Remaining 2018 Programs
The coming weekend – enrol now
Japanese Ink Art 1pm – 4pm Saturday 17 November $65
Life Drawing Sundays 10.30 -12.30; Mondays and Tuesdays 10.30 -1pm and Sundays 10.30 -12.30. Weekly, No need to book, just come along. Casual attendence welcome. $18/16
Fold a Christmas Tree 1pm – 4pm Saturday 1 December Last event for the year! Free -sponsored by the City of Yarra but please complete an enrolment form to register.
Introduction to Portraiture 6pm-8pm Mondays 5 weeks 4 Feb – 4 March 2019 $250
Food Fermentation 1pm – 3.30pm Saturday 30 March 2019 $40
Minimum enrolments are required for all courses to run so please enrol ASAP to avoid disappointment. To enrol please complete the form above which also includes details for the payment online.**
Early Bird rates apply for enrolments completed at least one week in advance of start of course*
Other Programs in term 4
Watercolours Mondays 6pm- 9pm 1 – 29 October, 5 weeks $245
Tutored Life Drawing with Patrick Loverso Saturdays 3-5pm 13th October, 8 weeks,call 0433 911 843 for details and to enrol
General Drawing 2pm-4pm Sundays, 14 October – 18 November, 5 weeks $135
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note Term 4 program changes/discontinued.
The monthly Sewing Circle on Thursdays will also not be running in term 4. However we will be offering a similar program in 2019 including sewing, craft and knitting with a sustainable twist. We would welcome any suggestions regarding preferred times and areas of interest. Please email email@example.com with any comments.
Unfortunately due to lack of enrolment we are no longer able to offer the programs, Pilates After Work on Tuesdays and Hatha Yoga on Thursdays. We thank you for your past support.
Wicking Garden Planter Boxes
Planter boxes have been installed outside the Princes Hill Community Centre by Very Edible Gardens and some keen gardeners. If you’re interested in urban agriculture and growing your own vegetables, come and check them out. Wicking beds are a very efficient way of growing herbs and vegetables, as surplus water is retained in a reservoir in the bottom of the container.