Scotchmans Creek: Friends of Scotchmans Creek and Valley Reserve is holding a free speakers' forum on March 21 on 'What 150 years has done to our native habitat' concentrating on Melbourne's urban fringes and waterways. Matt Ruchel, executive director of the Victorian National Parks Association, will speak at 7.30pm at Alvie Hall, 314 High Street Road, Mount Waverley, corner of Alvie and High Street roads (Melway 61:D11). Details: 9802 3481.
Hearing help: Free hearing test at Waverley Community Learning Centre, 5 Fleet Street, Mount Waverley, 9.30am-3pm March 15, by appointment. Details: 9807 6011 or email: email@example.com or visit waverleyclc.org.au.
Market day: Early Learning Centre is holding a market day, 10am-1pm March 23, 1 England Road, Glen Waverley. There will be a range of new and preloved items for sale from a range of small businesses and families. Details: 8521 3550 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
African Man: Pastor Jimmy Mutebi 'The African Man' will speak at Monash Christian Church, 19 McDonalds Lane, Mulgrave, on March 17, 10am and 6pm. Details: 9562 5599.
Gentle exercise: Tai chi and chi kung classes held 9am Saturdays at Valley Reserve, Mount Waverley. Details: 9700 0547.
Membership available: The Combined Probus Club of Waverley Gardens meets at the Vegas Club, Waverley Gardens shopping centre, 9.45am on the last Tuesday each month. Details: Rick, 9801 4049 or Noela 9560 2528.
Hole in one: Oakleigh Veterans Golf Club seeks new members to join them on the green on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at the Oakleigh Public Golf Course. Prospective members aged 55 or over are welcome to join. Cost: $10 yearly membership. Details: John 9579 5362 or Bill 9807 7715.
Indian music: An evening of Indian classical music with a western twist by esteemed North Indian slide guitarist Debasis Chakroborty performing with Sam Evans and Stephen Magnusson at the Music Auditorium, Monash University, Clayton, 7.30pm March 22. Cost: $10-20. Details: 9905 1111 or monash.edu/mapa.