Cos This is a free event
Contact Jen Ellison 1300 368 333
Saturday, 07 September 2019 10:00AM – 12:00PM
This talk by Black Snake Productions will equip you with knowledge about local snake and spider species and how to calmly and effectively deal with a potentially life-threatening situation if it arises.
This session will focus on:
- Safety awareness and preventative measures
- First aid treatment of snake and spider bites
- Emergency response procedures
- Local snake and spider identification and behaviour
Identifying snake and spider habitat. This is a free event, bookings essential – please use the form below (find at link above.).
Cost This is a free event
Contact Jen Ellison 1300 368 333
Congratulations to all the members of Heathmont Bushcare on our nomination for this award. Fingers crossed that we are successful!
Nomination Certificate – Heathmont Bushcare
What a lovely morning it was, spent outdoors at Dexter’s Bush on the banks of the Dandenong Creek in the company of like-minded people. As always, our work can be measured in the number of bags of weeds removed, and the enjoyment measured in the number of laughs. On both counts, it was a very successful morning. Of particular note, it was also Lix Dexter’s 90th birthday a few days prior – congratulations and happy birthday Liz! It was a privilege to be able to share a cup of tea and a slice of birthday cake with both Mick and Liz after the exertions of the morning’s work.
FREE TO ATTEND EVENTS
Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater 30th Anniversary celebration
Saturday 25th May: Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater are celebrating 30 years of working to secure the future of the critically endangered Helmeted Honeyeater with a symposium from 8.30 to 4.30 in the Lilydale Senior Citizens Centre, 7 Hardy Street Lilydale.
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What a beautiful morning it was for our working bee at Uambi on Sunday 15th May. A good turnout of members saw us plant 75 indigenous species plants in the north-western corner of Uambi in an area which, until very recently, was dominated by asparagus fern. Thanks largely to the efforts of Brian, a significant area is now effectively free of asparagus fern, and now that the pine-trees have been ringbarked, it was a great opportunity to begin the revegetation of this area.
It was great to see representatives the 3rd Heathmont Scout Group turn out to help again, and as always, there was much cheerful banter as we planted and weeded before enjoying a refreshing cup of tea and coffee, along with a delicious selection of cakes and biscuits, at the conclusion of the working bee.
Thanks as always to everyone who turned out on the day. The results of our collective efforts can readily be seen in the improved natural environments in all of the areas in which we work.
Community Recognition Night at Bunnings Ringwood
Wednesday, 22 May, 7.00pm – 8.00pm
Dear Community Group members,
We would like to invite you to attend our Community Recognition Night, to recognise all the volunteers & community groups for their hard work and commitment.
This is an opportunity for community groups to network, discuss Bunnings’ commitment to Community Involvement and how we can work with you and your organisation in the future.
- Short information sessions, questions and feedback
- Guest Speakers to talk about their experiences with Ringwood’s Community involvement
- Light refreshments
- Door prizes
Kids activity table available (bookings required)
Please RSVP by Friday May 18 for catering, via email to Cass and Crysta at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9871 0000.
Crysta Healey & Cass Groves
Ringwood Square, Charter St
Ringwood Vic 3134
Ph: 03 9871 0000
Fax 03 9871 0099