Community day

Epping Bunnings is holding a community fun day on Saturday, March 17, 10am-noon. Featuring family-friendly activities, including face painting, giant bubble blowing and an Australian native plant display. At 310 Cooper Street.

■ 8401 7800


Women in the police force

Leading Senior Constable Sandy O’Connor will visit Lalor library on Thursday, March 8, to talk about her career and women in Victoria Police. At 2A May Road, 11am-noon

■ 9465 2353


Doco screening

See a free screening of the documentary Ka-Ching! Pokie Nation at Craigieburn library on Wednesday, March 21, from 6pm. At 75-95 Central Park Avenue. Booking essential.

■ 9205 2203


Latin night

Listen to Latin music and have a go at Latin dancing at Mill Park library’s Latin night on Thursday, March 15, 7.30-9.30pm. The event is part of Yarra Plenty Regional Library’s Libraries After Dark program. At 394 Plenty Road.

■ 9437 8189


Vietnamese cooking

Enjoy a taste of Vietnamese culture at Thomastown library’s cultural diversity week event on Monday, March 19. The session will include a cooking demonstration by the Australian Vietnamese Women’s Association and a traditional Vietnamese costume show. At 52 Main Street, 10.30-11.30am.

■ 9464 1864


All For Kids Market

Browse the stalls at the All For Kids Market at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre, 35 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang, on Saturday, March 17, 9am-1pm. It will feature more than 50 stalls of pre-loved baby and kids clothes, prams, nursery furniture and everything in between. Entry costs $3 for adults.

■ 0404 869 472


Farmers market

Visit the Merrifield Farmers Market on Saturday, March 10, 8.30am-12.30pm, to browse stalls from some of the best local food producers. At the corner of Balmain Road and St Georges Boulevard.


Volunteer youth mentors

Raise Foundation is seeking mentors from Whittlesea and Hume to work with high school students for two hours a week during terms two and three. Mentors need to be aged 21 or more and have a genuine interest in working with young people.



Introduction to social media

Learn more about using social media at Thomastown Neighbourhood House’s introductory course on Fridays, 10am-noon, throughout March. The course starts on March 8. At 52 Main Street.

■ 8376 6939