100 years of Kingston Power House
Canberra Glassworks invites you on a special tour of Canberra’s oldest public building, Kingston Power House which turns 100 years old in 2015. Designed by John Smith Murdoch, this building
was the heartbeat of Canberra in its early years. It powered the development of this built city, housed its telecommunications system and provided employment for many people across the region.
Canberrans enjoyed the spoils of the boiler which warmed the nearby swimming hole in the Molongolo River and set their lives by the whistle daily. This FREE tour will take visitors through the building, exposing some of its historic features and some creative contemporary glass additions.
Dates: Every Saturday
Bookings: Required, please contact 6260 7005 (Wed-Sun), or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Glass 2015: Winter Glass Market
4 – 11pm Saturday 20 June 2015
Free Entry/ Market Stalls/ Live Music/ Hot Glass/ Silent Auction/ Lucky Dip/ Winter Glow Garden/Make Your Own/ Hot Food/Cool Drinks/ Lucky Door Prizes and much more.
This inaugural event will feature a range of spectacular hand-crafted glass for sale from nationally renowned artists, many of whom live locally. There will be market stalls, live music, a lighting installation, winter glow garden, silent auction, lucky dip and door prizes. You can participate in interactive glass making workshop s with professional artists and see live glass blowing in the Hotshop or in the traditional way from a wood fired glass furnace outdoors.
For more information visit the events page; www.canberraglassworks.com/visit/glass-2015-winter-glass-market