Semester 1 2018 Programs
Food Fermentation Workshop – Sat 17 March
Come for a fun afternoon workshop and learn about the benefits of fermented food. It will include making kimchi and sauerkraut, plus learn about creating sourdough bread starters.
Glass jars and food materials provided but bring own apron.
***NEW 2018 DATES*** Sat 17 March 2018, 1pm – 3:30pm
Upstairs Kitchen, PHCC $40/ $35 Early Bird and Concession price
Journalmaking/Bookbinding Workshop – Sat 24 March
Learn to make your own personalised journal with a coptic bound spine with artist Anzara Clark. Some course notes and materials provided.
Sat 24 March, 11am – 4pm. $80 Early Bird & Concession
To enrol in any of our programs, please complete the form below. Payments may be made online. For further information, contact 9387 7740 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Other PHCC Programs
check www.princeshill.org.au for further information.
Pilates after Work Tuesdays 6pm – 7pm from 30 January
Tai Chi Wednesdays 7.30- 8.30pm from 31 January
Hatha Yoga Thursdays 7-8pm from 1 February
Yoga + Meditation Saturdays 10.15-11.45am from 3 February
Beginners Guitar Tuesdays 7.30pm-8.30pm from 30 January
General Drawing Sundays 2pm-4pm from 4 February
Watercolours Mondays 6pm-9pm from 5 February
Chinese Style Mahjong Wednesdays fortnightly from 30 January
Early Bird rate for enrolments at least one week in advance of start of course apply for most programs.
Introduction to Portraiture
Internationally acclaimed artist, Garry Anderson, is offering a short introductory portraiture course over 5 weeks. Garry will focus on a sensitive approach to capturing the essences of a sitter in line and colour. Any medium may be used.
Term 2 2018 Dates TBC
$250 (Concession $235) for 5 weeks. Upstairs Studio, PHCC.
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.