Make a valuable community contribution
& develop your crafting skills.
Would you like to make items for charity donations? Are you interested in doing crafts such as a quilt story, jewellery making, card making, knitting trauma Teddies, hats, scarves and blankets for those in need? Then come along to the women’s craft and yarning group.
When: every Wednesday, from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Where: Casey Aboriginal Gathering Place, 20 Agonis Street, Doveton, Vic 3177
- Aboriginal women and kin are welcome
- Bring your children with you
- As you’ll be making a valuable contribution to the community sector, participation in this group can contribute towards community work
As women you can collectively agree on the charities you’ll support, whilst meeting other women and building on your personal strengths.
For more info and contacts to make a booking: Women’s Craft and Yarning Group Flyer
Are you a secondary (high school) or tertiary student in the City of Casey who requires study support?
Come along to the Homework Centre at the Casey Aboriginal Gathering Place where you can access computers, tutors and a supportive group environment.
When: every Wednesday during school term, from 4:00 – 7:00 PM
Where: Casey Aboriginal Gathering Place
20 Agonis Street, Doveton, Vic 3177
For more info and to register your interest see the flyer: Koorie homework centre flyer
ICACC member, City of Kingston, has announced that works are set to begin on a new $4 million Life Saving Club and Indigenous Gathering Place in Mordialloc after a builder was appointed to the exciting new community building.
It will feature a state-of-the art centre for the Mordialloc Life Saving Club and an Indigenous Gathering Place and has been funded in partnership by Kingston Council ($2.94m), the Victorian Government in association with Life Saving Victoria ($1m) and the Mordialloc Surf Lifesaving Club ($100,000). FIMMA Constructions has been appointed to construct the project and works are expected to begin in October 2015.
Mayor, Geoff Gledhill, said the project was a highlight of Council’s 2015/16 Budget and would provide a valuable community asset. “The Gathering Place will serve as a place of welcome for Aboriginal community members where they can connect, learn new skills, learn from Aboriginal Elders, undertake ceremonial activities, share cultural heritage and hear Elder talks on caring for Coastal and Sea Country,” Cr Gledhill said. “The space could also be a resource for the broader Kingston community to learn about Aboriginal culture, to promote Aboriginal cultural heritage and to strengthen community connections.”
More info: Kingston Council media release