Group focus on men’s health
Men who haven’t exercised in a while are being encouraged to join a new group. Sunbury Community Health’s men’s exercise group allows men to work out in a safe, social and non-competitive environment under supervision of expert staff. The group exercises from 9.30-10.30am on Thursdays. Cost: $5
■ 9744 4455
Show up and shine
A car and motorcycle show and shine will be part of this year’s Lancefield Swap Meet. Automotive/motorcycle parts, collectables, tools and memorabilia will be available across hundreds of outdoor sites at Lancefield Park. Gates open 7.30am Sunday. Entry: $6, children under 16 free.
■ 5429 2249
What makes this frog growl?
Find out why frogs matter during a free talk by ecologist Andrew Hamer at Macedon Ranges council’s Gisborne office from 2pm this Saturday. Hamer will discuss the endangered growling grass frog and outline how the loss of a single species of frog can affect entire networks within nature. Bookings essential.
■ 5421 9674 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Make it to market
Pick up a bargain at the next Riddells Creek Farmers Market. It’s from 9am-1pm this Saturday at Riddells Creek Primary School, Main Street.
Bootloads of treasures
Book now for a place at Gisborne Uniting Church’s major car boot sale. Cost, $15 per site. Devonshire teas and a sausage sizzle will also be on offer at 23 Brantome Street, Gisborne from 9am-2pm on April 23.
■ 5428 2446 or 0405 876 198
Let the force be with you
Primary school-aged children are being invited to dress up as their favourite superheroes or villains for the next Sunbury Blue Light Disco. It’s at Sunbury Memorial Hall from 6-8pm on April 29. Entry: $7
■ 9744 8111
Cleary tackles violence
Football identity and anti-violence crusader Phil Cleary will speak at Sunbury’s Twilight School from 6pm on Wednesday, April 20. Rupertswood Mansion. Cost: $10
■ 9744 0085