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Grease comes to Stanwell Park theatre

IN a first for the Stanwell Park Arts Theatre (SPAT), the company are branching out into musicals with the ’50s rock classic Grease. Featuring a local cast of young actors, come along and jive, sing, and do the hot potato in your seat to hits like Greased Lightening, Summer Nights, You’re the One That I Want and Hopelessly Devoted … Continue reading

Annual Spring into Corrimal festival this Sunday

PREPERATIONS are well in hand for the largest one-day free family festival in regional NSW this Sunday at Corrimal. The Spring into Corrimal festival attracts crowds in excess of 60,000. Corrimal’s streets will be closed to traffic on Sunday September 8 from 9am to 4pm when the shopping strip turns into a centre of bustling … Continue reading

Film festival visits Thirroul and Corrimal

To celebrate the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages, a film festival featuring Indigenous voices from around the world will be held at Corrimal and Thirroul libraries next month. The first week of the festival in July coincides with NAIDOC Week and features Australian Indigenous content, with the second week highlighting movies that tell … Continue reading

Concert to celebrate youth week at Bellambi Point

A SPORTS workshop, featuring live music, interactive art, food and much more will be held at Bellambi Point as part of Youth Week. Wollongong City Council’s Youth Services has a range of events planned with a music concert and sporting activities at Bellambi Point, live music, aerosol art, skateboarding in Berkeley and a rolling racer … Continue reading

Moonlight Movie returns to Corrimal’s Ziems Park this weekend

MOONLIGHT Movies are back for 2019 with The Never Ending Story to play on the big screen this Saturday February 16 at Robert Ziems Park, Corrimal. The cult classic was adapted from Michael Ende’s children’s book and follows the adventures of Bastain Balthazar Bux. Released in 1984, the much-loved adventure film for kids of all ages tells … Continue reading

Moonlight movies returns

MOONLIGHT Movies returns to the north with two screenings at Corrimal and Thirroul during December. Wollongong City Council will present on Friday December 1, Boss Baby (G) at Ziem’s Park Corrimal, while on the following Saturday night, Finding Dory (G) will screen at Thirroul Beach Reserve. The Corrimal event is being presented in partnership with Corrimal … Continue reading

School holiday activities

Wollongong City Council is making it easy to keep the kids busy these school holidays, with an exciting range of programs on offer across Council services. The Botanic Garden will be offering Holiday Boot Camp Fun from 10am – 12.30pm daily from 7 to 10 April. Kids will be able to take on an obstacle … Continue reading

Movies coming to Thirroul Beach

  THE movies are coming to Thirroul Beach. Summer in the Gong is presented by Wollongong City Council, TAFE Illawarra and the IMB Building Society and will feature the movie Happy Feet screening at Thirroul’s Beach Reserve, on Saturday November 8. IMB CEO Robert Ryan said IMB has supported this family event for four years … Continue reading

History comes to life at Thirroul library

THIRROUL District Library will host a series of weekly talks through October and November, each presented by an author or guest speaker. The free, one hour talks at 5pm on Wednesdays are an opportunity for the community to hear some compelling true life stories, and to look into a local fictional work inspired by true … Continue reading

Plenty to do during holidays

FROM a World Cup themed treasure hunt through the Botanic Gardens, to a pizza and movie night in the library, there’s something to entertain all the kids these school holidays. “We’ve got loads of activities happening right across our area so no matter where you live, you won’t have to travel far to join in … Continue reading

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