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Wed 31 Oct 2012, 6:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Green Square Library, 100 Joynton Avenue, Zetland, NSW, 2017, Zetland, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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Come along for a Halloween evening of spooky night sky stories and songs for the whole family. Hear Duane Hamacher tell the tale of Namorrodor, a terrifying spirit who can be seen as a falling star. See the night sky up close with telescopes and astronomers from Sydney Observatory. Join Nardi Simpson in singing some spine-tingling songs.

Event Highlights:
- 6.30pm: Welcome to Country
- 6.45pm: Nardi Simpson performs
- 7.15pm: Night Sky Storytelling with Duane Hamacher
- 7.45pm: Namorrodor short film screening in Tote park*
- 8pm: Stargazing with the Sydney Observatory in Tote Park

Plus pizza, lucky door prizes, Night Sky Stories craft and more!

Community Bus Schedule:
- 4.30pm: Pick up at Woolloomooloo: Walla Mulla, 49 McElphone St
- 5pm: Pick up at Glebe: Cnr Cowper St & Glebe Point Rd
- 5.15pm: Pick up at Redfern: NCIE, 180 George St
- 5.30pm: Pick up at Redfern: Community Centre, 54 Hugo St
- 5.45pm: Pick up at Waterloo: Weave, 133 Morehead St
- 9pm: Return bus departs, stopping at all pick up points

Share Your Story: Duane Hamacher, Research Associate at Nura Gili, UNSW, is collecting night sky stories from Australian Aboriginal culture. Bring along your night sky stories to tell Duane, or find out more about the Aboriginal Astronomy Project at the website above.