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Published April 5th 2018
Half a dozen classes and all are free
Want to boost your fitness, have fun, and build your IT and business, then check out these top 6 free classes in Melbourne in May 2018.
Start with this May 12th History of Coffee walk from North Melbourne Library (66 Errol Street) to the Queen Victoria Market Produce Hall. A great way to explore North Melbourne, and make friends along the way.
Free Cafe Coffee Market Tour Unusual History North
For something a bit more focused on your wellbeing, the May 1st 'Mood and Food' session goes through some fascinating insights into how your gut is directly influencing your stress levels and mood. Meet at 12.30pm at General Assembly at 12a 45 William Street in Melbourne. This event runs for an hour
If you've always wanted to be better at design on a computer, then the May 9th class on 'MakerBasics: Create Professional Posters' using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is ideal. You will learn how to develop and create an event poster. Bring a USB along to save your great work. This event is at Library at The Dock at 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade, on Level 2 in the Maker Space.
Another IT-focused class on May 16th is 'Search and Find' at the State Library of Victoria at 328 Swanston Street Melbourne. Meet in the foyer at 2pm, for an hour and a half seminar that will improve your online research skills.
If your interest is specific to researching your family tree, then check out 'Finding Families' on May 16th. This is also on at the State Library and starts at 10.30am on May 16th.
And here's one more that's a mix of business and self-development. The 'Personal Branding for Introverts' class on May 16th provides techniques and tips to help with interviews, networking and building confidence. The session is at 6.30pm at General Assembly at 12a 45 William Street in Melbourne. This event runs for an hour and a half.