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Feb
4
Sat
Warrandyte Riverside Market @ Stiggants Reserve
Feb 4 @ 08:00 – 13:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January with an additional market on the 3rd Saturday in December.

Warrandyte Food Swap @ Warrandyte Community Garden
Feb 4 @ 09:00 – 10:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January.

Feb
8
Wed
Doncaster Garden Club @ Doncaster East RSL
Feb 8 @ 20:00 – 22:00

Second Wednesday of every month except for January. Everyone welcome. Parking is available at the rear off Leeds Street.

2023 speakers and topics
10 May: Terry Nisbet on irises.
12 Apr: Seila Hierk on Asian winter vegetables.
08 Mar: Penny Woodward on knowing, growing and curing garlic.
08 Feb: Silkies roses.

2022 speakers and topics
09 Nov: Dan from Seeds of Plenty on minature tomatoes.
12 Oct: Seila Hierk of Childplay Permaculture on Asian summer vegetables.
14 Sep: Felicity Gordon on Queensland Fruit Fly.
08 Jun: Pete the Permie, aka Peter Allen, will be selling dwarf fruit trees.
11 May: Helen Lovel from Neutrog, a fertiliser company.
13 Apr: Nigel Philpot on the Doncaster Hill Community Garden and Felicity Gordon on Queensland fruit fly traps.
09 Feb: Guy Palmer on local food activities around Manningham.

2021 speakers and topics
14 Apr: Angelo Eliades on sustainable gardening and permaculture.
12 May: Robin Gale-Baker on growing vegetables.

2019 speakers and topics
13 Feb: Dwight King on dahlias.
13 Mar: Mike Dodson from Betta Grower Organic Fertilisers on potting mixes.
10 Apr: Seila Hierk on how to grow Winter Asian vegetables.
08 May: Paul on French ornamental vegetable gardens.
12 Jun: Jim Poulter on traditional Aboriginal use in Manningham.
10 Jul: Brendan Curtis on Japanese gardens.
14 Aug: Jainie on Neutrog’s ‘Who Flung Dung’.
11 Sep: Steve Morris on circular food.
09 Oct: Janine Kay on pelargoniums and geraniums.
13 Nov: Karen Sutherland on Edible Eden Design’s tomatoes.
11 Dec: Christmas party and supper.

Benefits of joining Doncaster Garden Club:

  • Eleven monthly newsletters per year.
  • Speakers each monthly meeting.
  • Discounts at selected nurseries.
  • Club trading table.
  • Free lending library.
  • Part of a friendly and informative club.

Feb
11
Sat
Sourdough bread @ Park Orchards Community House & Learning Centre
Feb 11 @ 10:00 – 12:30

Nadine will demonstrate the technique of sourdough bread making and baking. Take a container to take home your dough to bake at home. This class is best suited to those who have some experience with bread making, however it is not essential.

Feb
18
Sat
Park Orchards Market @ Park Orchards Primary School
Feb 18 @ 10:00 – 14:00

 

Veggie Swap at BAAG Nursery, Bulleen @ Bulleen Art and Garden
Feb 18 @ 10:00 – 11:00

Come along to share your produce & compare notes with other food gardeners.

Bring along any veggies, fruit or herbs you have harvested, also eggs, preserves, recipes are welcome. Be inventive! You can also bring some things that not everyone else is growing at this time of year. This is a non-commercial event – no money changes hands.

For the lastest updates, see their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/baagvegieswap.

Feb
21
Tue
Thai beef salad – cooking class @ Pines Learning
Feb 21 @ 10:00 – 11:30

Thai salad (yum nua) is a balance of sweet, salty, tart, and spicy flavours. It is made with tender beef steak, fragrant herbs and a zingy dressing.

Feb
23
Thu
Bio Gro tour @ Manningham Civic Centre
Feb 23 @ 09:00 – 12:00

Bio Gro is the facility which will recycle Manningham’s food and garden waste (FOGO) into compost. See first-hand how your food and garden waste will be processed and ask any questions along the way. The tour will include bus transport to and from the Bio Gro organics facility in Dandenong South.

How to make fresh gnocchi @ Living And Learning @ Ajani
Feb 23 @ 18:30 – 20:30

Make gnocchi from scratch the Italian way. Enjoy tasting the dishes with the other participants. You will take home your freshly made gnocchi. Take a container and an apron.

Feb
25
Sat
Sourdough bread making @ Living And Learning @ Ajani
Feb 25 @ 10:00 – 12:30

Learn all the steps to make your own sourdough at home with this simple recipe. You will take home a sourdough starter and some home dough to bake. Take a 2 litre container with a lid and an apron.

Mar
1
Wed
French patisserie – macarons @ Living And Learning @ Ajani
Mar 1 @ 18:30 – 20:30

Tish will pass on her techniques for making macarons. Take an apron and a container.

Mar
4
Sat
Warrandyte Riverside Market @ Stiggants Reserve
Mar 4 @ 08:00 – 13:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January with an additional market on the 3rd Saturday in December.

Warrandyte Food Swap @ Warrandyte Community Garden
Mar 4 @ 09:00 – 10:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January.

Mar
8
Wed
Healthy eating and nutrition @ Pines Learning
Mar 8 @ 14:30 – 15:30

Learn how to energise your day through healthy eating habits, basic nutrition principles and how you can get the most out of your meals every day.

Doncaster Garden Club @ Doncaster East RSL
Mar 8 @ 20:00 – 22:00

Second Wednesday of every month except for January. Everyone welcome. Parking is available at the rear off Leeds Street.

2023 speakers and topics
10 May: Terry Nisbet on irises.
12 Apr: Seila Hierk on Asian winter vegetables.
08 Mar: Penny Woodward on knowing, growing and curing garlic.
08 Feb: Silkies roses.

2022 speakers and topics
09 Nov: Dan from Seeds of Plenty on minature tomatoes.
12 Oct: Seila Hierk of Childplay Permaculture on Asian summer vegetables.
14 Sep: Felicity Gordon on Queensland Fruit Fly.
08 Jun: Pete the Permie, aka Peter Allen, will be selling dwarf fruit trees.
11 May: Helen Lovel from Neutrog, a fertiliser company.
13 Apr: Nigel Philpot on the Doncaster Hill Community Garden and Felicity Gordon on Queensland fruit fly traps.
09 Feb: Guy Palmer on local food activities around Manningham.

2021 speakers and topics
14 Apr: Angelo Eliades on sustainable gardening and permaculture.
12 May: Robin Gale-Baker on growing vegetables.

2019 speakers and topics
13 Feb: Dwight King on dahlias.
13 Mar: Mike Dodson from Betta Grower Organic Fertilisers on potting mixes.
10 Apr: Seila Hierk on how to grow Winter Asian vegetables.
08 May: Paul on French ornamental vegetable gardens.
12 Jun: Jim Poulter on traditional Aboriginal use in Manningham.
10 Jul: Brendan Curtis on Japanese gardens.
14 Aug: Jainie on Neutrog’s ‘Who Flung Dung’.
11 Sep: Steve Morris on circular food.
09 Oct: Janine Kay on pelargoniums and geraniums.
13 Nov: Karen Sutherland on Edible Eden Design’s tomatoes.
11 Dec: Christmas party and supper.

Benefits of joining Doncaster Garden Club:

  • Eleven monthly newsletters per year.
  • Speakers each monthly meeting.
  • Discounts at selected nurseries.
  • Club trading table.
  • Free lending library.
  • Part of a friendly and informative club.

Mar
11
Sat
Advanced sourdough bread @ Park Orchards Community House & Learning Centre
Mar 11 @ 10:00 – 12:30

You will make a seeded sourdough loaf, demonstrated by Nadine. There will be samples of different sourdough loaves to try, including a fruit loaf and olive and herb. You will need to bring a container to take home your dough to bake at home.

Mar
18
Sat
French patisserie – fraisier @ Living And Learning @ Ajani
Mar 18 @ 10:00 – 14:00

Tish will pass on her techniques for making fraisier, which is a dessert made with fresh strawberries, genoise sponge, diplomat cream and strawberry syrup. A sandwich lunch is included.

Park Orchards Market @ Park Orchards Primary School
Mar 18 @ 10:00 – 14:00

 

Veggie Swap at BAAG Nursery, Bulleen @ Bulleen Art and Garden
Mar 18 @ 10:00 – 11:00

Come along to share your produce & compare notes with other food gardeners.

Bring along any veggies, fruit or herbs you have harvested, also eggs, preserves, recipes are welcome. Be inventive! You can also bring some things that not everyone else is growing at this time of year. This is a non-commercial event – no money changes hands.

For the lastest updates, see their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/baagvegieswap.

Mar
21
Tue
Vietnamese egg roll – cooking class @ Pines Learning
Mar 21 @ 10:00 – 11:30

Learn the art of making crispy, crunchy and savoury Vietnamese egg rolls.

Mar
23
Thu
Bio Gro tour @ Manningham Civic Centre
Mar 23 @ 09:00 – 12:00

Bio Gro is the facility which will recycle Manningham’s food and garden waste (FOGO) into compost. See first-hand how your food and garden waste will be processed and ask any questions along the way. The tour will include bus transport to and from the Bio Gro organics facility in Dandenong South.

Mar
24
Fri
Dumpling making workshop @ Park Orchards Community House & Learning Centre
Mar 24 @ 18:00 – 20:30

Make Chinese dumplings from scratch. The dough you will prepare can be used for either boiled dumplings (shui jiao) or potstickers (guo tie). Then make vegetarian dumplings. Facilitator: Miki.

Mar
25
Sat
Kevin Heinze GROW Autumn Fair (Doncaster) @ Kevin Heinze GROW
Mar 25 @ 09:00 – 15:00

There will be many plants for sale. Plus site tours, cake and coffee.

Mar
30
Thu
Bio Gro tour @ Manningham Civic Centre
Mar 30 @ 09:00 – 12:00

Bio Gro is the facility which will recycle Manningham’s food and garden waste (FOGO) into compost. See first-hand how your food and garden waste will be processed and ask any questions along the way. The tour will include bus transport to and from the Bio Gro organics facility in Dandenong South.

Apr
1
Sat
Warrandyte Riverside Market @ Stiggants Reserve
Apr 1 @ 08:00 – 13:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January with an additional market on the 3rd Saturday in December.

Warrandyte Food Swap @ Warrandyte Community Garden
Apr 1 @ 09:00 – 10:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January.

Apr
12
Wed
Doncaster Garden Club @ Doncaster East RSL
Apr 12 @ 20:00 – 22:00

Second Wednesday of every month except for January. Everyone welcome. Parking is available at the rear off Leeds Street.

2023 speakers and topics
10 May: Terry Nisbet on irises.
12 Apr: Seila Hierk on Asian winter vegetables.
08 Mar: Penny Woodward on knowing, growing and curing garlic.
08 Feb: Silkies roses.

2022 speakers and topics
09 Nov: Dan from Seeds of Plenty on minature tomatoes.
12 Oct: Seila Hierk of Childplay Permaculture on Asian summer vegetables.
14 Sep: Felicity Gordon on Queensland Fruit Fly.
08 Jun: Pete the Permie, aka Peter Allen, will be selling dwarf fruit trees.
11 May: Helen Lovel from Neutrog, a fertiliser company.
13 Apr: Nigel Philpot on the Doncaster Hill Community Garden and Felicity Gordon on Queensland fruit fly traps.
09 Feb: Guy Palmer on local food activities around Manningham.

2021 speakers and topics
14 Apr: Angelo Eliades on sustainable gardening and permaculture.
12 May: Robin Gale-Baker on growing vegetables.

2019 speakers and topics
13 Feb: Dwight King on dahlias.
13 Mar: Mike Dodson from Betta Grower Organic Fertilisers on potting mixes.
10 Apr: Seila Hierk on how to grow Winter Asian vegetables.
08 May: Paul on French ornamental vegetable gardens.
12 Jun: Jim Poulter on traditional Aboriginal use in Manningham.
10 Jul: Brendan Curtis on Japanese gardens.
14 Aug: Jainie on Neutrog’s ‘Who Flung Dung’.
11 Sep: Steve Morris on circular food.
09 Oct: Janine Kay on pelargoniums and geraniums.
13 Nov: Karen Sutherland on Edible Eden Design’s tomatoes.
11 Dec: Christmas party and supper.

Benefits of joining Doncaster Garden Club:

  • Eleven monthly newsletters per year.
  • Speakers each monthly meeting.
  • Discounts at selected nurseries.
  • Club trading table.
  • Free lending library.
  • Part of a friendly and informative club.

Apr
15
Sat
Park Orchards Market @ Park Orchards Primary School
Apr 15 @ 10:00 – 14:00

 

Veggie Swap at BAAG Nursery, Bulleen @ Bulleen Art and Garden
Apr 15 @ 10:00 – 11:00

Come along to share your produce & compare notes with other food gardeners.

Bring along any veggies, fruit or herbs you have harvested, also eggs, preserves, recipes are welcome. Be inventive! You can also bring some things that not everyone else is growing at this time of year. This is a non-commercial event – no money changes hands.

For the lastest updates, see their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/baagvegieswap.

Apr
29
Sat
Pasta making workshop @ Park Orchards Community House & Learning Centre
Apr 29 @ 13:00 – 15:00

Learn how to make a basic egg pasta dough which you will then turn into many different forms of pasta, including linguine, fettucine and pappardelle. Learn how to use a hand pasta machine and the types of pasta you can make with such a machine.

May
6
Sat
Warrandyte Riverside Market @ Stiggants Reserve
May 6 @ 08:00 – 13:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January with an additional market on the 3rd Saturday in December.

Warrandyte Food Swap @ Warrandyte Community Garden
May 6 @ 09:00 – 10:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January.

May
10
Wed
Doncaster Garden Club @ Doncaster East RSL
May 10 @ 20:00 – 22:00

Second Wednesday of every month except for January. Everyone welcome. Parking is available at the rear off Leeds Street.

2023 speakers and topics
10 May: Terry Nisbet on irises.
12 Apr: Seila Hierk on Asian winter vegetables.
08 Mar: Penny Woodward on knowing, growing and curing garlic.
08 Feb: Silkies roses.

2022 speakers and topics
09 Nov: Dan from Seeds of Plenty on minature tomatoes.
12 Oct: Seila Hierk of Childplay Permaculture on Asian summer vegetables.
14 Sep: Felicity Gordon on Queensland Fruit Fly.
08 Jun: Pete the Permie, aka Peter Allen, will be selling dwarf fruit trees.
11 May: Helen Lovel from Neutrog, a fertiliser company.
13 Apr: Nigel Philpot on the Doncaster Hill Community Garden and Felicity Gordon on Queensland fruit fly traps.
09 Feb: Guy Palmer on local food activities around Manningham.

2021 speakers and topics
14 Apr: Angelo Eliades on sustainable gardening and permaculture.
12 May: Robin Gale-Baker on growing vegetables.

2019 speakers and topics
13 Feb: Dwight King on dahlias.
13 Mar: Mike Dodson from Betta Grower Organic Fertilisers on potting mixes.
10 Apr: Seila Hierk on how to grow Winter Asian vegetables.
08 May: Paul on French ornamental vegetable gardens.
12 Jun: Jim Poulter on traditional Aboriginal use in Manningham.
10 Jul: Brendan Curtis on Japanese gardens.
14 Aug: Jainie on Neutrog’s ‘Who Flung Dung’.
11 Sep: Steve Morris on circular food.
09 Oct: Janine Kay on pelargoniums and geraniums.
13 Nov: Karen Sutherland on Edible Eden Design’s tomatoes.
11 Dec: Christmas party and supper.

Benefits of joining Doncaster Garden Club:

  • Eleven monthly newsletters per year.
  • Speakers each monthly meeting.
  • Discounts at selected nurseries.
  • Club trading table.
  • Free lending library.
  • Part of a friendly and informative club.

May
20
Sat
Park Orchards Market @ Park Orchards Primary School
May 20 @ 10:00 – 14:00

 

Veggie Swap at BAAG Nursery, Bulleen @ Bulleen Art and Garden
May 20 @ 10:00 – 11:00

Come along to share your produce & compare notes with other food gardeners.

Bring along any veggies, fruit or herbs you have harvested, also eggs, preserves, recipes are welcome. Be inventive! You can also bring some things that not everyone else is growing at this time of year. This is a non-commercial event – no money changes hands.

For the lastest updates, see their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/baagvegieswap.

Jun
3
Sat
Warrandyte Riverside Market @ Stiggants Reserve
Jun 3 @ 08:00 – 13:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January with an additional market on the 3rd Saturday in December.

Warrandyte Food Swap @ Warrandyte Community Garden
Jun 3 @ 09:00 – 10:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January.

Jun
14
Wed
Doncaster Garden Club @ Doncaster East RSL
Jun 14 @ 20:00 – 22:00

Second Wednesday of every month except for January. Everyone welcome. Parking is available at the rear off Leeds Street.

2023 speakers and topics
10 May: Terry Nisbet on irises.
12 Apr: Seila Hierk on Asian winter vegetables.
08 Mar: Penny Woodward on knowing, growing and curing garlic.
08 Feb: Silkies roses.

2022 speakers and topics
09 Nov: Dan from Seeds of Plenty on minature tomatoes.
12 Oct: Seila Hierk of Childplay Permaculture on Asian summer vegetables.
14 Sep: Felicity Gordon on Queensland Fruit Fly.
08 Jun: Pete the Permie, aka Peter Allen, will be selling dwarf fruit trees.
11 May: Helen Lovel from Neutrog, a fertiliser company.
13 Apr: Nigel Philpot on the Doncaster Hill Community Garden and Felicity Gordon on Queensland fruit fly traps.
09 Feb: Guy Palmer on local food activities around Manningham.

2021 speakers and topics
14 Apr: Angelo Eliades on sustainable gardening and permaculture.
12 May: Robin Gale-Baker on growing vegetables.

2019 speakers and topics
13 Feb: Dwight King on dahlias.
13 Mar: Mike Dodson from Betta Grower Organic Fertilisers on potting mixes.
10 Apr: Seila Hierk on how to grow Winter Asian vegetables.
08 May: Paul on French ornamental vegetable gardens.
12 Jun: Jim Poulter on traditional Aboriginal use in Manningham.
10 Jul: Brendan Curtis on Japanese gardens.
14 Aug: Jainie on Neutrog’s ‘Who Flung Dung’.
11 Sep: Steve Morris on circular food.
09 Oct: Janine Kay on pelargoniums and geraniums.
13 Nov: Karen Sutherland on Edible Eden Design’s tomatoes.
11 Dec: Christmas party and supper.

Benefits of joining Doncaster Garden Club:

  • Eleven monthly newsletters per year.
  • Speakers each monthly meeting.
  • Discounts at selected nurseries.
  • Club trading table.
  • Free lending library.
  • Part of a friendly and informative club.

Jun
17
Sat
Park Orchards Market @ Park Orchards Primary School
Jun 17 @ 10:00 – 14:00

 

Veggie Swap at BAAG Nursery, Bulleen @ Bulleen Art and Garden
Jun 17 @ 10:00 – 11:00

Come along to share your produce & compare notes with other food gardeners.

Bring along any veggies, fruit or herbs you have harvested, also eggs, preserves, recipes are welcome. Be inventive! You can also bring some things that not everyone else is growing at this time of year. This is a non-commercial event – no money changes hands.

For the lastest updates, see their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/baagvegieswap.

Jul
1
Sat
Warrandyte Riverside Market @ Stiggants Reserve
Jul 1 @ 08:00 – 13:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January with an additional market on the 3rd Saturday in December.

Warrandyte Food Swap @ Warrandyte Community Garden
Jul 1 @ 09:00 – 10:00

On the 1st Saturday of every month except January.

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