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Heyfield Community Resource Centre Term 2 Program April 18 - June 30

5 George Street Heyfield, VIC 3858 5148 2100 Mon to Fri 8.30am to 4.30pm www.heyfield.net


Welcome to term 2! What’s new this term

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Short courses 4 - 7 First Aid, metal health and more

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Cooking classes 10 Biggest Morning Tea

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Music - guitar, drums,

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Creative Craft 13-14 Garden Club itinerary

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Health, wellbeing & exercise

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Local Neighbourhood Houses

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Mind and spirit

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Community groups 21 Our services & Men’s Shed

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All courses are run from the Heyfield Community Resource Centre unless specified. Contact us: Heyfield Community Resource Centre 5 George Street, (PO Box 201) Heyfield. VIC 3858 Ph: 03 5148 2100 heyfield.net facebook/hcrc3858 on instagram @heyfieldcommunity via email coordinator@heyfield.net ABN 19707886634 Page 2


Highlights this term

Make a Dream Catcher Come along and have some fun with colours, textures and design to create a beautiful dream catcher to take home. Tuesday 6th June, 10am to 12pm. See page 13

Blacksmith workshop

A unique chance to spend one on one time with local Blacksmith, Denise and make a hand-forged fire poker. 1 hour time slots available from 10am, Wednesday 24th May. See page 13

Hands on horticulture A hands on course that familiarises students with the horticulture industry and teaches a range of skills for future opportunities. Runs over 5 Thursdays from 25th May. See page 4

Artisan bread making

Heyfield baker, Brad, shares his expert tips on how to make the perfect loaf of artisan bread. Wednesday 31st May, 9am to lunchtime. $15 per person. See page 10 Page 3


Learn Local short courses

Learn Local organisations offer a range of training programs designed to meet adult learning needs. HCRC is the registered Learn Local in our community that can help people return to study, improve reading, writing and maths skills, gain a qualification, get a job or learn something new. Get started with a pre-accredited program These programs are designed to help learners gain the confidence and skills needed to look for a job or go on to further study. They include courses in communication, job search skills, getting ready to go back to work and literacy and numeracy. To deliver pre-accredited training, an organisation must be registered with the Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board. The quality and structure of all pre-accredited programs is regularly reviewed by the ACFE Board.

Hands on horticulture If you’re looking to get started in the horticulture industry or just brush up on practical gardening skills then this short course is for you. • Identify common garden plants, pests and diseases • Propagation techniques • Customer service • Plant care and garden maintenance • Computer basics This is a 5 day course running for 5 Thursdays between 25th May and 22nd June. Bookings essential. $80 per person. Book on 5148 2100. Page 4


Taking the next step - intermediate computers Are you ready to take your basic computer knowledge to the next level? • Managing finances in Excel spreadsheets • Using multimedia safely to communicate and market ideas • Creating online communities, developing business plans and more. Duration: This course takes 3 consecutive Wednesdays to complete. We will be running the course on Wednesdays from 9am to 3pm during Term 2. Bookings essential. $80 per person. Book on 5148 2100.

TIPS - Training Information Pathways Service at HCRC Free, supportive, no fuss and no stress! Drop in and talk to our TIPS team about finding your future pathway into further study or work. We’ll put you in touch with the local services you need. Use our resources and tools to get you started on a pathway to your preferred future in employment, training or learning. Local information for local people and TIPS for your future!

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Certificate III Early Childhood Education & Care CHC30113 This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of early childhood education settings who work within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard. This qualification could lead to employment in the early childhood education and care industry including as an early childhood educator, playgroup supervisor, family day care worker, nanny, mobile assistant and childhood educator This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace and self-directed learning. Cost: Eligible Students: $200.70* Concession : $100.14* Full Fee : $3,500 RTO code 21837 26 x 6.5hr classroom sessions plus 120hrs of workplace experience.

These Certificate courses are being offered as an expression of interest to be held at the following locations: Heyfield Community Resource Centre 5 George St, Heyfield, 3858. Ph: 5148 2100 OR Maffra Neighbourhood House 48 Kent St Maffra, 3860. Ph: 5147 1487 *Concession rate available to eligible students. Payment plans are available. RTO code 21837

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Certificate IV in Community Services CHC42015 This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of early childhood education settings who work within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard. Employment Pathways: This qualification could lead to employment in the early childhood education and care industry in the following: • Early childhood Educator • Playgroup supervisor • Family Day Care worker • Nanny • Mobile Assistant • Childhood Educator This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace and self-directed learning. This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace experience and self-directed learning. Cost: Eligible Students $200.70* Concession $100.14* Full Fee $3,500 26 classroom sessions of 6.5hrs plus 120hrs of workplace experience.

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Provide First Aid (Level 2) HTLAID003 Also known as Level 2 First Aid, this course is the certificate for the workplace and includes a CPR refresher in the morning session. The certificate is valid for 3 years with CPR needing to be refreshed annually. Emergency Response in Education and Care Setting (early childhood) HTLAID004 can be done as an extension for this course upon request. Friday 5th May, 9am to 4.30pm. $160 per person. Book on 5148 2100. Payment is required at time of booking.

Celebrating Volunteer Week @ HCRC Tues 9 May, 10am - 12pm Morning tea and guest speaker Thurs 11 May, 10am - 12pm - Panel discussion on volunteering More details to come soon....

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Cooking Classes

Kids cooking with Maud Get the kids into the kitchen with a fun afternoon of cooking with Maureen. Honey Joys - Tues. 30th May Hamburgers - Tues. 13th June Both classes run from 3.15pm to 4.15pm $10 per child. Bookings essential on 5148 2100

Artisan bread making with Brad Heyfield baker, Brad, shares his expert tips on how to make the perfect loaf of artisan bread. Make a variety of loaves to take home to friends and family! This course will be held at the Heyfield Bakery. Wednesday 31st May. 9am to lunchtime. $15 per person.

Numbers are limited so book quickly on 5148 2100.

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Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Share a cuppa with a friend for a good cause! • Lucky door prizes • Raffles • Smiles, fun and good company

Tuesday 27th June, from 10am $5 donation supports the Cancer Council Heyfield Community Resource Centre Page 11


Get musical! Drum lessons

Get snappy on the snare, beat the bass and crash those symbols. Look out - drum lessons have landed at the Resource Centre. Ben takes students through the beats in 1/2 hour lessons every Tuesday during Term 2 from May 2nd 1/2 hour sessions available between 3.00pm and 4.30pm. $20 per person. Bookings essential on 5148 2100

Learn to play guitar Unleash your inner muso and get the fingers on the frets! Our guitar teacher, Ben, makes learning a breeze and can cater for all age groups and abilities. Guitar available upon request or bring your own. Every Wednesday during Term 2 from April 26. 1/2 hour sessions available between 3.30pm and 5.30pm. $20 per person. Bookings essential on 5148 2100

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Creative crafts

Making dream catchers

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Indian legend says dream catchers were hung over the bed to assure peaceful dreams. Whether you like the legend of the dreamcatcher or just like the beautiful design as part of your home decor, they are fun and interesting to make. Come along and have some fun, play around with colours, textures and design and create a beautiful dreamcatcher to take home. Tuesday 6th June, 10am to 12pm. $5 per person, all materials supplied. Book on 5148 2100.

Blacksmith workshop - creating a fire poker

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Expert blacksmith, Denise Axelsen, sets up the forge again in Heyfield for one on one classes. Hammer away to create your own unique fire poker. 1 hour time slots available from 10am, Wednesday 24th May. $45 per person, includes one on one class and materials. Bookings essential on 5148 2100

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Happy Hookers crochet group Turn off the TV and turn on the creative juices! Armed with only a crochet hook and some lucious yarn you can hook to your hearts content. No experience necessary and all ages and stages welcome. Every Wednesday night from 7pm to 9pm. $2 per session. See you there!

Creating art and mingling A general craft group gets together every Tuesday from 10am to 2pm. Bring your own craft project to make. Mingle with other crafty minds for inspiration for your next idea and make new friends. Activities include drawing, zentangles, folk art, knitting, sewing and much more. Every Tuesday during Term 2 from April 18, 10am to 2pm. Page 14


Garden Group If you have a passion for beautiful gardens and getting outdoors then join our Garden Group for a day out. April 10th - Warrawee Gardens, Beaconsfield May 8th - Rae Carmichael, Glengarry North June 12th - Fitzroy Gardens and Conservatory, Melbourne July 10th - ABC garden show broadcast with Nancy, Wetlands August 14th - Lyn Shelton, Maffra September 11th - Jane McInness’ garden, Denison October 9th - Orchids in Heyfield November 13th - Jill Taylor’s garden, Longford December 11th - Christmas break up Prices vary per trip. Meet at the Heyfield Resource Centre at 10am. For bus trips we meet at 9.30am. For more information contact us on 5148 2100

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Yoga 4 Kids! Kids yoga enhances flexibility, coordination, body awareness and self-esteem. It also helps concentration, a sense of calmness and improves relaxation. Come and have lots of fun!! Every Thursday during Term 2 from 20th April 3.30pm to 4.15pm. $5 per child. Book on 5148 2100

Yoga in the mornings Yogas ultimate gift is the ease, balance and inner peace that helps us to see into the very heart of life. Carol takes a gentle and intuitive approach to teaching yoga to strengthen your inner and outer self. Every Thursday, 9.15am to 10.15am. Heyfield RSL Hall, $11 per person or $10 concession. See you there!

Line dancing Want to exercise without boredom? Do you enjoy getting fit while having fun? Like to get out and meet new friends and enjoy music? Then give line dancing a go with Vi Hooker! Suitable for all ages and you don’t need a partner. Beginners welcome. Every Thursday beginning Term 2 from 20th April, 9.30am to 12.30pm, Heyfield Scout Hall $10 per person. See you there! Page 16


Tai Chi for arthritis Increase flexibility and muscle strength whilst improving fitness, the Qi flow, mind focus and learn fall prevention movements with Tai Chi for arthritis by Dr Paul Lam. Every Thursday, 11.30am to 12.15pm, Heyfield RSL Hall $7 per person or $6 concession. See you there!

Exercise - aging with attitude A specific circuit style class for the over 50s focussing on improving strength, flexibility and balance with Kim. Includes functional exercises to assist in day to day living. Every Tuesday beginning Term 2 from 18th April, 9am to 10am, Heyfield Memorial Hall $10 per session - no experience necessary. See you there!

Sacred/circle dance A gentle and healing way to bring mind, body and spirit together with this ancient form of dance. Relieve daily stress, release creative energy and centre yourself whilst moving the body to a wide range of traditional and contemporary music. Every Tuesday beginning Term 2 from 18th April, 2pm to 3pm, Heyfield RSL Hall $5 per person. See you there! Page 17


Community lunches every Wednesday Every Wednesday, our volunteers prepare a fresh, healthy lunch - and everyone’s invited! It’s a wonderful opportunity to get out and meet other people from the community or catch up with friends each week. All ages welcome. Lunch is served from 12pm for a $5 donation. Every Wednesday during Term 2 from 19th April.

Hoofers walking club Come along and join the Hoofers. Enjoy friendship and exercise through the outer areas of Heyfield as you walk. Every Thursday beginning Term 2 from 20th April from 10am. Meet at the Heyfield Community Resource Centre. See you there!

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Make the most of your local Neighbourhood Houses Maffra Neighbourhood House 48 Kent Street, Maffra 5147 1487 FINDING YOUR HAPPINESS Do you feel like you need a bit more happiness in your life? Maybe you are just going through the motions and have lost that little spark? Did you know that happiness is contagious, and that by increasing your own happiness the people close by to you are more likely to be happy? In this 2 hour workshop learn how to apply simple, scientifically proven ways to increase your happiness. WHEN: Thursday 18th May. TIME: 10am to 12pm. COST: $25 per person

Briagolong Community House 9/11 Avon Street, Briagolong 5145 5425 iPAD ART - an exploratory workshop Demonstrations, discussion, pencil drawing on paper and on the iPad using traditional drawing skills. Art Set Pro will need to be installed so ring 5145 5425 for details. WHEN: Tuesday 20th June TIME: 12.45pm to 3.45pm COST: $20 per person

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Mind and spirit -

Medium Clairvoyant Deborah is a Medium Clairvoyant who channels messages from loved ones, family, friends and at times even your departed pets. By communicating with spirit Deborah brings proof of survival, comfort, healing and guidance in her own unique way. Private, 1 hour appointments available between 11am to 4.30pm. $130 per session. Bookings essential on 5148 2100. Call for dates.

Having trouble with your computer, smashed your smart phone screen or need software installed? Tom Crosbie is your man to help. Drop in and see him at the Resource Centre or call him on 0455 803 124 Page 20


Heyfield and District Historical Society The Heyfield and Districts Historical Society formed in 2002. New members are most welcome – all you need is an interest in collecting, preserving and sharing aspects of the history of the Heyfield area. Membership is $10 per year.

Meet 1st Tuesday of the month at 1.30pm at the new Museum. For more information phone Louise 5148 2093 or Phyl 5148 2511

Family History Group We have access to ancestry.com for all members and a substantial library of books, assisted shipping records (18441896), cemetery lists and more. Members can also help visitors to carry out research. ($5 for non-members). Meet on the 3rd Friday of each month at 9.30am at the Heyfield Community Resource Centre More information email heyfieldfamilyhistory@gmail.com

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Our services

Green machine Our Green Machine is here to keep your garden in tip-top shape. • Mowing and edging • Pruning and weeding • Quality garden maintenance at a very competitive price. Available Monday to Friday. From $40 (seniors discount applies). Phone us on 5148 2100 to make an appointment.

Childcare A fun place for your kids to spend some time away from home. We have qualified staff to offer heaps of fun activities to suit a range of age groups during the school term. Monday and Wednesday - 3’s Group (ages 3 and up) Tuesday and Thursday - Occasional Care, ages 6 months and up. Feel free to drop in the Centre and ask to have a look around the childcare facilities and meet our staff. Page 22


Heyfield & District News Keep up to date on local news, activities and sport results - all for just 50c a copy! Online Connecting local businesses with the colour local community through competitive subscriptio advertising n $25 a yea Send in your contributions and tell your r story to support your local publication. Distributed through local business and available to download on heyfield.net with an annual subscription at $25 per year. For more information contact the Resource Centre.

Men’s Shed The ultimate Man Cave! Spend time in a relaxed atmosphere and good company whilst working on projects and building new skills. Pop in for a visit and ask about becoming a member. Our Men’s Shed team are also available to design and build special projects for you or your community. Open every Wednesday and Thursday from 8.30am to 3pm. Phone us for more information on 5148 2100 Page 23


Encore Theatre trips

Regent Theatre Wed 19 Ju ly Tickets $1 10

Princess Theatre Sat 27 Ma y Tickets $1 55

Book now - 5148 2100


Heyfield Community Resource Centre term 2 program  

There is plenty of exciting and informative things happening at HCRC this term. From blacksmithing and breadmaking to circle dancing and com...

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