In this post, we will publish upcoming events that have been mentioned in our latest editions of Eastsider News. Please forgive if we are a little out of date at times. Our volunteers will try to keep the information as up to date as possible. We stress that the events we report here are cconducted by community organisations within the area we cover. We do not have any direct involvement in them and provide the information as a community service. Keep scrolling down to see what’s on offer.
Celebrate NAIDOC Week
The City of Whitehorse is holding a celebration event for NAIDOC Week at Strathdon House and Orchard Precinct over several days between Sunday 3 July and Sunday 10 July 2022. Bring your family, especially your children to celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The cost is free. For more information, go here.
Car Boot Sale at Mont Albert
Every 4th Sunday from 26 June.
It’s finally happening! The Rotary Club of Mont Albert & Surrey Hills is holding a regular car boot sale at Mont Albert on the 4th Sunday of each month. Starting day is Sunday 26 June 2022.
We are grateful for the support from our community, Whitehorse Council and LXRP so we can do this regularly. We are seeking stall holders, with a limit of 43 cars. Hours will be 8am to 1pm. Please contact Patt on 0425 725 899 or email@example.com for details
Books, Beanies and Bargains!
Open House Weekend. Sunday 31 July from 10 am to 3pm
Box Hill Town Hall
Come along to the Box Hill Historical Society Book, Beanies and Bargains sale in the lower hall of Box Hill Town Hall on Sunday 31 July between 10am and 3.30pm. Items on offer include books on a wide range of subjects, including antique collecting, art/craft, Australiana, cooking, gardening, history, military, sports, novels and non-fiction, as well as Box Hill ephemera and hand-knitted beanies. All proceeds go to assisting in the preservation of Box Hill history. Enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will also be guided tours of the town hall, conducted by Whitehorse Council staff. Details will appear on the Council’s website and social media in due course.