Seeking relief School Crossing Supervisors
Glen Eira City Council is currently recruiting relief school crossing supervisors. We are looking for people who are willing to travel across the whole of the municipality, have their own transport and have availability to be called on at short notice in the mornings and in the afternoons. Applicants must have excellent communication skills, enjoy working with people, be reliable, hardworking & have basic computer skills.
If you are interested in applying for the role, please use the following link:
For further information, contact School Crossing Business Support Officer Sandra Horrigan or Rob Parker on 9524 3333 or email email@example.com.
St Anthony's Parish Tennis Club - Tennis Lessons
Mrs Patti Katz will be commencing tennis lessons next Term. The lessons take place at lunchtime on Monday and Tuesday . The venue is close, only next door to the school. Written permission is required to allow Patti to remove the students interested from school, so please contact her if you are interested.
Patti Katz - 0411 277348
Live music is coming to Glen Eira’s parks and gardens from the back of classic vintage trucks! Over three Sundays in May and June you will enjoy performances by jazz vocalist Alma Zygier, Mutti Mutti man and singer songwriter Kutcha Edwards, and world renowned Invictus Quartet.
Location: Princes Park, Caulfield SouthTime: 1pm to 4pmDate: Sunday 16 May
Local talent Alma Zygier brings old school sultry jazz to the 21stcentury with her performances that are reminiscent of a pre-war era. Influenced by Jazz greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday, Zygier will be performing her American Songbook repertoire.
Location: Mallanbool Reserve, MurrumbeenaTime: 1pm to 4pmDate: Sunday 30 May
Mutti Mutti man and singer songwriter Kutcha Edwards is a captivating performer who uses music to create connections across cultures, generations, and spaces.
Kutcha draws on a profound sense of all those who have gone before him on this land to help his audiences understand themselves and reconnect with their culture, and to promote cultural understanding.
Location: Joyce Park, OrmandTime: 1pm to 4pmDate: Sunday 6 June
Invictus Quartet was formed in 2017 by four friends who share a love for music, travel, and food. Together, they have performed all around the world and have also collaborated with songwriters, dancers, film directors, and contemporary artists. Offstage, Invictus loves to bring music to the community around them, including playing for patients in hospitals, performing on the streets of Melbourne and posting covers of their latest hits on social media!
QR code sign-in will be required and a thorough COVID clean will be carried out between sets. Limited seating is available and strictly 30 minutes per person is allowed. Be sure to rug up for the Autumn/Winter weather!