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The Witches
Event - Wed 20 June 2018 - Fri 22 June 2018
The Witches
Across the centuries, witches have long received a bad press. Maybe no one is quite sure whether they mean harm, or are merely there to amuse us. In this faithful stage adaptation of a classic Roald...
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GW Class of 1993 25 Year Reunion
Event - Fri 22 June 2018
GW Class of 1993 25 Year Reunion
It’s been 25 years since you left Wesley, and this reunion is a great chance to catch up with your friends and relive some Wesley memories. So join us at the Coates Pavilion, Glen Waverley Campus and...
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OWCA Canberra Dinner
Event - Mon 25 June 2018
OWCA Canberra Dinner
The Co-Presidents of the OWCA, Belinda Danks-Woodley (OW2004)and Jack Ayerbe (OW1963), invite you to join Dr Helen Drennen AM,Principal of Wesley College, for a special dinner celebrating her15 years...
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Leaders Series Keynote with Andrew Westacott
Event - Tue 26 June 2018
Leaders Series Keynote with Andrew Westacott
This year the OWCA presents its inaugural Business Networking keynote address and proudly announce our guest speaker, Andrew Westacott (OW1982), CEO of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation. Join...
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GW Class of 2003 15 Year Reunion
Event - Fri 27 July 2018
GW Class of 2003 15 Year Reunion
It’s been 15 years since you left Wesley, and this reunion is a great chance to catch up with your friends and relive some Wesley memories. So join us at the Coates Pavilion, Glen Waverley Campus and...
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Video games: The blurry line between passion and addiction
Event - Mon 30 July 2018
Video games: The blurry line between passion and addiction
With 25 years of gaming experience and nearly 15 years of wellbeing and teaching experience, Andrew Kinch’s skill set is primed to tackle this issue by using his intelligent gaming strategies to help...
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Samuel Alexander Lecture
Event - Mon 13 August 2018
Samuel Alexander Lecture
The 2018 Samuel Alexander Lecture will be presented by Dr Alan Finkel AO. Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel reflects on manners and morals for our future companions who might not all be human...
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