Continue discussions from March in March, start new ones or just enjoy each others company over an affordable meal at Turntables Restaurant at the Armidale Club, 91 Beardy Street.
A nuclear war between the United States and China is not only imaginable but a current ‘contingency’, says the Pentagon. This film by John Pilger is both a warning and an inspiring story of resistance. At Kent House, Faulkner Street opposite Central Park, Armidale, NSW.
The Armidale Community Garden is open on 4 afternoons a week, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from around 1pm until dusk when the chooks agree to being shut in for the night.
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Progressive Cinema screening at 6:30pm for 7pm at the U3A Armidale, corner Barney and Markham Streets. Made in 1972, Ningla A-Na records the events surrounding the establishment of the Aboriginal tent embassy on the lawns of Parliament House. Entry free.
Branch meeting at the University of New England, Psychology Seminar Room S06_27 SR1. Friends and supporters welcome!
This film was first screened six months after the invasion of Iraq in March 2003 and two years after the invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001. Neither Afghanistan nor Iraq have had peace ever since. In fact, the war has been extended to Syria and other countries. It is timely to re-screen this film which dissects the truth and lies behind the 'War on Terror’. It investigates the discrepancies between American and British justification for 'war' and the facts on the ground in Afghanistan and Washington DC.
One man’s journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar
Damon Gameau embarks on a unique experiment to document the effects of a high sugar diet on a healthy body, consuming only foods that are commonly perceived as ‘healthy’. Through this entertaining and informative journey, Damon highlights some of the issues that plague the sugar industry, and where sugar lurks on supermarket shelves. THAT SUGAR FILM will forever change the way you think about ‘healthy’ food.
“The achievements of the ’45 Labour government have largely been written out of our history. From near economic collapse we took leading industries into public ownership and established the Welfare State. Generosity, mutual support and co-operation were the watch words of the age. It is time to remember the determination of those who were intent on building a better world.”
Ken Loach - Director.
Screening at the Armidale Club, 91 Beardy Street
Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world. Join us for discussion and community dinner after the film. Screening and dinner free. At Kent House in Faulkner Street, opposite Kent House.