, 2020

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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT
Learn to Swim Blocks

The next learn to swim blocks to commence across all three Shire pools, for the following dates:

NARRABRI AQUATIC CENTRE starts Monday, January 6 to Friday, January 17. Program running Monday to Friday.

BOGGABRI MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL starts Monday, January 6 to Friday, January 17. Program running Monday to Friday.

WEE WAA MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL starts Monday, January 20 to Friday, January 31. Program running Monday to Friday.

Please call for your booking form:
Boggabri Pool on (02 6743 4379,
Narrabri Aquatic Centre on (02) 6799 6782, and
Wee Waa Pool on (02) 6795 4384.

Narrabri Shire Learn to Swim Program Narrabri Aquatic Centre and Boggabri Memorial Swimming Pool

Monday 6 January to Friday January 17, 2020

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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT
Learn to Swim Blocks

The next learn to swim blocks to commence across all three Shire pools, for the following dates:

NARRABRI AQUATIC CENTRE starts Monday, January 6 to Friday, January 17. Program running Monday to Friday.

BOGGABRI MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL starts Monday, January 6 to Friday, January 17. Program running Monday to Friday.

WEE WAA MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL starts Monday, January 20 to Friday, January 31. Program running Monday to Friday.

Please call for your booking form:
Boggabri Pool on (02 6743 4379,
Narrabri Aquatic Centre on (02) 6799 6782, and
Wee Waa Pool on (02) 6795 4384.

REPIN & THE WANDERERS - Kathy McLauchlan

Monday 19 October, 2020

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At the start of the 19th century, Russia was still a newcomer to Europe's art scene. This lecture talks about the rise of a group of young painters known as the Wanderers who, from the 1860s onwards, forged a new and independent route for modern art. Their leading figure, Ilya Repin, evoked the realities of life through his paintings of people and landscapes. His major works would provoke admiration and controversy, establishing him as the most significant Russian painter of his time.

THE AMADEUS MYTH Mozart (1756-91) - Sandy Burnett

Monday 14 September

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Classical music reached a peak of perfection in Vienna during the last three decades of the Eighteenth Century, an era in which every aristocratic household worth its salt had a Kapelle or band of musicians to keep every-one entertained. In particular, the refined musical discourse of the string quartet was held to be the highest form of musical art; the elegant interplay of its various string instruments likened by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe to “four intelligent people conversing”. In this talk, Sandy examines the perfect storm of circumstances that made this extraordinary era possible. He looks at selected excerpts of Classical elegance at its finest, and considers the remarkable figure of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a musician rightly prized – and mythologised – as one of the greatest ever known.

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