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The Rotary Club of Chadstone are famous their fundraising barbecues. Come along and get your sausages in bread with onions this Sunday at the MS Walk and Fun Run. There will be plenty of tomato sauce to complete the menu.
Albert Park will hosts thousands of people in an annual walk and run in support of Australians living with multiple sclerosis. The MS Walk and Fun Run has been held since 1989 and has raised millions of dollars to fund essential services and support for people living with multiple sclerosis.
Our Rotary Club conducts a Craft Market to raise funds for community projects like rebuilding schools in developing countries and helping locally with projects like our BusyFeet dance and movement program for children with special needs. Our next Market is on Saturday 14 February starting at 9am. In addition to the commercial market stalls selling jewellery candles, children's clothing etc, we have a number of community groups conducting stalls to raise funds including
- Sacred Heart Girls' College from Oakleigh who raise funds to support marginalised women in the Philippines and Vietnam
- St Joseph's Refugee Support Group raising funds for refugees in Werribee
- The World of Difference program
Other community groups will be present explaining what they do and seeking new participants including
- 1st Malvern Scouts, Chadstone
- Chadstone Lawn Bowls Club
- Girl Guides
- The Rotary Club of Chadstone East Malvern.
Come and shop, browse or enjoy a coffee/tea and scones this Saturday
Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ChadstoneCraftMarket
Join Solway Primary School for a day of fun and community spirit at their bi-annual Fair.
When: Saturday 15 November 2014
Where: Solway Primary School - school grounds, Winton Road, Ashburton
Join Australia's Premier Open Garden Weekend. In past years, the Rotary Club of Kew has, through Garden DesignFest, raised over $300,000 to provide much needed funding to a number of very worthwhile Charities.
Lloyd Street Primary School, Malvern East will be holding a fair on Saturday 25th October between 11am-7pm.
- Live Entertainment
- Gourmet Food
- Trash ’n Treasure
- Vintage Clothing
- Second Hand Books
For more information visit their Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/lloydstreetfair?fref=ts
Celebrate new life, colourful blossoms and the coming warm weather at the City of Stonnington’s free annual Spring into Gardening festival.
Spring into Gardening celebrates all things Spring with a series of topical talks and demonstrations, market stalls and workshops for kids and adults. Below are the highlights of this year's festival.
BusyFeet is a dance and movement activity for children with intellectual and physical disabilities, aged 6 to16 years. The participants will experience happiness, and develop more self confidence, through the movement of dance.
And last week BusyFeet featured in Rotary Central Melbourne Bulletin. Click on link below: