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The Gatherers

Artists Susan Hall and Meg Viney collect materials from the environment to create art about the natural world’s fragility.
There’ll be an opening event at 11am on Saturday 6 May.

  • Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre, corner Walker and Robinson streets, Dandenong. Thursday 4 May to Saturday 3 June. 11am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am to 3pm Saturdays.


The Eureka Project

Amanda Fewell has hand-embroidered and appliqued flags to reflect themes relating to Australian identity and Australian values.
There’ll be an opening event at 11am on Saturday 6 May.

  • Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre, corner Walker and Robinson streets, Dandenong. Thursday 4 May to Saturday 3 June. 11am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am to 3pm Saturdays.


Seniors meet

Hallam Senior Citizens Centre hosts carpet bowls, bingo, games, club room events and day tours.
New members are welcome.

  • Hallam Seniors Citizens Centre, 4 Princes Domain Place, Hallam. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Call Dorothy Mickelson on 9796 7580 for more information.


Library family fun

Playing with Lego, chess, puzzles and games together can improve literacy, numeracy, spatial awareness, socially appropriate behaviour and fair play.
A parent or carer must accompany children to this free activity. Sessions are not held during school or public holidays.

  • Springvale Library, 411 Springvale Road, Springvale. Saturdays, 11am to noon. Call 1300 630 920 for more information.


Environment Group

This community group formed in 1990 to increase local awareness about environmental issues and meets for water and bird watching.

  • Dandenong Wetlands, Stud Road, Dandenong North. First Sunday of each month, 9.30am. Call 8571 1702 for more information or to become a member.


Chinese Mandolin Music

Learn to play a mandolin for a $2 donation.

  • Springvale Neighbourhood House, 46-50 Queens Avenue, Springvale. Saturdays, 1pm to 3pm. Call 9548 3972 for more information.

 


Learn to lion dance

The lion dance is a traditional Chinese dance performed on big occasions, such as Chinese New Year, for good luck.

  • Springvale Neighbourhood House, 46-50 Queens Avenue, Springvale. Sundays, 1pm to 3pm. $2 per session. No bookings required. Call 9548 3972 for more information.

 

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