Yoga with Holly

Enhance your flexibility and find inner zen by partaking in yoga with Holly at the Toomah Community Centre. Yoga does more than calm you down and make you flexible. It assists with cardiovascular health, mood and motivation.

– 11am on Saturdays at the Toomah Community Centre

MUNA 2018 Workshop

The 2018 Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) holds workshops for student ‘delegates’ who have been nominated to participate in MUNA. The program assembly is modelled on the format and function of the United Nations and aims to encourage young people to learn about other nations and to understand and appreciate the workings of the United Nations while they develop debating skills and gain self confidence in public speaking. Counsellors and other interested teachers and parents, as well as Rotarians, are also invited to attend.

– Saturday 28 April from 9:30am–1pm at Nossal High School, Sir Gustav Nossal Boulevard, Berwick.

Ben Whitely live

Musician Ben Whitely will be playing at the Butcher Shop Hotel on Saturday 14 April. The hotel will be open for dinner from 6pm onwards.

– Saturday 28 April at 9pm at the Butcher Shop Hotel, 14 Main Street Bunyip

Self-made: Zines and Artist Books

Delve into do-it-yourself culture: from limited run artist books to cut-and-paste photocopy fanzines, explore the evolution and diversity of these radical publishing alternatives. Learn the art with Self-made curator Monica Syrette on Saturday at 2pm.

– Ends Sunday 29 April. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am – 5pm at Bunjil Place Gallery.

Fifty two found shopping lists written by people who need milk

Artist Kenny Pittock’s humorous and at times poetic works combine ceramics, drawing and text that capture his observations of everyday life. As much to sustain his art practice as well as being the inspiration for his creativity, Pittock has worked at Casey Central supermarket for many years making sketches based on his daily experiences and collecting shopping lists for his current work. The exhibition won the acquisitive emerging artist category in the 2017 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize and is being loaned to Bunjil Place Gallery as part of his new exhibition.

– Ends Sunday 29 April. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am – 5pm at Bunjil Place Gallery.

The New Joneses

The New Joneses’ Tiny House shows how to fill our lives, not our homes and make lifestyle choices that are great for our people and planet. Learn to simplify, de-clutter, love food and hate waste, choose cleaning products in recycled packaging that are safe for fish and waterways, use worms to turn today’s food scraps into tomorrow’s lunch and council green waste collection to help farmers grow nutritious food. The project launches Thursday 26 April and runs until Sunday 6 May. Check the Bunjil Place website for details.

– Friday 27 April 11am – 6.30pm, Saturday 28 April 9am – 2pm and Sunday 29 April 10am – 2pm at Bunjil Place.

Sunday serenity

Bring some zen to your week’s end and learn how to still the mind with free guided meditation. BYO cushion and wear some comfy, warm clothing.

– Sunday 29 April from 9 am to 10am at the Bunjil Place Plaza.


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