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Juracoustic #06

Friday, August 28, 2009 - 5:00am

This month's performers are:
Tired Hands - http://myspace.com/24zzz
Anna Vo - http://annavo.wordpress.com

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On the last Thursday of every month we have an acoustic show in the Fanya Baron Library at Jura Books.

Local area door-knock

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 -
3:30am to 6:30am

Join us as we go and visit people at their homes to talk about anarchist politics and sell raffle tickets. Meet at Jura at 5.30pm

Monthly Acoustic Night

Friday, July 31, 2009 -
5:30am to 9:30am

Acoustic night will have Felicity Keep playing some tunes, aswell as the many other friendly faces who will strum their own stuff. Things kick of around 7:30. Supper will be prepared with accompanying drinks. Donations are welcome.

Monthly Acoustic Night feat. Nice Verdes

Friday, June 26, 2009 -
5:00am to 9:00am

Come to our monthly acoustic night in the library. Bring a piece of wood with strings, a tube with holes, your humble vocal chards or just your ears to listen. There'll be a headline performer, but aside from that, the night is open to whosoever turns up. If we get enough people then we may even spread downstairs for some spoken word, poetry or just another performance space. Food and refreshments are available, donations are appreciated to pay Jura's mortgage and other bills.

Music in the library!

Friday, June 19, 2009 -
4:30am to 8:00am

Come along for a night of acoustic sounds in the Jura library.

The fabulous Old Galloway Road will be joining us from Melbourne before jetting off your oddles of over-seas adventures.

Along for the ride is Mr Will Wagner, also of southern origin.

Also playing will be the fabulous Anna Vo, and Magnoliaceae.

Music will start at 6.30ish. Bring your winter woolies!!!

Stop the NT intervention - Protest, march and concert

Saturday, June 20, 2009 -
8:30pm to 10:00pm

Protest, march and concert - marking two years since the announcement of the NT Intervention

10:30am Belmore Park, Eddy avenue, Haymarket (opposite Central station)

March to the Block in Redfern for family and culture day concert

June newsletter

Hi Jura Books friends,

Jura and Black Rose Books are proud to present the first Sydney Anarchist Film Festival. We are showing 14 great films over the queens birthday long weekend (5th - 8th June). The films include tasty rarities as well as anarchist smash hits. One highlight is 'Lucio Anarquista' - a 2007 film about an anarchist worker who brought the most powerful bank on the planet to its knees. Tickets are only $8 per film ($5 concession) or get a gold pass to the entire festival for $30 ($25 concession).

Film Festival Program
Friday 5th June:
-> 6pm: An evening of local short films (at Black Rose)
Saturday 6th June:
-> 12pm: Manufacturing Consent (Jura); Living Utopia (Black Rose)
-> 3pm: Angry Brigade (Jura); Viva Zapata (Black Rose)
-> 6pm: Born in Flames (Jura); Panther (Black Rose)
Sunday 7th June:
-> 12pm: Paris is Burning (Jura); This Revolution (Black Rose)
-> 3pm: Libertarias (Jura); Land and Freedom (Black Rose)
-> 6pm: Free Voice of Labour (Jura); The Weather Underground (Black Rose)
Monday 8th June:
-> 6pm: Lucio Anarquista (at Jura)

For full details and descriptions of each film click here.

Also for film fanatics, Jura has just received a new shipment of political DVDs. These include Rocking the Foundations, The Hacktivists, Helen's war, Intervention Katherine NT, Wanja, I remember 1948, Stolen Generations, Temple of dreams, Two Mums and a Dad, Lockout and River of No Return. For a full list, descriptions and prices, click here.

Our monthly acoustic music night is also on from 7.30pm, this Thursday 28th May at Jura. 'Rascal & Bones' and 'A Dire Dawn' will be playing. Bring a piece of wood with strings, a tube with holes, your humble vocal chards or just your ears to listen!

And it would be great if you could come to the G20 Solidarity Trivia Night. Three activists (two of them Sydney-based) are going to trial on charges from the G20 protests in Melbourne in 2006. These include aggravated burglary - a serious charge which can carry a ten-year sentence. The action in question took place at a defence force recruitment centre and the Tenix offices (a military contractor); it lasted 10 minutes and involved nothing more than red glitter and water pistols! One person is already in jail as a result of charges relating to actions at G20. The Trivia Night starts at 7pm, Tues 2nd June at The Workshop, 16 Sloane St, Newtown.

Love and rage from the Jura Collective.

440 Parramatta Rd, Petersham
9550 9931
http://www.jura.org.au

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