Super trivia night
Dress up as your favourite superhero, grab the family and head to Craigieburn library on Thursday, October 25, for a Halloween trivia night. At 75-95 Central Park Avenue, 6.30-7.30pm. Bookings required.
■ 9356 6980
In tune with seniors
Celebrate Seniors Week at Broadmeadows library on Wednesday, October 10, with a performance by Me ’n’ Me Mates. The group performs traditional and contemporary Australian songs. At 1093 Pascoe Vale Road from 10.30am-noon. Bookings required.
■ 9356 6900
Meet other locals keen on fruit and vegetable gardening at Tullamarine library’s produce swap on Wednesday, October 24, 1-2pm. Bring your excess fruit, vegetables, herbs, seedlings, seeds, eggs or clippings to share. At 58 Spring Street.
■ 9356 6966
Be scam savvy
Consumer Affairs will visit Mill Park library on Monday, October 15 to speak with older residents about scams. At 394 Plenty Road, 1-2pm. Bookings required.
■ 9437 8189
Head to Whittlesea library on Friday, October 12, for a seniors high tea. At 57-61 Laurel Street, 1.30-3pm.
■ 9716 3028
Snapshot of Lalor
Gain an insight into the make-up of Lalor at Lalor library’s profile night on Tuesday, October 30, 5-6pm. Explore the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ community profile, changes over time and comparisons with the state and nation to learn more about Lalor. At 2A May Road. Bookings required.
■ 9465 2353
Free legal advice
Lawyers from Whittlesea Community Legal Centre will visit Thomastown library on Thursday, October 18, 10.30am-noon to provide free advice on legal issues such as making a will and power of attorney. Grab a free coffee from Expresso Legal while you chat. At 52 Main Street.
■ 9464 1864
Give indoor bowls a try at the Northern Indoor Carpet Bowls Tournament on Thursday, October 11, 9am-3pm at the Mill Park Basketball and Netball Stadium, Redleap Reserve, Mill Park. Open to people aged 55 and above who are interested in learning bowls. Cost $7.
■ 9407 5913
All-abilities play space
Learn more about the planned all-abilities play space at Mill Park Recreation Reserve at an information session on Thursday, October 11, 7-8.30pm. The initiative will be the first all-abilities space in Whittlesea. The session will be held at Mill Park library, 394 Plenty Road.
■ 9401 0587
Baby makes three
New parents are being encouraged to take part in Hume council’s Baby Makes Three program. The three-week program helps couples maintain healthy relationships after the birth of a baby. Mum, dad and baby attend a weekly, two-hour evening session. It starts on Thursday, October 11, at Elizabeth Drive Maternal and Child Health Centre, 27 Barrymore Road, Greenvale, from 6.30pm.
Have you thought about volunteering but are not sure where to start? Head to Hume council’s information session at Newbury Child and Community Centre, 440 Grand Boulevard, Craigieburn, on Thursday, October 18, at 10am.
An exhibition showcasing the community’s contributions to Whittlesea council’s Whittlesea 2040 time capsule is on display at The Great Hall at Whittlesea council, 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang until Friday, October 12. The exhibition includes photos, paintings and letters.