Our cooking sessions are back!
Masterchef is famous, but the real chefs get together in the St Matt’s kitchen to whip up simple, tasty and cheap meals that you can eat on the spot or take home to share.
We will also be getting into the community garden to add fresh vegies to our creations.
Our very own Jamie Oliver, Kylie, is an expert at helping anyone become a master chef.
Thursday October 24th
Thursday October 31st
Thursday November 7th
Thursday November 14th
Thursday November 21st
Thursday November 28th
11am – 1pm
FREE to Long Gully residents; gold coin for others
Call Kylie on 0468 616 525
Download a flier here to share with friends and family
Burning Stories is a new opportunity to tell stories of resilience and strength that resulted from the 2009 Black Saturday fires in Bendigo.
Burning Stories is a project initiated by Seeds Bendigo, and gives people who experienced the Black Saturday fires an opportunity to tell their story, and the unexpected good things that came from that experience.
Community artists Ben Winspear and Cassie O’Toole will also be on hand to help people create beautiful mosiac art.
Alongside the stories and art, a pizza oven will be build, acknowledging that community is often built around food.
There are some special school holiday times for Burning Stories – download program here.
Dates and Times
Wednesday 25th September, 9am-2pm
Thursday 26th September, 9am-2pm
Wednesday 2nd October, 11am-4pm
Thursday 3rd October, 9am-2pm
Sunday 6th October, 1pm-4pm
Thursday 10th October, 9am-12pm
- Saturday 19th October, 1pm-4pm
- Wednesday 30th October, 9am-2pm (Bendigo Cup Day)
- Thursday 7th November, 9am-2pm.
The project will be held at St Matthew’s, 153 Eaglehawk Rd, Long Gully.
For more information, please contact project facilitator Michelle Rankin on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0458 018 083.
Feeling despondent about whether your vote will do anything this year? Fair enough.
We have the solution. Voting is useful, but not REALLY USEFUL.
Come to the “Do Something REALLY USEFUL” working bee at the “Hope…It Grows!” Community Garden on election day.
Plant some seeds, till some soil, pull some weeds, pick out stones, munch a snag.
Who knows, you might even feel inspired to vote!
Date: Saturday September 7th
Place: the “Hope…It Grows!” Community Garden, 153 Eaglehawk Rd, Long Gully