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What's On At The Hub 22/03/2024

Hi Everyone,

Dont't forget that the Neighbour Day Movie Matinee is on this Sunday 24 March! Bring along your friends, family, and of course, your neighbours to the Village Hub for a wonderful afternoon to celebrate belonging in your community as we watch 'A Man Called Otto'.

There will be Popcorn, drinks, ice cream and lots of fun!

RSVP below:


Community Dinner

Community Dinner is also on next week on Wednesday 27 March. With Easter around the corner, Sally has set up the menu to celebrate Easter with some dinner favourites!

If you havent booked your place yet, don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to share a meal with friends and neighbours. You can register to join in the cooking from 4.00pm and eat for free or if you are unable to join in the cooking. Come along for dinner at 5.30pm and pay what you feel.

This fabulous community event is open to people of all ages ...and you don't have to be a Village Hub member, so invite your family an friends. You can book on the following link


Be Confident - Looking After Your Feet

Dr. Julian Boo will be doing a special Be Confident session on foot health on Wednesday, March 27 at 11.15am.

Poor foot health can impede on your overall life - preventative health is important as anything in terms of your feet. You don't want to miss this amazing talk. Julian will answer all your questions and show you the best things you can do to make sure your foot health is in great condition as you grow older.

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


Noongar Language Classes - Djiran Starting April

New cycle of Noongar Language Classes with Wadjak Balladong Noongar men Dylan Collard and Jayden Boundry starts next month from the 10th of April - 8th of May. This course runs for 5 weeks and celebrates Djiran, the Noongar season during April and May.

Djiran is represented by the colour green as it is the time of the year where the cooler weather begins.

Djran season sees a break in the really hot weather with cool nights that bring a dewy early mornings. The winds will also change, especially in their intensity, with light breezes generally swinging from southerly directions. It is a time of red flowers, especially from the red flowering gum, as well as the smaller and more petite flowers of the summer flame.

Djiran starts from the 10th of April. Classes will run every Wednesday 5.30pm (beginners) and 7.00 pm (intermediate) and is a 5 week cycle. 

Village Hub members get a great discount on this course as well, so give it a shot!

To register you can go on the following link:


WAAPA Concert Visit

Each year, WAAPA students, staff and special guest artists participate in an amazing selection of performances. WAAPA has a diverse array of concerts and performances for the coming months. The Warana Music Award (Classical) is prize is awarded to the best concerto performer in a WAAPA classical music program as judged at the annual Warana Music Award competition.

Join Anita for a FREE concert with to watch the Warana Prize Concert 1. You will meet at Village Hub at 10am and travel by 960 bus to WAAPA.  You can either buy lunch from the Grindhouse Cafe, or take a picnic lunch to eat there.  The doors open at 1pm and concert starts at 1.10pm.

Limited places available. Please book on:


Housekeeping Reminder This week we noticed dirty water glasses being left in the hall after classes. Please remember to put your used dishes into the dishwasher and keep our space tidy for your fellow Village Hub members.


Next week's lunch on Tuesday, 26 March will be Fish and Chips with Salad followed by Fruit Salad. Please book by Monday 25 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


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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