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Join us to celebrate the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea. All welcome—phone 9700 3789 to let us know you are coming. 

Thursday 19 May 2022, 11.00am-12.00pm 
All money raised goes to the Cancer Council fundraising appeal.


A social morning where you can enjoy a Devonshire tea and have a chat. Come along to a scone-making demonstration and see what your local neighbourhood house has to offer. Phone 9700 3789 to RSVP. 

Tuesday 10 May 2022, 10.30am—11.30pm 
Gold coin donation welcome—all money raised will go to the Cancer Council.


These workshops aim to improve personal financial knowledge and money management skills in order to assist in the prevention of financial stress for individuals and families. Topics include money management, saving, budgeting, bills and concessions, debt, free tax help, Centrelink, and rights and responsibilities.

TUESDAY 10.30am-12.00pm
10 May—17 May (2 weeks)
Cost: Free


Course Image How to Age Well

Learn how to boost your psychological and physical wellbeing as you age. Dr. Wells will lead this interactive discussion about healthy ageing, draw-ing on her expert knowledge and the latest research. Happy Aging! 

Presenter: Yvonne Wells, Professor of Aged Care Research, Latrobe University 

Friday 29 April 1.00pm-2.00pm 
Face-to-face or Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr



Course Image Mindfulness and Meditation: What do they actually do?

Witness an expert in psychological sciences answer seven vivid questions to understand mindfulness and meditation from his expertise. Join us to be amazed by what can you do for your mental wellbeing! 

Presenter: Associate Professor Nicholas Van Dam, Inaugural Director of the Contemplative Studies Centre and Associate Professor in the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne 

Monday 16 May 2.00pm-3.00pm 
Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr


Course Image Disability and NDIS' Role in Our Lives

Explore ways to include people with a disability and how NDIS supports them and their carer’s. Jo will provide insight into how NDIS meets the wellbeing needs of their community. 

Presenter: Jo Freeman, NDIS Community Development Coordinator in South Melbourne 

Monday 23 May 1.00pm-2.00pm 
Face-to-face or Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr


Learn mindfulness techniques from an internationally recognised expert. Professor Craig Hassed OAM, Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Medicine at Monash University, will guide you through simple steps to reduce stress and improve your wellbeing. At the completion of the workshop you will have the opportunity to participate in one of Professor Hassed’s top-ranked, online mindfulness courses: 

  1. 'Mindfulness for Wellbeing and Peak Performance': Learn mindfulness techniques to reduce stress and improve your wellbeing and work/study performance in this online course. 
  2. 'Maintaining a Mindful Life': Learn how to apply mindfulness techniques to improve your communication, relationships and emotional health. 

Presenter: Professor Craig Hassed OAM, Director of Education at the Monash Centre for Consciousness & Contemplative Studies (M3CS) 

Tuesday 7 June 6.00pm-7.00pm 
Face-to-face or Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr




Communication Skills for Wellbeing

Personal wellbeing concerns the role of interpersonal communication in quality of life. This one-hour free workshop teaches about the five keys to communication for better health. Dr Kars helps organisations and individuals communicate and negotiate better. Join us to have fun and invest in yourself.

Presenter: Dr Asli Kars, Behavioural Economist and Founder of Academy of Patterns, Corporate Training Company 

Wednesday 15 June 6.00pm-7.00pm 

Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr



Reflect on your experience practicing mindfulness. Join in the discussion facilitated by mindfulness expert Professor Craig Hassed. This is an op-portunity for those who participated in the Mindfulness workshop on 7th June to share their observations and ask questions. 

Presenter: Professor Craig Hassed OAM, Director of Education at the Monash Centre for Consciousness and Contemplative Studies (M3CS) 

Tuesday 5 July 6.00pm-7.00pm
Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr



Learn about the general challenges you may face as you move towards retirement and discuss strategies to over-come them. Ask any questions you may have. This session is for the prospective and already retirees. 

Presenter: Jodie Eastough, Senior Financial Planner, Eclipse Financial Management 

Tuesday 12 July 11.00am-12.00pm
Face-to-face or Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free 

Please RSVP to let us know you're coming: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr



Surround yourself by sound and vibration and enter a deep state of relaxation. Focus attention, and connection to yourself and your spirit through being in brain wave states that induce rejuvenation. Join us for this experience! 

Note: It is best for attendees to bring their own mats or blanket to lay on, they may also like to bring a small pillow and/or scarf to cover their eyes, however not compulsory. 

Presenter: Nicole Sultana, Spiritual Carer, Royal Melbourne Hospital and North Western Mental Health 

Wednesday 20 July 6.00pm-7.00pm 
Face-to-face or Zoom session: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86723228319
This workshop is free

Book now. Places are limited: http://evite.me/wBHFpjxyyr




Discover the world of papercraft and enjoy making handmade greeting cards. You will be shown the basics and learn techniques to make cards with fellow crafters. 

FRIDAY 10.00am-12.00pm
3 Jun—17 Jun (3 weeks)
Cost: $20.00 (includes all materials) 

Proudly supported by City of Casey Winter Arts Festival. 

Includes topics such as getting to know your camera; understanding the main controls on your camera (DSLR) and their functions; changing the settings and shooting in different modes; and basic photography terms such as aperture, shutter and ISO setting. Learn techniques and tips with lighting, contrast, composition and using different settings and filters to take great photos. What to bring: Notepad and pen, fully charged camera, and instruction manual. Proudly supported by City of Casey Winter Arts Festival. 

TUESDAY 10.00am-12.00pm
7 Jun—21 Jun (3 weeks)
Cost: $20.00 


In this 2 week workshop you will learn how to make your own dyes using items from nature such as gum leaves, flowers and tea. The workshop will focus on application of the leaves to create organic art pieces. By the end of the workshop you will have a beautiful scarf hand-printed by you. All materials provided.

THURDAY 10.00am-12.00pm
2 Jun—9 Jun (2 weeks)
Cost: $40.00 

Proudly supported by City of Casey Winter Arts Festival. 

Beeswax food wraps are a sustainable eco-friendly way to replace plastic cling wrap. Make your own beeswax wraps in this workshop. They are reusable, washable and breathable to keep food fresher for longer. 

All materials supplied and you will make 2 beeswax wrappers. 

THURSDAY 10.00am-12.00pm
23 Jun (1 week)
Cost: $15.00 

Proudly supported by City of Casey Winter Arts Festival. 



Python is a flexible, general-purpose programming language. It is one of the main programs used by coders, governments and businesses. Learning Python will open up great career opportunities in the IT field. This course will focus on an introduction and the basics of Python coding. This is a Learn Local endorsed course. 

MONDAY 9.30am-12.30pm
9 May—20 Jun (6 weeks)
No class 13 Jun
Cost: $20.00  


An all abilities series of art workshops where participants will use mindful, reflective and sensory activities to create expressive art. A great way to relax and de-stress and be in the moment. Art practices may include journalling, poetry, collage, painting and drawing. All materials provided. Bookings essential—phone 9700 3789. Proudly supported by City of Casey. 

THURSDAY 10.30am-1.30pm
2 June —23 Jun (4 weeks)
Cost: Free 


Course Image Creative Art Class

Experiment with different art techniques and mediums including acrylic paint, watercolour paint, print making, charcoal and pastel, mixed media art and fabric art. Produce an interesting new piece of art each week and learn some new art skills. Suitable for all levels. All materials provided.  

THURSDAY 12.30pm-2.30pm

28 Apr—23 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: $80.00 for 10 weeks or casual $10.00 per class 

Our Community garden is one of two local community gardens that is involved in Food From Home’s Seed Library Project. This will see our garden have the opportunity to create a great bank of seeds for local community gardeners to use for years to come. Stay tuned for seed swap dates. This is a time you can come up to the garden and swap seeds or even seedlings so you have a range of flowers and produce growing in your garden. 

Course Image Garden Workshops

The mornings are getting darker as the Summer has bid us goodbye and the crisp Autumn days come in. Time to ensure your garden beds are well fed so the next season of planting produces a good harvest. Check out our helpful workshops that are sure to help your garden grow and save on those increasing produce prices in the supermarket. 


How to make your garden grow 

Tuesday 10 May 10.00-11.30am 

Our much awaited workshop that has had many delays yet will be worth the wait. A great workshop looking at all the top tips to help you start your garden or make it blossom even more. 

Join us as we take a look at ways to successfully graft and grow plants from cuttings. See the many ways you can grow a garden that is achieva-ble on any scale. Bring your questions and we’ll explore the answers. 


After harvest—Cooking ideas for your produce 

Tuesday 24 May 10.00-11.30am 

Often we grow a range of produce but limit ourselves to a few ideas or have no idea of what to do with it at all? Explore a range of quick, easy and tasty meals that you can make with your own home grown produce. A fantastic session that is sure to get your taste buds going. 


Note: These dates are subject to COVID restrictions in accordance to permitted gatherings and numbers at the time of the event. All participants will need to be fully vaccinated. Bookings will be essential for workshops. 

All events for the garden are held at the Community Garden located at 11 Hellyer Way Endeavour Hills. The venue is equipped with heating/cooling, tea and coffee making facilities and toilets. Everyone welcome. For more details contact the Centre or Kim at community_garden@ehillsnc.org.au 

Course Image Individual or Communal Plots

Individual or Communal plots 

Don’t have enough room in your own garden or would like to grow some vegetables, herbs, fruits or flowers but would like to do so with someone else? Contact Kim at community_garden@ehillsnc.org.au for more details on how you can get involved in a plot. 

Course Image Garden Group

Garden Group: Tuesday 9.30-11.30am 

Like to know more about gardening or wish to share your experience with others? Come along to Garden Group and you’ll get all this and more. 

Held at our Community Gardens at 11 Hellyer Way (located just behind the Uniting Church), the group runs from 9.30-11.30am. 

Bring your garden gloves, to enjoy a morning of gardening, sharing of ide-as and a well deserved cuppa. 

Rest assured, if you need a little respite from the weather be it too warm or cold, we can still gather in the comfort of our adjoining portable room. 

Course Image Be Connected - Tech Sessions

Want to know more about your smart phone or tablet? These one-on-one half hour appointments are designed to help you with questions you may have about your personal devices, how to use them and how to make the most out of the functions available. Our tutor can help you with simple questions and problems or more advanced queries. 

WEDNESDAY Appointments available between 9.30am-12.00pm
Phone 9700 3789 to book an appointment time.
Cost: Free 

Course Image Internet Computer Club

Get together with other people who share your interest in computers and the Internet. This is an informal group for people who have basic computer knowledge, and would like to socialise while exploring new computer programs and functions and extend their computer know how. 

THURSDAY 9.45am-11.45am

28 Apr—23 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: $3.00 per week 

Course Image Internet Basics and Beyond

In a small group setting, learn how to set up an email, browse the internet, use Facebook and Skype, get tips about online safety and much more. Suitable for people who have completed one of our computer classes or have some computer experience. 

TUESDAY 10.00am-12.00pm

26 Apr—21 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: $3.00 per week 

1pm-5pm, 4th Saturday of every month 

Boomerang Bags is a community initiative where volunteers make reusable bags from recycled fabric and provide them to the community as a sustainable alternative to plastic bags. Help make bags at the fortnightly sew-ing bees. Tasks include cutting materials, ironing, screen printing and sewing. All ages welcome and no experience required. Free event. No bookings need-ed. Enquiries - Amanda on 0422 529 573 or BBEndeavourHills@gmail.com

Course Image Craft and Chat Zoom Group

This friendly group is open to all whatever your art/craft skill level. Zoom in to chat while you work on your own craft projects. Share ideas, enjoy a chat and laugh in this social group. Zoom link will be sent upon enrolment. 

FRIDAY 10.00am-12.00pm

29 Apr—24 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: $3.00 per week 


Craft and chat the night away with like-minded people. Join in if you would like some company, just Zoom in on your phone or device. Sessions are free, zoom link will be sent upon enrolment. 

FRIDAY 7.00-10.00pm
29 Apr—24 Jun (9 weeks)

Cost: Free (Annual enrolment fee payable $10.00 or $5.00 conc.) 


Course Image Card Making Workshops

Don’t miss these fabulous card-making workshops. Try out different techniques using inks, stamps, dies, and more. Includes materials. 

BYO basic tool kit, eg scissors, glue, tape.  

Stampin’ Up! With Michelle 
WEDNESDAY 10.00am-12.00pm 18 May Cost: $20.00 
WEDNESDAY 10.00am-12.00pm 22 Jun Cost: $20.00 

Course Image Coffee and Cards

A friendship group for people interested in card making or papercraft. BYO materials/projects and craft with company and a cuppa. 

TUESDAY 12.00pm-2.30pm
26 Apr—21 Jun (9 weeks)

Cost: $3.00 per week 

Course Image Card making and Scrapbooking Friendship Group

This group is for card making or scrapbooking enthusiasts. Set aside time to get together with other crafty people to share ideas or to complete those unfinished paper projects. BYO own materials. 

MONDAY 12.15pm-2.45pm

2 May—20 Jun (7weeks)
No group 13 Jun
Cost: $3.00 per week 

Course Image Knitting and Crochet

A friendly group for all levels, from beginners to advanced (our friendly volunteer can show beginners how to get started). Enjoy some company and a chat while you knit or crochet. You can either knit a project for yourself or you may like to knit for charity. BYO needles and wool. 

WEDNESDAY 1.00pm-3.00pm
27 Apr—22 Jun (9 weeks)

Cost: $3.00 per week 

Course Image Patchwork Friendship Group

For anyone who loves patchwork and quilting and enjoys sharing ideas. New members must have basic skills in patchwork and quilting as there is no tutor. BYO projects and equipment. 

TUESDAY 9.30am-12.00noon
26 Apr—21 Jun (9 weeks)

Cost: $3.00 per week 

Course Image Embroidery or Patchwork

Choose and work on your own projects (whether it is patchwork or embroi-dery) with help and advice from the tutor. For the beginner the tutor can help select designs, teach techniques and give suggestions on colours. 

WEDNESDAY 12.45pm-2.45pm

27 Apr—22 Jun (8 weeks) 

or THURSDAY 9.30am-12.00noon

28 Apr—23 Jun (8 weeks) 

No classes 8 & 9 Jun 

Cost: $80.00 plus materials 

Course Image Made with Love Quilters

Made with Love Quilters are a dedicated group of ladies who make quilts for charity. They would love anyone who is interested to come along and help out, all materials are supplied to make the quilts. Come for a few hours or stay all day - BYO lunch. 

Last FRIDAY of the month

29 Apr, 27 May, 24 Jun  

Second MONDAY of the month

9 May, 6 Jun 

Time: 9.30am-2.30pm
Cost: $3.00 per session 

This class focuses on general English and learning skills to help you with everyday living. A mixed level class suitable for all levels. This is a Learn Local endorsed course. 

MONDAY 9.00am-1.00pm

2 May—20 Jun (7 weeks)
No class 13 Jun
Cost: *$30.00; Concession: $15.00  

THURSDAY 9.00am-1.00pm

28 Apr—23 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: *$38.00; Concession: $15.00 

*Government funded rate 

Course Image English as an Additional Language

Improve your reading, writing and speaking skills in this small and friendly class. Practise your conversation skills to assist you with shopping, bank-ing and other everyday tasks. Gain the confidence to go on to further study or get a job. Suitable for beginners to intermediate. 

Students must be permanent residents or Australian citizens to be eligible for this government funded class. 

This is a Learn Local endorsed course. 

TUESDAY 9.00am-1.00pm

26 Apr—21Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: *$38.00; Concession: $15.00 

WEDNESDAY 9.00am-1.00pm

27 Apr—22 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: *$38.00; Concession: $15.00 

THURSDAY (ZOOM) 9.00am-1.00pm

28 Apr—23 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: *$38.00; Concession: $15.00 

*Government funded rate 


Release stress & anxiety by starting your day off the right way. A low impact gentle core strengthening workout that will strengthen and tone your whole body, lengthen your spine, improve your posture and back strength and leave you energised for the day ahead. BYO fitness mat. Term payment discounted. 

MONDAY and FRIDAY 7.30am-8.30am
Cost: $15 casual 

Contact Simone on 0409 688 279 for bookings 


Introducing Yoga classes for everyone. Learn Yoga, relaxation and meditation. Dress comfortably and bring your own yoga mat along. 

Phone Sharon on 0419 308 475 for bookings and enquiries. 

TUESDAY 3.00pm-4.00pm

26 Apr—21 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: $45.00 for the term or $5.00 per class 

Course Image Zumba

Zumba combines hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to cre-ate a unique fitness program that is so much fun you won’t even count it as hard work. Phone Claudia on 0481 170 788 for bookings and enquiries. 

MONDAY and WEDNESDAYS 7.00pm-8.00pm 
Cost: $15.00 per class or prepaid 10 class pass $120.00 

Course Image Pilates

Strengthen, lengthen, trim and tone with this low impact core strengthen-ing Pilates workout. Improve back health, posture, core strength and trim and tone those butts and abs. A progressive workout suitable for all ages and most fitness abilities. BYO fitness mat. Term payment discounted. 

TUESDAY 6.00pm-7.00pm
Cost: $15 casual 

Contact Simone on 0409 688 279 for bookings 

Course Image Gentle Exercise with Simone

Stretch away your stresses and re-energise your body. A gentle low impact functional fitness class suitable for all ages and abilities. The gentle stretch and tone class that will improve your daily movement and leave you feeling great. The class is a seated and standing class. 

TUESDAY 1.30pm-2.30pm

26 Apr—21 Jun (9 weeks) 

FRIDAY 11.00am-12.00pm

29 Apr—24 Jun (9 weeks) 

COST: $40.00 (Tues), $40.00 (Fri) per term or $5.00 per class 

Special: Do both Tuesday and Friday and term fee is $75.00 


Course Image Tai Chi

Promotes harmony of mind and body. Tai Chi is meditation in motion, movements are slow and gentle. Promotes strength, flexibility, coordination, relaxation and cognitive function. Suitable for all ages. All classes are inclusive and suitable for beginners and intermediate. 

For bookings and enquiries phone Sandra 0402 739 702. 

MONDAY 2.00pm-3.00pm

2 May—20 Jun (7 weeks)
No class 13 Jun 

Cost: $100.00 per 10 week term or $12.00 per class
Concession: $80.00 per 10 week term or $10.00 per class 

Course Image Meditation - Free classes

Learn meditation on the inner light. A simple but effective method to bring out your innermost qualities, enhance your powers of concentration and benefit you at the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual levels. For bookings & enquiries call Sharon 0419 308 475. 

TUESDAY 1.45pm-2.45pm

26 Apr—21 Jun (9 weeks)
Cost: Free 

Course Image Lynn's Learning

English and Maths tuition for Prep to Year 10 students. Individualised extension and remedial programs, mathematical skills, creative writing techniques, ICAS, NAPLAN & scholarship preparation. Call to book your free assessment. Find out more at http://www.lynnslearning.com 

MONDAY 3.45pm-6.45pm

2 May—20 Jun (9 weeks) 
Bookings: Phone 9796 8779

Casey U3A will be holding a friendship group to play card games. Annual membership to U3A is required to join U3A programs. To express your interest in joining this group please call the Centre on 9700 3789. 


The Deaf Hub in collaboration with Deaf Victoria, Casey Deaf Club, Endeavour Hills Neighbourhood Centre and Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre brings the deaf and hard of hearing back together through offering various sport, recreation, community and social development programs and will provide a ‘return to community’ initiative. Programs may include community information workshops, advocacy awareness training, social and community meetings, personal development workshops, computer literacy training, and ‘drop-in’ programs. 

For further information please contact Phil at phil.harper@deafsports.org.au 


A social cultural women's group providing a welcoming meeting place open to all women to talk, laugh and share their stories with each other. This friendly group will empower women through information sessions, supportive advice, community connections and help them in the various fields of life, especially those who recently came from their homeland. 

FRIDAY 12.30pm-2.30pm

29 Apr—24 Jun (9 weeks) 

Python is a popular coding language that has a minimal and easy to read style. In this popular Python camp, Instructor Dr Asli Kars will teach your child to code, edit and problem-solve in a structured and methodical manner. Once your child has mastered how code is structured, they will learn to implement core programming constructs through fun, practical exercises, resulting in confidence in their ability to create Python projects. Skills learned can lead to automation and web development. 

Monday 4 July to Friday 8 July (Five day camp)
Times: 9.30am-3.00pm
Instructor: Dr Asli Kars 
Cost: $495 

For bookings and further information email asli1kars@gmail.com 


Course Image Photography for Beginners

This course covers topics such as getting to know your camera; under-standing the main controls on your camera (DSLR) and their functions; changing the settings and shooting in different modes; and basic photography terms such as aperture, shutter and ISO setting. Learn techniques and tips with lighting, contrast, composition and using different settings and filters to take great photos. What to bring: Notepad and pen, fully charged camera, and instruction manual. 

Proudly supported by City of Casey Winter Arts Festival. 

TUESDAY 10.00am-12.00pm

7 Jun—21 Jun (3 weeks)
Cost: $20.00 

Keep an eye out for new programs coming in 2022!

Register your interest now for these courses due by phoning 9700 3789 or email info@ehillsnc.org.au 

COMPUTER BASICS - provides entry level knowledge and skills, and the confidence to operate a computer for personal use or in a working environment. 

FIRST AID FOR PETS - look after your loved furry and feathered friends by knowing some basics of animal first aid.