7월 셋째 주 Council Events
Includes hands on cooking class, cooking 2 courses and then sit down to lunch.
Take home recipes and prizes to be won!
About Angelina Bonifacio
During the School Holidays, Angelina offers cooking classes for all ages from 5 to 12 years that are hands on and interactive. She is a parent herself and now grandmother.
Realising the need to teach children, the next generation, a life skill, she commenced small hands on classes. Classes are held in a casual and fun and safe atmosphere in her modern home. These classes are enjoyed by all!
Angelina comes from an Italian background and is passionate about her traditions and culture handed down to her by her migrant parents.
Angelina has worked in business world but has always come back to her passion of food. Working part-time in café’s and restaurants and a home baking business. Her skills were taught to her by her own mother from a young age.
The recipes taught are authentic southern and Italian meals, desserts and biscuits. Some of them come straight from her handwritten recipe book of her late mothers own regional receipes. Angelina believes every receipe has a story and it should be told, eg, where did pizza come from? What are the traditional Italian herbs used. Where did the origin of homemade pasta come from? What are the specialty dishes of the regions of Italy. Seasonal cooking and why.
The dining table is the heart of a home and brings family and friends together. She hopes that her students will enjoy cooking for years to come and celebrate, food, family and friends in their own homes.
Her lessons include take home receipes that the children can impress their own families with at the same time, practicing the skill and art of cooking and confidence with ingredients.
Her greatest pleasure is to hear parents feedback that their children are confident junior chefs and want to cook on the weekends for the family or that they aspire to be chefs and own their own restaurant one day.
Date & Time
Wednesday 11 July 2018 / 11.15am – 1.00pm Thursday 19 July 2018 / 11.15am – 1.00pm
Angelina Bonifacio Phone: 0438 416 379 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
$45 – bookings essential.
Plant Propagation – Blacktown Showground
Saturday, 21 July 2018 | 10:00 AM to 11:30 AMDon’t buy expensive plants and seedlings ever again! Save money and learn how to sow your own seeds and take your own cuttings. This workshop shows you what seeds to choose, how to make your own propagating mix and how to do soft-wood, semi-hardwood and hardwood cuttings as well as layering. You’ll also learn how to collect and store seed from your current harvest.
For safety reasons and the comfort of others children under 16 years are not permitted to this workshop.
This is FREE for Blacktown residents and places are limited so booking through Eventbrite is essential. Book online
Due to the high interest, please cancel your ticket if you are unable to attend, or email email@example.com or call 9839 6055, so we can offer your place to someone else on our waitlist.
If you have any enquiries, please don’t hesitate to contact us using either options above. Visit http://sustainableblacktown.eventbrite.com to see our other upcoming workshops and events.
When Saturday, 21 July 2018 | 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Location Blacktown Showground Community Showground, Richmond Road, Blacktown 2148 View Map
Experience by Marker Furniture
Start Date & Time: Wednesday, 25 July 2018 10:00 am
End Date & Time: Sunday, 12 August 2018 4:00 pm
Address: Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small St, Willoughby NSW 2068, Willoughby
An exhibition of wooden furniture / everyday objects / built environment using natural materials by Isao Takezawa
Saturday 28 July, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
This exhibition created and curated by Isao Takezawa is a concept of integrating technology into well-crafted furniture and the built environment, enhancing our experience and relations to objects of everyday use. Through this experiment, Takezawa aims to bring awareness to the audience on how things are made, who makes them, and where they come from.
Image Credits: Isao Takezawa, Leather Stool, 2011, vegetable tanned leather
Contact: Isao Takezawa on 0448 004 159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS IN RETIREMENT
Epping Library – Free Seminar providing information on Accommodation Options in Retirement will cover
your choice to own your home or not
how financial considerations can alter your choice
Centrelink’s assessment for each choice
financial advantages and disadvantages in making this choice
This session will be followed by a Question and Answer session
In partnership with Financial Services, Centrelink
Free | Bookings essential online
Location: Epping Leisure and Learning Centre
A Sydney flower and garden show
We live in a visually overloaded world. Images bombard us on digital devices, billboards, television, signs, and those pesky SMS received as you walk past shops. These compete in a seemingly never ending visual cacophony for our attention.
Take a rest, shut your eyes. Come and enjoy the experience of looking at one work at a time. Enjoy that first sighting, that moment of recognition when a painting calls, speaking directly to your senses and memories.
That first experience of the texture and colour should be a visceral surprise, not dulled, second-hand on a flat screen. Artsite Galleries invites you to visit again, and again. The work that you should take home will sing to you and bring you great pleasure. Painting and sculpture is always better experienced in the real.
With this exhibition we introduce you to 4 new artists: Randall Sinnamon, Selina Kulitja, Billy Cooley, Malya Teamay.
When Every day, 11am to 5pm
Wednesday 18 July to Sunday 29 July 2018
Except Monday 23 July and Tuesday 24 July
Where Artsite Gallery 165 Salisbury Road, Camperdown
Kids health public seminar
For : Young children, Families
When: Wed 25 Jul 2018 at 7:00 PM -9:00 PM
Where: Sydney Adventist Hospital 185 Fox Valley Road, Wahroonga
Contact details: Contact Person: Alison King Telephone: 9487 9871 Email: email@example.com
Website: Sydney Adventist Hospital
Good Nutrition for Growing Children: lunchboxes, fussy eaters and family meals
This presentation will cover some of the most important and up-to-date nutrition information for growing children. This will include how to pack a healthy and delicious lunch box, how to enjoy family meals, some basic strategies for dealing with fussy eating, as well as some new research about nutrition, growth and development.
The ABCs of ENT: Common Ear, Nose and Throat issues that affect your child’s future
A/Prof Payal Mukherjee is an adult and paediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon with special skills in advanced ear surgery. Following her ENT training in Sydney, she attained further subspecialty post-fellowship training in otology, Cochlear implantation and lateral skull base surgery in Oxford and London.
Ratbag Sleeping: good sleep practices, screen time and obstructive sleep apnoea
Dr Hugh Allen is a Paediatrician at The Children’s Sleep Disorder Unit, Sydney Adventist Hospital. His research interests include Asthma and Sleep Medicine, management of acute asthma, and recurrent hospitalisation as well as the use of CPAP, chronic lung disease and chronic cough.