Jettys Journal - August 2017

WHAT ’S ON?

Travelling Film Festival Wollongong 2017

The Travelling Film Festival (TFF) treats Wollongong to the best in world cinema at Greater Union Cinemas. They will be returning with an exciting new program in 2017. The always-popular Opening Night celebration will in- clude free drinks after the screening. Make sure you stay in the loop by 'liking' the dedicat- ed Facebook page for updates, special offers and exclusive competitions! Venue: Greater Union Cinemas 68 Burelli Street, Wollongong, Date and Time: 21-24 Jul 2017 | 7pm - 10 pm

Jamberro Village Markets Come along and enjoy the country atmosphere. A wide variety of stalls to browse through, with

lots to see. Jamberoo Village Markets have something for everyone and is on the last Sunday of every month. Run by Jamberoo Business Group.

Musical groups will be performing at the monthly mar- kets in the new rotunda in Reid Park from 11am for approx 1 hour. This is an initiative of the Jamberoo Valley Ratepayers and Residents Association. Following are details of the entertainment for next month. Venue: Reid Park Allowrie St Jamberoo, Date and Time: Last Sunday of the month | 27 th August | 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

WEDNESDAY NIGHT 2 nd August BUSH DANCE with music by No Such Thing Since 1989 The Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club has held a so- cial bush dance every Wednesday night at the Wongawilli Com- munity Hall, West Dapto Road, Wongawilli from 8pm to 10.30pm. The bush dances began in the old Heinenger Hall Dapto in 1985.

The evening generally includes 10 bush dances which are all called and walked through. Novice dancers and musicians are invited to participate. A light supper with tea and coffee is provided also. The cost is generally only $3 per adult and children free. More information contact David De Santi - info@wongawillicolonialdance.org.au

August 2017 | Volume 14 | Issue 8

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