Saltwater Community Centre, 153 Saltwater Promenade, Point Cook, will be hosting life drawing classes with a new professional model every Tuesday between November 1 and 29, 7-9pm. No experience necessary; basic materials provided. $15 per class, or $60 for group of five.
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007 Licence to Dance Party
Join in the fun with a DJ and mocktails for the 007 Licence to Dance Party, from 3-7pm, October 29, at the Youth Resource Centre, 86 Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing.
The drug and alcohol-free event is for youths aged 15-25.
Entry is $5.
■ Brett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to relax
Come along and learn mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga and relaxation in the Crossroads Uniting Church foyer, corner of Synnot Street and Duncans Road, Werribee, on November 1 from 7.30-8.30pm. Cost is $15 or $12 for concession. Bring a yoga mat and blanket.
■ Nadia, 0448 505 687 or email@example.com
Relay for Life
The Point Cook Relay for Life starts 3.30pm, November 12, and continues until 9.45am the next day at Featherbrook Oval, Whisper Boulevard, Point Cook.
■ Rowan, 1300 655 585 or firstname.lastname@example.org
National Mosque open day
The Virgin Mary Mosque will be hosting an open day on October 29 from 10am-4pm, 143a Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing. There will be a barbecue, jumping castle, face-painting, henna-designing, tours of the mosque and opportunities for Q&A with religious elders.
Refresher course for senior drivers
The next Senior Drivers Expo will be held on Saturday, November 26, from 9.45am at Hobsons Bay Council Civic Offices, 115 Civic Parade, Altona. The expo will include information about road laws, health and effects of medicines. Participants get a free and confidential driving assessment in their own car and an assessment of their car’s safety and roadworthiness. A free lunch is provided. Places are limited so booking is essential.
■ Leigh, 9315 9464
Game, set, match
Werribee tennis club invites all those interested in social tennis for all abilities to come along to Chirnside Park, Watton Street, Werribee, on Thursdays from 7pm. Cost is $10.
■ Trent, 0432 605 044
Lacrosse players wanted
Wyndham Warriors lacrosse club is looking for players for teams ranging from those for boys and girls through to sides for men and women.
MS volunteers needed
The Multiple Sclerosis Community Visitors Scheme is seeking male and female volunteers to join its visitors program in the Point Cook and Altona Meadows areas to talk to residents in aged-care centres.
■ Sue, 9845 2744 or email@example.com
The Zonta Club of Melbourne’s West provides opportunities to give back to the community, cultivate friendships, network, develop new skills and work on projects and fundraising with members from diverse professional and social backgrounds. Meetings are in Williamstown on the second Tuesday evening each month.
■ Debbie, 0418 178 143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Combined Probus Club of Wyndham provides fun, fellowship and friendship for retired or semi-retired adults. The club meets 1.30-3pm on the second Tuesday of the month at Kelly Park Community Centre, Werribee.
■ Noeline, 9741 0266
Craft folk show their wares
The 38th annual Werribee Craft Festival is on November 5 and 6 at Wyndham Civic Centre, 45 Princes Highway, Werribee, from 9am until 4pm both days. Free admission and parking. Enjoy children’s craft activities, roving entertainment, Devonshire teas and other tasty treats. More than 80 stalls will sell top-class crafts.
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