An exhibition of self-portraits and drawings by young artists to celebrate Refugee Week 2017
Celebrate the opening of Bluebird House with a garden market, community art making, vintage and retro wares, music, food and much more…
We all want our children to experience the joy of music. But does it really matter?
In this fascinating and thought-provoking talk, world-renowned expert Dr John Feierabend explains WHY music is so important for babies and children.
First Steps In Music is a music and movement curriculum for teachers of children from birth through the primary years. This four day accreditation course is being offered for the first time in Australia.
A garden party to thank all of the 2016 artists and volunteers who have helped Bluebird create and deliver quality arts programs that make a difference.
A family dance for families that are anything but average! Come and join the fun at Bluebird Foundation's ‘Not your average family’ Dance. The renowned Billy Tea Bush Band will lead the toe tapping, foot stompin’, hand clapping fun for kids and adults of all shapes, sizes and abilities.
Bluebird Foundation presents a special concert of beautiful music played especially for little children. Professional musician, Peter Huf, will delight with classical and modern melodies on guitar, piano, violin and more.
Intergenerational pebble mosaic and planting workshops in the grounds of Tate Street Primary School. Learn how to create beautiful pebble mosaics with artist Ines Machado. A Geelong Seniors Festival event.
Adopt-a-birdhouse and help Bluebird Foundation raise funds to continue their work in the Geelong community
It's 1956 and Edna, Beryl and the ladies of the Bluebird Auxiliary invite you to their inaugural trivia challenge. Test your wits against the Bluebird Brains Trust as we challenge you with a series of questions on current events and historical facts.