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By Kath Gannaway

Seville Community House is inviting women to take a day off on Saturday, 29 April, and join them for a day of information, activities and fun.
The house, set in the grounds of the Seville Primary School will host the free Money, Dignity and Inclusion Forum from 10am until 4pm.
SCH manager, Vicki Harrison said a full program is planned with a series of rolling forums taking place throughout the day including Victoria Police, Bendigo Bank, Centrelink and Eastern Community Legal Centre.
Other activities range from free finance workshops and women’s needs conversations to Nia dance, a cottage industry marketplace, community art project and health and well-being activities.
“It’s not just about taking in wads of information, we will be running fun, creative activities all day and introducing a range of services that women in the Yarra Valley may not be aware of,” Vicki said.
A limited number of stalls is still available for the Make, Bake and Create Market.
To book free tickets yarra-ranges-forum-for-women.eventbrite.com.au or phone community house manager, Vicki Harrison on 5964 3987 for more information.

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