What’s On

JULY

Photo: Gary Fevreau.

2nd  – Glow in the Dark Bocce Ball Fundraiser

Where: Knox Italian Club – 99 Karoo Rd, Rowville
When: 7pm – 9pm
Cost: Gold Coins donation for bocce courts fees

It’s on again! Want to have some fun in an exciting new way?

Melbourne Eastern Ranges Club (MER) is hosting a come and try night for Glow in the Dark Bocce Balls.

We welcome anyone with an intellectual disability (with a parent/carer). Fundraising Raffle tickets available prior to and onsite. Prizes drawn on the night

All MER athletes welcome and have some fun.

Limited numbers – Booking Essential – RSVP by 25 June
Michael 0419 330 977 or Stephanie 0403 080 024
Email: melbourneeasternranges.secretary@specialolympics.com.au


Gully Market (weekly)

The Gully Market is a long established market that runs every Saturday and Sunday in the carpark of the Upper Ferntree Gully Train Station. It is on the Burwood Hwy and directly opposite The Royal Hotel.

It is at the base of the glorious Dandenong Ranges and is a great little venue to stop off and stretch your legs and peruse the many delights that our stall holders offer.

New stall holders are welcome.. Saturday stalls are $20 each and Sunday stalls are $10 each. These rates are for casual stall holders. Permanent stall holders must complete 12 weeks on a casual basis.

Knox Community Arts Centre program
Hosted by Knox Council

Tickets are now on sale for the Knox Community Arts Centre’s March-June program!

The 2021 program offers a diverse mix of professional evening shows, featuring quality comedy, music, theatre and cabaret performances, along with the all-time favourite daytime program and the much loved family shows offered during school holidays.

All performances are in compliance with the current Victorian Government’s COVID-19 restrictions, with limited seating available.

For more information and to purchase tickets, go to knox.vic.gov.au/kcac or call 9729 7287

OMNI – Men’s Chat Group
Hosted by Orana Neighbourhood House

Older Men New Ideas (OMNI) is designed for local men over 50. Developed and run by male volunteers from Council on the Ageing (COTA), OMNI provides opportunities to: Meet, talk and enjoy time with other local men your age; “Chew the fat” about the challenges that face you and other men; Enjoy a morning tea and refreshments during the morning’s discussion.

Date:          Every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month
Time:          9.30 am to 11.30 am
Location:   Orana Neighbourhood House, 62 Coleman Road, Wantirna South
Contact:     John on 9763 5411 or Orana Reception on 9801 1895