We are pleased to announce VIEW's 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Celebrations will be held in Sydney on Thursday 23 July 2020.
You are invited to come and join in the fun and celebrations….
Two exciting events have been planned for Thursday 23 July 2020, both to be held at Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC), in the CBD.
- Delightful “Diamond Jubilee” High Tea during the day
- Glamorous “All that Sparkles” Gala Dinner in the evening
Choose one of these events or come to both, it’s up to you.
Thursday 23 July 2020
"Diamond Jubilee” High Tea - $90
Time: 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Location: Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC) - Banquet Hall, free seating
This event will celebrate the wonderful achievements of thousands of VIEW women over the past 60 years!
A memorable High Tea will set the scene for the first of the exceptional Sydney 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee celebrations. “Cavalcade of Fashion” will display a mix of day and evening wear from the 1960’s… so come and enjoy a walk down memory lane.
Hear from Dr Lisa O’Brien, paying tribute and reflecting on VIEW Clubs’ incredible support to The Smith Family through the decades. Our special guest will be Ita Buttrose AC, OBE, journalist, businesswoman, author and current chair of ABC board, an inspiring Australian woman who has given so much to the community over so many years.
Day Event includes: a special guest, entertainment and a review of the past 60 years of VIEW Clubs of Australia including hearing from a Learning for Life student and a few surprises..!
Price includes High Tea with a glass of bubbles
“All that Sparkles” Gala Dinner - $150
Time: 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC) - Banquet Hall, allocated seating
This will be a spectacular evening of entertainment with plenty of surprises and will be a fitting end to our Sydney 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Come and celebrate VIEW’s history through the decades. Be entertained by talented performers while catching up with VIEW Club members to reminisce and celebrate “60 years of Strength and Support”.
Evening Event includes: special guests, entertainment, VIEW through decades, a Learning for Life alumni and a few special surprises.
Price includes a two course meal with a glass of bubbles on arrival and drinks through the evening
How to Book
Sydney 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee registrations are to be made through OzAccom+. A registration fee of $25 for members and non-members applies to every registration.
Clubs may choose to book together or members may book individually, as long as there is a unique registration form for each attendee. Club Booking Coordinators are advised to photocopy all information for each member registering, and send a club cheque along with Club Registrations to OzAccom+.
To download the Registration Booklet please click here.
To download the Registration Form please click here.
To book online please go to https://events.ozaccom.com.au/view-60th-anniversary-event/registration
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About Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC)
Situated on the corner of Castlereagh and Goulburn Streets, Sydney (entry through Castlereagh Street). Enjoy the convenience of Sydney’s bustling CBD on SMC’s doorstep.
Regarded as one of Sydney’s most architecturally significant buildings and a prime example of the Brutalist style, designed by Joseland Gilling. SMC is one of Australia’s premiere event
SMC is a short walk from Museum Train Station and easily accessible from Central Station.