Stay Connected with free kids and adult cooking classes, live trivia and yoga & Pilates sessions
Continuing to deliver much-needed fun to the community, Burwood Brickworks has introduced new and exciting classes to its online series to run throughout October.
After the success of its virtual activities in August and September, the new schedule includes live kids’ cooking classes with Foost, Hatha Yoga from the team at Little Mandarin and the return of the popular trivia nights with Know Brainer Trivia, cooking masterclasses with acre farm & eatery and more, offering patrons the opportunity to stay connected with its retailers in a fun and engaging way.
Just for the kids, Burwood Brickworks has teamed up with positive food educators Foost to host live interactive Children’s Cooking Classes every Saturday at 10am, with new step-by-step recipes each week to delight any tastebuds and develop safe kitchen skills.
acre farm & eatery will also again host two Live Interactive Cooking Masterclasses led by acre’s farmhouse restaurant Head Chef, Chef PJ, with a delicious dinner recipe on Tuesday 6 and 20 October at 7pm.
The talented quiz masters at Know Brainer Trivia will return to host Live Trivia Tuesdays every week in October at 7:30pm via the Burwood Brickworks Shopping Facebook Page with prizes to be won from Ben & Jerry’s and Gami Chicken & Beer.
Yoga and Pilates studio Little Mandarin will introduce Hatha Yoga & Meditation classes for mind and body strength to run every Sunday at 4pm alongside Kids Yoga every Sunday at 10am, and Mat Pilates classes every Thursday at 10am, focusing on toning and lengthening the body.
For further details about each event and bookings, please visit www.burwoodbrickworks.shopping.
Burwood Brickworks shopping centre remains open with the following stores still trading: Woolworths, Hu Hui Asian Grocer, The Source Bulk Foods, Dan Murphy’s, Choice Pharmacy, Eye Trend and BB Medical Centre.
Food retailers still offering takeaway and delivery include Gami Chicken & Beer, acre farm & eatery pop-up (outside Woolworths), My Sushi, Norwood Café, Gotcha Fresh Tea and Ben & Jerry’s.
Although Melbourne remains in lockdown, Burwood Brickworks remains committed to servicing the community to ensure minds, bodies and bellies are full of exciting experiences both inside and outside its walls.