This course will commence with an initial introduction to Photoshop: 1. The basic structure of Adobe Photoshop and image manipulation. Pixels, colour models, image size, file types and how it all affects the image you are working on. 2. The basic photoshop tools – when to use them and when not.Read More
Do you know how to help a loved one with signs of Alzheimer? Are you struggling to personally cope with Alzheimer?
Diann has early onset Alzheimer and she’s given numerous talks through the Alzheimer Association to carers. Her ability to spread awareness has truly made a positive impact within the community. She will be sharing her story of transitioning from thriving in business to accepting her condition, she will include various coping mechanisms to help make life easier for anyone and more!Read More
Join the club and enjoy this lovely three-course cooking class! Learn how to cooking amazing meals on a budget! (a) Wakame Miso-Ginger Soup with Silken Tofu: A miso consomme is transformed with seaweed and tofu cubes. (b) Beef Tagine with Chick Peas & Traffic Light Vegetables served with Turmeric Rice:- This stew is cooked and served in…Read More
Ready to beat the cold weather and enjoy this lovely three-course cooking class! (a) Fusion version of chicken soup – Garlic Chicken Soup with Risoni & Egg Flower Swirls (b) Amaze everyone with this “hey presto, fasta pasta” main – Fettuccini with Basil Pesto & Pulled Chicken served with Cheddar, Parmesan & Pantalica Cheeses (c)…Read More
We exist to build the political will for a liveable world. We believe that politicians do not create political will, they respond to it. Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a positive organization that is “For” not “Against”, shows gratitude and respect to our elected Members of Parliament. Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, community advocacy…Read More
A talk about “Our Living Histories” project which HAVE A GO NEWS have undertaken in 2006 and 2017. The project collected stories from people’s lives in WA during the 1950’s and 1960’s. Jen will talk about the changing societal attitudes (especially for women) and she will provide people with some hints on writing your own…Read More
The talk covers life & times of Chaucer set against his well known work of The Canterbury Tales. Please note this presentation contains some mild adult themes. Poet Geoffrey Chaucer was born circa 1340 in London, England. In 1357 he became a public servant to Countess Elizabeth of Ulster and continued in that capacity with…Read More
Super foods are natural foods with high levels of nutrients. During this presentation, we discuss why they are thought to be beneficial, common antioxidants in our food, our Top 10 list of super foods based on nutrition, cost and availability, and strategies to red food labels.Read More
Globally, Yoga is currently one of the fastest growing activities for physical fitness. In the US alone, it is a 70 billion dollar business with an estimated 20 million participants. In every major city and town in the western world, there are myriad choices of Yoga styles and classes on offer. But most of the…Read More
As a founding member, Christine Haines will talk about the Girls Academy Giving Circle, which supports the Girls Academy Program, founded in 2004 by Olympian and champion basket baller Ricky Grace.
The community-led Girls Academy program works within the school system to reduce the barriers that prevent Indigenous girls from completing their education. The talk will explore how the Girls Academy Program, like community education programs more generally, is changing lives.Read More
Spanish food has a long history of tradition and culture that is becoming recognised around the world. Tapas (small servings of food) are the Spanish way to have an appetiser with your drink in the bar. Tapas are more than just eating; it is a venue to socialise with friends, family and new people. Come…Read More