In 2017, Able Australia celebrates its 50th Anniversary. From its humble beginnings in 1967 as an association for parents of children born deaf and blind through Rubella, it has grown into a diverse and dynamic […]
Dream Stitches began in 2003 at the Anglican Parish of Box Hill, offering sewing skills to Sudanese women who wanted to learn. Over the years the group has expanded to become a multicultural group of […]
Have you ever wondered what that bright star is called, twinkling majestically in the early evening sky? Do you want to recognise the shapes of the constellations? Then you may be interested in the Astronomical Society of Victoria. Anybody with a fascination for astronomy is welcome to join, and for a small fee, you get access to the whole Universe!
The University of the Third Age is an international organisation that employs a self-help model to provide affordable educational and social programs for seniors. Volunteer retirees share skills and knowledge garnered over a lifetime.
“Anyone remember the second verse?” The cry goes out to the group of grandparents holding hands in a circle with their grand kids. We are ‘doing’ action songs, but are struggling to remember the words of […]
The children from Camberwell South Primary School have been working very hard this year to produce some fantastic art work. The work will be on display at the Hawthorn Town Hall gallery space from August 1 […]
WAVERLEY Helpmates, a not-for-profit community based Supported Employment & Training Program located in Ashwood is celebrating 30 years of service in 2016. In October 1986, a group of forward-thinking community members established a new program […]
A stretch of Gardiners Creek south of Nettleton Park in Glen Iris was environmentally developed not by a local authority, but rather by members and friends of the Lions Club of Boroondara–Gardiners Creek. For one […]