WHAT'S ON SEPTEMBER: Emotional eating - You're not alone if you hate dieting and giving up your favourite foods to lose weight. On 3 September, come to The Age library and listen to Jill Roberts, Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner, talk about how to take a holistic approach to weight loss. Book your place now.
It is Teachers' Scholarships time again! Give an inspiring teacher you know the incredible opportunity of being in the running to win one of five $4,000 scholarships. Nominations are open until midnight on Sunday 23 August and nominators will go in the draw to win an iPad Mini 2. Click through for more information!
WHAT'S ON SEPTEMBER: The miracle gut - Book now and join Kathy Ashton, medical nutritionist,on a fascinating talk about gaining and maintaining a healthy gut for wellbeing. You will also learn about the foods that can heal or harm you. Various sessions available across Hume City. Book your place now.
Are you curious to see what's in store for the Broadmeadows Town Hall redevelopment? Discover how the historic building is being transformed into a community and business hub by dropping in to an upcoming information session and have your say on how you think the new spaces should be used. Visit Council's website for further details.
WHAT'S ON - JUNE HIGHLIGHTS: Hume Home Harvest produce swap at Craigieburn Library: Get the most out of your vegie garden and bring along seedlings, cuttings, herbs, vegies or fruit from your garden to swap your fresh, healthy and seasonal produce with other local residents on Wednesday 15 June, 12–1pm at Craigieburn Library. No bookings required.
WHAT'S ON - JUNE HIGHLIGHTS: Excite your taste buds with a special chocolate truffle. Experience a culinary delight in June with a demonstration and taste test of making an elegant dessert which does not require baking. Book your place at this free event at Sunbury, Craigieburn or Tullamarine Library.
Meet writer and director Damon Gameau of the movie The Sugar Film. Damon will share his extraordinary experiences and insights into the food and sugar industry. He will explain how sugar damages the body and mind, and how easy it is to consume sugar without even knowing it. Gameau's That Sugar Book is available to borrow at any Hume Libraries branches and will also be available to purchase at the event. Book your place now at this free event at The Age and Sunbury Library.