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WHITEHORSE NEWS • February 2019

Whitehorse Centre Season 2019 Read all about the exciting new season of theatre, music, circus and children's shows.

Australia Day Awards

Tree Protections

Rubbish to Resource

Whitehorse Arts Calendar

We celebrate our Civic Award Winners.

Interim tree protections extended.

Our new strategy to tackle waste.

Workshops, shows, courses, exhibitions and more.


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February 2019

Tree Protections Extended Large established trees in Whitehorse will continue to be protected after the Minister for Planning extended interim tree protection controls until 30 June 2019.

Contact us Whitehorse City Council, Locked Bag 2, Nunawading, VIC 3131 customer.service@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Where do the interim controls apply?

whitehorse.vic.gov.au Phone: 9262 6333 Fax: 9262 6490 NRS: 133 677 then quote 9262 6333 Customer service centres

Sustainability

Whitehorse Civic Centre

Whitehorse News is printed on paper manufactured at a PEFC and FSC Certified Paper Mill and is produced using soy based inks.

Forest Hill Chase Shopping Centre Box Hill Town Hall

Council meetings Special Committee Meeting Monday 11 February, 7pm Ordinary Council Meeting Monday 25 February, 7pm These meetings are held in the Council Chamber at Whitehorse Civic Centre. Council meetings are live streamed at webcast. whitehorse.vic.gov.au

The tree protection controls, known as Amendment C191, were introduced in response to concerns from both residents and Council about the removal of trees, in particular “moonscaping” (the total removal of trees from a site before development) which negatively affects the character of the neighbourhood.

Acknowledgement of Country In the spirit of reconciliation, Whitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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The interim planning controls apply to all land included in the Neighbourhood Residential Zone, General Residential Zone, Residential Growth Zone and Low Density Residential Zone that is not already covered by tree controls. How does this affect me? You will require a permit to remove, destroy or lop a tree that: ■■

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has a trunk circumference of greater than 1 metre at 1 metre from the ground and/or a height of five metres or more.

Additionally, a planning permit is required for building and works (including a front fence) that is within 4 metres of any tree protected under Amendment C191.

A permit is not required to remove a tree that is dead, dying or dangerous. Please contact Council to determine if a tree is dead, dying or dangerous.

Interim tree protection controls extended until 30 June 2019.

How will this affect new development? All development must comply with the overlay, which means that careful design and planning will be necessary to make sure that development either retains trees that are protected or provides justification for their removal and allows enough space to plant new trees. More information 9262 6303 www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/ Amendment-C191.html

Rubbish to Resource: Our New Waste Management Strategy Developed with help from you. Adopted in December 2018. Throughout 2018 Council declared war on waste and invited you along on the journey. Your contributions helped guide our focus as we developed our new waste management strategy, highlighting issues such as food waste, waste avoidance, litter, dumped rubbish and knowing how to recycle the right way. From this initial consultation, our community was invited to help make improvements to our draft waste management strategy. We took on many of your suggestions and in December 2018, Council adopted the new 10 year strategy called Rubbish to Resource. You can read the strategy and learn more at www.oursay.org/yoursayonwaste

Rates due For ratepayers paying their 2018/2019 rates in full: Full payment is due Friday 15 February. For ratepayers paying their 2018/19 rates by instalments: The third instalment is due on Thursday 28 February.

For payment options, visit: www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/Rates-Valuations.html More information 9262 6333


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Australia Day Civic Awards Congratulations to the Australia Day Civic Award winners who were presented with their awards at a ceremony on Australia Day.

Citizen of the Year – Trevor Eddy Trevor has made an outstanding contribution to the City of Whitehorse over many years.

Trevor established new association rules, a customer charter and risk management framework for Greenlink.

He has been a member of the Burke and Beyond Association, playing a major role in establishing good governance and strategy.

He has also provided fundraising, consultancy and advice support to Vermont Lions Club, Box Hill Rotary Club, Nunawading Rotary Club and Mitcham RSL (now closed). Congratulations Trevor!

Trevor has also been a member of Greenlink Box Hill (a community nursery), acting as treasurer and public officer since 2012.

Image: Trevor Eddy with Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Bill Bennett

Young Citizen of the Year – Alexandra Forman Alexandra was a Year 12 student at Koonung Secondary College in 2018.

Community Achievement Awards Minna Johnson

Dr Gary Presland

Minna established the Blackburn Calisthenics Club in 1963.

Since joining the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria in 2002, Dr Presland has held a number of volunteer positions and has been instrumental in raising the profile of the club and strengthening its long-term financial standing.

Since that time, she has nurtured the calisthenics careers of more than 2000 young women and has also inspired many to pursue coaching careers. It is not surprising that Minna's vision and many years of dedication to the sport of calisthenics has now seen the Blackburn Calisthenics Club classed as an A Championship Reserve Level Club. In state competitions held in 2018, the club won 11 out of 18 aggregates and achieved four runners up. A great achievement. Brian Ross-Soden Brian’s volunteer work within the City of Whitehorse is extensive and covers many roles and organisations over many years. He is currently secretary of the Maroondah Group of Bail Justices and has been a Bail Justice since 1990 and a member of the Heatherdale Community Action Group since 2003.

Dr Presland has also been a member of the Box Hill Historical Society since 1993, having served time as secretary, newsletter editor and is currently president. Barbara Sommers In 1965 Barbara joined the Nunawading 1 CAE Book Club and today remains as the only original member and continues as secretary. Barbara joined U3A Nunawading in 2001, following her retirement from teaching and has participated in many classes including art appreciation, history, philosophy, finance, global warming and climate change. Barbara is also currently a member of the Vermont South Ladies Probus Club.

She was dux of a range of academic subjects, is a member of the Monash Scholar Class for high achieving students, fundraises as a member of the Mont Albert and Surrey Hills Rotary Club and received the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award for serving others.

Alexandra also received the Australian Defence Force Long Tan Award for strong leadership and teamwork skills. Alexandra is a highly proficient musician, able to play saxophone, piano, clarinet and guitar and has won the Koonung Music Program Award for Leadership and Musical Talent. An amazing effort! Australia Day Trophy Emmaus St Leo’s Old Collegians Football Club This small senior football club consists of 130 playing members including an inaugural women’s side. The club makes a positive contribution to the wider Whitehorse community through its various community initiatives. Some of these wonderful initiatives include fundraising for breast cancer research and mental health programs, providing financial assistance to young members and professional mentoring for members. Image: Michael Davis


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Did you know?

Did you know?

Sportlink was officially opened on 7 February 2009.

Sportlink Turns 10! Sportlink Vermont South is Council’s premier multipurpose sports facility, and was officially opened 10 years ago this month. As well as being the home of the Whitehorse Netball Association, Sportlink hosts a diverse range of sports competitions and recreation programs for all ages and abilities. There is barely ever a quiet moment at Sportlink, with the four indoor courts regularly used for netball, basketball, futsal, badminton and volleyball. The grand opening featured a Welcome to Country and leaf burning ceremony by a local Indigenous elder, a netball demonstration and a tree planting ceremony to honour the sister city relationship between the City of Whitehorse and Matsudo, Japan. More information or to get invovled www.sportlink.org.au

Whitehorse Netball Association has experienced amazing growth since Sportlink opened, now boasting 18 member clubs made up of over 280 teams, as well as 17 representative teams – which equates to approximately 115,000 player visits per year!

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Sportlink has an estimated 400,000 visitors per year.

Sport for Everyone There are so many ways to get active at Sportlink: Adults

Sportlink is proud to regularly welcome these local groups:

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Whitehorse Netball Association

Blackburn Vikings Basketball Association Eastern Recreation Leisure Services (ERLS) Emmaus College, Waverley Christian College, Special Schools Sports Network, Girls Sport Victoria, Huntingtower School, Nunawading Christian College and Kingswood College

Did you know? Sportlink was built with sustainability in mind: 5 kilowatt solar power system feeds into the grid

Melanie, Abby and Amelia – Whitehorse Netball Association.

Rain water collection

Digitally controlled mechanical services and lighting

Above back row: Cody (Kelly Sports Holiday Program), Brody (Futsal Super 5’s Indoor Soccer), Alex (Velocity Posse’ Run Club), Matt (Whitehorse Netball Association General Manager). Middle row: Mark (table tennis), Abby (Whitehorse Netball Association), Cr Raylene Carr, Cr Bill Bennett (Whitehorse Mayor), Amelia (Whitehorse Netball Association), Tilak (Futsal Super 5’s Indoor Soccer), Tony (Sportlink Facility Coordinator). Front row: Melanie (Whitehorse Netball Association), Jordan (table tennis).


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How Would You Like To Hear From Us? Council wants your help to make sure we are communicating effectively about our annual budget. Until 1 March, anyone who lives, works or plays in the City of Whitehorse can respond to a short survey to ensure we are keeping you informed in the ways that suit you. The survey is available from www.oursay.org/whitehorsecitycouncil and hard copies are available from Council’s Customer Service Centres. 2017 Winner Institutional Project: Forest Hill Police Station

Photo: Peter Bennetts

The draft budget will be presented for consultation in the coming months and considered by Council by the end of June.

Built Environment Awards – Nominations Now Open The Built Environment Awards are a biennial event that celebrate good design and creative thinking in the built environment. Community members, industry professionals and property owners are invited to nominate any project they believe enhances Whitehorse’s neighbourhood character.

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Below: 2017 Winner Single House Project: Earnshaw & Associates House

Have you walked around your local streets and noticed a well-designed project that makes a great contribution to the look and feel of your neighbourhood? Simply send us the address and we will do the rest to make sure it gets nominated! Visit: www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/Built-EnvironmentAwards.html and use the “Quick Nomination” link.

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Nomination form and more information www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/ Built-Environment-Awards.html 9262 6333 Below: 2017 Winner Commercial or Retail Project: Mister + Miss Cafe. Photo: Sharyn Cairns

Nominations close Friday 15 March.

Community Grants Go Online Council is introducing SmartyGrants, a new online application system, for its annual community grants program. SmartyGrants is an electronic grants submission system that is used by many local Councils and other funding bodies. It will replace the old paperbased application process. Two information sessions will guide you through the new, easy to use SmartyGrants platform. You will also be able to ask general questions about grant project design to help your group maximise your chance of success. SmartyGrants infomation sessions Wednesday 6 March, 1pm and 6pm, Willis Room, Whitehorse Civic Centre, 379 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading. Register at: www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/ Community-Grants.html

Grant applications open 4 March.


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Parenting Information Forums Continue to Support Families

February 2019

February Immunisations Council provides free vaccinations against infectious diseases for children from six weeks to 19 years of age and a limited range of vaccines for eligible adults in accordance with the National Immunisation Program Schedule.

Council is excited to announce the topics for the 2019 Parenting Information Forum Program. 20 March - Transition into Education 16 April - How Do I Talk to My Children about Drugs and Alcohol? 14 May - Effects of Online Gaming on our Children and Youth 18 June - Understanding and Responding to Children’s Behaviour 29 July - Sexuality and Respectful Relationships 6 August - Emotionally Intelligent Parenting 12 September - Parenting Anxious Children 8 October - Body Confident Children and Teens

Topics and guest speakers are carefully selected to reflect a diverse range of parenting approaches. The program achieves great outcomes for families, children and young people and reflects Council’s belief that effective parenting influences a child’s lifelong development and overall wellbeing. Forums will continue to be offered at the very low cost of $2, which is donated to local community organisations each year. More information 9262 6175 parentresource@whitehorse.vic.gov.au www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/Parenting-InformationForum-Program.html

No Jab No Pay For all enquiries regarding legislation please call the Centrelink Families and Parent Line on 13 61 50 Whitehorse Civic Centre (Willis Room) 379 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading 5, 15 and 27 February – 9.15am-10.45am 14 February – 6pm-7.30pm •

Box Hill South Family Centre 1228A Riversdale Road (Rotary Court), Box Hill South

Get the buzz!

Young Person of the Month

Council uses a free app called Flexibuzz to communicate all the latest news on local family events, programs, immunisation, parenting information forums, maternal and child health, Whitehorse Early Learning Centres (WELS), Aqualink’s occasional care and information on parenting youth.

Do you know an outstanding young person who deserves some recognition?

of the Year for 2019, which is announced as part of Council’s Australia Day celebrations.

Nominate them for Council’s Young Person of the Month Award, which celebrates the efforts of local young people and the contributions they make to the community.

Families, teachers, youth service professionals, local schools, universities, community groups and individuals can nominate young achievers. Nominees must be younger than 27 on 26 January 2020.

Download Flexibuzz in your app store, register and then search for Whitehorse City Council and select the categories that relate to you.

Monthly winners receive a JB Hi-Fi voucher and will feature in Whitehorse News. Award winners go into the running to be Whitehorse Young Citizen

For a nomination form 9262 6333 www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/ Young-Person-Award.html

6 and 28 February – 9.15am-10.45am 21 February – 6pm-7.30pm •

Burgess Family Centre 15 Barwon Street, Box Hill North 20 February – 9.15am-10.45am 26 February – 6pm-7.30pm •

Sportlink 2 Hanover Road, Vermont South 8 February – 9.15am-10.45am

More information 9262 6197 www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/ Immunisation.html


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Support for Grandparents Grandparents play an important role in family life, as well as in the wider community. They increasingly help out with school pick-ups and school holiday care, and look after babies and toddlers when parents return to the workforce. Whitehorse has a number of playgroups that welcome grandparents and their grandchildren, as well as three grandparent specific playgroups and one support group: Chinese Grandparents Playgroup

Koonung Cottage Grandparents Playgroup

When: Monday 10am Where: Salvation Army Mitcham Corps, 325 Mitcham Road, Mitcham Further information: 9285 4888 zchang@miceastmelb.com.au eyeung@miceastmelb.com.au

When: Wednesday 9.30am Where: Koonung Cottage Community House, 109 Koonung Road, Blackburn North Further information: 9878 6632 info@koonungcottage.org.au koonungcottage.org.au

The Grand Parenting Group (support group without children) When: Every second Tuesday 9.30am Where: EACH, 14 Silver Grove, Nunawading Further information: 8878 3806 mfearn@each.com.au

One Grandparents Playgroup When: Thursday 10am Where: One Church, 184 Surrey Road, Blackburn Further information: 8878 2500 info@one.org.au or one.org.au

On this month at Whitehorse Manningham Libraries Tabletop Gaming Club Where: Box Hill Library When: Every Wednesday, 4pm-7pm Age: Aimed at young people aged 15+

Mandarin Storytime Where: Box Hill Library When: Every second Tuesday (from 12 February), 10.30am-11.15am Age: 0-5 years

Library Lovers Day - Love Letters to Libraries Where: All branches When: 14 February

Chuck Gliders Where: Nunawading Library When: Wednesday 20 February, 4.15pm-5.45pm Age: 8 years + Register online at wml.vic.gov.au

Cruzin' With Your Homework Free homework help is available for young people aged 12-25 years at Box Hill Library. The Whitehorse Homework Support Program, called Cruzin’ Study, gives you access to professional tutors each Thursday during the school term from 4-6pm. The program offers assistance from professional tutors in a range of subjects including English, history, maths, science and humanities. There is also access to computers, Wi-Fi, printing and photocopying, and free snacks to keep the brain cells firing. Cruzin’ Study is open to secondary school students, TAFE and university students who live, work or study in the City of Whitehorse or have a significant connection to the municipality. More information Youth Participation Worker: Jacqueline Piper 9898 9340 Jacqueline.Piper@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

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February 2019

THEATRE

Join us for another fabulous season of entertainment at the Whitehorse Centre.

Two Friday 12 April, 8pm Saturday 13 April, 2pm and 8pm

The Wharf Revue 2019 Thursday 5 December, 8pm Friday 6 December, 8pm Saturday 7 December, 2pm and 8pm

The all-singing, all-dancing, sidesplittingly funny solution to all the world’s problems returns for another year of satirical genius.

The West is crumbling, democracy is besieged and the world is run by morons with funny hair. Stalwart performer Drew Forsythe returns with special triple-threat guests. Everything is ready for a big night of laughter and mayhem!

Sunday in the Park with George Friday 9 August, 7.30pm Saturday 10 August, 1.30pm and 7.30pm

The Sapphires Friday 12 July, 8pm Saturday 13 July, 2pm and 8pm

Four young Aboriginal women who like country music suddenly get the chance to change their tune, their clothes and their lives. Wearing sequins and armed only with microphones they find themselves trying to spread joy in the hell that is the Vietnam War. Inspired by the true story of four Yorta Yorta women, this is a funny, heart-warming musical set against the backdrop of personal change and massive social upheaval.

Inspired by Seurat’s Impressionist painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's inspiring musical brings the past into the present tense, with poignant and painful truths about life, love, the creation of art and the struggle to be seen.

This timeless comedy introduces 14 colourful characters, all skillfully played by Brian Meegan and Kate Raison. Set in the local pub, you’ll meet all the regulars who all have a story to tell. There’s Moth who loves Maud (and every other woman); Mrs Iger with her passion for quiet, strong men; possessive Roy, jealous of anybody who looks at Lesley; and the publicans themselves – a married couple with an unspoken secret. This play captures the essence of what it is like to live in a community.

CIRCUS Circa’s Peepshow Wednesday 27 March, 8pm

Internationally renowned Circa returns to with a show that will turn cabaret on its Peepshow lurches from the thrillingly acro comically playful. Expect teetering towers bodies, extreme bending and devilishly pre

KIDS

Tuesday 9 July Suitable for c 3 – 10 years

The Gospel According to Paul Friday 24 May, 8pm Saturday 25 May, 2pm and 8pm

Jonathan Biggins, one of Australia’s favourite performers, stars as Paul Keating – visionary, reformer and rabble rouser – in this new comedy. Full of intelligence and wit, this is a funny and insightful portrayal of the man that – as he tells it – single-handedly shaped contemporary Australia. L’amante Anglaise Friday 19 July, 8pm Saturday 20 July, 8pm

Spoken in English, this is a classic psychological thriller from one of France’s most renowned authors, Marguerite Duras. A compelling true crime story of a murder in a small town, this is a beautifully poignant and emotionally powerful portrait of lost passion.

Children are

Billionaire Boy Wednesday 17 April, 10am and 12pm Suitable for children 6 – 12 years

Twelve year old Joe and his dad have more money than you could imagine, but what Joe really needs is a friend. David Walliams’ bestselling book comes to life on stage with songs and laughs!

An exciting a winning child comedy by C Tease. The ex talented duo astound with incredible circ will have you your sides hu


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Heart and Music Friday 26 April, 8pm Saturday 27 April, 8pm

Musical theatre stars Simon Gleeson and Natalie O’Donnell share more than just the stage… they share a life and two children. This is an intimate evening of song and storytelling, celebrating the music that has shaped both their careers and lives together.

Lady Beatle

MUSIC Abba-Solutely Fabulous Friday 22 February, 8pm – Sold Out Saturday 23 February, 8pm – Sold Out

Australia’s most loved dancing queen Rhonda Burchmore and the exceptionally talented Lara Mulcahy will delight with their irresistible humour and spectacular singing.

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Friday 20 September, 8pm Saturday 21 September, 8pm

Starring Naomi Price and inspired by true accounts, Lady Beatle is a magical mystery tour soundtracked by The Beatles’ biggest chart toppers, including Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, Eleanor Rigby and Penny Lane.

Jazz and The Silver Screen

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Friday 15 March, 8pm – Sold Out

Quiet, Please! There are Ladies on Stage!

This intimate evening showcases jazz classics and selections from celebrated film scores that started life on the silver screen.

Friday 21 June, 8pm Saturday 22 June, 2pm and 8pm

Bernadette Robinson returns from London’s West End with a sparkling concoction of musical delights, accompanied by amazing musicians in a concert of leading ladies. Best known for her remarkable ability to evoke the voices of famous singers, Bernadette perfectly captures the vulnerability, power and resilience of each of the singers she portrays.

Flute and Harp Tuesday 3 September, 8pm – Sold Out

awarddren’s Circus Trick xtremely o will h their cus skills and u laughing till urt.

One of Mozart’s most loved works, the concerto for flute, harp and orchestra is pure elegance and magic. The Songs of Eva Cassidy Wednesday 13 November, 8pm Thursday 14 November, 8pm

Possum Magic Tuesday 24 September, 10am and 12pm Suitable for children 3 – 8 years

Grandma Poss loves making magic. But one day, when danger arrives in the form of a snake, Grandma uses her most magical spell to make Hush invisible.

Featuring Silvie Paladino, this show is a celebration of one of the great voices of the 20th Century. When Eva Cassidy died at 33, she was unknown outside of Washington, but within two years her albums topped charts around the world. Featuring classic tunes such as Over the Rainbow, Time After Time and Songbird.

Treat yourself and experience a season full of grace only minutes from home.

Tickets, subscriptions and to request a Season 2019 brochure 9262 6555 | www.whitehorsecentre.com.au Rear of 397 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading


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Central Ward

Elgar Ward

Morack Ward

Cr Andrew Munroe 0429 138 140 andrew.munroe@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Tina Liu 0418 121 357 tina.liu@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Bill Bennett (Mayor) 0409 195 530 bill.bennett@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Denise Massoud 0409 230 499 denise.massoud@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Blair Barker 0459 857 280 blair.barker@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Raylene Carr 0400 886 889 raylene.carr@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

By Cr Denise Massoud

By Cr Tina Liu

By Cr Raylene Carr

I am looking forward to many exciting things happening in Central Ward this year.

I hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday season and a good start to 2019.

The redevelopment of the Morton Park Pavilion is exciting and will be a great facility for our residents and club members. As always development does create some disruption but the short term pain will be for long term gain.

I congratulate all the recipients of the Whitehorse Civic Awards, in particular two Elgar Ward residents – Trevor Eddy (awarded Citizen of the Year) and Dr Gary Presland (received the Community Achievement Award). I thank them and the other award recipients for their years of service to the Whitehorse community and commend them on their amazing achievements.

It’s hard to believe we’re already into the second month of the year. It only seems a couple of weeks ago that I had the pleasure of opening Whitehorse Carols. Always a fantastic event enjoyed by many.

Shake at the Lake Our Festival Season is under way and again we will enjoy the Swing Pop Boom! series. The Shake at the Lake event is on Sunday 24 March commencing 2pm at Blackburn Lake Sanctuary. Make a day of it with a walk around our beautiful lake, perhaps a picnic lunch and then some great entertainment. I hope to see you there. Our Dedicated Volunteers Vale to Les Smith OAM who sadly passed away just before Christmas. Les is noted for his volunteering at Environment Victoria and Blackburn Tree Preservation Society (1960-2018). He worked tirelessly to preserve bush remnants in Whitehorse. See www.environmentvictoria.org.au/actionstory/les-smith/ to learn more about the life and commitment of Les. His outstanding contribution will remain with our community always. I also want to acknowledge Mary Crouch, a member of Blackburn Creeklands Advisory Committee (over 20 years) and Blackburn and District Tree Preservation Society (over eight years), who recently moved away due to family reasons. Her love for this community and its bushland areas was evidenced by her activity almost daily. She was a valued friend and team worker among our parkland volunteers particularly. Above: Mary Crouch.

Other Highlights It was an honour to officially open our new Rowland Street Park in Mont Albert. Community members, residents and the family of the former residents/owners were also in attendance. Rowland Street Park is one of many former residential sites that Council has acquired to turn into public open space/parks. We continue to look into further open space opportunities for our community. I attended the Quilt Program, hosted by Box Hill Rugby Club, Melbourne Rebels and Victorian Rugby Union. The inaugural program looks at increasing understanding and raising awareness around domestic violence and gender equality, starting from the grassroots. I commend all those involved and also other sporting/community groups for taking the lead on such issues. You may have also noticed the new solar-powered smart bins in Box Hill Mall and the recent footpath crossover improvements around central Box Hill. As a leader and supporter of these initiatives, I will continue to advocate for a more sustainable and universally accessible Whitehorse.

I hope you managed to spend some time with family and friends over the Christmas/New Year period and that 2019 exceeds your expectations. Sportlink My congratulations this month must go to Sportlink Vermont South on reaching their 10 year anniversary. I remember being at the opening on a scorching February day which turned out to be the very tragic Black Saturday. Sportlink boasts four indoor and four outdoor courts catering for competition and training in netball, basketball, volleyball, futsal, badminton and table tennis. Sincere thanks to participants, spectators and staff who have all contributed to making Sportlink such a successful community sporting complex. Australia Day I hope you managed a great Australia Day with family and friends. Maybe you enjoyed a delicious BBQ or perhaps you joined in the fabulous entertainment at the Whitehorse Civic Centre? My day began with the Lions Club of South Vermont Australia Day breakfast and continued by warmly welcoming new citizens to this wonderful City. Congratulations to all the outstanding Whitehorse Civic Award Winners. The crowning finale of the day was the spectacular 10 minute fireworks display which captivated all in attendance. I am always mindful that our dogs need to be protected at these times and so I hope you remembered to keep your dog safe and secure. Until next time.

Lunar New Year February also marks the start of the Lunar New Year. I had the pleasure of attending the annual Lunar New Year Festival celebrations in Box Hill. I wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous Year of the Pig. All the best and until next time, Tina Above: Cr Liu at the opening of Rowland Street Park.

Above: Whitehorse Mayor Cr Bennett, Cr Carr and Neil Angus MP at the Lions Club of South Vermont Australia Day breakfast.


The views expressed are those of individual Councillors and do not necessarily reflect Council policy or the views of Council as a whole. Riversdale Ward

Springfield Ward

Cr Sharon Ellis 0419 397 194 sharon.ellis@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Ben Stennett 0448 375 937 ben.stennett@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Andrew Davenport 0407 652 145 andrew.davenport@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Cr Prue Cutts 0409 867 540 prue.cutts@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

Community Briefs Twenty good reasons to join the Whitehorse Film Society And every one of them is a good film! A warm welcome is extended to people who would like to view quality films in comfortable surroundings and who would like to meet people with similar interests.

By Cr Andrew Davenport

By Cr Ben Stennett

Before Christmas, Council learned that the Minister for Planning had extended the interim tree controls within the City of Whitehorse until the end of June 2019 while council completes strategic work on the controls.

A significant day on the calendar, the Australia Day Concert and Fireworks in Whitehorse are always popular, held in Nunawading at the Civic Centre.

The Whitehorse Film Society meets twice a month on Saturday nights at the Willis Room, Whitehorse Civic Centre, 379 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading. Screenings start at 7.45pm.

Many residents have contacted me with their feedback on the interim controls and I will continue to advocate for the best outcome.

Earlier in the afternoon, Council also held a Citizenship Ceremony and awarded Civic Awards to a number of our residents for their achievements in the community.

Cost of membership is $55 for the season.

Tennis in Whitehorse

Heatherdale Reserve Mountain Bike Skills Loop

During the Australian Open, I purchased ground passes and participated in many activities with my family. I learned that February is Melbourne Tennis Month, where the community is encouraged to participate in Tennis activities post the Australian Open. Locally, if you would like to participate in activities, please contact a local club which is listed on Council’s website, at www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/CommunityDirectory.html?page=1&search=1&c=74&n=Tennis

I am pleased that Council completed the Mountain Bike Skills Loop project recently. This was a project that was initiated by a group of young people in the community, who approached Council with the idea. There has been lots of very positive feedback, and I am pleased the new track is being used by many people in the community. I even had a test of the new track myself!

Cycling in January During January, I took the time to ride a number of bike paths that run through Whitehorse. One path I completed was the Gardiners Creek bike path which joins the Main Yarra trail and ends in the City. It was a pleasant ride, and from Burwood to the City is about 34km return (3 hours for me). Trails are kept in really good condition and riding is quite often next to rivers. Australia Day I hope you enjoyed the Australia Day long weekend. I enjoyed attending the Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony and Concert hosted by Whitehorse City Council. Congratulations to all winners of the Whitehorse Civic Awards. Chinese New Year On 2 February the Asian Business Association of Whitehorse hosted a Chinese New Year Festival to celebrate the Year of the Pig. Central Box Hill was filled with food, music and traditional performances during the 12 hour event. 2019/2020 Budget Council is now in the process of preparing the 2019/2020 Budget, and part of this process is identification of projects within the City which could be implemented to benefit the community, or changes of services which better respond to the changing community demographics. If you have any comments on this, please let me know.

Gray Reserve, Nunawading Council is currently upgrading the play space at Gray Reserve, Nunawading. The funds for the project were allocated in the 2018/19 adopted budget, and I look forward to the work being completed soon. 2019/2020 Council Budget Council is developing the Proposed 2019/2020 Budget in consultation with the community. In April, Council will meet to resolve to release the proposed budget to the community for their consideration for about a month, before meeting again to consider the budget in June. I welcome any feedback or suggestions you might have during this process. 1 Orient Avenue, Mitcham Late last year Council refused an application for a chid care centre at 1 Orient Avenue, Mitcham. The applicant has appealed this decision to VCAT. The hearing date will be later this year, in June. Both Councillor Cutts and I supported the refusal, and although child care facilities may be needed in the area, this location is inappropriate for such a use.

The first film is The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society on 2 February, followed by The Country Doctor on 16 February. Upcoming screenings for the first half of the year: ■■

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Breath on 1 June

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Foxtrot on 15 June

Benefits of membership include a monthly newsletter, a free supper, an opportunity to discuss each movie and free loans from a DVD library. More information Pat - 9877 1474 Laurie - 9800 1825 www.whitehorse.filmsociety.org.au

Clean Up Australia Day – Sunday 3 March Each year, Clean Up Australia Day aims to inspire and work with communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment. Register for a local clean up event at www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au

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February 2019

Boost Your Business in 2019 The annual Boost Your Business program is on from Monday 18 – Friday 22 March. This exciting event includes workshops and seminars designed to assist, grow and ‘boost’ your business. 2019 topics include: ■■

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Taking your business online

All of the events have limited places, so please register early to avoid disappointment. For more information and to book, visit www.wbiz.com.au or phone Council’s Investment and Economic Development Unit on 9262 6333. The full program of events will be featured in the March edition of the Whitehorse News.

5-Star Food Hygiene Safety Focus Congratulations to cafe The Hungry Ape in Box Hill North for being nominated for Council’s monthly 5-Star Food Safety Focus. To view the food standards of food businesses in Whitehorse, visit www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/ehealth.html More information www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/food-hygiene-system.html

Think Local Buy Local Did you know that Whitehorse is full of service-based businesses? Whether it’s an emergency plumbing call-out, a new light switch or renovating your dream home, local tradies and professionals are a just a stone's throw away. With over 350 hair/ nail/beauty salons right on your doorstep, popping out for a new look has never been more convenient. Stay healthy, stay local. Research shows that if your healthcare providers are local you are more likely to maintain positive health connections.

The Hungry Ape Location: 943 Station Street, Box Hill North Facebook: www.facebook.com/ thehungryape boxhillnorth/

Ticking off your New Year’s health resolutions? Don’t race all over town, keep your zen by keeping it local. If sorting out your finances and legal matters has been on your to-do list for while, turn to a local for advice. Keep your local economy strong by thinking local in 2019. More information www.wbiz.com.au/ think-local-buy-local.html

Book a massage at a local business, such as Boost Health Collective in Nunawading.

Did you know that up to $68 dollars out of every $100 you spend locally stays within the community? Compare that to only $2.50 if you choose to spend $100 online!


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Box Hill Community Arts Centre Welcomes Three Exciting Artists in 2019 The Artist in Residence program will continue to support both emerging and established artists in this vibrant, supportive arts facility.

Emma will also present an artist talk on art therapy on Wednesday 6 March from 6.30pm-8.30pm.

The program contributes to Whitehorse's rich cultural diversity by connecting the local community through art, with each artist invited to complete a community project during their residency.

June - December 2019

This year we welcome:

July 2018 - May 2019 Arisa Kawabe The work of Japanese-born Arisa Kawabe focuses on the theme of memory using sculpture, video, painting, ceramic, salt and other materials. This participatory project involves exchanging letters with community members on the theme of ‘clothing memory,’ which inspired the creation of ceramic flowers.

Arisa Kawabe

Look out for Emma's exhibition in the Box Hill Community Arts Space gallery in September/October.

Brett Ashby Brett Ashby is a public artist whose work involves mosaic artworks, sculpture, performance and public arts education. During his residency, Brett will work with young people in the school holiday programs. His exhibition Blue Light will showcase in the gallery in April. He will also facilitate an artist talk on public art on Wednesday 1 May and complete an exciting public art project. More information bhcac.com.au/whats-on/artist-in-residence

Emma Finch

"The purpose of this community art project is sharing emotional memories between myself, artists and viewers," said Arisa.

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Brett Ashby

February - May 2019 Emma Finch Emma Finch’s eclectic art practice uses mixed media with a main focus on painting techniques. She is a qualified art therapist and has worked on projects such as The Black Dog Community Art Project, which focused on mental health, anxiety and depression. Emma will facilitate art therapy workshops entitled Now and Then and Then and Now, during which participants will explore what it means to be themselves in the past, present and future. See page 15 for details.

Do you want to return to study, get a job or learn new skills? Short pre-accredited training courses and pre-employment courses are now available at four of Whitehorse’s Neighbourhood and Community Houses. The courses are available at Mitcham Community House, Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley (Blackburn South), Clota Cottage (Box Hill) and Vermont South Community House.

All training can be tailored to meet the needs of students, job agencies, employers, job seekers, employees and accredited training providers. 2019 courses ■■

Beginner and advanced computers, including Excel, Powerpoint and Publisher

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Introduction to office skills

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Web design

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Computer coding

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Career taster, working in community services and aged care

More information Mitcham Community House 9873 4587 info@mitchamcommunityhouse.org Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley 9808 2000 info@theavenue.org.au Clota Cottage 9899 0062 manager@clotacottage.org.au Vermont South Community House 9803 2335 manager@vsch.org.au


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February 2019

Celebrate Whitehorse’s cultural diversity at Global Fiesta

SWING POP BOOM!

Sunday 17 March, 12 noon-4pm Box Hill Gardens

When: Friday 22 February, 7pm-10pm Where: Morack Golf Course, Morack Road, Vermont South

Come together with friends and family to enjoy food, music, dance, games and activities from around the world as we celebrate Whitehorse’s diversity.

Enjoy an incredible family night of cinema under the stars. As chosen by the community in an online poll, see Hugh Jackman and his talented troupe on the big screen in the singing sensation The Greatest Showman.

Global Fiesta is Council’s national Harmony Day event, a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.

Pre-show entertainment begins at 7pm followed by the feature film at 8pm. Snacks will be available to purchase.

The popular Swing Pop Boom! series opens on 22 February with a family movie night! Moonlight Movie Night The Greatest Showman

Event program

Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony A Wurundjeri Elder will lead the community through a traditional Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country.

Global Fiesta Passport The Global Fiesta Passport is an interactive way to explore and experience different community stalls and activities. Learn a new language, try a new skill, play a new game, and much more. Collect your free passport at the information tent to start your journey!

Meet Alex and Po! We are excited to welcome Alex the Lion and Kung Fu Panda’s Po!

7pm

Pre-show entertainment

7.45pm Official welcome 7.50pm Deakin University short films 8pm

Screening of The Greatest Showman

Say hello, give a high five and pose for photos with these loveable animals.

Global Stage

Plus

Watch exciting performances of world music and dance from Whitehorse’s various cultural groups and a number of very special acts.

Enjoy free face painting, rides, a jumping castle, cultural games and an animal farm.

More information

www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au/global-fiesta.html

Town Hall Tunes When: Sunday 3 March, 2pm-4pm Where: Box Hill Town Hall

Witness the innovative Inventi Ensemble perform some of the great orchestral classics such as Rossini’s Barber of Seville. This is a free event, however bookings are essential. Call the Whitehorse Centre Box Office on 9262 6555 to reserve your free ticket. Shake at the Lake When: Sunday 24 March, 2pm-5pm Where: Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, Central Road, Blackburn

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Enjoy a dance-filled day out in the park! Featuring swing, jazz and British music from the 60s, there will be a tune for every taste. Snacks and face-painting will also be available. More information 9262 6333 ‘Like’ Whitehorse Festival Season on Facebook www.whitehorse.vic.gov.au


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WHITEHORSE ARTS CALENDAR EXHIBITION

WORKSHOP

COURSE

WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP

Ink Rhythm – Mo Yun

iPad drawing

Art Therapy

Portraiture

Japanese Book Binding

On now until 3 March

Saturday 9 February, 10am-12pm

Artist Rebecca Jones will guide participants in exploring the various brushes and creative possibilities within the Procreate App to create dynamic paintings and drawings.

Thursdays 14 – 21 February, 10am-12pm

Sunday 24 February, 10am-1pm

For many hundreds of years Chinese artists have celebrated the natural world using simple, seemingly spontaneous brushstrokes of ink or colour. Jianhua Lin’s recent ink paintings are skilfully performed, with each daub and lift of ink displaying a determination to capture the beauty of nature.

Participants will explore what it means to be ‘me’ in the present and in the future, with artist in residence Emma Finch.

Where: Whitehorse Artspace

Age: 16+ years Cost: $35 / 1 day Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

WORKSHOP

Printmaking – Lino cut

Now and Then (6-15 yrs) Sundays 10 February – 3 March, 2.45pm-3.45pm Then and now (50+ yrs) Sundays 10 February – 3 March, 1.30pm-2.30pm Cost: $40 / 4 weeks Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

SHOW

Sundays 10 – 17 February, 10am-1pm

Learn how to design, carve, register, ink and print your image using a small printing press and take home your own striking set of prints.

Improve your skills in capturing likeness, proportions and facial expressions.

Learn various Japanese binding stitch techniques and patterns and how to create your very own books to take home.

Cost: $72 / 2 weeks

Cost: $80 / 1 day

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

WORKSHOP

Basket Weaving Intensive – Twined basketry Sunday 17 February, 11am-4pm

Learn the art of twined basketry, a technique that is prolific amongst Indigenous women from the top end of Australia. Cost: $135 / 1 day Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Cost: $90 / 2 weeks

EXHIBITION

Tasmina K Majles – Remnants of the Past

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Melissa Langton will be swinging down Broadway with a mix of classic show tunes and some playful interpretations of more recent Broadway favourites.

Remnants of the Past aims to create global awareness of the restoration of heritage architecture. Each painting is created to narrate a story of the ostentatious Mughalinspired heritage architectures from 13th century Bangladesh.

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Midweek Matinee – Swinging On Broadway Wednesday 13 February, 11am Sold Out

5 – 17 February Opening: Sunday 10 February, 11am-1pm

The collection includes a collaborative project with the talented US-based photographer Usayed K Mahmood.

EXHIBITION

Cost: Full $20, Group (10+) $18

COURSE

WORKSHOP

Photo Drawing with Katherine Marmaras Sunday 10 February, 2pm-4pm

Learn how to alter printed photographic images to encourage you to view things differently. Cost: $25 / 1 day Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Mindful Meditation, Movement and Deep Relaxation Wednesdays 13 February – 20 March, 11am-12pm

Simple mental practices with some gentle movement and delicious deep relaxation. Cost: $90 / 6 weeks Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Ashwini Khiani – A Decade of Celebrating Creativity 19 February – 3 March

To celebrate 10 years of successful art classes, Ashwini Khiani and her Cre8tive Minds students will showcase artworks inspired by nature.

470 Station Street, Box Hill 9895 8888 bhcac.com.au

Bookings essential for classes and courses. Visit bhcac.com.au to view our full range of courses.

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

SHOW

ABBA-Solutely Fabulous Friday 22 February – Sold Out Saturday 23 February – Sold Out

Rear of 397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading Box Office 9262 6555 whitehorsecentre.com.au

Australia’s most loved dancing queen Rhonda Burchmore and the exceptionally talented Lara Mulcahy will delight with their irresistible humour and spectacular singing. Where: Whitehorse Centre

Located at Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill Hours: Tue to Fri 10am-4pm Sat 12pm-4pm whitehorseartspace.com.au


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