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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.

Meditation Healing Course – Begins in Feb 2018

We are really thrilled to have Nic Aunger and Kerry Calcraft facilitate this course at Community House in 2018. It will be particularly suited to those with serious illnesses and carers though everyone is welcome to come and learn how to bring meditation into daily life, to the healing process and more. Details here.

Permaculture 2018

Enrollments are now open for the first Permaculture course of 2018.

Our course in Permaculture Design has been running for several years with very appreciative students. Tutors Ian Lillington and Beck Lowe guide the group through a 16-week course (96 hours in total) that will change your life!
Begins Friday 9th February 2018  9.15 – 3.00pm, and finishes Friday 15th of June.    More information here.

Chair Yoga – Term 1 2018

There is a six week Chair Yoga Course running from Wednesday 21st February – 28th of March, 2018.

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

Term 1 2018


As the end of the year rolls on we are locking in a large variety of courses and workshops for Term 1 in 2018.

Please keep watching this space for new announcements, as all details get confirmed.

We will be running a series of legal workshops, a series of medical workshops, arts and crafts courses, languages, wine appreciation, and much more!

The Glittering Goldfields Queer Formal

The Theatre Royal and the local high school’s Diversity Group have come together to present The Glittering Goldfields Queer Formal – a night for local queer youth and their mates to be themselves, and for the community to celebrate them.

Donations of any size are gratefully accepted via this crowd-funding campaign at Chuffed:

The Theatre Royal is also offering business partnerships for contributions of $250 or more.

For More Information Click Here

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