Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

COVID-19 restrictions: what's closed and what's open.

We've collected activities and resources to enjoy safely while social distancing.

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Delivered Online - MS Teams, Australia

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Learn how to paint in acrylics exploring a variety of subjects including still life, landscapes and portraits. Suitable for beginners or for those who have painted before and are looking to further expand their technical skills. Materials list provided.

Presented by Hawthorn Community House and Trentwood at the Hub. Anyone can attend regardless of location.

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Older people are more at risk of experiencing severe symptoms from Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Online - Delivered via Zoom, Australia

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A variety of interesting and exciting watercolour techniques are explored in this class. Class members will receive images prior to the class with details of subject matter and the lesson plan. During the class the tutor will do a demonstration and explain the various aspects of the the task.

All class members are encouraged to develop their own individual style and approach to this lovely medium. Experience in watercolour is preferred. Not suitable for beginners.

Delivered Online - MS Teams, Australia

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An uplifting mind-body program for wellbeing, beneficial for stress and anxiety relief, memory retention, coordination and balance. Suitable for all ages and abilities for those who are interested in maintaining their brain health (those with Parkinsons encouraged).

Presented by Hawthorn Community House and Trentwood at the Hub. Anyone can attend regardless of location.

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