BMX Day

Saturday 15 September Casey BMX Club will hold the Victorian Interschool Cycling Competition, open to all school-aged children. It starts off at 9 am and will run through to around 2:30. Daniel Walker BMX Ninja will be coming to hand out the medals and presentations.

– Saturday 15 September, 9am to 2.30pm at Casey BMX Club, Casey Fields Criterium Circuit, Cranbourne East

Pakenham parkrun is turning 4

Pakenham Parkrun is turning 4 and seeing as the footy finals will be close, will celebrate with a Footy Theme Event. This can be anything AFL, NRL or Soccer. There will a coffee van, sausage sizzle and cake!

– Saturday 15 September, 7am to 10am at Toomuc Reserve, Rundell Way, Pakenham

Russia and Iran in Syria

In the 11th Chapter of the Prophecy of Daniel, 2500 years of the history of the territory of Syria and Iraq has been accurately prophesied. This prophecy then shows that Russia will take control of Syria and then invade Israel. When this happens Jesus Christ will return. Come and hear what this amazing prophecy means for you. The Bible Truth are hosting an information session at the Pakenham Library.

– Saturday 15 September, 3.30pm-4.30pm at Pakenham Library, corner of John and Henry Streets, Pakenham

2018 Winter Presentation Morning

Pakenham Huskies Basketball Club are presenting the trophies for all Winter 2018 Junior players.

– Sunday 16 September, at Pakenham Springs Primary School Heritage Blvd, Pakenham

2018/19 Summer Come and Try Days

Come along to find out more about playing Baseball or T-ball this summer at Pakenham Pumas Baseball Club. Meet the coaches and players, have a go and grab a snag or two at the end. Juniors and T-ball kicks off at 10am covering ages 4 to 15, with seniors to follow from 11:30. They will have information about the upcoming season and registering so is open to all new and returning players.

– Sunday 16 September, at Pakenham Pumas Baseball Club, Toomuc Recreational Reserve, Princess Hwy, Pakenham

Leprosy in India – Still a Problem?

You’re invited to afternoon tea to hear Joe and Maria Bast, Leprosy Mission Australia Ambassadors, share about their recent trip to India. Recently Joe and Maria visited India to see one of the projects they support. They had a great time. Maria and Joe are passionate about seeing people who have leprosy receive help even if they can’t make it to a treatment centre. Come and find out how they want to do that. As one of the attendees at a recent presentation by them said. “Thank you for the wonderful presentation…[you] made it real and the problem it is [real].” Goods from The Leprosy Mission will be for available for purchase.

– Saturday 15 September, 41 Pakenham Road, Pakenham


Rockscars are back at the Pakenham hotel by popular demand playing 80’s and mixed covers from songs that other cover bands don’t play anymore. It’s a great venue to see live bands with a great atmosphere. If you haven’t been there make it a first as the staff are very welcoming and the food is of top standard if you’re having a meal beforehand. Free admission as well…look forward in seeing you there.

– Saturday 15 September, Pakenham Hotel, 153 Main Street, Pakenham


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