Holy Rosary Family Fun Day

The Holy Rosary Family Fun Day is promising to be bigger and better than ever! Entry is free and there will be plenty of entertainment for all the family including:

  • Face painting
  • Children’s amusement rides
  • Live and silent auction
  • Cakes, breads and preserves
  • Plants and flowers
  • 2nd hand clothing, books and toys
  • Kids craft activities
  • Rowing, basketball and football competitions
  • And much more!

10am to 3pm Saturday 12 November,

Holy Rosary School Grounds, 37 Gower Street, Kensington

                                                                                                                                            

Meet the Artist: Geoff Hogg

Come and meet the artist who painted the unique artworks on display at Flemington Library, commissioned in 1988.  Free – but bookings essential.

6.30pm – 7.30pm Tuesday 15 November,

Flemington Library, Racecourse Road, Flemington

Call 8325 1975 to book or visit www.mooneevalleylibraries.eventbrite.com.au

                                                                                                                                           

AND SOME EVENTS BEYOND KENSINGTON…

Summertime Party

Arts House flings open its doors for young and old and invites you and the warm weather in to enjoy its Summertime Party. Part installation, part celebration, this free annual event features live music, delicious food, interactive workshops, games and performances from local artists.   As day turns to night, put on your dancing shoes and enjoy an evening of DJs, food, art and celebration for all ages and inclinations. Free event.

4pm – 10pm Saturday 3 December

Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne

For further info and a full list of artists and bands, visit www.artshouse.com.au

                                                                                                                                            

Historic Carlton Walk and Talk

Join Carlton based historian and author Jeff Atkinson for a lively 2 hour “Historic Carlton Walk and Talk” tour. Jeff will take you through Carlton’s most interesting streets and laneways and will reveal an earlier Carlton of the 1860s, from before the era of the cast-iron terraces. On this walk you will learn something of Carlton’s early history, its decline from a middle class suburb to a deprived working class area, some of the colourful characters who have lived in Carlton, the impact of the Housing Commission demolitions, and more recent dramatic events. Presented by Carlton Residents Association and the Carlton Community History Group. Cost is $10.00 per person. Numbers are limited. To book, visit www.trybooking.com/MJEU

9am Saturday 5 November

Church of All Nations, Corner of Palmerston and Drummond Streets, Carlton.

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