Monday, August 2nd, 2010 - City of Bayswater
LIFE is either a daring adventure or nothing, as Helen Keller once said.

City of Bayswater Library Services is taking people on a journey this August and September with various speakers giving insights into travel tips, tricks and tourism hotspots.

The free events include:
• WA mountaineer Patrick Hollingworth sharing details of his Mount Everest trek, along with all the trials and triumphs, from midday, August 30, at Morley Library. His climb was the culmination of 10 years’ mountaineering experience that began in the Southern Alps of New Zealand.

• Kings Park master gardener Lyn Williamson will blossom as she speaks about the upcoming Kings Park Wildflower Festival from 10.30am, August 31, at Bayswater Library.

• From 10.30am, September 3, tour guide and travel agent Jim Gill will be on hand at Maylands Library to talk about his experiences and the best way to ensure an enjoyable trip.

Also coming up in August, under the theme The Anatomy of Crime, are these free events:
• International criminal behavioural profiler and crime scene reconstruction analyst John Earley will be at Maylands Library to discuss his occupation on August 6 from 10.30am. People should note explicit crime scenes will be displayed at this event.

• On August 10, author Anna Haebich will be at Bayswater Library from 10.30am to talk about the research behind her book, Murdering Stepmothers, which tells the tale of the last woman to be hanged in WA.

Bayswater Public Library is at 25 King William Street, Bayswater; Gerry Leeuwangh Public Library (Morley branch) is at 7 Dewar Street, Morley, and Maylands Public Library is located on the corner of Guildford Road and Eighth Avenue, Maylands.

For bookings and enquiries, call (08) 9370 1700. Refreshments will be served 20 minutes before each event.

PatrickHollingworth: WA mountaineer Patrick Hollingworth will be at Morley Library on August 30 to talk about his Mount Everest expedition.

wildlflower1: Entry to the Botanic Garden at Kings Park – master gardener Lyn Williamson will be talking about the upcoming wildflower festival at Bayswater Library on August 31 (Picture: Botanic Gardens and Park Authority)

wildlflower2: Pink everlastings, just one of the highlights during the Kings Park Wildflower Festival (Picture: C. Sprogoe)

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City of Bayswater

The City of Bayswater is a local government area in the inner north-eastern suburbs of the West Australian capital city of Perth, about 9km north-east of Perth's CBD, and includes the suburbs of Bayswater, Beford, Embleton, Maylands, Morley and Noranda and parts of Mount Lawley and Dianella. It covers an area of 32.8 square kilometres and has a population of 55,801.

Originally, the Bayswater Road District was created in 1897 and, in 1961, it became a shire before attaining City status in 1983. The City of Bayswater is divided into four wards and represented by 11 councillors with the Mayor elected from among the councillors.

Recent developments in the City of Bayswater include the opening of the Galleria shopping centre in 1994, on the site of the old Boans building that burnt down in 1986. Morley is now the largest commercial district outside of Perth and Fremantle and further growth is expected.
Chris Thomas
P: (08) 9272 0923


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