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StandUp – Addressing Gender Violence Dec 8th

StandUp is an important resource for workplaces, sports clubs and community groups and members wanting to address gender violence.  Presented by Women’s Health Loddon Mallee, this informative 90 mins workshop will provide tools to be an active bystander and an agent of change against gender violence.  It is free and a light lunch will be provided.  More details here.


INK ROLL PRINT 8 – More printmaking coming up in Term 4!

Next in our Ink Roll Print series with Castlemaine Press is printmaking exploring Monoprints and Collographs’ tutored by experienced printmaker, Anne Tyndall. This is a great place to jump into printmaking for those budding printers out there! More Here.


Bush Playgroup – Term 4

Bush Playgroup has been running in Castlemaine for many years and it is a lovely way to introduce young children to the joy’s of nature.  It helps children to feel connected to the environment around them and encourages exploration and nature play.  More details.


Day of the Dead – Sunday 12th November, 2017

The annual shared gathering to remember and honour those who are dying or have died is in its 4th year. The tradition of honoring and remembering those that have died has been practiced for thousand of years and strengthens are abilities to bring some healing acceptance to the experience of loss.  More details here.


Castlemaine Seniors Festival 2017

Castlemaine Seniors Festival 2017 is rapidly approaching!
Events will be held throughout the Month of October, with the main Festival week running from the 8th to the 15th. Our Website will soon have details of all events, so watch this space!

Castlemaine Seniors Festival Home Page


Chair Yoga – begins in term 4 FREE

We will be starting an introductory 4 week free CHAIR yoga course at CCH in October. For those that struggle with movement and mobility but are wanting a supportive way to move and stretch their body, chair yoga maybe for you. Come along and try it out! More Details here.


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