• Rediscover the Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre
• Keilor Village Streetscape Upgrade - Official Launch
• Safety and the Enjoyment of your Neighbourhood
• Standup Comedy Gala: Multicultural Arts Victoria
Brimbank City Council’s newly revitalised Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre in Deer Park is hosting an Open Day and launching a Student Showcase Exhibition.
The event is a celebration in recognition of the Hunt Club’s transformation to expand the function of the Hunt Club to include both community and arts activities.
The Open Day provides an opportunity to experience the new feel at the centre and to learn about the full range of creative, recreational and learning activities and programs now available.
A sausage sizzle, vegetarian snacks, hot and cold drinks, art activities, face painting, music, door prizes and more will be available at no charge.
The expansion broadens the scope of what’s on offer and has created a space where the community can come together to meet, create, share arts, culture and wellbeing activities – and to celebrate the diverse backgrounds that make up the Brimbank community.
The Open Day will see the launch of the annual ‘Student Showcase’, an exhibition including artworks created by participants in art programs based at the Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre and Cairnlea Community Hub. The exhibition aims to inspire other community members to explore their creativity and develop an interest in the arts.
This year’s theme is ‘Belonging’ – the perfect anthem for the new space waiting to be rediscovered at the Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre.
Centres such as the Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre are part of the Neighbourhood House Network and this year’s Neighbourhood House Week runs from 8 to 14 May, in Victoria.
Celebrate the recent completion of the $975,000 Keilor Village Streetscape Upgrade. The project has improved access for pedestrians and added more seating and informal outdoor dining spaces.
Other improvements include water sensitive design and increased plantings of trees and flowering plants. The event supported by the Keilor Village Traders will feature face-painting and storytelling from 2 - 4pm.
You can also grab some ‘Keilor Cash’ to support local businesses (limited vouchers available) and see what the village traders have to offer.
Share your thoughts and ideas with Council for an update of two local laws: the General Local Law and the Domestic Animal Management Plan.
These documents set out policies and regulations so that the community can enjoy local neighbourhoods, main streets and public places.
To provide feedback you can either; fill in a quick survey (available at Council facilities), have your say online or stop by any of the drop in sessions:
Feedback and forms must be provided by Friday 9 June. For more information, please see our Have Your Say section.
Multicultural Arts Victoria’s Stand-up Comedy Gala has some of the best comedians who call Australia home making astute observations about what it’s like to live in multicultural Australia.
The gala will see some of the best comedians, including Sami Sha, Dilruk and Diana Nguyen take a satirical look at what it’s like to live in multicultural Australia.
There will be no charge for family swims at Brimbank Leisure Centres this Mother’s Day Sunday 14 May. Two adults and up to three children can swim from 10am to 4pm, so pack your bathers, a healthy family lunch and enjoy a family outing at the pool!
The Mayor, Cr John Hedditch has called a Special Meeting of Council. The purpose of the meeting will be to endorse the Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 and Draft Annual Budget 2017/2018 (including Draft Long Term Financial Plan 2017-2027 and Draft Rating Strategy 2017/2018) for consultation, as required by sections 125 and 127 of the Local Government Act 1989.
The meeting is open to the public and community members are welcome to attend.
Ordinary Council Meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month (except December). Meetings are open to the public and meeting agenda and minutes can be found at Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes.
Brimbank City Council is offering more and more online services. By registering an account you will create your own personal dashboard for easy pre-populated access to a range of services.
Whether it’s lodging a service request, paying your rates, paying your pet registration, or submitting a planning application you’ll get what you want done easier and faster on the Brimbank website. To register, please visit brimbank.vic.gov.au.