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  • Sunday Afternoon Tea – Alowyn Gardens

    SUNDAY AFTERNOON TEA – ALOWYN GARDENS – STEELS CREEK COMMUNITY EVENT Come and join other Steels Creek community members for a yummy Sunday afternoon tea, and wander through the beautiful Alowyn Gardens.  This event is complimentary to all Steels Creek community members. Venue:         Alowyn Gardens 1210 Melba Hwy, Yarra Glen VIC 3775 Date:            Sunday 22 […]

  • S4Reel Film Club – Made In Dagenham 2010″

    S4Reel Film Club Guaranteed laughs; suspense; and drama together with fine food and good company. Dinner and movie in our Gold Class venue. Screening Friday 13th May: “Made In Dagenham 2010” The inspiring story of the women who made history back in the “Swinging Sixties” by fighting for equal pay. It is a funny; warm […]

  • Poetry@Chrissy Hills

    Poetry@Chrissy Hills “Open Mic” WHEN: 7.30pm Thursday April 28th 2016 WHERE: Christmas Hills Mechanics’ Institute Hall, 787 Ridge Road, Christmas Hills, Melway 265 H12 COST: $5 Entry Enquiries: Sandy: 0418 523 644 Featured Reader: Jennifer Harrison Jennifer has written five poetry collections, the most recent being Colombine: New & Selected Poems (Black Pepper 2010), shortlisted […]

  • Living with Bushfire Conference

    What: 3rd Annual Living with Bushfire Community Conference When: 7 & 8 October 2016, 9am – 4.30pm, Multi-streamed Conference & Expo Where: Box Hill Institute Lilydale Lakeside Campus – Jarlo Drive Lilydale Cost: $20 per day including lunch, morning & afternoon tea, Friday drinks & nibbles Dinner: Friday 7 October – 6:30-9:30pm @ extra cost […]

  • S4Reel Film Club – 15th April

    Guaranteed laughs; suspense; and drama together with fine food and good company. Dinner and movie in our Gold Class venue. Screening On Friday 15thth April: DAD & DAVE (1995) This Australian comedy film is based the Steele Rudd stories set in the bush and describing the day to day life of Dad and his gormless […]

  • SCCC Working Bee – 23rd April

    Can you spare anything – from a few minutes to an hour – to help spruce up the community centre grounds? There will be a Working Bee at the community centre on Saturday 23rd April, immediately before the market.  The main tasks are weeding, brushcutting and general tidying up. Bring some gloves, weeding tools and/or […]

  • Women on the Go – Artists in Business

    WHERE: Burrinja, 351 Glenfern Road, Upwey 3153 WHEN: May 19 – 8am to 9.30 expo, Forum 9.45 to 11.30am COST: $40 per person The Women on the Go Series continues in 2016 in its 7th year in conjunction with Knox, Maroondah and Yarra Ranges Council and is proudly supported by the Bendigo Bank and Lilydale & […]

  • Victorian AgriBusiness Summit

    MORE INFO: Victorian AgriBusiness Summit Some of the great speakers at the Agritourism – Opening the farmgate Summit June 24. Robert Ravens owner of iconic Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Tasmania is speaking about how they created a tourism destination, Yarra Valley fruit farms Rayners Orchard and Cherryhill Orchards will both talk about how they have developed […]

  • Learn how to control rabbits

    Want to learn more about how to control rabbit populations. Are they eating your crops, or garden? Join Agribusiness Yarra Valley for Dinner on Thursday 21 April at Soumah Winery in Gruyere from 6:30pm. There is even rabbit on the menu! Rabbit expert Tim Bloomfield, and local rabbit action group members will talk about what […]

  • Help Needed: SCLG Bunnings BBQ – 24th April

    Can you help? This is a simple posting with just one question. On Sunday 24th April we have a sausage sizzle fundraiser at Bunnings in Chirnside park.  These are a great way of raising substantial funds and have helped us in the purchase of items such as a wood splitter, 200l spray unit, fertilizer spreader, fencing […]

  • Community Led Emergency Planning Forum 2016

    Dandenong Ranges & Yarra Valley Community Led Emergency Planning Forum WHEN: 9.30am – 4pm, 30th April 2016 WHERE: Monbulk Living & Learning Centre 21 Main St, Monbulk Community Led Emergency Planning (CLEP) groups across the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley are invited to join together for a Free 1 day forum to share their experiences, […]

  • “May Day” Family BBQ, Sunday 1st May 2016

    WHEN: Sunday May 1st 2016, 2pm-7pm WHERE: Steels Creek Community Centre COST: FREE! To help celebrate the passing of the seasons, the SCCC and the SCA is putting on a May Day Family BBQ. The event will be held in the late afternoon/early evening on Sunday 1st May and will have free entertainment for the […]

  • Steels Creek Association – Upcoming Events

      School Holiday Drumming Workshop Join us at SCCC for this one hour African Drumming Workshop…. heaps of fun for all ages 3:30 pm Wednesday 6th April Booking is essential Funded by SCA and VBAF Limited to 35 places Bookings: Maree Rothwell, Secretary SCA:, Phone: 0414278649   School Holiday Movies SCA with the support […]

  • Having Internet Problems?

    Quite a number of residents reported having problems with their internet connections during much of Feb 2016 – regardless of which provider they’re with. Problems range from frequent disconnects to absolutely appalling connection speeds. The problem stems from some work that the wholesale provider (Telstra) was doing around the Steels Creek and Dixon’s Creek exchanges. The works were scheduled […]

  • Yarra Glen People’s Panel

    A People’s Panel is being held during March and April 2016 to provide recommendations to Council on where the funds from the sale from 39-41 Bell St should be allocated on capital works priorities in the Yarra Glen township. Nine projects have been identified through community consultation in 2012 as part of ‘Embrace Our Street’ […]

  • Justice Connect Announces 2016 Training for Not-For-Profits

    Not-for-profit Law (Justice Connect) has published a full-year calendar of training opportunities for those operating, or wanting to establish and operate, a not-for-profit organisation. There are a number of new topics that will help address emerging issues of concern for not-for-profits, including making your organisation cyber-resilient, and how to set up auspicing arrangements. These new topics […]

  • Access to the Community Centre from the carpark

    In recent times, there have been reports that some users of the Community Centre are finding the walk from the carpark up the driveway to the Centre to be too steep for comfort. SCCC’s Committee has been asked to remind Community Centre users that there is a less steep approach path for those who require […]