Courses

Film Club – Term 4, 2021

The Fine Films are showing at the Warragul Cinema on a Monday evening at 7pm and a Wednesday at 11am and will commence on Monday evening, October 4th, subject to Covid regulations.Please be advised if there are changes to Covid-19 guidelines and we not able to attend the cinema, we will revert to Zoom meetings […]

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Art History and Gallery Tour – Term 4 2021

During Term 4, we will plan a visit to the Sale Gallery to see the Archibald exhibition.We will look at the paintings of Emma Minnie Boyd and her very talented family of artists in term 4.

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Mystery History – Term 4, 2021

Term 4 Mystery History.Another mixed bag of subjects for another term of Zooming.Don’t let Pandemic or Lockdown drag down your day – join us on Tuesday mornings at 10am in Term 4 for some ‘selections’ from my bag of tricks.We will talk about a condiment; some child actors; a famous couple from England’s recent past; […]

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Book Club – Term 4, 2021

During Term 4 we will continue reading and discussing the novels of Barbara Kingsolver and Robert Harris, as requested.We will add the novels of Anne Tyler to our reading list for Term 4.Anne Tyler, is a multi awarded, much loved American Novelist.Anne Tyler has written 28 novels, her most popular novels are, The Accidental Tourist, […]

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Remembering Melbourne – Beyond the Golden Mile Part 3 – Term 4, 2021

Remembering Melbourne beyond the golden mile part 3, will take us on a journey through the early North Western suburbs of Brunswick, Coburg, Flemington and Moonee Ponds, then to the Eastern suburbs of Kew, Camberwell, Hawthorn and Heidelberg.  We will visit Melbourne’s timeless Parks and Gardens, learn about the history of Melbourne University, and delve […]

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Book Club Term 3

During Term 3 we will be reading and discussing the novels of Barbara Kingsolver and Robert Harris.Barbara Kingsolver is a multi award American Novelist, essayist and Poet.Her work often focuses on topics of social justice and environmental biodiversity. Her Genre is Historical Fiction.Her most popular novels are The Poisonwood Bible, The Lacuna, Flight Behaviour and […]

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Remembering Melbourne Beyond the Golden Mile – Term 3

Term 3 2021 Thursdays at 10.00am REMEMBERING MELBOURNE BEYOND THE GOLDEN MILE This continuation from the Remembering Melbourne Course will explore the traditional ownership, the topography and the history of colonial settlement from the 1840s of the inner suburbs. This course will also present stories of colourful residents and significant buildings as we  follow the […]

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Cryptics Decrypted – Term 3

Tutor; John McKinnon This is an introductory stroll down the twisted path that is cryptic crossword solving – playing with words, thinking laterally, and relishing wit.  We start with the basics and build step-by-step towards more advanced concepts.  The aim is to demystify the dark arts of cruciverbalism but we will pause to savour some […]

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