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Learn French – Beginners and Intermediate begin 2 May

headerOur French classes begin 2nd May due to Easter and the Anzac day public holiday. They’re popular classes so secure your spot! If you’re planning a trip to France, want to brush up on your French or you are an absolute beginner we have 2 different levels to suit your needs. Go here for Beginners or here for Intermediate.


Back by popular demand – Non Toxic Printmaking May 5th

This has been one of our most popular courses with Castlemaine Press so we’ve decided to run it again in term 2.  Its a great way to ease yourself into the joys of printmaking and will be taught again in CP’S beautiful light filled studio at nearby Lot 19.  This may be the course you’ve been waiting for!
More details here.


Media Training Workshop – Friday May 26th

This all day workshop will help you to understand the power of the media and how to get your message heard. Michael Smith has a wealth of knowledge and experience as a journalist and media adviser and will take you through important steps on how to deliver your message to your community and beyond. More Details here.


Back to Basics – An introduction to iPads and iPhones

Got an iPad or and iPhone and not quite sure of all its capabilities? Presented over 2 workshops you will learn how to get better use out of your technology including learning how to use the internet from your device, sending emails, info about apps and lots more.   More Details here


Learn How to Meditate – 6 week course

Everyone can learn to meditate – even you! Learn how to relax the body and quieten the mind with meditation. This 6 week course will help you manage your health, chronic stress and anxieties.
More details here.


Power of Attorney – FREE Information Seminar

This is a great workshop for anybody wanting to lesson the legal family burdens. A local solicitor will help you understand more about ‘Power of Attorney’ in the first in a series of legal workshop we will be running this year.  More Details Here.


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