Queen's Birthday Lunches
Among the events on this calendar are luncheons which are graced by vice-regal attendance in both Sydney on 16 June and Hobart on 18 June, 2008. The ACT Branch is also having a lunch on Saturday 31 May 2008.
ACM- ACT Queen’s Birthday Luncheon
The ACT & Region Branch of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy will hold a luncheon at the Canberra Yacht Club on Saturday 31 May 2008 to mark The Queen's Birthday. Members and guests welcome.
Alan Fitzgerald will deliver the address, 'Barons, Rebels & Romantics'.
The charge is $40 a head. Bookings by Wednesday 28 May to Hon. Secretary, Caroline Ross Smith,4 Malara Street, Waramanga ACT 2611. Tel. 6288 1809.
Monday, 26 May, 2008.
University of Sydney, Main Campus: Public Information Forum. 5pm. “Australia’s Constitutional Future.”
Edward Ford Building, Marjorie Oldfield Room. Sydney University Law Students Society. Speaker: Professor David Flint
Friday, 6 June, 2008
Brisbane, United Services Club, 183 Wickham Terrace. 12 for 1230pm. Lunch. Speaker: Professor David Flint: “The New Political Situation: Defending the Constitution and the Flag."
Monday, 16 June, 2008
Sydney, Australia-Britain Society: Queen’s Birthday Luncheon Parliament House. Her Excellency, The Governor of New South Wales, Professor Marie Bashir, and Sir Nicholas Shehadie. Noon for 1230 pm. $70 ($65 A-B S members) Mr. Richard Nott, Chairman, Australia-Britain Society: 02 9449 7532
Tuesday, 17 June, 2008
Coogee, in Sydney, ACM Kingsford Smith Branch: Meet Special Guest Councillor Scott Nash. At the Coogee Diggers Club-Coogee RSL, Carr and Byron Streets Googee. At 7.30 pm for 8 pm. Dinner is avilable before in the Club Bistrot at 6 pm.
Wednesday, 18 June 2008
Hobart. Queen’s Birthday Luncheon. 12 Noon for 12.30pm. His Excellency, the Hon PG Underwood, the Governor of Tasmania. Black Buffalo Hotel Federal St (cnr Letitia St) North Hobart. $35. Council of the United Commonwealth Societies of Tasmania. ACM enquiries 03 62489305
Friday, 20 -22 June 2008
Marlborough, New Zealand. The Vintner's Retreat. Blenheim. The Summer Sounds Symposium, now held on the southern winter solstice. Key note speech, “Constitutional change in Australia and New Zealand?” Speaker Professor David Flint. [Details will shortly be posted on the symposium site, http://www.summersounds.co.nz. The Symposium is an annual meeting of minds from the scientific, academic, business, political and media communities founded in 1997 by Amy (Agnes-Mary) Brooke, columnist, critic, commentator and children's writer.]
Sunday, 22 June, 2008
Hamilton, New South Wales. 2pm. Gallipoli Legion club in Beaumont Street. General Meeting of the ACM Newcastle Hunter Branch, followed by address by Thomas Flynn, Executive Director ACM
Tuesday, 8 July, 2008
Sydney. Morning Tea, 1030 am, to be confirmed. The Union Club, Bent Street. “Ready for the next campaign” Speaker: Professor David Flint.
Thursday, 10 July, 2008
Canberra, Australian National University, 2.30pm Address: “Constitutional monarchy and the current debate regarding a republic.” Professor David Flint
Friday 22 – Sunday 24 August, 2008
North Sydney, NSW. Upholding the Australian Constitution. The Samuel Griffiths Society, 20th Conference. Rydges Hotel, 54 McLaren Street, North Sydney, (02) 9922 131154 Information: [email protected] Web: www.samuelgriffith.org.au
Friday, Saturday, Sunday ( optional excursions) 19-21 September, 2008:
Perth, Western Australia, ACM National Conference at the Hotel Northbridge, Northbridge WA.
Thursday, 6 November, 2008:
Affirmation Day, TBA The Ninth Anniversary of the 1999 Referendum. TBA
Friday, 14 November, 2008:
The Birthday of the Prince of Wales, TBA