Mother’s Day is on the second Sunday in May.
May 2017 Events in Melbourne and Victoria
- Australian Office Professionals Day– Visit our Secretary’s Day page for gift ideas.
- International Composting Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness about the importance of this valuable organic resource and to promote compost use, knowledge and products. We can compost to help scrap carbon pollution by avoiding landfilling organic materials and helping to build healthier soils.
- 14 May (Sunday) 2017 – Mothers Day Second Sunday in May. See Mother’s Day gifts and gift ideas Australia
- Trees for Mum – free national event offers motherless children a way to remember their mum, and celebrate the beauty of life, by planting a tree in her honour. Go to the website for more information.
- Mothers Day Classic – An annual fun run which aims to raise money for breast cancer research. Proceeds will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
- 26 May (Friday) 2017 – Sorry Day held on the 26 May each year.
May Events from the forum
These events are in the order that they have been posted - not in date order.
- Basketry Craft Workshop Sat 6 May 2017 - by trinca
The Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne present a Coiled Basket Workshop Come and join us in this fun workshop to make a coiled basket...
- Art Exhibition: Guirguis New Art Prize, Saturday 25 March to Sunday 14 May 2017 - by John
The Guirguis New Art Prize forges new ways to consider and experience contemporary art. The strong field of 2017 finalists in the third biennial...
- Public Forum: The New Success: What skills do our kids need in the 21st Century? Thursday 11 May - by John
In the new emerging economy being able to learn, unlearn, relearn is the skill that will bring each future graduate the capacity to thrive in a...
- Museum Exhibition: Chinese Fortunes major Australian exhibition exploring the stories of early Chinese - by Darren
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E) presents Chinese Fortunes, an exhibition exploring the stories of early Chinese Australians ...
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