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Tuesday, 26 September 2017
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Events for the month of September 2017
Free Film Screen: Tomorrow
Thursday, 7 September 2017
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tomorrow Movie Poster
Hunters Hill and Willoughby Council’s putting on a free screening at The Zenith Theatre, McIntos St, Chatswood.

"What if telling a hopeful story of solutions is the best way to solve the ecological, economic and social crises that shake our world?"

In 2012, a study was published that announced the impending potential demise of the human race. Unable to ignore the hard facts that food, water and oil would be scarce within the lifetime of their children, directors Laurent and Dion set about visiting ten vastly different countries to explore what was being done to counteract the impending catastrophe.

During their journey, they met the pioneers who are reinventing agriculture, energy, the economy, democracy and education.

By focusing on grassroots solutions and intermingling the serious with the playful, Tomorrow entertains while giving the audience autonomy to both engage in and change a situation in which everyone is involved.

Above all, the message is one of resounding hope for a better future.

This is essential viewing for anyone wanting to know what they can do to help save the planet.

French film with English subtitles. Not rated, but suitable for children and families though runtime is 118 mins

Winner of the Best Documentary French Academy Award, TOMORROW is an urgent and passionate film offering real solutions to save our planet.

Zenith Theatre, McIntos St, Chatswood

Local Council Elections
  Local Council Elections Event's pdf 
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Last Edited: Tuesday, 6 June 2017
Saturday, 9 September 2017 Local Council Elections


Bedlam Bay Planting Day
Saturday, 9 September 2017
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Superb fairy wren
Bring your family and friends along to help us with the next stage in restoring small bird habitat in Bedlam Bay, an important link in a habitat corridor along the lower Parramatta River.

Small native birds need suitable resting places between bushland areas in order to move around safely. You can help them survive by planting native shrubs and groundcovers that will become their protective habitat havens.

Please wear closed shoes, a hat and sunscreen. Tools and gloves will be provided.

Meet at Bedlam Oval near the toilet block in the Gladesville Hospital grounds, enter via the Punt Rd gate next to the Police Station.
Jackie D'Arcy   

Extraordinary Meeting of Council
Monday, 25 September 2017
7:30 PM
Ordinary Meeting of Council. Check the Council Meetings and Reports page for the agenda for this meeting and Business Paper for this meeting.

Council Chamber, Town Hall, 22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Wendy McGuirk/Sharon Murdoch   

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