Give it the boot: Mooroolbark Soccer Club will host a car boot sale from 9am-2pm on October 20 at Esther Park, Esther Crescent, Mooroolbark. Free to shop, $20 to hire a car spot. Details, bookings: Brad, 0417 510 803 or thebarkers.com.au.
Green thumbed: Arrabri Community House in Allambanan Drive, Bayswater North, is running a series of gardening courses starting this month. Details, bookings: 9294 7530 or arrabri.org.
Plants for sale: The best selection of potted plants this spring will be on sale this Saturday at the Friends of Tindale plant sale, from 10am-4pm in the George Tindale Garden, 33 Sherbrooke Road, Sherbrooke. Free entry. Details: 131 963.
To market: Dandenong Ranges Steiner School market day is on Saturday, October 21, from 10am-4pm. Stalls, music, food, handmade craft, books, toys raffle, kids' activities and more. 11C Duffys Road, Narre Warren East/Emerald. Details: 8790 4797.
Showtime: Monkami Drama Group will present its new comedy, Monkami's Mission Impossible, on November 1 at the Karralyka Centre. Shows at 12.30pm and 7pm. Bookings essential; tickets $5 for the matinee and $15 for the evening. Details, bookings: 9725 8677.
Carers needed: Wesley Do Care volunteers visit isolated older people living in their own homes. Details: Lynn Burke, 9794 3065.
Buckle Up Kids: Free child seat checks at Arrabri Community House, Bayswater North, throughout Children's Week. Starting from October 22, from 9.30am to 11.30am. Bookings essential. Details: 9294 7530 or arrabri.org.
Get tech-savvy: North Ringwood Community House is offering computer classes in term four for beginners, intermediate users and Apple Mac users in MYOB. Also, learn the basics of digital photos, Powerpoint, Excel, the internet and email. Details: nrch.org.au or 9876 3421.
Frog fanatics: Montrose Gardeners group and Eastern Regional Libraries will host guest speaker Emily Bolitho at 1pm next Tuesday, October 16, for a talk about local and urban frogs and how to attract them to your garden. From 1pm at The Bridge Community Garden Centre, 49 Durham Road, Kilsyth. Bookings essential. Details: 9725 1932, 9728 3587, 9728 4224.
Healing art: Creative art and meditation classes at the Michael Centre, 37A Wellington Park Drive, Warranwood. Details, bookings: Jo, 0411 104 600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning fun: Arrabri Community House has term-four classes in computers, parenting and health and fitness, and Seniors Week activities. Details, bookings: 9294 7530 or arrabri.org.
English help: AMES need volunteers to assist adult migrants and refugees with English and settlement skills. Free training starts this month in Ringwood. Details: Gitta Clayton, 9847 0405.
New term: North Ringwood Community House is taking enrolments for term four. Details: 9876 3421 or nrch.org.au.
Speak up: Women can improve self-confidence and have fun at the Penguin Club. Meetings at the Glenn Frost room in Croydon library. Details: 9439 8687.
Stallholders wanted: Village Independent Primary School’s 30th birthday celebration market is on December 8 in Croydon North. Stallholders wanted to sell quality products. Details: Lisa Marsden, 0419 135 980.
Book lovers: Books for sale at $1 each, every Saturday 10am-noon (except long weekends or school holidays) at Lilydale Uniting Church, corner Anderson and George streets. All money donated to local community groups. Book donations welcome. Details: 97351990.
Volunteers needed: Volunteer one hour a week to befriend someone with mental illness. Get involved with St Vincent de Paul’s compeer program. Details: 9895 5886.
Help at hand: Affordable and experienced counselling service at the Bridge Community Garden Centre, Durham Road, Kilsyth, and Wyreena Community Arts Centre, Croydon. Details: Jackie, 9728 2863.
Get involved: Ringwood U3A has classes including computers, creative writing, poetry, table tennis, languages, history, line dancing and cryptic crosswords at 125A Warrandyte Road, North Ringwood. Details: 9879 2677.
Lovely ladies: Interested women are welcome to visit Heathmont Ladies Probus Club. Bus outings, social groups, movie luncheons, suburban walks, book clubs and moremovie luncheons, suburban walks and book clubs. Details: 0425 780 779.
Twinkle toes: Learn traditional Scottish dancing from 8pm every Wednesday at the Central Ringwood Community Centre. Cost $5, including supper. Details: Marilyn, 9870 1954.
Back to school: Croydon U3A runs about 80 classes a week for seniors. Subjects include computer basics, Microsoft Office, Publisher and surfing the internet. At Keystone Hall Complex, 1 Civic Square, Croydon. Details: 9724 9544.
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