march, 2024

sun17mar5:00 pm6:00 pmEvent OverIntro to Mohiniyattam DanceWomen in Business and Entrepreneurship Project 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Taylors Hill Youth & Community CentreProgram Type:Adults,Health & Wellbeing,Programs & Workshops,Special Events & Forums,TeensPrice:Free Event TagsAdult Learning,Community,Exercise,Health & WellbeingFree1 hour


Mohiniyattam is a traditional folk dance from Southern India, known for its fluid, swaying movements and delicate hand movements.

Join us for an interactive experience where you will get to learn the history and story behind  Mohiniyattam dance before being guided through a beginners dance routine.

Women of all abilities are welcome to join with no dance experience necessary.

This workshop is free to attend for women aged over 16 years who have a connection to the City of Melton. It is being offered by the Multicultural Association of Community Empowerment (MACE) as part of their Women in Business and Entrepreneurship Project and is proudly supported by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing ‘Investing in Women Grassroots Grants Program’.


Booking Fee*

When you enrol in this workshop a booking fee of $10 is payable to secure your place. This $10 booking fee will be refunded after the workshop to the credit card used at the time of booking.


Should you need to cancel your place in this workshop we ask you to please do this as soon as possible by emailing This will allow us to offer your spot to another community member.

If you give us at least 7 days notice of your need to cancel, we will refund your booking fee.

If you do not cancel with at least 7 days notice of the scheduled workshop date you will lose your booking fee, unless a medical certificate can be provided for the date of the course.

No shows to the workshop will result in the loss of the booking fee that was paid.

Notice of road works affecting travel to Taylors Hill Youth & Community Centre.

Melton City Council is duplicating Hume Drive between Gourlay Road and Calder Park Drive by increasing the existing two lanes to four lanes with a new road median. Works have now commenced and are expected to conclude early in 2025.

Works will take place Monday to Friday between 7am and 5pm and Saturday between 7am and 3:30pm. During the works, our intention is to keep the road open to traffic but there may be periods of time where there are reduced lanes and delays occur. We encourage road users to allow extra travel time and to use alternative routes if possible.


1 hour

Program Format

One off workshop


Multicultural Association of Community Empowerment (MACE)

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