This is the program for the Glebe Sesquicentenary as at 16 July, 2009.  Some events are yet to be confirmed, and further details will be posted as the come to hand.
July 31 to August 11 – Elsie Women’s Refuge Quilt and Children’s Drawings from Elsie at Art Almanac Window and Historical Photographs of Tranby College at Gallery Red.  Both exhibitions are at 131-145 Glebe Point Road and will be opened by Eva Cox on Friday 31 July, 6pm–8pm.
Throughout August – Youth Around Glebe, photographs by Patricia Baillie.  53 Glebe Point Road Window.
Sunday August 2 – Glebe Sesquicentenary Celebration Day
9.30am – Interdenominational Service at St John’s Church.
11:00am burial of Time Capsule by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Cr Clover Moore MP, at the Jubilee Fountain, in Jubilee Place (southern entrance to Glebe Point Road).
4:00pm – Conducted tour of the former cinema, the Valhalla, 166D Glebe Point Road.
Further details of events on 2 August will be published on the Society’s website as information becomes available.
August 4 to 16 – Sculpture and collage by Richard Black.  Glass Artists’ Gallery, 70 Glebe Point Road.
August 5 12:30-2:00pm – Glebe Bytes: Launching stories from the neighbourhood, Glebe Youth Service, 84 Glebe Point Road.  Hear stories about Glebe; all welcome!
August 6 to 23 – Local Artists Responding to Glebe.  Artists include Peter Travis and Reg Mombassa.  Gallery Adagio, 91 Glebe Point Road. To be opened by Roelf Smilde 6.00-8.00pm, Thursday, 6 August .
August 5 to September 4 – The Teapot Show.  Inner City Clayworkers Gallery, corner of St Johns Road and Darghan Street,
August 13 to 16 – Get Off Your Arts.  Glebe Café Church, 37 St Johns Road.
August 15, 9:30am – Hockey Tournament, Jubilee Park, followed by BBQ.
August 29 – Rowing on Blackwattle Bay, followed by BBQ.
Through September – Glebe 150 Photographs, historical and local identities. Glebe Point Road.
Until the end of August – Patricia Baillie Youth around Glebe: photographs,  the shop window at 53 Glebe Point Road (former Russells store).
September 27 – Wentworth Park Games Day.Note – the official opening of Foley Park and the Wireless House, planned for Sunday, August 2, has been deferred due to the recent persistent rain.  A new date will be announced as soon as possible.