Air display

The Air Force’s premier aerobatic team, the Roulettes, will be performing an interactive display at the RAAF Museum, Point Cook on Sunday, April 17, from 1pm.


Biggest Morning Tea

The Werribee Central Tennis Club is holding its 19th Ladies Round Robin Tournament in conjunction with the Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on May 26 from 9.30am. Cover charge of $5 includes tennis followed by morning tea, at Galvin Park Sports Complex, 95 Shaws Road, Werribee.

■ Megan 0428 138 492 or Dianne 0438 329 435


Car boot sale

Grab a bargain on the lawn of the Werribee Church of Christ, 200 Tarneit Road, Werribee, on April 16, 9am-2pm.

■ Garry, 0406 167 884 or 9741 6051


English tutors wanted

AMES Australia Werribee needs volunteers for one or two hours a week to help new arrivals learn English. Free training provided.

■ Katherine, 8744 0011 or email


Sing your heart out

Werribee Community Singers are an acapella group looking for new members. The group meets at Guide Hall, Powell Street, Hoppers Crossing, on Wednesdays from 7-9pm. The first two weeks are free of charge. No auditions are required.

■ Helen, 0407 493 065 or email


Werribee Mansion run

The MyPhysio Werribee Mansion Run will be held on Sunday, April 24, from 8.30am, with runs over 21.1 kilometres, 10 kilometres and 5.5 kilometres, a walk/run over 3.5 kilometres and a kids dash of 1.2 kilometres. The event starts and finishes on the lawns of Werribee Mansion at K Road.

■ 0448 854 146 or email


Learn Maltese

Registrations are being taken for Maltese language classes for adults in Werribee, Sydenham, Melton and Mill Park. All classes, started April 11, will run from 6.30-8.30pm. Limited places available.

■ Mark, 0400 307 945 or email


Internet for seniors

Free basic computer and internet training for Wyndham residents aged 50 and older. The classes run every Sunday from 1-3pm at 15 Perkins Avenue, Hoppers Crossing.

■ Vic, 0433 934 425 or 9748 4098