What’s On In Beechworth
Welcome to the Beechworth Community Calendar for all community events happening in Beechworth!
If you have an event happening within the 3747 postcode, please click on the Post Your Event button (below right). If you have any questions or would like help using the Calendar, please Contact Us
*Industry-supported Cookery pre-apprenticeship course*
This innovative course will help you gain the practical skills you need to work in a commercial kitchen or catering operation. You will learn food preparation and presentation skills to help you gain employment in this dynamic industry!
Course highlights include:
– Pathway to an apprenticeship
– Industry supported
– Master classes
– Chef uniform + knife kit supplied
– Residential school fully funded/catered for regional students
– Mobile training kitchen for training and pop-up events
Do you have items such as broken toys, mechanical items, tools that need sharpening, clothing repairs? then bring them up to Quercus for our generous repairers to fix. They love having a variety of things to repair!!!
Wander down to the Quercus Oregon hall for this months Repair cafe from 10am to 12pm.
This month we will be checking ski bindings and tuning skis just in time for the ski season!
There is compelling evidence that dietary patterns that include processed foods and animal products, even in moderation, are the leading cause of modern diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The evidence that plant based diets are health supporting is consistent across all types of research, particularly in regard to whole plant foods.
Changing our eating patterns to include just one plant based meal a day can make measurable improvements to our health and wellbeing. Those eating healthy vegan or vegetarian diets fare better than those eating even a healthy omnivorous diet.
This series of Workshops show how to make the change to a more plant-based diet with simple and delicious recipes, shopping tips and support, to improve your diet for health and longevity.
Anni Turnbull is a passionate advocate for the health benefits of plants, having completed a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition through E-Cornell University.
Over the next 4 Workshops (second Saturday of each month), Anni Turnbull will entice you with the delicious flavours and textures plant based cooking offers.
Workshop No.3: “DINNERS DONE EASILY” – How to lose weight and thrive. Starches and Proteins; Energy density for Weightloss; thriving with Diabetes
Sunday 9 June 2019 from 12pm to 2pm
Enjoy eating what you’ve created!
- Professional career advice and planning
- Local jobs information
- Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
- Work readiness programs
- Job seeking skills
- Workforce development
- Referral to additional service providers
If you are unable to make the Wednesday Sessions, contact Wodonga TAFE direct. They can arrange another time or chat over the phone.
In this forum, you’ll learn about how to protect your rights and prevent elder abuse as you age. Morning tea provided – everyone welcome!
RSVP 7 June to Kate O’Toole, Ageing Well Officer
This nationally recognised CPR program will teach you the current techniques and methods required to achieve your Statement of Attainment in CPR.
The First Aid Group (RTO 32268 )
2 hr Workshop – in house
HLTAID001 – CPR only Cost: $50 pp
Friday 14 June 2019 – 8.30 am to 10.30 am
This Workshop covers all the skill 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 a Statement of Attainment HLTAID003-PFA.
The First Aid Group (RTO 32268)
8 hr Workshop (5.5 hrs in house, and up to 3 hrs online pre-course)
HLTAID003 – CPR and First Aid Cost: $145 pp
Friday 14 June 2019 – 8.30 am to 2.30pm
The pre-course must be completed, signed, and printed before attending the in-house Workshop. Each Student will be assigned their own U.S.I. (unique student identifier)
During his career the Paediatric Urologist Dr Paddy Dewan has promoted quality work, research as a core part of surgical practice,and the concept of the jigsaw puzzle approach to problem solving in medical and surgical care.
Paddy will speak to Indigo U3A about his work treating children with surgical problems, both in Australia and in developing countries (with organisations such as Medicins Sans Frontieres).
Hear about the charity www.kindcutsforkids.net which he founded and which supports his work.
Non-U3A guests welcome. Please register by emailing email@example.com or call 0431834309.
Opera Scholars Australia welcome the community to come and observe Australian Soprano Tiffany Speight deliver an open masterclass with 3 young rising opera stars. Tiffany is also the Program and Vocal Director of OSA. Discover some astounding insights into the craft of classical and opera singing and observe a gifted artist share her experience and wealth of knowledge.