Meet fellow locals keen on fruit and vegetable gardening at the Hume home harvest produce swap at Tullarmarine library, Wednesday, May 24, from 1-2pm. Bring along your excess fruit and vegetables, herbs, seedlings and eggs to share. At 58 Spring Street.
■ 9356 6966
De-clutter your home
Join eco-organiser Tanya Lewis for tips on how to de-clutter and sort and organise every room in your house. She’ll be at the Fountain View room at the City of Whittlesea offices, 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang, on Wednesday, May 24, from 6.30-8.30pm, Bookings essential by Friday, May 19.
■ 9401 0579
Join the Whittlesea Reconciliation Group on Friday, May 26, to mark National Sorry Day. The event will include the annual sorry walk and a reconciliation fire ceremony. At the Great Hall at Whittlesea council’s offices, 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang.
■ 9217 2159
Thomastown Neighbourhood House is offering free English classes for asylum seekers on Mondays and Fridays from 10am-12.30pm. At 52 Main Street, Thomastown.
■ 8376 6939
Opera Australia will bring its new show, The Magic Flute, to Mill Park library on Saturday, May 27. The show follows the journey of four young people as they discover their own strengths and weaknesses. At 394 Plenty Road, from 10-11am.
■ 9437 8189
Biggest Morning Tea
Help raise money for the Cancer Council by joining the Thomastown library and Thomastown Neighbourhood House Biggest Morning Tea on Tuesday, May 23, 10am-noon. At 52 Main Street.
■ 8376 6939
Walk to school
Children are being encouraged to hit the pavement on Friday, May 19, for National Walk Safely to School Day. The day encourages children to lead healthier, more active lifestyles by simply including a walk in each day.
Join in National Simultaneous Storytime at Craigieburn library, 75-95 Central Park Avenue, on Wednesday, May 24, from 11am-noon for a reading of The Cow Tripped over the Moon.
■ 9356 6980