Monday 10.30am-2.30pm & Tuesday 10am -4pm
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Enrol now for Term 1 Workshops
Rooftop Honey Saturday 23rd March 2pm-4pm Registration $5.00
Plant Propagation Sunday 24th March 10am to 12pm Free!
Food Fermentation Saturday 30th March 1pm-3.30pm Free! FULL
Amess Street and Church Hill Island Sunday April 28th 2 – 4pm $5.00
Genealogy DNA Testing Sunday May 5th 2.30 – 4pm Registration $5.00
Edible Weed Walk Sunday May 19th Departing 11am Registration $10.00
Kokedama! Sunday May 26th 2 – 4pm Free!
Please go online to our website to register
OTHER REGULAR PROGRAMS
Life Drawing & Painting on Sunday 10.30 – 12.30pm
Life Drawing & Painting on Monday 10.30 – 1pm from Long poses
Life Drawing & Painting on Tuesday 10.30 – 1pm Short to long
Bridge Tuesdays weekly 2.15 – 4.15pm Free!
Sewing & Craft Circle Tuesday 6- 8pm fortnightly Free!
Mahjong Wednesdays fortnightly 1 – 3.30pm Free!
String Group Fridays fortnightly $7 or $45 per semester.
WORKSHOPS, SHORT & TERM PROGRAMS
Floral Ink Painting 10am – 4pm Saturday 27 April. $150
Japanese Ink Art 1pm-4pm Saturday 4 May $75 (EB $70)
Tutored Life Drawing 3pm – 5pm Saturdays from 4 May – 29 June $280
Life Models Society Autumn Salon 10.30 – 4pm Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 April
Writing Your Memoir 10.45am – 12.15pm. 5 weeks, Thursdays 7 To be advised $220 (not running in March)
General Drawing Sundays 2pm – 4pm. 5 weeks, To be advised $145 (EB $135)
Portraiture: An Introduction 6pm-8pm Mon 5 weeks To be advise $260
Womens Circle 7 – 10pm Friday 8 March $33
Tai Chi and Qigong 7.30 – 8.30pm Wednesdays 10 weeks $125
Tuesday Night Book Club 7.30pm – 9pm from 12 February $65
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*
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 2019 Brochure Semester 1come 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.