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Hello October!

October 1, 2021 in News

Spring is in the air and although we are a bit limited in what we can do at the moment, it doesn’t mean that we can’t get outside and enjoy all the beauty that spring has to offer. 

So, this month we have put together a great list of activities to be enjoyed both outdoors and indoors, for you and your family to enjoy this month. 

Enjoy! 

 

Lynbrook Community Centre Community Meals

When: Every Friday
Where: 2 Harris Street, Lynbrook

Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Cost: Free

Lynbrook Community Centre welcomes anyone to come along for some good company and a free nutritious meal, every Friday evening! 

This community meal program is in partnership with Casey ADRA Cafe, meaning there are plenty of delicious menu options. Come along and enjoy a COVID safe meal, or sign up as a volunteer as a way to give back to our incredible community. Additional support is also available to those struggling in these troubling times. 

Make sure to book your place so you don’t miss out!

For more information, visit: https://www.casey.vic.gov.au/events/lynbrook-community-centre-community-meal 

 

Bunjil Place Presents: Truth To Power Cafe

When: October 1st – October 31st

Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Cost: Free 

Where: Online screening and streaming

Join in for a special premiere screening, live discussion and free streaming service of the Bunjil Place Truth to Power Cafe, this October! 

As part of the City of Casey’s Ageing Positively Festival, earlier this year community members from Narre Warren were asked to share who has power over them and what they wish to say to them. These unique stories were filmed and are told through memoir, poetry, image, music and film in this internationally acclaimed digital theatre event.

These inspiring tales tell a story of our incredibly diverse and wonderful community and speak passionately from the truths of their lived experiences. 

You don’t want to miss this powerful and heartfelt performance. For more information, visit:  https://www.bunjilplace.com.au/truth-to-power-café 

 

Online Q&A: Practice, Persistence, And Plans: How To Build A Creative Life 

Where: Online via Casey Cardinia Libraries

When: Tuesday, 5th October

Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Cost: Free

Writers Victoria has brought together some of the state’s greatest and most reputable writers to bring you a night filled with discussion and inspiration. 

Budding writers know in order to be a writer, you only have to do one thing – write. However, with the world around us being continuously unpredictable and our lifestyles only getting busier, it can be difficult to find the creative space to do so. 

Luckily, Casey Cardinia Libraries have gathered three very different writers with very different approaches to their careers and writing, to answer all your questions about their life alongside career management and maintaining a work-life balance. 

Kate Mildenhall, Hoa Pham and Ingrid Laguna are going to discuss how they carve out precise and thoughtful time for their art and will guide you in tailoring a creative practice to suit your life.  

To book your spot head to: https://events.ccl.vic.gov.au/event?id=4801 

 

Friday Night Dinner From Thai Cottage

Where: 20 High Street, Cranbourne

Time: 5:00pm – 10:00pm
          Tuesday – Sunday

Everybody loves takeout on a Friday, especially when it’s from Thai Cottage Cuisine!

Located around the corner from Eliston Estate, this authentic Thai establishment is well recognised by locals for its affordable and delicious food. 

The expansive menu is filled with fresh food and lots of flavour! The homemade wontons are very popular amongst locals, along with their stand-out Green Curry that brings loyal returning customers from far and wide.

There is something for everyone at Thai Cottage, making for an easy, happy family dinner. 

For full menu and ordering, head to: https://thaicottage.webs.com    

Sports and Activities at Casey Fields

Where: 160 Berwick-Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East, VIC

With restrictions now easing a little in Victoria, we can now enjoy a little more of our fantastic local sports and play amenities. 

With playgrounds now open for children under 12, along with basketball hoops, skate parks and outdoor exercise equipment, there has been no better time to use your four hours of exercise with some added fun. 

We recommend taking advantage of the play space and village green, the elite sporting fields and athletic tracks, tennis and netball courts, as well as the cycling and walking trails.

Don’t forget to check the website however, for the latest updates regarding restrictions. 

For more information, visit: https://www.casey.vic.gov.au/facilities-hire/casey-fields 

 

 

ScienceWorks At Home

Where: Online

Time: Accessible at all hours

You can’t make it to the Museum, so let the Museum come to you! 

Popular science and technology museum Scienceworks is the go-to destination for curious minds of all ages. The modern interactive exhibitions give young people a place to play with science and understand the mysteries of the universe and our everyday lives. Although we can’t stroll through the exhibitions in real life, you and the family have the opportunity to take virtual tours, hear from museum experts and dive into learning resources from the comfort of your own home! 

Get your creative juices flowing with fun facts and project ideas, get inspired by a range of family-friendly activities, explore the museum through mini-websites, or master an online puzzle that has been transformed from their much loved collection items. 

Expand your knowledge and have fun whilst doing it!

For further information, head to: https://museumsvictoria.com.au/scienceworks/at-home/ 

Bendigo Discovery Centre: Bloom & Blossom

Where: Online and in your backyard! 

We are now well into spring, and it is the perfect time to dig out those gardening gloves and get into the backyard. 

Bendigo Discovery Centre is bringing you Bloom & Blossom, a series of outdoor experiments for you to do this October! This workshop is designed to encourage kids to learn more about the world around them from within their yards, but all ages are welcome. 

Learn all about Capillary Action, Transpiration, and so much more. It is a great way to have some fun in the sun, as well as being a powerful way to connect and empower Victorian communities through inclusive experience, to create a sense of belonging for all Victorians.  For further information, head to: https://www.together.vic.gov.au/science-technology/bendigo-discovery-centre-presents-bloom-blossom