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Bookswap

Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House VIC Albion

Sunday September 1st
Community and food

Swap a favourite book for another!

Afternoon tea provided

Gold coin donation (Indigenous Literacy Foundation)

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Dates

  • Sunday September 1st

Times

2-4pm

Venue: Kororoit Creek Neighbourhood House

Location: 61A Selwyn Street, Albion VIC 3020

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Organiser: Brimbank City Council

Phone: 0448 074 204

Email: coordinator@kcnh.org.au

National eSmart Week: Pop in Scam Test

Raymond Terrace Library – Newcastle NSW Raymond Terrace

Sunday September 1st
Monday September 2nd
Tuesday September 3rd
Wednesday September 4th
Thursday September 5th
Friday September 6th
Saturday September 7th
Digital skills

One of our eSmart week events, pop into one of our library branches to test your eSmarts and find out if you are ‘scam safe’.  Take a 5-minute test and increase your awareness of online safety.

Ask about our free top ten checklist designed to make your online life safer and easy to manage.

When: from Sunday 1st September until  Saturday 7 September. Make sure your preferred branch is open the day you would like to pop in.

Where: All Newcastle Libraries

Cost: Free

No Bookings required, just drop in!

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Dates

  • Sunday September 1st
  • Monday September 2nd
  • Tuesday September 3rd
  • Wednesday September 4th
  • Thursday September 5th
  • Friday September 6th
  • Saturday September 7th

Times

Pop in - anytime the library is open

Venue: Raymond Terrace Library – Newcastle

Location: 18a Sturgeon Street, Raymond Terrace NSW 2324

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Create your own edible oasis

Farnham Street Neighbourhood Learning Centre VIC Flemington

Sunday September 15th
Health and wellbeing ,  Outdoor activities

Using an active learning approach, this workshop will give an introduction to permaculture design principles and outline how they can be applied to your own life and work.

This two-hour workshop is for anyone curious to find out more about Permaculture and trying to decide whether to take a more extensive course.

Register!

Cost = free

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Dates

  • Sunday September 15th

Times

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Venue: Farnham Street Neighbourhood Learning Centre

Location: 28 Farnham Street, Flemington VIC 3031

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Organiser: Farnham Street Neighbourhood Learning Centre

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/create-your-own-edible-oasis-tickets-64410315989

Email: contactus@mysmartgarden.org.au

Facebook

Devonport Online, Level 1, paranaple centre TAS Devonport

Sunday September 1st
Digital skills

Learn about technology for FREE during Adult Learners’ Week at Devonport Online

Heard about Facebook but not sure how to get started? Or perhaps you just want someone to show you some of the basics. Our friendly staff can help you to setup Facebook and learn how to use it.

Come along to our free workshop to learn more about Facebook, have a cuppa and meet some new people at the same time!

Bookings are essential.

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Dates

  • Sunday September 1st

Times

3pm - 5pm

Venue: Devonport Online, Level 1, paranaple centre

Location: 137 Rooke Street, Devonport TAS 7310

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Organiser: Devonport Online

Phone: 0444 525 434

Website: https://libraries.tas.gov.au/locations/Pages/Devonport-oac.aspx

Email: devonport.oac@education.tas.gov.au

The Wyndham Learning Festival

Sunday September 1st
Monday September 2nd
Tuesday September 3rd
Wednesday September 4th
Thursday September 5th
Friday September 6th
Saturday September 7th
Sunday September 8th
Arts and crafts ,  Community and food ,  Digital skills ,  General education ,  Health and wellbeing ,  Job skills ,  Life skills ,  Outdoor activities

This year is the fourth learning festival in our City of Wyndham which is now an annual event held each 1-8 September to coincide with the national celebration of Adult Learners Week.

During these eight days, there are over 100 free learning activities across the city for all ages, interests and abilities. The idea of the festival is to celebrate learning as a lifelong and enjoyable pursuit that enriches the lives of individuals and helps build a stronger more resilient and vibrant community. This year’s festival includes pyrography, African & Latin drumming, creative writing, Spanish, musical therapy, cooking, drawing, painting, lawn bowling, Refugee stories, Wyndham Pride photography exhibition, Burmese weaving, learning about Aboriginal culture, riverwalks and much much more!

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Dates

  • Sunday September 1st
  • Monday September 2nd
  • Tuesday September 3rd
  • Wednesday September 4th
  • Thursday September 5th
  • Friday September 6th
  • Saturday September 7th
  • Sunday September 8th

Times

Various times from 1-8 September.

Organiser: Wyndham Community & Education Centre

Phone: 9742 4013

Website: www.wynlearnfestival.org.au

Email: contact@wynlearnfestival.org.au

Corrigin learn to make a macrame plant hanger

Corrigin Community Resource Centre WA Corrigin

Sunday September 1st
Arts and crafts

The members of the Corrigin Community are putting on their creative hats, coming together to par-take in the art of knotting string in patterns to make decorative pieces. We will be making some beautiful Pot Plant Hangers.

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Dates

  • Sunday September 1st

Times

2pm - 4pm

Venue: Corrigin Community Resource Centre

Location: 55 Larke Crescent, Corrigin WA 6375

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Organiser: Corrigin Community Resource Centre

Phone: 08 9063 2778

Website: www.corrigin.crc.net.au

Email: corrigincrc@westnet.com.au

Self-government: Political cartooning

ACT Heritage Library ACT Fyshwick

Sunday September 1st
General education

Learn from Andrew Hore of ‘Funnyworks Oz’, a cartoonist and community program provider with over 20 years’ experience. Andrew will discuss the art of political cartoons and caricature and take you through the steps to create your own take home drawing.

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Dates

  • Sunday September 1st

Times

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Venue: ACT Heritage Library

Location: 255 Canberra Avenue, Fyshwick ACT 2609

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Organiser: Libraries ACT

Phone: 6205 9000

Website: https://www.library.act.gov.au/

Email: library.customerinfo@act.gov.au