Peaceman: Beyond Masculinity, Divinity is a new book by Hanuman Das.
The book bridges the gap between genders and points to what lies beyond individual differences.
This book will be launched at the Living Peace Yoga centre on November 19 to mark International Men's Day.
Blokes BBQ Breakfast will start at 7.30am, Tuesday 19 November at the Goods Shed, 41 Evans Road, Macquarie Point. The breakfast will raise funds for Men's Resources Tasmania, an organisation addressing the health and social wellbeing needs of all men and boys.
MRT runs a number of events throughout the year, offers resources, presentations and advocacy about male health and wellbeing concerns.
The Goods Shed,
41 Evans Road, Macquarie Point.
Contact: Jonathan Bedloe, 0429 581 095
Come along to a breakfast at the Bellevue Cafe, where we will recognise the contribution of local men and boys who have quietly shouldered three years of drought and bush fires.
There will be speakers and local musicians.
The cost for breakfast is $20 payable at the door
Shed Happens Mackay is hosting the inaugural DGH Engineering Celebratory Breakfast to recognise International Men’s Day on 19 Nov at Souths Leagues Club commencing at 07:00am.
The breakfast will conclude at 09:00am.
There will be many prize giveaways with a weekend for two at the Airlie Beach Big 4 Tourist Park in a Deluxe cabin, the main prize. This is a fund raising breakfast to support Movember Australia, a charity supporting men’s health. The theme of the morning is: 'Connect to Survive'.
Tickets are $50.00 per person and can be purchased from the SHED Happens Mackay Facebook page.
More and more research is showing us that we can do certain things to improve our moods, reduce the risk of depression, strengthen relationships, keep us healthy and even add up to seven years to our lives - it all comes down to living well.
The Living Well Expo Redland Bay will showcase the region‛s organisations and services aimed at helping you live a healthier and happier life! Come on down to the Living Well Expo Redland Bay and find out what you can do across all the areas of your life to keep living well.
Enjoy a coffee and BBQ lunch for a gold coin donation - and lots of great demonstrations and displays to keep you entertained!
Please RSVP with numbers to firstname.lastname@example.org
Blokepedia invites you to take part in the Northern Territory Men's Forum.
Share your thoughts and provide feedback as we get together to discuss some of the issues and topics that impact the lives of men living in the Territory.
In these interactive sessions we will explore topics such as:
- Men's Health and Wellbeing
- Access to support services in the NT
- Support for fathers, grandfathers & families
- Work/Career and Lifestyle
These forums are supported by The Northern Territory Government and are part of the consultation process for the development of The Northern Territory Gender Equality Framework.
The Framework focuses on the key areas of Safety, Health & Wellbeing, Economic Security, and Leadership & Participation.These focus areas aim to address the gender inequalities that exist in the Northern Territory.
We look forward to having you join in these important conversations
Note: Morning Tea is provided
Brighton North Rotary will host an inaugural luncheon to celebrate International Men's Day on November 19.
This event will promote, inform & educate attendees on men’s health & happiness.
On arrival attendees will be able to browse in the Market Place – where stallholders will offer a variety of interesting information – including contemporary men’s health issues. We plan for this area to provide sufficient interest to allow people to consider the exhibits prior to proceeding to lunch.
Any proceeds made this year will be distributed to:
Hepatitis B Virus research (Doherty Institute)
Brighton Bayside Men’s Shed
Youth suicide awareness (scholarship program)
Brighton North Rotary Community projects
Men & women all welcome.
MC: Matt Nichols
Speakers: Jeremy Forbes, founder of HALT
Don Elgin, Paralympian
Cost: $95 or $90 for a table of 10.
Mr. Perfect holds FREE informal weekly "Meetup" BBQs in various locations across Australia.
This is a special event to introduce to you to the new amazing real365 Centre, a gym and mental health service.
If you are free for a couple of hours for a healthy BBQ (Meat and Vegetarian) come along and meet a bunch of top blokes. We will supply soft drink and water also but please bring your own preference if you wish.
The format is simple, informal and completely inclusive. It is a chance to get out of the house in the sun, socialise and meet some great people and form a supportive community.
Friends and family welcome too! Mental health is discussed at times and is purely optional.
Please RSVP to Greg at email@example.com or txt/phone 0417 772 390 for catering purposes by Nov 18
International Men’s Day in Australia is a great opportunity for you to:
- Highlight some of the social issues than men and boys face
- Make a difference for the men and boys in your community
- Celebrate men and boys in all their diversity
- Have some serious fun
This year, City of Palmerston are joining the celebrations and EVERYONE is invited. So come up top to the Recreation Centre and join us.
There will be a range of FREE activities, including a 3 on 3 Basketball Comp for the guys, a Barbering Station promoting self care, BBQ, learn to play the Didgeridoo (males only) and Interactive Stalls.
Make sure you come along and invite the men in your life!
No Man Walks Alone!
Mentoring Men in conjunction with Gotcha4Life are hosting a Men’s Walk and Talk around Narrabeen Lagoon to celebrate International Men’s Day on Tuesday 19 Nov 19.
Mentoring Men Director Ian Westmoreland said “we wanted to create an opportunity for men to walk and talk in a safe, supported environment and also create an awareness of the Mentoring Men program where a trained male mentor provides free one on one life mentoring to another man. Our
vision is “Supporting Men in their life journey”.
The walk is open to any men and those interested should start gathering at Berry Reserve from 5 pm onwards where there will be a free coffee available. The 8.4 km walk will start at 6 pm and should complete around 8 pm.
Ian advised that the only rules for the walk are:
• Men only (sorry ladies)
• No man walks alone
• No smoking
• No drinking
• Dogs on leads allowed