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Junior Library Christmas Card Making

Lane Cove Library

Come along and share the holiday spirit by decorating your own Christmas cards and gift tags for all your friends and family. No booking required. Free event.

Free

La Voce Community Choir Carols

Lane Cove Library

Be inspired by the La Voce Community Choir's Christmas Performance. Free event.    

Christmas Storytime

Lane Cove Library

Join us for a special children’s Christmas Storytime with Christmas stories, songs and a visit from Santa. Book online here. Free event.

Free

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

Rev Karen Paull has sought to respond to the local Lane Cove community in her diverse role of Community Chaplain under the auspices of the Uniting Church of Australia. Connecting the community in order to combat social isolation, and its close ally loneliness, has become a central focus over the 5+ years of her term. […]

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

A Life in Books: Dr Robin Morrow founded the first specialist children’s bookshop in NSW, The Children’s Bookshop Beecroft, and managed it for 25 years. She has been a reviewer and commentator on children’s and youth literature in The Weekend Australian and a number of journals. Robin has served on many judging panels including the […]

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

Alex Long is the CEO of the Multicultural Youth Affairs Network NSW. She will talk about MYAN’s work with young people and what’s important to them in 2020. She’ll also discuss what it means to be a white woman in multicultural Australia, will reflect on why it’s so hard for white people to talk about […]

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

Come and celebrate International Women’s Day The Wolves of War – the burden of war and conflict on women and girls: Jan Rayner and Stephanie Molloy. Violence against women and girls during wartime has been one of history’s darkest secrets. Sexual violence as a tactic of war which terrorizes and controls civilian populations, continues. 2019 […]

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

"Words That Go Ping”, is the title of a book by applied linguist Barbara Lasserre. Over her years studying and teaching the dynamics of language, Barbara has come to realise that onomatopoeia has long been considered a peripheral phenomenon of ‘serious’ language study - but at the same time is dearly and universally loved by […]

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

Members are invited to share a photo of themselves taken when they were a child. The photos will be used as a prompt to talk about memories of childhood the photo evokes.

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

When the Personal became Political: the Seventies in Australia. The Seventies was the decade of ‘It’s Time’, stagflation and the Dismissal, a tumultuous period of economic and political upheaval. But it was also the era when the personal became political, when Australia had a Royal Commission into Human Relationships and when social movements remade the […]

$8 – $10

Women’s Discussion Group

Lane Cove Library

Author, Suzanne Leal, will talk about writing her new novel “The Deceptions” which is based on a true story of wartime betrayal told to her by her late neighbours, Fred and Eva Perger, who were both survivors of the Holocaust.  In particular, Suzanne will discuss the challenges of writing fiction that is based on truth […]

$8 – $10

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Lane Cove Sustainability Action Group Meeting

Lane Cove Library

The Lane Cove Sustainability Action Group (LCSAG) is an incorporated community group committed to improving the local area in the face of climate change. The group has grown out of a movement spreading across Sydney where local people feel compelled to take personal action against the growing threat of climate change.   Read More ​ Meeting Dates […]

Lane Cove Historical Society proudly presents ‘At the Podium’ March 23rd

Lane Cove Library

Join us Tuesday night 7pm March 23 at Lane Cove Library for the first meeting of 2021 (and 2020!). We are excited to have guest speaker Prof Paul Ashton speaking about how Sydney grew to be known as 'The Accidental City'. Professor Paul Ashton is Professor of Public History at UTS. He is a specialist […]

At the Podium with Penny Ransby-Smith

Lane Cove Library

Dream of Margaret River Penny Ransby Smith Please join the Lane Cove Historical Society for the April 'At the Podium'. Our guest speaker this month is Penny Ransby-Smith  a local historian who won the Lane Cove History Prize in 2018. After a professional career as an accountant, she turned to researching family history. She is the […]

Free

WAIG Women’s Discussion Group – Lane Cove Residents for Reconcilation

Lane Cove Library

Co-convenor of Lane Cove Residents for Reconciliation, Kerrie McKenzie, will talk with us about the work of this local voluntary, non-funded, non-party-political and not-for-profit group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people working together to raise awareness of the issues involved in the process of Reconciliation and Social Justice; and consistent with the National Reconciliation Corroboree 2000  […]