Jun 11, 2017

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Ways to fundraising for schools

Selling chocolate for fundraising again?  It does not build community, creativity, a connection to nature, a love of reading, or benefit for our health.  The only thing good about chocolate selling is encourage kids to talk in public and to learn money matter, but only if kids did sell them.  Not just eat them all.
Here are some fundraising ideas to do:
  • Grow The Seed
  • Do The Read
  • School Family Cookbook
    • createacookbook.com.au
    • This one has nothing to do with kids.  Parents will be the one to organise it.  With the advertising sponsors, the risk is low.  
  • It's all about arts.
  • Look for professionals?

Mar 25, 2017

CERES Harvest Festival 2017 (25 March)

10am to 3pm.

Celebrating and giving thanks to the good earth, our farmers and the cycle of the seasons.

Entry is $5 and kids are free – all proceeds go towards keeping CERES awesome.

Cnr Roberts & Stewart Sts, Brunswick East, VIC 3057 Australia

Visit here for details.

Mooroolbark Festival 2017 (25 March)

The Saturday festivities begin with a 10am Street Parade down Brice Ave. Classic cars, schools, marching bands, community groups, fire engines and more will march from Station Street to the the festival at Red Earth Park.
Upon arrival the festival will be opened at the main stage, with a Welcome to Country by Aunty Dot and the parade costume competition winners announced by Tony Smith MP, before Melba College Band fill the air with their big band sounds.

Mar 13, 2017

SkyHigh Children's school holiday program

The SkyHigh maze is not part of the free activities and costs $4 per child and $6 per adult.
All the activities below are free of charge but the gate fee of $6 per car still applies.

Monday 3rd April

- Nine hole Mini Golf 11am to 5pm
- Ruccis Circus workshop with juggling, hula-hoop, devil sticks and more 3pm - 5pm
- Igor the Giant’s Treasure Hunt from 11am to 5pm
- Stilt walkers from 2pm - 4pm
- Bouncy Castle from 11am - 4pm