Point Cook market
Come down to the Jamieson Way Community Centre, 59 Jamieson Way, Point Cook, on July 3, from 10am-2pm, and find stalls including crafts, jewellery, candles, food, and more. There will also be free face painting.
■ 9395 3777 or email email@example.com
B24 buffs call
Werribee Probus Club needs new male members, retired or semi-retired, with time to spare, to join the Werribee Probus club and help fill a void. Probus organises weekday bowls, special lunches, theatre nights, day tours, wine tastings, professional speakers for monthly meetings [fourth Monday of each month], as well as offering involvement in the B24 bomber restoration and Werribee Men’s Shed.
■ Jack or Noel, 9974 2227
Enjoy morning tea and the sounds of the Rockelles at Grange Community Centre, 260-280 Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing, on Tuesday, June 21, 10.30am-noon. Tickets cost $10, bookings essential.
■ 8742 8000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sunrise Women’s Group supports women living with a disability and/or mental health condition, aged 18 to 65. The group meets fortnightly on a Monday at the Iramoo Community Centre, Wyndham Vale, from 10.30am-2pm.
■ Lauren, 9689 9588 or email@example.com
A weekend festival, called simply Winter, will transform Werribee’s CBD on July 1 and 2. The festival, co-hosted by Wyndham Business and Tourism Association and Wyndham council, will feature street performers Born in a Taxi, acrobatic group Strange Fruit, family movies and evening arts experiences.
Build an oven … fill in time
The Iramoo Community Centre, 84 Honour Avenue, Wyndham Vale, is building a woodfire oven and needs all hands on deck to help. The last construction workshop will be on June 19, 10am-2pm. The centre is also creating a time capsule to commemorate the oven project and wants residents to bring down an item that can be stored in a plastic soft drink bottle or small plastic container. This can be a family memory, a picture your child may have drawn, a newspaper clipping, photos on a USB, etc.
■ 8742 3688
Soroptimist International is a global volunteer women’s service club for women and children. The group meets on the second Monday of each month at the Jamieson Way Community Centre.
■ Karen, 0419 426 274 or firstname.lastname@example.org