Thinking Outside The Square

Be the change you want to see in the world.    Mahatma Gandhi

The Outside the Square series of public talks celebrate local people who think a little differently to create positive change in our community.

Come along. Be inspired.

Talks are held on the last Wednesday of every month:

Wednesday 27 March       Bendigo Outside the Square     Ian McBurney & Fabian Reid
Wednesday 24 April         Music                                    Colin Thompson & Deb Allan
Wednesday 29 May          Community                           Rose Vincent & Nicole Murphy
Wednesday 26 June          Education                            Scott Alterator & Brian Hosking
Wednesday 31 July            Writing & Literature         Larissa Romensky & Sue Gillett
Wednesday 28 August       To be announced soon…
Wednesday 25 September
Wednesday 30 October
Wednesday 27 November

and are held this month (July) at:

7pm for 7:15pm start at the
Old Church on the Hill
Cnr Harkness and Russell Streets, Quarry Hill

Entry by donation (RRP $10)

Supper and tea/coffee provided. Drinks available for purchase.

Here’s a bit of the history behind the talks. Read more about Outside The Square from The Bendigo Advertiser on 8Mar13 and 22Apr13 and 15Jun13.

We’re also looking for like-minded organisations to partner with us to assist us to continue the Outside The Square series in the long term. Details here. If you would like further information, please contact bryley (at) if you fit the bill and she will be in contact with partnership details. Door prizes are also sought in exchange for a tickets or publicity.

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2 Responses to Thinking Outside The Square

  1. riva says:

    Hi there,
    This sounds very interesting but is there somewhere where I can learn more about what each of the talks are about?

    • Hi Riva
      Thanks for your interest. We have a little more information on our Facebook page (

      Look out for our story in The Bendigo Advertiser tomorrow – and watch this space.

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