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CANCELLED – Kerrie Quee: “I Ran With the Flame”
July 3, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
UPDATE: Due to the NSW lockdown, this talk has been cancelled.
For the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Kerrie Quee had the honour of carrying the torch along Majors Bay Road on the day before the Opening Ceremony at Homebush Olympic Park.
She will be speaking about her experience of being a torch bearer and will also bring along memorabilia – including the torch – to the presentation.
Kerrie has lived in Concord West all her life. She attended Concord West Public School as a child and has been a teacher there since 2004.
The City of Canada Bay Heritage Society
invites you to join us to hear a talk by Kerrie Quee on her Olympic Games experience “I Ran With the Flame“ at the City of Canada Bay Museum ,1 Bent Street, Concord, on Saturday, 3rd July, 2021 at 1:30 for 2:00 pm sharp.
The talk will be followed by light refreshments and a chance to chat with the speaker and our wonderful volunteers.
Admission: FREE although donations are always welcome
Come early to see our display about the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
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Due to current Covid restrictions spaces at these talks are limited. It is now necessary to book a ticket (please RSVP below), which needs to be shown on entry.
NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ATTENDING
At last we are able to resume our regular talks on the first Saturday of each month. However, until further notice, there are rules and restrictions in place due to Covid 19 Regulations. We are currently limited to no more than 30 visitors who must be seated at all times.
Admission is by ticket only, which must be handed to one of our volunteers on entry. Please make sure you have entered your name(s), telephone number and email address (if any) on the bottom of the ticket. It is our duty to record the details of all persons present.
Hand sanitiser will be available at the counter and other places around the museum. Face masks may be compulsory, depending on current regulations.
At the conclusion of the talk you will be asked to move away from your seats so that tables can be brought in. You will need to be seated at all times while eating. Food will be placed on each table and a volunteer will take your orders for tea and coffee. When you have finished, please leave your mugs, plates, etc. on the table and one of the volunteers will collect them. Do not take them to the kitchen yourself.