Holden Street Neighbourhood House is now offering free online Moving Meditation sessions. Our teacher Nicole Feiber invites you to join a wonderful class, designed to stimulate and balance the senses. All you need is a chair without arm rests and a quiet space.
Register to join sessions here
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Virtual Event DetailsPlease register to join sessions. Once you register you will receive the Zoom link to join classes by email. For further information, contact us on 03 9489 9929 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
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12pm - 12.30pm
Community Outreach Node at Mirrabooka Square in Western Australia
Celebrating Adult learning Week 2020.
The Node runs from 9am until 4pm on a Thursday twice a month.
This SAFE space has been set up at a shopping centre for organisations to offer outreach services and promote cultural inclusion.
Sudbury Community House Association, City of Stirling and The Square Mirrabooka have collaborated to establish a pop-up to offer outreach services at the shopping centre.
The community outreach node or hub will act as a platform for organisations which wouldn’t normally have capacity to set up a site in a shopping centre.
This week people are invited to come and have a photo taken, add a message on our messsage board or fill out the survey for their preferred adult learning activities that can run out of the Sudbury Community Education Hub and Sudbury Community House.
Officially launched by Janine Freeman MLA on the 15th July, 2020. Sudbury Community Education Hub is situated at Sudbury Community House and is part of their Empowering Communities Program.A volunteer coordinator delivers education and support by providing the Mirrabooka community a place and space for adult individuals to share and learn together.
The Be Connected Technology Literacy for over 50’s program is the first to be implemented in the hub.
Sudbury Community House: A place of Community; a place of belonging, being, and becoming where people feel accepted, safe, and free to develop and grow.
Inclusiveness is our nature here at Sudbury Community House, which reﬂects the needs and aspirations of our community and provides activities in response to community input where everyone is welcome, knowing that we care for their social health and wellbeing.
Sudbury Community House is a Neighbourhood Centre that is a vibrant hub of the community, a place of friendships, formed and nurtured, where people of all ages and all walks of life can really feel that they belong.
Our community family are encouraged to help in the Centre’s organisation, management and use.
A sense of belonging and family is why Neighbourhood Centres like ours are referred to by people as ‘It feels like home’; a welcoming space where everyone can feel a part of something: a place to belong.
We encourage you to be a part of the Sudbury Family community… Call us on (08) 9344 8011 or email email@example.com to see how you can connect to or support the Sudbury Family.
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- event Thursday August 27th
9am - 4 pm