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All events are FREE!

17 - 26 Sept

2019

writing the C e l e b ra t i n g L G B T I Q w r i t e r s a n d r e a d e r s

REALM Ringwood Town Square 179 Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood


October is Senior’s Month!


GAMBLING

HARM Forum Wednesday 23 October 9am - 11am

At Karralyka Centre Mines Rd, Ringwood

FREE EVENT

What does gambling harm look like? What can we do to address it in our communities? Join Tim Costello, the Chair of Alliance for Gambling Reform and Kate Sommerville, who has lived experience of gambling addiction, to hear about the impact of gambling on our society. The forum will focus on what strategies, promotion and activities can be delivered more effectively and sustainably through partnerships to reduce the impact of gambling on our communities.

Bookings essential 9800 6448 or online events.yourlibrary.com.au


HOW TO KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE ONLINE Each event will include: Presentations by The Cyber Safety Project and Community Organizations for parents A workshop for children aged 5-12 years of age for parents booked into the presentations All events 5:30-8pm FREE food and drinks FREE prizes, giveaways and resources TUESDAY

To register, visit our Facebook page - facebook.com/InspiroCHS/

22ND OCTOBER MOOROOLBARK COMMUNITY CENTRE

WEDNESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER YARRA JUNCTION

Parents said: "Really great forum- Thanks for educating us on how to keep our kids safe"

FAMILY CENTRE

FREE EVENTS

"Fantastic- A great combination of speakers" "Amazing to have the kids entertained"


TECH 101

Be Connected: Apple & Android phones for beginners


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My Brilliant Divorce

Stardust/ The Mission DOUBLE BILL

Yarra Ranges Regional Museum Sat 7 Sep 2019 – Sun 26 Jan 2020, 10am – 4pm daily except public holidays

Mooroolbark Community Centre Fri 13 Sep 2pm Burrinja Cultural Centre Sat 5 Oct 8pm

The Memo, Healesville Sat 14 Sep 7.30pm

An exhibition of original illustrations from the world-renowned author and illustrator of the Hairy Maclary and Friends™ book series.

This radiantly witty play follows the warm, personal account of Angela, dumped by her husband for a younger model. The achingly funny story explores strength, self-discovery and the unconquerable female spirit.

Markiyan & Oksana Melnychenko: Musical Journeys

Karin Schaupp in Recital

Don’t Shoot Me, I’m STILL only the Piano Player!

The Memo, Healesville Sun 6 Oct 2pm Pre-concert talk 1pm

Montrose Town Centre Sat 9 Nov 8pm

Arts Centre, Warburton Sun 24 Nov 2pm

In a rare, solo concert from Melbourne Recital Centre, Aria winner Karin Schaupp flawlessly performs classical guitar. A master of the romantic guitar, delicate precision and a passionate delivery is at the heart of her performance.

Pianist/comedian David Scheel has made a speciality out of making fun of music, both classical and not-so-classical.

STORY

Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy p. 2 © Lynley Dodd, 1983. Reproduced courtesy of the artist and Penguin Random House New Zealand.

Ukranian-Australian mother-son duo Markiyan and Oksana Melnychenko have a shared devotion to performing great violin and piano masterpieces.

BOOKINGS 1300 368 333 culturetracks.info

This rich theatre experience offers two plays about love, music, war and all the things people leave behind… Starring multi-award winning ABC presenter and performer, Joel Carnegie, and award winning actor, Tom Molyneux.


StressLess

And look after your mental wellbeing Wednesday 9 October 7pm to 9pm Karralyka Mines Road, Ringwood East

Image by Matthew Johnstone

Free community event

Join author, illustrator and presenter, Matthew Johnstone, to explore:

• proven methods to reduce stress

• tips on how to manage anxiety

• understanding mindfulness

• how to lift your mood.

You will also have the opportunity to speak with local service providers including an animal therapy specialist and a variety of healthy lifestyle providers.

Book online by Monday 2 October www.maroondah.vic.gov.au/StressLess


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35 TALKS EVENTS PERFORMANCES

1 – 29 September 2019

knox.vic.gov.au/immerse


Image credit: Denise Hibbs


SPRING 2019 Activities for young people aged 12-17 who live, work or study in the Yarra Ranges

Insect Robots

Hedgend Maze

$5

Sailing

$10

$10

Yarra Ranges Tech School, Lilydale

Hedgend Maze Healesville

Lillydale Lake, Lilydale

Mon 23 Sept - 10.30am to 3.00pm

Wed 25 Sept - 10.30am to 2.30pm

Thurs 26 Sept - 10.30am to 2.30pm

Design and build an insect robot that can self-navigate through a network of pipes.

An outdoor space with lots of different attractions. Find your way through a huge maze or hit the field for a game of Frisbee golf or laser skirmish.

Ahoy there sailor! Sail a boat, learn how to navigate, balance and use the wind to sail around Lillydale Lake.

Cook it Forward

Soy Candles &

Technology & Farming

Community Casseroles

Jewellery workshop

$15

$5

$5 Yarra Ranges Tech School, Lilydale

Upwey Baptist Church, Upwey

Monbulk Living & Learning Centre, Monbulk

Mon 30 Sept - 10.30am to 3.00pm

Thurs 3 Oct - 10.30am to 3.00pm

Fri 4 Oct - 2.00pm to 4.00pm

Welcome to the future where you’ll use sensors and cloud computing to monitor and help plants grow.

Be part of a big cook up!! Learn hospitality skills and cook delicious meals, which are then delivered to support people in the community.

Learn how to make soy candles and jewellery and take them home as gifts.

Bookings: yarraranges.vic.gov.au/yhp Please note bookings deadline 16 September

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Enquiries: 1300 368 333 | youth@yarraranges.vic.gov.au We are committed to ensuring our activities are as accessible and inclusive as possible. Call us to enquire.


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