Telephone: 03 5655 2524
Fax: 03 5658 1375
21 Shellcot Road, Korumburra, Victoria, Australia 3950
P.O Box 136, Korumburra, Victoria, Australia 3950
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Monday - Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm
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We just had some lovely visitors from ASCO, who have delivered some replacement and new flyers. Which prompted this post. Do you or someone you know, need help with an alcohol, other drug or mental health concern? If so you … Continue reading
We still have places available for the following workshops, please let us know if you are planning on attending. Needle Felt Fairy Saturday November 30 and Polymer Clay for Beginners – Necklace Saturday December 7. Please call Milpara on 5655 … Continue reading
Due to a number of inquires and the fact a number of other local courses are already full. We have scheduled an extra First Aid Course date. It will be Tuesday December 3. CPR $60 HTLAID001 9 am – 12 … Continue reading
FYI we have scheduled another RSA course for this term. It will be Thursday December 12, 5 pm – 9 pm. Bookings can be done online through TryBooking or call Milpara 5655 2524. Special note: if you are planning on … Continue reading
Connect Over Food Luncheon is something new we are trialling at Milpara this term. We have two dates set Tuesday November 19 and December 17, 1 pm start. The idea is to bring along a dish to share and enjoy … Continue reading
Korumburra Craft Group meet at Milpara on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, you know what that means? They’ll be here on October 24 if you’d like to join them. Would you like to Learn French? Rachel will … Continue reading
Summary Cash flow is the life blood of every small business. Not enough cash flow and things start to go wrong. Without it, no business can survive. If you’re spending more time juggling cash than running your business, making a … Continue reading