Discover Deadly Snake Safety and Reptile Awareness workshop # 2

Join us at the local Margaret River Library to hear Becca Bolton from Discover Deadly – our local Reptile Centre, speak about her work and give participants the chance to interact with reptiles that live at Discover Deadly.

Becca is also a qualified snake catcher and she will give advice on staying safe around snakes, along with some interesting facts about these fascinating creatures.

This activity is best suited to children over 5 years old and bookings are essential as there are limited spaces.

 

Margaret River Library Thursday 7 October

  • First session 10.30am – 11.15am
  • Second session 11.30am – 12.15pm

To book your child’s place phone 9780 5600 or visit http://www.trybooking.com/BUGWY

Discover Deadly Snake Safety and Reptile Awareness workshop # 1

Join us at the local Margaret River Library to hear Becca Bolton from Discover Deadly – our local Reptile Centre, speak about her work and give participants the chance to interact with reptiles that live at Discover Deadly.

Becca is also a qualified snake catcher and she will give advice on staying safe around snakes, along with some interesting facts about these fascinating creatures.

This activity is best suited to children over 5 years old and bookings are essential as there are limited spaces.

 

Margaret River Library Thursday 7 October

  • First session 10.30am – 11.15am
  • Second session 11.30am – 12.15pm

To book your child’s place phone 9780 5600 or visit http://www.trybooking.com/BUGWY

Romano-British Burials: evidence for a population. A history talk by Dr Pam Lynch

Dr Pam Lynch has a fascination for all eras of UK history and archaeology, has taken part in an archaeological dig on a Roman Palace site in the south of England and for her PhD thesis she undertook a study of Romano-British burials. She is intrigued by the light that can be shed on an ancient civilisation through an examination of its burial practices.

Come along and be captivated by the archaeological discoveries, their interpretation and the extent to which this ancient population can be understood.

Thursday 21st October, 5.30 – 6.30pm

Margaret River Library

Light refreshments provided after the presentation. The library is an easily accessible venue.

Please RSVP to reserve a seat. Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au or Ph: 9780 5600

Dr Pam Lynch on trek

Resume development and cover letter writing: a career enhancement workshop with Aly Bannister

On screen via Zoom at the Margaret River Library or sign in on your own device from home. Free event and all welcome

This workshop shows you what a good resume should look like and describes the do’s and don’ts of what to include and what to leave out.

  • Helps you understand what employers expect from a resume
  • Describes why some resumes are unsuccessful
  • Offers you free templates and clear cover letters to use in the future
  • Gives you insights on how to get your resume noticed
  • Explains the essential ingredients when creating your resume
  • Aims to help increase your chances of success for securing employment

Aly Bannister is a career coach and the author of ‘Get your rear into gear: job searching tips for career success’.

RSVP to reserve your seat at the library or to receive the zoom login if you are signing in from home. Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au or Ph: 9780 5600

Aly Bannister with her book 'Get your rear into gear'

Search for the Queen of Sheba Orchid presentation at Augusta

Dr Daniela Scaccabarozzi presents strategies that orchids in South Western Australia employ for attracting insects that fascinatedly pollinate orchid flowers. She is a pollination biologist currently investigating the pollination strategy of the Queen of Sheba Orchid. Her presentation is followed by a film screening of the documentary ‘Search for the Queen of Sheba Orchid’.(duration approx. 1 hr).
The documentary movie is presented by The Field Journal & Sarasota Orchid Society. World-renowned orchid taxonomist and artist Stig Dalstrom and award-winning filmmaker and composer Darryl Saffer travel to Western Australia seeking unique plants and animals that inhabit this amazing land. They are especially interested in finding the rare and elusive Queen of Sheba Orchid. After the screening, Daniela will welcome any question inherent to the topic.

Augusta Council Chambers, Shire admin building, Allnutt Tce, Augusta
Friday 10th September, 10am – 12pm
Please RSVP to amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au or Ph: 9780 5600. These are free events and all welcome

Orchid specialist Dr Daniela Scaccabarozzi
Orchid specialist Dr Daniela Scaccabarozzi

 

Search for the Queen of Sheba Orchid presentation at Margaret River Library

Dr Daniela Scaccabarozzi presents strategies that orchids in South Western Australia employ for attracting insects that fascinatedly pollinate orchid flowers. She is a pollination biologist currently investigating the pollination strategy of the Queen of Sheba Orchid. Her presentation is followed by a film screening of the documentary ‘Search for the Queen of Sheba Orchid’.(duration approx. 1 hr).
The documentary movie is presented by The Field Journal & Sarasota Orchid Society. World-renowned orchid taxonomist and artist Stig Dalstrom and award-winning filmmaker and composer Darryl Saffer travel to Western Australia seeking unique plants and animals that inhabit this amazing land. They are especially interested in finding the rare and elusive Queen of Sheba Orchid. After the screening, Daniela will welcome any question inherent to the topic.
Margaret River Library , Fearn Ave, Margaret River
Thursday 9th September, 5.30pm – 7.30pm

Presentation repeated in Augusta
Augusta Council Chambers, Shire admin building, Allnutt Tce, Augusta
Friday 10th September, 10am – 12pm
Please RSVP to amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au or Ph: 9780 5600. These are free events and all welcome

Orchids of the South West
Orchids of the South West

 

 

 

 

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Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600
Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au