March Seminar 2019: Ready, Set ... Read

Ready, Set ... Read

The March Seminar will be held on 23 March, 2019 at Corinda State High School.

We are delighted to anounce Ali Cobby Eckerman  and Ali Alizadeh are both coming and will present  workshops.

Program is available. You may register online or if you wish you may complete the Registration form and return that. The program  has been mailed with AGM notices to members..

Registrations are now open and will close on Sunday 17 March.

In addition to the usual range of text books, ETAQ will have available texts by both Ali Cobby Eckermann and Ali Alizedah, including The Last Days of Jean d'Arc; Poems to Share II; texts from the prescribed list.

While on-site parking is not available, there will be plenty of unrestricted parking in Lynne Grove Ave and Pratten Street. 

Cost is $60 for members, $30 for retirees and full time students; $90 for non-members.

Cancellation policy: 

Schools may replace any name on their registration list, but please let Admin Officer know the name of the replacement person so we can prepare the correct Certificate of Participation and program for the day

If you cancel by Sunday 17 March, you will receive a full refund, by Wednesday, 20th March, a 50% refund..After that, there is no refund.

Registrations: 8:10 onward

AGM: 8:40 - 9:05

Keynote commences: 9:10

 

if you are coming from a rural or regional area and are booking a flight, you may wish to let me know so that i can reserve a place for you.

 

Venue: Corinda State High School
Starting: 8:10 AM
Saturday 23rd March 2019
Ending: 1:10 PM
Email Enquiries: adminofficer@etaq.org.au

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