Skaterz Eltham is the place for Women's Roller Derby. Lets Go Girls! Put on your skates, get dressed up and get on the floor and go for it. Experience the buzz of training with a pack of highly motivated girls who want to learn the skills of Roller Derby Skating. Express yourself, have fun and get fit with Skaterz Roller Derby Training.
THURSDAY 6.30PM ‐ 7.30PM: BEGINNER WOMEN'S ROLLER DERBY
THURSDAY 7.30PM ‐ 9.00PM: INTERMEDIATE WOMEN'S ROLLER DERBY
The South Morang Football Club will once again be fielding an Under 19s team in 2011. The Lions are currently looking for players to join this exciting new team and become a part of a big future at Mill Park Lakes. It is important for the growth of the league that a club like South Morang, with such a strong junior contingent, field a team in the C Grade competition. For more information please contact South Morang President Stuart Fraser on 0403 571 960 or Daryl Sedgwick on 0422 283 682.
I fell off my Bike - Free outdoor exhibition Open daily 6am-11pm until 31st March 2011 at ACMI
I Fell Off My Bike is award-winning Melbourne artist Isobel Knowles' animated series of the oh-so-feared bicycle stack.
Adapted from real stories, each short vignette captures the freedom of cycling eclipsed by momentary misjudgement. The impact is visceral, and you'll simultaneously wince and laugh at these unfortunate riders.
The City of Darebin are currently looking for 10 dedicated and enthusiastic young people, aged 15 – 18 to become members of their FReeZA program throughout 2011.
The FReeZA program is a Victorian State Government funded initiative that gives young people the opportunity to lead the planning and staging of live music and cultural events within their local communities. The one-year program gives all participants hands-on experience and accredited training in the Australian music industry through extensive event management, mentoring and networking opportunities.
GIVE YOUR SELF A NEW YEAR'S PRESENT because the career you want is now within reach
New State Government funding means all Victorians can access nationally accredited training from as little as $105. - you can now obtain a qualification to help you get a job or improve your chances at that promotion you deserve -
The Malka Group registered training organisation can match the right course to your needs, with Certificate and Diploma qualifications in:
VINYL participants and artists are working on MOVING MARK, a project that will culminate in poster and print media art exhibited in public transport environments, for example in trains stations and on trams. Through working on this project the participants have the opportunity to gain skills including: team work, idea development, graphic design, photography, drawing, illustration, and software such as Photoshop and Illustrator.
Are you, or do you know, a dedicated young athlete, coach or official participating in a state or national sporting championships? Are you aged 12-18 years old travelling further than 250km return for a state or national championships?
If yes, then you or your team could be eligible for a Local Sporting Champions grant to help meet costs such as uniforms, travel, accommodation and equipment.
An apprenticeship is a great way to gain a nationally recognised qualification that will improve your ability to enter the workforce or enhance your career or job prospects. Imagine getting paid to learn how to do something you love! Well you don't have to imagine, because Skills Victoria are running a competition right now where you could win tickets to a great music festival and see what it'd be like to be an apprentice in the music industry. To give you a taste of life as an apprentice, Skills Victoria are giving away: