The Rokeby Neighbourhood Centre regularly live streams interesting tutorials through its Facebook page. This includes cooking, crafts and scrapbooking, and digital skills.
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The University of Tasmania is providing short courses to support a more confident and resilient community, and help Tasmanians face the challenges of COVID-19. Four modules can be chosen, which can include family history, healthy eating, mindfulness, financial planning and the environment.
While closed to the public, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is taking people on virtual tours of the museum. View in live time on Facebook or watch later on Facebook and YouTube.
Through Libraries Tasmania, you can research your family history online, or explore and download from their eLibrary collection, including eBooks and eMusic.
Home of the Redwater Creek Steam and Heritage Society working to preserve its industrial age heritage. The Centre has a 4km steam train ride, museum housing a large collection of agricultural and steam era machinery, coffee shop, and a model railway club.
Come every week or drop in when you can. These are fun and interactive classes where you can learn new skills and meet people. If you haven't used a computer before that is fine, we will help you get started. No need to book just turn up on the day.