Tina McCarthy from Wheel Women will be leading this introductory ride.
Learn how to do a basic safety check and change a flat tyre and go on an exploration ride. This will be a chance for all involved to gain confidence and skills to be a safe and regular rider.
We encourage people of all ages to be involved, but ask that children are accompanied by an adult.
Please register by completing the enrolment form on the website (but as the activity is free the payment section dose not need to be completed.)
Lois Conlan will be running this creative workshop, and the activity is open people of all ages.
There will be soup at the PHCC at 1.30pm and the walk and sculpture activity will start at 2pm. Lois will lead a walk through the local area, and there will be opportunities to stop and sketch, take tree rubbings and explore other art activities along the way. At the end of the walk the group will return to create a temporary recycable sculpture to adorn the out walls of the PHCC.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
A great activity to start the school holidays!
Come along to a special Local History Class and hear guest speaker Florence Livery talk about her research into her family history. Hear how and why much of the population of a small Greek island came to Australia and settled in the greater Carlton area.
2-4pm Wednesady 1 May 2013
10am Saturday 4 May 2013
Meet at Carlton North Learning Centre, 20 Princes Street, Carlton North
Join Historian and Writer Jeff Atkinson, and learn all about the history of Carlton North.
This tour of the past covers Aboriginal, convict, settlement and twentieth century history, including British Jewish and Italian immigration. Learn about architecture of the area as you wander Carlton North's predominately nineteenth century streetscapes