Hume Pride

Hume Pride Winter 2018

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Page 15 of 15 Open House Melbourne comes to Hume Love local history and interesting architecture? Don't miss your chance to explore Woodlands Historic Homestead over the Open House Melbourne Weekend, 28–29 July. Libraries After Dark Broadmeadows Library is now open until 10pm every Thursday for Libraries After Dark. A range of evening activities is on offer including yoga and self-confidence workshops. Discover what's happening in Hume City this Winter! Published by Hume City Council. © Copyright 2018. All rights reserved. Every effort has been made to ensure the information is correct and accurate at the time of print; however Hume City Council cannot be responsible for subsequent changes to information or the use of the information provided. Please visit for the latest information on services, programs, projects and events Hume City Council chooses to use Monza Satin carbon neutral recycled paper for this magazine to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Things to do in Hume Rose garden working bees Help maintain the stunning collection of roses at Alister Clark Memorial Rose Garden. Working bee events are held monthly and are a great way to meet fellow gardening enthusiasts. Keep moving with a gym membership Don't let the cooler weather get in the way of fitness and exercise. Memberships at Hume's leisure centres start from an affordable $14.25, with concession memberships from $7.10 per week. Playgroups: the first steps to lifelong learning Children grow and develop through play. Playgroups are a fantastic way for children aged 0–5 years to explore and learn new skills, develop their language, use their imagination and make new friends. They also learn to interact with other children, preparing them to transition successfully into kindergarten and primary school. A regular playgroup can also be great for parents and carers too: they offer support, are a way to make friends and give you a platform to share concerns, ideas and advice. Additionally, experienced Maternal and Child Health Nurses are available to visit playgroups to monitor the children's health, helping to foster the successful development of children in Hume City. If there are no playgroups in your area or none that suit your child's needs, why not start your own? All you need is a meeting place, and our Playgroup Support Officers would love to help you get started. For a full list of playgroups in Hume please see the Hume Playgroups Directory on our website. You can contact the Playgroup Support Officers at or phone 9205 2605.

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