9
Feb

Annual fundraising dinner

The Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem (ACT Commandery) has much pleasure in inviting Members and Friends of the L’Arche Genesaret community to its 26th Annual Dinner in aid of L’Arche at The Commonwealth Club, 25 Forster Crescent, Yarralumla.

Friday 31 March 2017

7:00 pm for 7:30 pm

Dress: Lounge Suit

$140 per head including $40 donation to L’Arche, three-course meal, table wine and pre-dinner drinks.

RSVP: Friday 24 March 2017 but please note space is limited and acceptances will be processed in order of receipt of funds.

For booking arrangements & further information, please contact the L’Arche Genesaret office on 6292 9066.

15
Sep

Hub@L’Arche launch

Tuesday 11 October 2016, 5.30-7.30pm, with ABC Radio presenter Genevieve Jacobs

Opening our Hub@L’Arche: 38-40 Colbee Court, Phillip, Woden

Come and join the conversation about this exciting new space in Woden, a venue for new micro-businesses and cultural, community events, a co-working space for people with and without intellectual disability. What can you see flourishing here? How can you help L’Arche make it happen?

Please RSVP by 7 Oct to canberra@larche.org.au or 6282 9066.

19
Aug

CD launch @ new L’Arche Hub with singer-songwriter John Coleman and poet Noel Davis

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Tuesday 27 September 2016, 7-9pm @ “The Hub”, 38-40 Colbee Court, Phillip

Come and share a special evening savouring the creative genius of John Coleman and Noel Davis at “The Hub”, the exciting new base for L’Arche in Canberra. A night not to miss!

John Coleman is a long-term member of L’Arche and has produced 10 albums of original music. Noel Davis, a prolific writer of poetry, explores the life of the Spirit, the inspiration of desert, heart lands and inner pilgrimage. The first of his books, “Heart Gone Walkabout”, was published in 1991.

John and Noel met two years ago in Alice Springs and there began this creative collaboration, melding Noel’s poetry and John’s music. The concert will be a blending of Noel’s recitations with new music by John, accompanied by pianist Oliver Gathercole.

“The Hub” is an accessible venue with easy parking.

Entry $10 (inc light supper), CDs $20

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