Transition Banyule: Events in August

Monty Community Group Sixth Annual
Carbon Neutral
Bush Dance

Saturday 20th August 6:30pm

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The Montmorency Community Group have organised their annual Bush Dance. Once again we will have the Shenanigan’s band to play and lead us in the dances.

Please get together a table of friends for a great night out.
Ticket prices are the same as they were 5 years ago!
Members $20 per adult $5 per child (<14)
Non- Members $25 per adult $7.50 per child (<14)

Please bring a plate for a shared supper.
Homemade and minimal packaging preferred. BYO drinks.

Venue

Petrie Park Hall
Petrie Park
16 Mountainview Road
Montmorency, Vic 3094

When

Saturday 20th August
6:30pm for 7:00pm start

For more details, visit www.transitionmonty.org

To book please click  this link: www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=208079

 

Building Co-housing in Banyule

Saturday 27 August 10am to 2pm

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  • If quality of life is important to you
  • If living lighter on the planet is important to you
  • If having a say in the design of your home and its surroundings is important to you then…
    come along to…

Make it happen – Workshop 1
People, place and purpose at “Murundaka” Cohousing Community

Cost: Full $50, conc $25, children free Book here
Where: Murundaka Cohousing – 42 Bamfield Road, Heidelberg Heights, VIC 3081

Map of 42 Bamfield Rd, Heidelberg Heights VIC 3081

 

Masterclass’ in grafting with John Pinniger
from the Heritage Fruits Society

Wednesday 10th August 9am – noon
Sunday 14th  August 1pm – 4pm

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Masterclass’ in grafting: the dates below are now full but John will run more classes on demand so please reply to him if you are interested, John Pinniger email: cjpinn@bigpond.net.au

Details: John Pinniger of the Heritage Fruits Society will run a ‘masterclass’ in grafting for anyone who would like to improve their skills – or learn the basics of fruit tree grafting. This will be hands-on. It involves learning the reasons for, and the science of grafting, and then plenty of time to practice. Budding will also be discussed, but winter is not the best time to do it. Your questions answered. Bring a sharp knife if you have one.
You may not ever graft another tree, but we will discuss the reasons for grafting, when to graft and what to graft, so you understand why and when, and see examples of grafts. We will concentrate on apples, but discuss a wide range of plant.
There is no cost, but the third hour of the three-hour session will be assistance with the grafting of Heritage Fruits Society’s trees, including potting, labelling, etc. (part learning, part application)

Sessions are planned for Wednesday 10th August 9am – noon  and Sunday 14th  August 1pm – 4pm.

Maximum 5 per session – more sessions if there is enough interest. Location will be Fairfield, accessible by public transport – address sent with acceptance.

To book please contact cjpinn@bigpond.net.au with preferred date and subject line GRAFTING.

 

Heritage Fruits Society – Petty’s Tree sales & Grafting Days at Petty’s Orchard, Homestead Rd, Templestowe

Sunday 7th August 10am – noon

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* Learn techniques for grafting fruit trees
* Select suitable rootstocks
* Have new trees grafted by Society members – apples, plums and pears
* Buy heritage fruit tree scion wood for home grafting
* Buy one-year-old grafted trees
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Other Heritage Fruits Society events:

Saturday, August 13, 2016 10:00 AM (UTC+10:00) • CERES Environment Park, Brunswick
Sunday, September 04, 2016 9:00 AM  • Petty’s Orchard

 

 

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