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Play Reading

Free

If you normally nestle into an armchair to enjoy your current read here is an opportunity to break out of the everyday. Join with other participants to bring a play to life. This is your chance to be a star for a day! Pick the script and choose your character to read aloud with cast members.

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Keeping Backyard Chooks

Always wanted to keep backyard chooks? Presenters from the Geelong and District Poultry Club will talk about buying, feeding and housing backyard chooks as well as how to keep them healthy and producing eggs.

Wednesday, 31 May 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Bannockburn Library

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Book Chat

Come and chat about the books you have been reading, hear recommendations and meet new people. No booking required.

Multiple Times
Multiple Locations

Creative & Connected

Upcycled Book Craft

Breathe new life into old books. Create jewellery, cards, practical pieces, sculptural works and more using old books and other recycled materials. Creative and fun session of crafting and community.

Multiple Times
Waurn Ponds Library

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Our Ayurvedic body Type

Cassandra Perry is an accredited yoga instructor, and therapist in Reiki & Emmett technique. Participants will discover their own Ayurvedic body type and gain insight into how people relate to each other according to their type.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Waurn Ponds Library

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Peace Cranes For Peace

The traditional Japanese origami paper crane is a world-wide recognizable symbol of peace. Come along to a workshop and join in this project of gifting peace, healing and harmony in the world by creating paper peace cranes. The Peace Cranes created will be collected and displayed in exhibits around Geelong in time for International Day of Peace on 21st September 2017.

Multiple Times
Multiple Locations

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Music Therapy: using music to support health and wellbeing

Jessica Higgins is a registered music therapist. Learn more about music therapy and how it works to support personal development. The session will include song-writing and experiential relaxation

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Newcomb Library