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Book sale

The Berwick Mechanics Institute and Free Library is holding a book sale. Second-hand books in good condition will be on sale. Stock up for winter reading.

  • Friday 23 June and Saturday 24 June during library opening hours. 15 High Street, Berwick. Contact Judith Dwyer 9707 3519.


Fresh Words Young Writers Competition

Unleash the storyteller in you and enter the Fresh Words Young Writers Competition. If you are a budding author, journalist or song writer, embrace this opportunity to put your imagination on paper and win some great prizes. Entry is open to Casey’s young people in Grade 5 to Year 12 in the following categories:

  • Creative Writing (maximum 750 words).
  • Poetry/Lyrics (maximum one page).
  • English as a additional language (maximum 750 words).

Entries close Friday 22 September, at 5pm.

  • Friday 23 June, 9am-5pm. Terms and conditions apply. For a copy of the entry form and terms and conditions of entry please visit the City of Casey Youth Services website www.casey.vic.gov.au/youth or contact Customer Service on 9705 5200.


DJs Market

Community market

  • Friday 23 June, 5.30pm-9pm. 2 Harris Street, Lynbrook. Cost: Free. Contact: Shayrn Holt 0490 029 133.


Winter Arts Festival: Eco-dying in the garden at Paperworks Gallery

During this two-hour workshop you will learn eco-dyeing techniques and create some beautiful prints on paper and silk. Using natural dyes from the garden, you will create a beautiful silk scarf to take home. All materials, tea, coffee and a delicious morning tea all included. Email now to find out about our special bring a friend deal.

  • Saturday 24 June, 9.30am-11.30am. 26 Inglis Road, Berwick. Cost: $180 including silk scarf to take home. Contact Andrea Hopgood 0408 072 491.

 


Emily’s Strive for Life Family Fun Day

Join us at Cranbourne Public Hall to help raise funds for four-year-old Emily who has cerebral palsy, microcephaly and needs your help. Live entertainment, rides, stalls and much more.

  • Sunday 25 June, 10.30am- 4pm. Cranbourne Public Hall, corner Clarendon and High streets, Cranbourne. Cost: Voluntary donation. Contact: www.emilysstriveforlife.com

 

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