Team up to tango

Take free Argentine Tango classes at the corner of Glengala Road and Simmie Street. Sunshine, 7.30-8.30pm, Thursdays.

■ 9331 6580


Build a better Brimbank

Residents are being asked to share their vision for the area in 2030 by taking part in an online survey by July 1.

They can also share their hopes, dreams and aspirations across 12 areas of council operations – including parks and gardens, sports and recreation and arts and culture – at a special listening post in St Albans on July 2, from 10.30am to 12.30pm, to help inform the update of Brimbank’s Community plan (2009-2030).

The post will be run at the corner of Main Road East and St Albans Road, St Albans. The survey can be found at

Forums will also be held in August, with dates on the council’s website.

■ 9249 4032 or 9249 4441

email: or


Volunteer in language

Multiple Sclerosis Community Visitors Scheme is seeking a female volunteer who speaks German or English to visit an elderly lady in an aged care centre at Sunshine West.

■ 9845 2729 or


Libraries go green

Brimbank’s five libraries will go green these school holidays with many educational and environmentally themed activities. Enviro-Gro growing kit sessions, educating children about plant germination where they can take home a seed to grow, will be held at Sunshine on June 27 at 10.30am; Keilor Village on June 28 at 2pm; Deer Park on June 29 from 10.30am; Sydenham on June 30 at 4pm and St Albans on July 1 from 2pm. A games tournament, where kids can design their best garden using Minecraft, will also be held at Deer Park on June 28 from 2-4pm with five $20 vouchers up for grabs.


Call of the wild

A & A Wildlife will be at Taylors Lakes Bunnings this Saturday from noon until 2pm, featuring reptiles, stick insects and some feathered friends. Family fun for everyone.

■ 9449 6000 or


Get on yer bikes

Brimbank Bicycle Education Centre at Keilor Downs will hold an open day from 2.30-5pm this Sunday. $5 per rider, per hour. Bookings essential at

■ 0487 245 329 or


Save the dingo talk

Lyn Watson from the Dingo Foundation will be guest speaker at the July meeting of the Sunshine Golden Age Garden Club on Wednesday, July 13. She will share her work about the preservation of the Australian alpine variety of dingo, or native dog, now facing extinction in the wild, from 7.30-9pm. Lyn will also bring along some dingo puppies. All welcome.

■ 9312 7370 or email


National Tree Day

Join the plant-out at Kororoit Creek’s Stepping Stones, Sunshine West, from 10am on Sunday, July 31. Meet at corner of Warmington Road and Morrison Crescent.

■ 0449 069 962,