G Workshops – Sunday 13th October 9am – 10.30am Short

Introduction To Belly Dancing

Start wiggling  those hips and join in this great fun workshop with Belly Dancing devotee for more than 10 years, Heather. You will get a brief history of its origins, and learn about the health benefits, followed by warm up exercises and be taught the basic movements, then cool down exercises.  A “coin” belt will Continue Reading

Encourage and Identify Birds in your Garden

Rose has been interested in birds since her childhood and in this workshop, she will share with you her knowledge of how to recognise different birds one is likely to encounter, including call, behaviour and nesting habits. You will also discover how to encourage birds into your garden and why they can be an important Continue Reading

A Look At Astrology

Monika is a professional astrologer with 20 years experience and this workshop will cover the basics of Astrology. The history and beginnings of Astrology ad the basic Sun and Moon sign interpretation. Come armed with your birthdate and if possible the time you were born if you are interested in what can be gleaned from Continue Reading


An authentic general-level yoga class, catering for all levels of experience and abilities. Led by Emily Eglitis physiotherapist and yoga teacher of ten years experience, this class incorporates the strength of Pilates principles, with the philosophy and challenge of Hatha Yoga. Please bring your Yoga mat, water Emily Eglitis is a Physiotherapist and Certified Yoga Continue Reading

Photographing Farms for Posterity

We will discuss how wide we need to spread our recording of farm life. Posterity – means “Future generations”, so I believe that our task is to provide a visual insight into the farming life of today that can be stored in a form that will last as long as possible. A close personal relationship Continue Reading

Self Compassion and Gratitude

The workshop will explore the importance of gratitude and self compassion in our everyday wellbeing.  It will provide an opportunity for you to start the morning with a guided meditation, have a little fun with gratitude and explore self compassion.  A workshop to start cultivating a more compassionate and grateful life. Suzie has extensive experience Continue Reading

All about Attitude T’ai Chi with Jen

All About Attitude - Simple Tai Chi to take into everyday routines Gentle facial – self care massage Wuji- releasing muscle tension, a body tune up Qigong – improving your circulation and balance Walking – Mindful walking Connecting these to everyday routines Jen began teaching Tai Chi 16 years ago. Her passion to continue learning Continue Reading

On the Tools with Rose Squire – Plumbing

Learn how to take apart a standard compression domestic tap, replace ‘O’ rings, washers and re-seating demonstrated.  Hands on workshop.  Also a demonstration of DIY stormwater pipes and fittings.  Cutting pipe, layout for stormwater, glue, safety. Wear solid closed in footwear and clothing suitable for hands on tool use. Rose Squire is a well- known Continue Reading

Gardening without Poisons

Organic solutions to weeds, pests and disease. Learn about organic treatments for weeds, pests and diseases to keep your garden healthy and productive. Amanda is a Landscape Designer and garden educator, trained in design, horticulture and permaculture.  She loves developing gardens that are productive, beautiful and biodiverse and teaching and inspiring others to do the Continue Reading

Property Transactions – Conveyancing Explained

When do you need a Conveyancer?  Transactions explained and the process required for transferring property. Q&A Welcome A conveyancer for 10+ years, Nicole is also a business owner, Mum to 3 kids, various interests including craft and sports. Presenter: Nicole Cleggett   Workshop (46)

Herbs, Varieties and Uses (Own Transport)

A discussion around the importance of using herbs in our everyday life. Try different varieties of culinary herbs and how they may be used and grown.  Sample herbal teas fresh from the garden and learn the medicinal benefits of some easy to grow herbs, plus how we can attract more beneficial insects and bees into Continue Reading

Warmed Up Creativity – Glass Flame Work Demonstration

Karyn from Artisans at Heart will demonstrate how she melts glass to make miniature vessels and sculptures using a gas torch and rods of coloured glass. Having lived in a small country town Karyn will also share her reflections on how community has benefitted from being involved in community art projects. www.facebook.com/Artisans-at-Heart Presenter: Karyn Bradford Continue Reading

Success in Succession

As a Family and Business adviser Jo will provide an introduction to what is Succession for the business person (family or non-family). In a relaxed and friendly environment, participants will look at where to start and why to undertake Succession. With group discussion and participation and looking at case studies, the aim is to improve Continue Reading

Silk Painting

Using specific paints for silk participants will paint 2 scarves. Explore colour, design, simple techniques.  No experience necessary. Helen has been painting silk, sewing art to wear clothing and teaching workshops since 1990. Presenter: Helen Moon   Workshop (42)

Chiffon Flower Brooch

In this workshop with Judith, you will learn the technique of proddy rugmaking (probably the oldest of the rag rug techniques) and use this method to make a chiffon flower, the resulting product makes a very attractive brooch or fascinator.  Judith Stephens is the President and Founder of the Australian Rugmaking Guild. Presenter : Judith Continue Reading

Empowering Employment (Own Transport)

This is an interactive workshop held at Maxima,19 Albyn Terrace, with experts in the field of employment services. You will learn how to improve your employability and explore ways to write cover letters, resumes, learn interview presentations skills and the importance of work place wellbeing. Presenters: Maxima Staff headed by James Wilson   Workshop (47)