The Eaglehawk Neck History Group is holding a pictorial history display on Saturday 1st December 2018 in the Eaglehawk Neck Hall to celebrate the Hall’s 90th birthday.
December 1st 10.00 – 3.00pm
Gold coin donation
The group is also planning for the 100th birthday with a publication of the Hall’s history. Community members who wish to contribute or obtain more information please call in on Saturday 1st December Contact: Terry 0407 858 982
Frog Hollow Nursery, plants, fresh produce, home baked goodies, Pirates Pantry, sausage sizzle, craft- come and browse!
Peninsula Singers, Long Table Lunch and Film at Eaglehawk Neck Hall- Stronger Together-Sunday 7 October, 12.30pm The film One Chance (PG) at 2.00pm is a true story about a young man overcoming the odds to become an opera singer, starring James Corden. Come to all or part of the day $5.00 for lunch. RSVP 6253 5579 or email email@example.com
Peninsula Singers will perform for us at 12.30pm!
This Saturday’s film society screening (8th September at 7.00pm) is The Death of Stalin – A Comedy of Terrors (MA15+, 93 minutes) starring Michael Palin (Monty Python), Steve Buscemi (Fargo), Andrea Riseborough (Birdman) and Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter). Stalin suffers a stroke and dies, then the fun begins as members of his ‘inner circle’ – Kruschev, Molotov, Beria, Malenkov etc. – scramble for power, knives and backs to stab. A very black little black comedy, based on a ‘true story’. Don’t forget, hot food and snacks from 6.00pm. Membership available on the night.
The Eaglehawk Neck Film Society screening this month, on Saturday 9 June at 7.00pm, will be The Post (M 116 minutes). Directed by Steven Spielberg (Bridge of Spies, The BFG), it tells the true story of the Washington Post’s decision in the 1970s to publish what became known as the Pentagon Papers, the cover-up by the administrations of four US Presidents of their country’s real involvement in the Vietnam war. Starring Meryl Streep as Post owner/publisher Kay Graham and Tom Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee. Nominated for Best Picture and Best Actress Oscars.
On Saturday 14 July at 7.00pm the film society will be screening the Oscar nominated film Call Me By Your Name (M 132 minutes). Set in the beautiful countryside of northern Italy in the summer of 1983, and based on the acclaimed novel by Andre Aciman, this is the coming-of-age story of 17-year-old Elio and his relationship with his anthropologist father’s new research assistant. Nominated for four Oscars, including best picture and actor.
Hot food and snacks are served at 6.00pm prior to the Saturday evening screenings.
Also, on Thursday 5th July at 6.30pm the Wilderness Society will be hosting a screening at the Hall of the 1987 Tasmanian ‘classic’ The Tale of Ruby Rose (PG rated, 135 min), as part of a tour of the film around Tasmania to mark the 30th anniversary of its production. Filmed in the Walls of Jerusalem National Park in winter. This was writer/director Roger Scholes’ first feature film. It won four awards at the Venice Biennale in 1987 and has since been digitally remastered. Wilderness Society members will present the film and discuss some of the challenges to the breathtaking wilderness areas presented on screen.
Entry by donation on the night. RSVP essential to https://wilderness.nationbuilder.com/tas_rubyrose_ehn or Danny Carney – firstname.lastname@example.org / phone 0400 957 994.
Film screening this Saturday evening at 7.00pm, Eaglehawk Neck Hall.
On Saturday 14th at 7.00pm we are showing the British biopic Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG rated, 102 minutes), a behind-the-scenes look at the relationship between acclaimed children’s author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson – Harry Potter, Calvary) and his son Christopher Robin who inspired the Winnie the Pooh books. Also stars Australian Margot Robbie (I, Tonya) and Kelly MacDonald (Trainspotting, No Country for Old Men). Come along at 6.00pm for hot food and snacks.
Images of Port Arthur Historic Site :Exploring its Heritage Values
Eaglehawk Neck Hall Saturday 24 March 10am – 2pm
Exhibition of Paintings and Photographs
Port Arthur, seen through the Artist’s Eye
The Hall’s Cafe and Book Shop will be Open for Your Business and Pleasure
A Community, Heritage and Tourism (CHAT) Event CHAT is supported by a grant from the Australian Government
Saturday 3rd February, 7.0pm Film Society. 6.00pm dinner for purchase.
Eaglehawk Neck Hall