Is your child stressed, feeling anxious, can’t control their outbursts or just need to relax!
Meditation for Children – Mondays 5pm-6pm at the House with Jaqui Stallinga.
Cost $7.50 per child (only 8 places available). Call 54943489 to book.
Parents/guardians if you are also feeling stressed, why not drop the kids off at meditation and head to YOGA!
Pruning Workshop – Sunday 20th July at the House.
Arborist Peter Goegan is coming back to follow up on his last workshop to teach us how to prune our fruit/ornamental trees correctly.
From 1-2.30pm includes afternoon tea. Only $5 per head.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn a very valuable and essential gardening skill. We will also have a free fruit tree as a door prize.
(!) Please note that the current farmers Market page can be found by clicking here.
2014 Naturally New Age Festival/Farmer’s Market
Sunday October 26 2014 at the Wedderburn Community Centre
Due to the success of our first New Age Festival we have decided to make this an annual event and in conjunction will be running our first ever Farmer’s Market.
We have stallholders coming from within the Loddon Shire as well as around the State. There will be crystals, healing, card readings, psychic readings, sculptures, jewellery, candles.
Lamine Sonko, African Culture Keeper and his band will be performing as well as some well known Bourke Street buskers.
Locals have the opportunity to sell their produce and there will be lots for the kids – jumping castle, face painters, scarf juggler and much more………
Workshops with Lamine and his African drums, juggling and healing workshops, lots of food for all tastes.
The Farmer’s Market will be showcasing local produce and give people the opportunity to buy fresh food grown locally.
If you would like to have a stall contact us at the House. (03) 5494 3489
International Women’s Day was celebrated in earnest at the Wedderburn Community House recently.
More than 30 people gathered to view cultural displays from Spain, India, the United Arab Emirates and Papua New Guinea, before settling in for a hearty lunch that featured Italian, French, German, Chinese and Greek food. The frequency with which people returned to the food table was proof enough that the fare was thoroughly enjoyed. As people ate they were entertained with classical guitar and Flamenco, provided by retired music teacher and Wedderburn local, Bill Foreman. Mr Foreman spent 18 months in Spain in the early 1970s studying Flamenco, a form of Spanish folk music. He played on an authentic Flamenco guitar that be purchased in Spain dining his stay, while he also played mouth organ for The Gypsy Girl – a song he wrote about his daughter – and Waltzing Matilda, for which everyone joined in with gusto. Continue reading
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST.
Expressions of Interest are required for our INTEL LEARN EASY STEPS programme for newcomers to computers.
- This includes an Introduction to Computers and Operating Systems.
- Introduction to Internet and Emails.
- Introduction to Word Processing.
This will be run on a Tuesday 9.30-12.00am Cost $80. $55 Concession
Contact: Jude Raftis-Co-ordinator. Wedderburn Community House. 54943489