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weekly until December 1, 2018

Beginner - Advanced Sewing Classes


Be one of the many students who are enjoying making their own clothes, not only for themselves but also for their families. In our beginner–advanced sewing classes, you can learn to make skirts, pants, tops, shirts, dresses, jackets and coats in no time at all, and learning the correct techniques makes it simpler than ever. Once you have discovered our secrets, you will never look back. Even students who have sewn for many years cannot believe how simple it is when they have been taught these "tricks of the trade". In each module you will learn to make clothes that actually fit you. You will learn things that not everyone is willing to share. And you will learn from an experienced tutor who is a qualified Designer, Dressmaker, Manufacturer, Milliner and Teacher. With more than 30 years teaching experience. In each module you will: - Learn skills and techniques of manufacturers and top designers - Work with styles and patterns that you choose - Construct garments from start to finish with ease - Fit and adjust patterns to your size - Learn how to make your own clothes that fit and suit you - Learn how easy it is to make clothes for your family - Learn from an experienced and qualified tutor (Qualified Teacher (Dip Ed) teaching since 1981, Designer & Dressmaker (M.I.T.) Milliner (Ascot School of Millinery), RMIT Tutor since 2000) - Receive lots of individual attention as all class sizes are kept to a minimum 2018 Class times: Introduction to Sewing - Friday 6:00–8:00pm (must be booked with beginner–advanced classes) Wednesday Afternoon Classes 12:00pm–2:00pm or Wednesday Night Classes 6:00pm–8:00pm Thursday Evening Classes 6:00pm–8:00pm or Thursday Night Classes 8:00pm–10:00pm Saturday Morning Classes 11:00am–1:00pm or Saturday Afternoon Classes 1:00pm–3:00pm If you have a passion to learn how to sew then this is the right course for you. It doesn't matter whether you are an absolute beginner or just need to build upon your sewing skills, give us a call or go on our website to book into a class today.

Venue:
Alchemy Fashion Boutique & Sewing School
258 High St Melbourne

When:
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 12.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


weekly on Wednesdays for 16 times

Fitzroy North Drop-in Meditation - Wednesdays


Self Esteem June 27 • July 4 • 11• 18 Know the freedom of self-acceptance. Overcome critical thoughts towards yourself and others. Develop a positive self-view and inner confidence. Learn to Meditate Jul 25 Aug 1 • 15 • 22 Meditation is a way of calming the mind and developing a more positive approach to life. Discover for yourself the inner peace and happiness that arises when your mind becomes still. Transforming Life’s Difficulties Aug 29 • Sep 5 • 12 • 19 Learn Buddhist methods that enable you to transform problems into causes of happiness, improve relationships and create lasting inner peace. Mindfulness & the Healing Power of Meditation Sep 26 • Oct 3 • 10 • 17 Understand how to use challenges to develop inner strength and resilience. Heal your body and mind, and find peace through the practice of mindfulness In each class a different aspect of meditation and Buddhism is explained. The classes are self-contained so you can drop in any week. There is no need to book or bring anything. Classes begin with a simple guided breathing meditation followed by a teaching and a second guided meditation based on the topic. There is also an opportunity for discussion, followed by refreshments. No meditation experience is necessary, the classes are suitable for beginners and experienced meditators, and everyone is welcome.

Venue:
The Reid Room
75 Reid Street Fitzroy

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 7.30pm -
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 9.00pm


daily for 6 times

Window Shopping


Contemporary Artists, Architects, Theatre organisations, local business work together to produce a festival in the suburban shops and in the public space of Glenroy called Window Shopping. This exhibition addresses the streetscape as social; drawing attention to how public spaces and private business are understood and navigated. Artists collaborate with local business to create artwork that is subtly positioned inside the store, Agnes Whalan assist Toni in Pronto Trophies orders and uses the objects in shop to create music. EnEn See works to create installations as an alternative way to display products at Market of Hasson and produces imagery with herbs and spices from the store. Free Theatre collective and Zheng Chin from Morelands Civics lab work together with Max’s barber shop to create a performance across the spaces. Fern Smith recycles paper for Glenroy Foot Clinic to carefully constructed feet placed back into the shoes sold at the clinic. Office who are a design and research practice are giving a talk at 3pm looking at ideas of the street as a political space but also a social space, and how the two are intrinsically linked. Many more Artists and activities can be found online at www.softinfrastructure.com/windowshopping or follow us on facebook Art critic Bridgid Hansen review for last years show “The assembly of artist-installations force a viewer to do more than just look, but to enquire and interact with locals in order to get good glimpses of the work - a refreshing take on experiencing contemporary practice”

Venue:
Wheatsheaf Rd Shops
Wheatsheaf Rd Melbourne

When:
Sat, 22 Sep 2018 12.00pm -
Sat, 22 Sep 2018 5.00pm


daily until October 7, 2018

Spring School Holidays at Museums Victoria


It’s all happening at Museum Victoria these spring school holidays! We've got an exciting calendar of events programmed across the Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks and the Immigration Museum, so you'll never be stuck for something to do. At the Melbourne Museum, we'll celebrate going wild, meet the Museum experts and attempt to break the world record for number of windwheels on display! Meanwhile at Scienceworks, we'll learn all about how we get off the ground with Winging It, plus tours of the Pumping Station and Collection Store, as well as Planetarium and Lightning Room shows. Alternatively, join us in the city at the Immigration Museum as we explore Turkish culture and traditions. MELBOURNE MUSEUM Celebrate Going Wild: Daily, Drop in between 11-3 Meet the Museum Experts: 2 and 3 October, 2-4 Windwheels: Daily, Drop in between 11-3 Windwheels World Record Attempt: 5 October, 11-5 SCIENCEWORKS Winging It: Daily, 20 minute show Pumping Station Tour: Daily, 11 and 1, 30 minute tour Collection Store Tours: Daily, 12 and 2, 30 minute tour Planetarium Shows: Daily, various times, additional cost Lightning Room Shows: Daily, 11, 1, 2 & 3, additional cost IMMIGRATION MUSEUM Turkish Yuva: Various sessions

Venue:
Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson St Melbourne

When:
Sat, 22 Sep 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


every 4 days for 1 times

Unconscious Volcanoes


Have you ever had a dream that is disconnected from reality and you can’t understand how it came from your unconscious? We have! Our dreams are so intertwined with who we are, they can reveal repressed desires and what our subconscious is really thinking and feeling. Society constructs social etiquette innately dictating how we are allowed to behave. Your subconscious however is free from these constraints and runs rampant in dreams, here anything is possible and everything is acceptable. Unconscious Volcanoes is a new contemporary dance work choreographed by Rachel Huf and Tahlia Klugman premiering as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2018. Unconscious Volcanoes explores what lies hidden within the depths of our subconscious and how these manifest as repressed desires, symptomatic actions, and dreams. Performed by Rachel Huf, Tahlia Klugman, Sade Brown, Momoko Nanri and Emily Shoesmith. Animation by Zachary Peterson. Unconscious Volcanoes is inspired by Isador H Coriat’s The Meaning of Dreams (1915) and asks the question: How do our subconscious thoughts shape us and escape us as symptomatic actions, psychoneurotic symptoms or dreams? Unconscious Volcanoes premieres in the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Venue:
Dancehouse
150 Princes Street Melbourne

When:
Thu, 27 Sep 2018 8.15pm -
Thu, 27 Sep 2018 9.00pm


daily for 99 times

Scientology Network TV


“You’ve probably heard of Scientology,” “In fact, every six seconds someone searches the question, ‘What is Scientology?’ There’s a lot of talk about Scientology, and we get it. People are curious. Well, we want to answer your questions, because, frankly, whatever you have heard, if you haven’t heard it from us, I can assure you, we are not what you expect.” You are now able to see and experience the religion for yourself —who Scientologists are, what Scientology is and what Scientology can do—as told by Scientologists, themselves, “Scientology is a dynamic and expanding religion, and we’re going to be showing you all of it.” “Let’s be clear, we’re not here to preach to you, to convince you or to convert you. No, we simply want to show you. Because, after all, the first principle of Scientology is that ‘It’s only true if it is true for you.’” Find out the facts about the Church as an institution and its humanitarian and social betterment organizations. These programs show Scientology in action, providing not just insights into the only major religion to emerge in the last century, but also offering a fresh take on compelling television entertainment demanded by today’s digital world. The Scientology Network is immediately available anywhere, anytime. at www.scientology.tv and is broadcasting 24/7.

Venue:
Scientology Life Improvement Center
231 Mount Alexander Road Melbourne

When:
Thu, 4 Oct 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


monthly on the 3rd Monday for 12 times

Free Class - SELF-CONFIDENCE! The key to your SUCCESS


Gain The Confidence to Be Unstoppable! Free Class. If this date, time and location does not suit you than note we have many others, check out our website and join it so you can remain posted. https://www.meetup.com/improvementcentre/ How to Achieve Self Confidence! Without question, self confidence is the key to success. It determines how many of your goals you achieve in life and has an enormous impact on your happiness. It affects how people perceive you, your career achievements, your ability to take risks or try new endeavours, as well as your overall attitude toward yourself and others. Self Confidence is something most people would like to have more of, but arent sure how to get. Did you ever feel more certain of yourself in the past? Would you like to raise your self confidence ? To increase self confidence, you have to understand what reduces it. If you know why this happens you can reverse the situation and rebuild your self esteem. Self Confidence is self-determinism. Ones belief in ones ability to determine his own course. As long as one has that, he has got the universe in his pocket. - L. Ron Hubbard. This day you are able to Learn about: • The true source of security in life. • How self-confidence, self respect and self trust interrelate, and what you can do to rehabilitate them. • The exact steps to become more competent in whatever you do. Todays free class will put you into a good position to help you achieve a new level of self-confidence, accomplish more and progress towards a higher level of personal survival. Free parking, Free entrée. All people of goodwill are invited

Venue:
Life Improvement Centre
231-251 Mount Alexander Road Ascot Vale

When:
Mon, 15 Oct 2018 11.00am -
Mon, 15 Oct 2018 12.30pm


on various days

Filter Coffee Path 1


The Collingwood Coffee College is part of Proud Mary Coffee Roasters and is excited to offer Filter Coffee Path 1 workshop for lovers of coffee at home, or at work.  Exploring V60, Plunger, Clever Coffee Dripper & AeroPress, you can learn the important factors to consider getting specialty results when brewing filter coffee at home, at work or even on a plane!  During this class you will learn: Introducing flavour into filtered coffee. The 3 important factors to manage when brewing filter coffee.  How to prepare filter & immersion methods using a standard recipe and how to alter this for what you enjoy. DELIVERY Filter Coffee Path 1 is a 2-hour workshop delivered by a member of our Training Team who will provide a hands-on approach where you can try, test and clarify brewing coffee for home and  provide you with resources to take home and keep practicing! Only 4 spots per class to ensure maximum time and attention can be given to all attendees. REGISTRATION & PAYMENT We have no minimum numbers for any of our workshops, once you have registered be assured that the workshop will go ahead. We offer an option to pay in instalments or in one hit to secure your spot. Payment must be finalised prior to workshop date.

Venue:
Aunty Peg's
200 Wellington Street Melbourne

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Cooking With Lydia


Welcome to a part of my life that is more than just a fashion or fad. This is what makes life worth living for me - to entertain, feed and feast with those that I love. Giving love through the stomach, exploring heritage through food and wine, taste and smell. What creates me as a person is what I teach to you, my home, my food, my hospitality and the tastes of my homeland.  During this class, I will show you what is a focus in my home from day to day. Come and have an experience of food fantasy, exploration of Italian regions through scent and taste, sound and feel. Upon entry, you will be immersed in an Italian home enthralled by classical music and tastes of Italy’s South. Amongst known and new friends, you will be taken through three different meal recipes that have been passed on to me and that I use in my home. We do it the Italian way - sit back, relax, taste and entice yourself all whilst learning how to cook in the home.  Not only do you leave feeling entertained and fed, but also with a luxurious take away pack with elements from the class and personalized recipes.  Let me take you on an Italian feast. After all, I am a housewife!

Venue:
Brunswick Town Hall
233 Sydney Road Melbourne

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

BNI Money Makers


Hello!  We welcome you to join us for our weekly BNI Money Makers meeting whch runs for 90 minutes and allows for the opportunity to network with fellow business owners. Included is an ample buffet style breakfast and coffee of your choice will be provided. Due to the venue costs, we charge a $25 fee (includes transaction fees). Please ensure you have paid for your ticket prior to attending the meeting on Friday. We look forward to meeting you and creating connections with our wonderful team! Thank you          FAQs   What can I bring into the event? Most importantly bring yourself and your business cards.    How can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact Craig on 0412 912 758 or the BNI contact who invited you (if you were invited)   What's the refund policy? No refunds given   

Venue:
Xenia Food Store
202 Lygon Street Brunswick

When:
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 7.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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