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New York Postcards & Immaginario

5 March 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

An exhibition of artwork on original postcards from New York, and new monotypes in the Small Gallery

March Tuesday Kids’ Book Club – How to Raise Your Grown-Ups

5 March 2019
The Sun Bookshop

For our March Kids’ Book Club we will be reading Hubert Horatio: How to Raise Your Grown-Ups by Lauren...

March Tuesday Middle Grade Book Club – The Dog Who Saved the World

5 March 2019
The Sun Bookshop

For our March Middle Grade Book Club we will be reading The Dog Who Saved the World by Ross Welford. Join...

March Young Adult Book Club – Darius the Great Is Not Okay

5 March 2019
The Sun Bookshop

For our March Young Adult Book Club we will be reading Darius the Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram. Join...

Kassem Eid: My Country

5 March 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Kassem Eid and Sally Warhaft

In 2013, Kassem Eid narrowly escaped death when Bashar al-Assad’s government unleashed a now-infamous...

Poetryspective featuring Ela Fornalska and Sigrun Mikula

5 March 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Hosted by ‘the patron-saint of Melbourne poetry,’ poet and photographer Michael Reynolds, what began as a...

Opening Pages at Fairfieldbooks

6 March 2019
Fairfield Books
Aoife Clifford and Sarah Bailey

Opening Pages this month features two crime writers.

Active Labour: memoirs of a working-class doctor

6 March 2019
Moreland City Libraries - Read More program
Percy Rogers, in conversation with Phil Cleary

7.45 pm, Brunswick Library

Elizabeth Chong - Making Chinese Food popular in Australia

6 March 2019
Whitehorse-Manningham-Libraries
Elizabeth Chong

Elizabeth Chong is a life-long advocate of traditional Chinese cookery and worthy recipient of the...