Hi, we are looking for someone to house sit for us between 22 Dec - 9 Jan. We have veggies growing that need watering and picking, a cat that needs feeding and a little but of affection, chickens & guinea pigs that free range but need their water and pellets topped up and the occasional scraps. We are located about 400 m from Oak Park train station. House is three bedrooms (1 queen bed, 1 single bunk and 1 single bed). If you are interested please email Justine at email@example.com or call 0425 340 536.
Thursday, 26 November 2015
We will be auctioning our beautiful house at 13 Tilley St Coburg North this Saturday 28th November at 11am.
Come along and enjoy a bit of community street theatre AKA auction action. You are of course also welcome to bid!
Thank you to all our friends and neighbours and relatives for making our time in Tilley St so enjoyable.
Coburg Farmer's Market
8am - 1pm
180 O’Hea Street, Coburg North PS
2nd & 4th Saturdays of the month
UPCOMING MARKET DATES
Spring Produce: With zucchini flowers poking their head at the markets, you know it’s almost summer! Cherries by Blue Haze have arrived, as well as beautiful garlic by Weyhill
Market feed: Fuku is back at the markets this week! As is Mountain Fresh Trout & Salmon. If you haven’t sorted your free range Christmas Ham, talk to Greenvale Farm to organise orders & delivery.
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
STATE OF CULTURE 2015
Thursday 26 November, 7.30pm (doors)
John Curtin Hotel, 29 Lygon St, Carlton
Tickets: $10 (on the door or $8.50 presale at johncurtinhotel.com)
The night will feature an epic showcase of artists from MAV's music programs featuring performances from:
• Ethio-jazz, reggae and dancehall power force Nhatty Man-ChaChu ቻቹ &The LALIBELAS
• 760 years of Kora tradition transported through The Senegambian Jazz Band
• Hip hop and urban beats from 9 artists from the Producers’ Lounge Project
• West Papuan rhythms and harmonies from the Black Orchid Stringband
• Hazaragi poetry and soundscapes from LAPKAT ft. Farkhonda Akbar
• Persian vocalist Saharnaz Kia
• Plus live beats, soundscapes and spoken word from budding producers and poets
This showcase launches four new albums from Visible, a music mentoring program giving a kick start to emerging and professional musicians from refugee and asylum seeker communities; ReMastered Myths that brings together artists from diverse musical and cultural backgrounds to collaborate over a series of creative development sessions to devise new material; Producers Lounge for young emerging producers from culturally diverse backgrounds to develop skills in production under the guidance of respected artist and producer Mohamed Komba (a.k.a Momo, Diafrix); and Common Ground, an inter-faith spoken word program exploring the role faith and identity play in our everyday.
To be released on multiculturalartsvic.bandcamp.com and multiculturalarts.com.au.
State of Culture is supported by Scanlon Foundation, Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria, City of Melbourne, Victorian Multicultural Commission and PBS.