What’s On In Beechworth

Welcome to the Beechworth Community Calendar for all community events happening in Beechworth!

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Feb 11 @ 4:00 pm – Mar 23 @ 5:30 pm
4:00 pm
Kids Drama and Acting classes Use your time creatively, exploring ideas and experimenting with performance techniques. Create your own characters or scenarios, props or costumes. Rehearse and develop your scenes Every Tuesday (except school holidays) 4pm-5.30pm Commencing Tuesday 11th February Contact Wendy McKay-Taylor for bookings 0419 567 990 10 sessions $100 Casual sessions $15
Quercus Beechworth
Feb 25 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
4:00 pm
Learn the basics of using chalk paint and revamp your furniture. Using Jolie Premium Paint, we will cover three different paint finishes and have you painting like a pro. Everything included, paint, wax, aprons – even wine and cheese!
Arcadia Beechworth
Feb 26 @ 1:30 pm – Apr 1 @ 3:30 pm
1:30 pm
FREE for over 50’s Commencing Wednesday 26 February 2020 for 6 weeks – 1.30pm to 3.30pm NEVER A BETTER TIME TO GET ONLINE!
Indigo U3A
Mar 10 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am
8:30 am
Tuesday 10th MARCH,  8:30am – 11am This course provides the skills necessary to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for a non-breathing casualty until arrival of medical help. Covered in this course are the following elements & Learning Objectives • Identify and control Dangers • Identify and Control infection risks using appropriate protective devices • Understand basic anatomy & physiology of chest, airway, respiratory and cardiovascular systems • Follow the Basic Life Support flowchart – DRSABCD in a rescue scenario • Recognise an unconscious breathing Casualty and manage by placing into recovery position • Recognise an unconscious non-breathing casualty and manage by Performing 2 mins of CPR on Adult manikin (placed on floor) & Infant manikin (placed on a hard surface for 2 minutes • Perform CPR on an adult manikin on the floor in a multiple rescuer scenario • Use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in a simulated CPR rescue scenario • Communicate Incident Details to Emergency Services • Understand Legal, Workplace & community considerations • Follow State/territory/professional regulations &/or codes of practice After successful completion of the course and achievement of the learning objectives, the candidate will receive a Statement of attainment for HLTAID01 PROVIDE CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
Oregon hall Quercus
Mar 10 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
8:30 am
Tuesday 10th MARCH,  8:30am – 2:30pm This course covers all the skills and required knowledge to provide first responses in an emergency, life threatening incident, and casualty management. Upon successful completion of this course, the candidate will be issued the Statement of Attainment HLTAID003-PFA. HLTAID003 requires you to complete a at home pre course. This pre-course must be completed, signed, and printed before attending the in-house course. Covered in this course are the following elements & Learning Objectives • Identify and control Dangers • Identify and Control infection risks using appropriate protective devices • Understand basic anatomy & physiology of chest, airway, respiratory and cardiovascular systems • Follow the Basic Life Support flowchart – DRSABCD in a rescue scenario • Recognise an unconscious breathing Casualty and manage by placing into recovery position • Recognise an unconscious non-breathing casualty and manage by Performing 2 mins of CPR on Adult manikin (placed on floor) & Infant manikin (placed on a hard surface for 2 minutes • Perform CPR on an adult manikin on the floor in a multiple rescuer scenario • Use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in a simulated CPR rescue scenario • Communicate Incident Details to Emergency Services • Understand Legal, Workplace & community considerations • Follow State/territory/professional regulations &/or codes of practice • Recognise and manage an allergic reaction • Recognise Anaphylaxis and manage using an Anaphylaxis emergency response kit including the use of an Epipen RECOGNISE AND MANAGE THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OR INJURIES: • Airway Obstruction, Asthma • Wounds & Bleeds management, Shock • Cardiac conditions, Heart Attack, Stroke • Poisons, Bites & Stings • Fractures, Dislocation, Sprain and Strain • Spinal Injury, Head injury, Chest injury • Temperature related conditions, Burns • Diabetes, Epilepsy, Fainting, Drowning
Oregon hall Quercus
5:00 pm
Friday 13th March, 5pm – 9pm Responsible Service of Alcohol training is required for all liquor licencees and bar staff, as well as those involved in the serving, selling and supply of alcohol in Victoria. Learn about responsible service, refusal of service, handling difficult customers and facts about alcohol consumption.  
Oregon hall Quercus
Mar 15 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
12:00 pm
Sunday 15th March, 12pm – 2pm Anni shows you great meals to feed a family. Foods rich in complex carbohydrates form the base for delicious easy to create bowls, but sauces and dressings add the highlight. Learn how to create fabulous flavour combinations to wow the tastebuds!
Quercus kitchen
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
6:00 pm
Jolyon Warwick James is back at the Burke Museum for a presentation on The Goldrushes and hallmarking in Australia, with a discussion about silver from the Burke Museum and items brought in by the audience. Silver consultant, Jolyon Warwick James is recognised internationally for his extensive specialised knowledge and qualifications as a lecturer, valuer (appraiser), and adviser with respect to English, European, Colonial and other silver. Feel free to bring along a piece for viewing! Please note valuations cannot be provided on the night. Tickets $20.00, including wine and canapés
Burke Museum
7:00 pm
Want to relive the controversy that is Tony Richardson’s Ned Kelly starring Mick Jagger? Join us at the Beechworth Historic Courthouse for this special one-off screening of the film. Ned Kelly has captured the imagination of the world since 1879, even before the siege of Glenrowan. This film, the first colour film about Ned Kelly, was a new interpretation of a man who was previously depicted as hard-edged, and is a strong reflection of the time it was made. Drinks at bar prices from Bridge Road Brewers.
Beechworth Historic Courthouse
10:00 am
Thursday 2nd April, 10am – 11am Teaching kids the fun and excitement of exercise in a fun and supportive environment. Encouraging children to explore their bodies capabilities and improve on their motor skills. It’s never too early to create positive habits. Come to one week or both. Hayley is our tutor for this fun workshop. She has been a personal trainer for the past 8 years and is currently working at Beechworth Fitness. She’s a mother of two with a caring nature and ‘can do’ attitude that inspires others to achieve.   
Oregon hall Quercus
Apr 2 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
11:00 am
Thursday 2nd April, 11am – 12pm Teaching kids the fun and excitement of exercise in a fun and supportive environment. Encouraging children to explore their bodies capabilities and improve on their motor skills. It’s never too early to create positive habits. Come to one week or both. Hayley is our tutor for this fun workshop. She has been a personal trainer for the past 8 years and is currently working at Beechworth Fitness. She’s a mother of two with a caring nature and ‘can do’ attitude that inspires others to achieve.   
Oregon hall Quercus
6:30 pm
Stanley and surrounding communities will be treated to an evening of outstanding musical talent, with local Beechworth musician Liv Cartledge, Melbourne musician Alana Wilkinson and direct from Scotland, The Paul McKenna Band. The latter two artists are playing at the Port Fairy Folk Festival in March and will then be playing at the National Folk Festival in Canberra in April. Along the way, they appear as part of the Festival of Small Halls, touring in over 20 small regional halls. Tickets $25 Adult. Limited tickets are available for children under 12 – Free (must have a ticket). Come along at 6.30pm for 7.30pm start. BBQ and refreshments will be available. (no BYO). A community event not to be missed.
Stanley Soldiers Memorial Hall
10:00 am
Thursday 9th April, 10am – 11am Teaching kids the fun and excitement of exercise in a fun and supportive environment. Encouraging children to explore their bodies capabilities and improve on their motor skills. It’s never too early to create positive habits. Come to one week or both. Hayley is our tutor for this fun workshop. She has been a personal trainer for the past 8 years and is currently working at Beechworth Fitness. She’s a mother of two with a caring nature and ‘can do’ attitude that inspires others to achieve.   
Oregon hall Quercus
Apr 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
11:00 am
Thursday 9th April, 11am – 12pm Teaching kids the fun and excitement of exercise in a fun and supportive environment. Encouraging children to explore their bodies capabilities and improve on their motor skills. It’s never too early to create positive habits. Come to one week or both. Hayley is our tutor for this fun workshop. She has been a personal trainer for the past 8 years and is currently working at Beechworth Fitness. She’s a mother of two with a caring nature and ‘can do’ attitude that inspires others to achieve.   
Oregon hall Quercus
May 3 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
3:00 pm
4 week course commencing Sunday 3rd MAY, 3pm – 6pm Learn the skills and techniques needed to prepare healthy meals. Meal prepping can be the secret ingredient to weight loss, saving money or creating more hours in your day. In this course you will learn to make healthy breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks in bulk amounts to cut down on time in the kitchen. Your meals will be ready to go to avoid temptations to eat junk food. Each week you will make up to 4 dishes to take home. Some of these may include cooked breakfasts, overnight oats, smoothie bowls, soups, stews, curries, Buddha bowls, protein slices and raw desserts. You will also learn how to track calories and eat within your caloric needs. Each week you will need to bring at least 4 containers. Hayley has 20 years of cooking experience, a graduate certificate in nutrition and a decade in the fitness industry, let her help you with your goals. Please note course dates Sunday 3rd, 10th, 24th & 31st MAY. Each class you will receive up to $25 worth food ingredients.  
Quercus kicten
May 27 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am
8:30 am
Wednesday 27th MAY,  8:30am – 11am This course provides the skills necessary to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for a non-breathing casualty until arrival of medical help. Covered in this course are the following elements & Learning Objectives • Identify and control Dangers • Identify and Control infection risks using appropriate protective devices • Understand basic anatomy & physiology of chest, airway, respiratory and cardiovascular systems • Follow the Basic Life Support flowchart – DRSABCD in a rescue scenario • Recognise an unconscious breathing Casualty and manage by placing into recovery position • Recognise an unconscious non-breathing casualty and manage by Performing 2 mins of CPR on Adult manikin (placed on floor) & Infant manikin (placed on a hard surface for 2 minutes • Perform CPR on an adult manikin on the floor in a multiple rescuer scenario • Use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in a simulated CPR rescue scenario • Communicate Incident Details to Emergency Services • Understand Legal, Workplace & community considerations • Follow State/territory/professional regulations &/or codes of practice After successful completion of the course and achievement of the learning objectives, the candidate will receive a Statement of attainment for HLTAID01 PROVIDE CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
Oregon hall Quercus
May 27 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
8:30 am
Wednesday 27th May,  8:30am – 2:30pm This course covers all the skills and required knowledge to provide first responses in an emergency, life threatening incident, and casualty management. Upon successful completion of this course, the candidate will be issued the Statement of Attainment HLTAID003-PFA. HLTAID003 requires you to complete a at home pre course. This pre-course must be completed, signed, and printed before attending the in-house course. Covered in this course are the following elements & Learning Objectives • Identify and control Dangers • Identify and Control infection risks using appropriate protective devices • Understand basic anatomy & physiology of chest, airway, respiratory and cardiovascular systems • Follow the Basic Life Support flowchart – DRSABCD in a rescue scenario • Recognise an unconscious breathing Casualty and manage by placing into recovery position • Recognise an unconscious non-breathing casualty and manage by Performing 2 mins of CPR on Adult manikin (placed on floor) & Infant manikin (placed on a hard surface for 2 minutes • Perform CPR on an adult manikin on the floor in a multiple rescuer scenario • Use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in a simulated CPR rescue scenario • Communicate Incident Details to Emergency Services • Understand Legal, Workplace & community considerations • Follow State/territory/professional regulations &/or codes of practice • Recognise and manage an allergic reaction • Recognise Anaphylaxis and manage using an Anaphylaxis emergency response kit including the use of an Epipen RECOGNISE AND MANAGE THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OR INJURIES: • Airway Obstruction, Asthma • Wounds & Bleeds management, Shock • Cardiac conditions, Heart Attack, Stroke • Poisons, Bites & Stings • Fractures, Dislocation, Sprain and Strain • Spinal Injury, Head injury, Chest injury • Temperature related conditions, Burns • Diabetes, Epilepsy, Fainting, Drowning  
Oregon hall Quercus