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What's On At The Hub 15/03/2024

Hi Everyone,

Thank you for another amazing week at The Hub - without you, our members and volunteers, we would not be the vibrant community that we are.

As Christina wraps up her last week before taking a break, we want to give her and our awesome kitchen volunteers a big shoutout! They've been consistently amazing, making our community lunches a blast for members and staff. Our St. Patrick's Day lunch was especially epic – there was singing, drumming on tables, delicious food and lots of green outfits!


Footy Fitness Stall with the West Coast Eagles

Next week on Thursday, March 21st, our Footy Fitness crew, Vicki and members of the West Coast Eagles will be attending Park Centre. We will have a stall to market our amazing footy fitness programme and grow the community as well as the Village Hub. We will be there from 9am - 1pm., and we would love the footy fitness crew to attend this event to make the community bigger and talk to people who might be interested in the programme.

If you know anyone who might be interested in Footy Fitness, please let them know that we'll be there along with the WCE mascot and staff to answer any questions. Or just come say hello and support this awesome crew!


Strength and Mobility Class cancelled for Next Week

Unfortunately there will be no strength and mobility class next week. We apologise for the inconvinience.


New in The Hub - Member Led Art Class!

Friday afternoons at 12:45pm - 2.00pm, we have a new member-led art group down in the hall. This group is led by our member John Baldock, an artist and art teacher who provides courses on creativity.

Whether you are a beginner or have already dabbled in the arts before, this class is all about expressing and exploring your personal creative style. Next week, the class will focus on still life drawing - so please bring an object that you want to draw, some pencil and paper. Come along for this amazing new group!

You can RSVP below:


Neighbour Day Movie Matinee

Dont't forget that Neighbour Day is on Sunday 24 March and The Hub will be hosting a FREE movIe matinee! Bring along your friends, family, and of course, your neighbours to the Village Hub for a wonderful afternoon to celebrate belonging in your community and the connections we make with the people around us.

The Movie Matinee will feature the heartwarming film 'A Man Called Otto', starring Tom Hanks. This film beautifully illustrates the joy and importance of having caring neighbors who uplift and support one another through life's ups and downs.

Furthermore, if you would like to get involved, we would love volunteers to help us - whether you're lending a hand with setup, assisting with refreshments, or simply spreading the word, every contribution makes a difference in creating a vibrant and inclusive neighbourhood.

You can RSVP on the link below:


Be Confident - Looking After Your Feet

Many of you know Julian from our podiatry appointments and how amazing he is. He will be doing a special Be Confident session on foot health on Wednesday, March 27.

Poor foot health can impede on your overall life - preventative health is important as anything in terms of your feet.

Join Julian for Looking After Your Feet and take a proactive step towards a healthier, happier you. You can RSVP on the link below:


Next week's lunch on Tuesday, 19 March will be Coq Au Vin and Veges followed by Bread and Butter Pudding. Please book by Monday 18 March on the following link


Special Events Coming Up In March

Celebrate Neighbour Day At Your Village Hub

Community Dinner returns on the last Wednesday of March


Special Events Coming Up In April

Learn about WA Government Websites on Be Connected

Explore Legal Health Check with Elder Rights WA

New Noongar Language class cycle starts with  Djiran Season


Can You Help The Hub?

  • Volunteers to do a letter box drop of our flyers for Neighbour Day Movie Matinee in Cargill, Mackie, and Hordern, Washington and Gloucester (between Cargill and Mackie) Streets next week. This will be great marketing for our Neighbour Day Event.

  • Our Community Dinners will be back for March, so please come along to cook and dine.


Stay Connected and Active

Connect Victoria Park is committed to providing a supportive and engaging environment for our community. We offer a wide range of activities and programs designed to promote social connections, physical well-being, and lifelong learning. Don't miss out on our weekly classes!


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