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Cycling for fun and fitness

Social group of people who like to cycle. Casual riding on cycling paths and a small distance from the roadside. Bookings essential.

  • Monday 12 June, 9am-noon. Lynbrook Community Centre, corner of Lynbrook Boulevard and Harris Street, Lynbrook. Cost: free. Contact: 9792 7370.


History meeting

The Narre Warren and District Family History Group would like to invite both members and visitors to the next meeting. Jane Rivett-Carnac will be telling all about Trove and how to get the most out of it. Visitors are welcome, there is no need to book, just come along on the day.

  • Saturday 10 June, at 2pm. Meeting Room, Narre Warren Library, Overland Drive, Fountain Gate. Entry $3. Further inquiries call Lynne, 8787 5558.


Winter Arts Festival: Silvie Paladino in Concert

Renowned Melbourne-based singer Silvie Paladino will perform a wide range of well-known songs for your ultimate enjoyment.

  • Friday 9 June, 7.30pm-9pm. 27-47 Gloucester Avenue, Berwick. Cost: $35 adults, $30 concession, $25 children (under 12 years). Contact: Kim Sanders 9703 8143.


Winter Arts Festival: Worldwide Knit in Public Day

Join us to be a part of the World wide Knit in Public Day at Paperworks Gallery. Bring your crochet or knitting and join us for a coffee and a chat, share patterns and tips and tricks. Sit and knit in the garden or cosy up in the studio.

  • Saturday 10 June, 10am-4pm. 26 Inglis Road, Berwick. Cost: free. Contact: Andrea Hopgood 0408 072 491.


Winter Arts Festival: An Afternoon of Ukelele and Cello with AJ Leonard and Jenny Rowlands

Multi-instrumentalist, arranger and recording artist AJ Leonard is one of Australia’s pioneer ukulele players. Jenny Rowlands has performed professionally throughout the classical scene in Australia. Together they are a true melding of musical minds.

  • Sunday 11 June, 2pm-4pm. Narre Warren Library Overland Drive, Narre Warren. Cost: free. Contact: Casey Cardinia Libraries.

 


Produce Swap at Myuna Farm

Come to Myuna Farm’s monthly swap where you can exchange fresh produce, share tips and skills and even seasonal recipes with other local like-minded individuals. Items to swap may include vegetables, herbs, fruit, eggs, flowers, seeds/seedlings and even compost. Bookings are essential, please visit the Casey Green events webpage to book.

  • Saturday 10 June, 9am-10am. Myuna Farm 182 Kidds Road, Doveton. Cost: free. Contact: 9705 5200.

 

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