Kew Neighbourhood Learning Centre is once again opening it's doors to the Boroondara community.
Our Sparechair cafe will be open and serving delicious food and wine, there will be a yummy BBQ (Gold coin donation), Face painting, balloon making and our wonderful tutors will also be there to answer any questions you may have about the programs we run.
Please come and join us for a night filled with music, food and lots of fun!
When it comes to aged care, every person and every family is unique.
It may be that both your parents simply want to move from the family home into low-level care. Or you may face a more challenging situation where, for example, your mother requires dementia care but doesn’t want to be separated from your father.
Millennium Aged Care understand your unique needs. This seminar can provide valuable insight into the different options available, and what is best fitted for your situation. You may be looking for guidance now, or simply be interested in knowing the options available for future reference.
When: Tuesday 20 March 2018
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Where: 294 High Street Kew, VIC 3101
Bookings are essential, there are limited places available.
RSVP via email by Monday 12 March 2018, to our Communications Coordinator, Chelsea - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Light refreshments will be provided.
As part of the 2018 Kew Festival, we are running the Highbury Common Makers' Market on Saturday 17 March, 10am-3pm.
The day will also include live music, kids' activities, food stalls, barista coffee, and more!
Applications for market stall-holders are now open: https://tinyurl.com/highbury-common-market. Applications close on 17 February.
For more information, please contact the Kew Baptist Church office:
email@example.com, (03) 9853 3292.
More details will be announced in the coming weeks!
MCINTYRE LECTURE by Professor Andrew J. May
The Kew Historical Society is pleased to announce that Andrew J May, Professor in the School of Historical & Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne, will present the 2018 McIntyre Lecture during the Kew Festival.
As a social historian, Professor May has published widely on the social experience and cultures of the Australian city - including Melbourne Street Life (1998), Espresso! Melbourne coffee stories (2001), and The Encyclopedia of Melbourne (2005). He is the Historian member on the Victorian Heritage Council.
Ugo Catani’s A Summer Shower in Collins Street, 1889, will set the scene for Professor May’s invitation to walk the streets of Melbourne, imagine the everyday past, and see the urban landscape with new eyes. For artists and historians, the street frames the ever-changing throng of the wealthy and down-andout, the passers-by, shoppers, idlers, hawkers, larrikins, prostitutes, custodians and law-breakers.
It is the stage of ritual, procession and protest and the site of proud architecture, fine trees and public utilities. And it also has its hazards. In the lecture, Professor May will discuss the growth and transformation of a great Australian city and the balance between the need for public order and the democratic right to public space.
Date: Wednesday 14 March 2018
Time: 7.30pm for 8.00pm
Venue: ‘Just Theatre’, Kew Court House, 188 High Street, Kew, 3101
A limited number of seats will be available, so bookings are essential.
Boys and girls between 2 and 7, bring your favourite Teddy Bear and afternoon tea for a fun picnic. You will enjoy the teddy bear parade, story time, dancing, craft, and face painting. Mum and dad, don't forget the teddy bear and afternoon tea for the little one. Refreshments are available for adults! Book your ticket now for just 5$!
A day of yoga, Pilates, fitness related sessions and wellness related talks and education - all supplied by your local health and wellness businesses. Chat first hand with the gurus and learn more about how with their help you can flourish into a better version of yourself.
Thousands of titles with a wide selection of non-fiction, including travel guides, biographies, self-help manuals, craft, gardening, history and psychology books, as well as adult and teenage fiction.
Most books $1 or $2 and children’s picture books three for $1. Proceeds assist the work of the Kew Historical Society and the library.
We welcome donations of saleable books of any kind at the Phyllis Hore Room on Saturday May 20 between 11:00am and 1:00pm
To arrange drop-off of donations please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2CEC9hx
Come and help us celebrate the festive season with a hit of tennis and a bite to eat.
See invite for RSVP details or email email@example.com
Let us know how many kids are coming because Santa will be bringing gifts! Spread the love and share with your friends - everyone welcome.
About North Kew Tennis Club
Situated amongst beautiful leafy parklands of Kew, the North Kew Tennis Club is a vibrant and exciting club for all lovers of tennis!
The North Kew Tennis Club boasts 4 floodlit synthetic clay tennis courts, recently upgraded in 2011.
Our clubhouse includes mens, ladies and disabled changing rooms, toilets, showers, kitchen with fridge, oven, microwave, drinks machine and television.
Outdoor entertainment area includes tables, chairs, garden, BBQ and childrens' playground.
The clubhouse is available for hire to members for private functions.
Date: Wednesday 8 November 2017 Time: 8.00pm
Venue: Phyllis Hore Room, Kew Library, Civic Drive, Kew, 3101
Alfred Fuller was born in Kelvedon, Essex in 1845, the son of a brewer. He studied organ building in London with G.M. Holdich and gained further experience in America before his arrival in Melbourne in 1872.
Join us at Kew Toy Library's annual fundraising Event 'Melbourne Cup on Trikes' at the Kew Traffic School.
Bring your own trike, bike or scooter (and helmet). There will also be a range of wheels from Kew Toy Library there to use on the day. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2lhdKKK