Turn off your phone,TV, iPad, tablet, eReader and see the real world on a bike. This is your last chance this year to learn to ride your bike or improve your bike skills.
If you missed the last course, it’s on again Sunday 6 October 2013, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
The course, run by the City of Port Phillip, is a shortened, beginner-friendly version of their Defensive Riding Course. You will increase your rider knowledge, learn road rules, how to recognise hazards and how to choose the most appropriate route. The course comprises both theory and practice.
For ages 12+. The class is small so places are limited. To register email email@example.com.
JECO invites you to our next film night. A screening of “Force of Nature, the David Suzuki Movie” on Tuesday, May 28 at 7:30 pm at the Blake Street Shule, 868 Glenhuntly Road, Caulfield South (enter from Roselea Street). The film will be followed by supper and a discussion.
More information about the film here: www.davidsuzuki.org/david/legacy-force-of-nature/
How many cigarette butts would you expect to find along Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick between Elsternwick Station and Orrong Road? The answer is a staggering 1,425 and we probably missed a few! A group of JECO members counted cigarette butts for a study being conducted by the Port Phillip EcoCentre. The aim of the study is to identify and implement local strategies to reduce cigarette butt litter which eventually ends up in the Bay. As we were paid for our time, this was also a fundraiser for JECO. If you’d like to participate in the next butt survey contact firstname.lastname@example.org.