Great way to get moving

Sunbury Community Health is offering free Tai Chi on the Village Green. Bernadette Segrave, who was a participant in last year’s popular lunchtime sessions, continued training with Arthritis Victoria and is now a bona fide Tai Chi leader. Bernadette will help lead Tai Chi on the Green this year, together with Jacquie Blight from Sunbury Community Health.

 

Songs of life

Discover the power and pleasure of using rhymes, songs and stories to help with everyday life through Cobaw Community Health’s children’s program at Woodend library. Starts tomorrow (Wednesday), 10-11.30am. Suitable for children up to the age of four.

■ 5421 1666

 

Makers market

A boutique makers market featuring homemade and handmade products from the Macedon Ranges and further afield will be held at Hanging Rock Reserve, South Rock Road, Woodend, on Sunday, October 30, 9am-2pm. Entry costs $5.

 

Free immunisations

The next scheduled children’s immunisation session is the first Thursday of the month, November 3, 9.15am-10.30am, at Gisborne, Kyneton and Woodend. Sessions are also held in Riddells Creek and Romsey on the third Tuesday of the month.

■ 5422 0333

 

Music changes tracks

Kyneton Museum’s latest exhibition Changing Tracks starts November 4. It showcases recorded music in many different forms throughout the ages; from wax cylinders to vinyl records, cassette tapes, to the iPod and digital downloads. Open 11am-4pm, Friday to Sunday.

■ 1300 888 802
Market to market

Sunbury Village Market at the Village Green is on again on November 12. There’s a great range of craft stalls, picture framing, sewing machine repairs and children’s entertainment. New stalls welcome.

■ 0400 907 793

 

Festival of gardens

This year’s Garden DesignFest will showcase open gardens over two weekends in November, with those in the Macedon Ranges being open on the weekend of November 19 and 20.

www.gardendesignfest.com.au

 

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