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What's happening in Brimbank: April

Want stuff to do? We've got stuff to do for you!


Entertainment For the Kids!

National Youth Week at Visy Cares Hub
As part of National Youth Week Brimbank Youth Services is having a major gathering involving a fashion show, launch of a music and dance video, live music and much more.

Head on over to Visy Cares Hub for the whole deal!

  • Saturday 18 April 2015, 1pm - 5pm
    Visy Cares Hub
    80b Harvester Road
    Sunshine VIC 3020
    9091 8200


Easter School Holidays - You can never be too prepared!
That's where Brimbank Libraries can help you out with a bunch of fun activities right throughout the holidays.

From Wildlife Works, to Aussie Animal Craft Activities, Energy Workshops, and Video Game Tournaments....it's all happening at Brimbank Libraries!

Get more details or make a booking online.

 

Storytime in the Park - Last One!
Our sweries of Storytime in the Park is almost over Don't miss enjoying storytime and fun activities in one of Brimbank’s beautiful Buckingham Reserve. Children of all ages welcome.

Bring a rug, hat, sunscreen and morning snack. Starts at 10.30am.

  • Tuesday 14 April: Buckingham Reserve

 

Energy for Kids!
Introduce your children to different types of energy with engaging energy activities. Come and see the Power Rangers in action; enjoy a fun, hands on, interactive and educational session which will encourage creative thinking in children. Booking required. Contact our Environment Department on 9249 4700.

  • Thursday 9 April, 11am - 1pm
    Deer Park Library
    Cnr Neale and Station Roads
    Deer Park


Health and Welbeing, Mind and Body

Tai Chi, Pilates, Yoga, Relaxation Techniques and Mediataion/Stress Management Classes
Our community centres and neighbourhood houses run a number of  yoga, pilates, Tai Chi, and relaxation classes starting in April to help you de-stress and improve your fitness. Classes are from beginner to advanced and focused on improving your health and strengthening your body and mind. Bookings are required and prices are very affordable.

Visit our community centres page to see what's on offer and more information.

 

Walking Group
Meet some local residents of Derrimut while enjoying a gentle walk through the neighbourhood.


Arts Classes at The Hunt Club Community Arts Centre - Term 2 Enrolments are open! 

Class sizes are small and fees kept to a minimum. Fee discounts are available for concession card holders

For enrolment forms and course information see our Hunt Club Community Arts Centre - Arts and Culture Courses webpage.

Hunt Club Community Arts Centre
775 Ballarat Road
Deer Park 3023
Ph: 9249 4600
Email: huntclubarts@brimbank.vic.gov.au

Want stuff to do? We've got stuff to do for you!

Business Seminars

If you're a new business owners in Brimbank register for these valuable and insightful seminars to understand the basics of running a successful business.

Places are limited so register now for the events at the Brimbank City Council Business website or phone Council’s Economic Development Unit on 9249 4413


Marketing Basics Seminar
Make your marketing stand out and measure its success. The seminar demystifies the marketing process and guides you through the steps to create a sound marketing budget and plan. From traditional activities to the latest in online marketing, the seminar will enable you to develop an effective marketing strategy.


Small Business Counselling
If you're a micro-business operator with an ABN, you can receive a 30 minute session with an experienced Business Counsellor from the Business Enterprise Centre at Kangan Institute. Business Counsellors provide general business advice and guidance. Bookings are required. Tel. 9094 3008.

 

Business Breakfast
The Business Breakfast is primarily a networking event for local businesses and like-minded people to grow their business through information, inspiration and networking.

Guest speaker Carman's Fine Food founder, Carolyn Creswell is an inspirational leader whose success proves that one can run a multinational business and still have a genuine work life balance.


Go Online – A Start-up Guide for Business Seminar
Being online has never been so important. This seminar guides you through the essential steps to take advantage of being online, from setting up a website to dealing with suppliers, engaging with customers via social media and putting an e-commerce framework in place.


Register now at the Brimbank City Council Business website or phone Council’s Economic Development Unit on 9249 4413.