Guest Speaker: June Valentine
Just in time for Easter – hands up who likes chocolate? There won’t be too many who don’t like that sweet or bittersweet treat. Which is, of course, why it is one popular food on the planet and why it is so often associated with feasts, gifts and good times.
In this presentation, June will explore the history and health benefits of chocolate. Stay for chocolate tastings and see if you can tell the difference and which is your favourite.
Plus: Herb Plants for Sale
Please be seated 7.15 for 7.30 pm Start
Please bring a plate to share and/or herbs for herb tea or assist at the tea trolley after the main event.
Where: Room MB10 (next main Building Hall) – Please be seated 7.15 for 7.30 pm Start
- Burnley Campus, Melbourne University
- 500 Yarra Blvd Richmond
- Enter MB building from the main entrance
- Room is normally open 7.00pm for 7.30pm start
HOW TO GET THERE:
- By road The main entrance is on Yarra Boulevard – south from the Swan Street bridge. Parking inside the grounds is limited so, if possible please park on Yarra Blvd and walk in.
- By tram From Flinders Street along the Exhibition Street extension into Swan Street, tram number 70 to stop number 18
- By train Nearest stations are Burnley, Hawthorn or Heyington
HSOV meets 1st Thursday of the Month (not January) but special events.
COVID advice for Melbourne University and therefore HSOV meetings at Burnley – please do not attend if you are experiencing symptoms – see also https://www.unimelb.edu.au/coronavirus