This is so exciting! The Glebe Rugby League Club (aka 'The Dirty Reds') is being brought back from the dead! This Club is historic - the first to be registered in Australia (1908). Sadly, it folded in 1928, but it's got back up again!
We're sure the Glebe community will get behind the Dirty Reds so they can return to their former (grubby) glory! A good start, of course, is to like their Facebook page.
UrbanGrowth NSW will be holding two drop-in community information sessions as part of The Bays Precinct Open House Program. This would be a good opportunity to find out what is planned for the Bays Precinct and to let them know what you think about it. Details: Saturday 8 April 2017 10am – 1pm Glebe Town Hall 160 St Johns Road, Glebe ... See MoreSee Less
What is a street library? Street Libraries are a beautiful home for books, planted in your front yard. They are accessible from the street, and are an invitation to share the joys of reading with your neighbours. People can simply reach in and take what interests them; when they are finished, they can return them to the Street Library network, or pass them on to friends. If anyone has a book or two that they think others would enjoy, they can just pop it into any Street Library they happen to be walking past.
Pat Fiske will be the guest speaker at the next Glebe Voices meeting. Pat is a documentary filmmaker whose film “Rocking the Foundations” covers the green bans instituted in the 1970s by the BLF which saved Glebe being divided by an expressway. Pat will be joined by Meredith Burgmann whose book “Green Bans, Red Unions” has recently been republished. Glebe Voices will meet at 6.00pm on this Wednesday 29th March at the Yuga Café 172 St Johns Road Glebe. ... See MoreSee Less