Welcome to Castlemaine Community House!

Castlemaine Community House is a welcoming place, bringing people together to connect and strengthen our community.

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After School Creative Arts for Kids – Begins Tuesday July 26

images-1 copyThis 6 week course will be therapeutic, arts based and will be facilitated in a gentle and collaborative process exploring meaningful experiences in a playful, spontaneous way. Workshops cater for mixed age groups from grades one to six. Parents are very welcome too. More details here.





Introduction to Relief Printing – Begins Saturday August 5

IMG_0008Next in our Ink Roll Print Series we present an Introduction to Relief Printing – designed for the absolute beginner or for those wanting to explore a different printing technique.  Taught by one of the many experienced printmakers from Castlemaine Press this 6 week course will cover a variety of printmaking techniques including wood and lino. More Details here








Apple Mac Course – Begins Monday August 1

Apple Mac laptopHave you got a Mac laptop and not quite got a handle on all the bells and whistles? Come along to our Apple Mac course and learn about all the different applications and how to back it up so you don’t lose all your precious files. You’ll learn heaps more too! More Details here.








Castlemaine Children’s Choir – Starts Saturday July 23

20120913-212321We are excited to have a children’s choir starting this term. Suiting ages 7-12 years who enjoy singing and would like to develop their musical skills within a group. For bookings contact reception@cch.org.au or 5472 4842 or pay with a direct debit through out booking page.

More details here






Spring Ball – Saturday October 15

504[1]Yes folks, we’ve locked in the date and the theme this year is the iconic 80’s. Who doesn’t love big hair and shoulders to match? There’ll be the usual razza mattaz of food and dj’s AND this year we’ve got a pretty amazing band that will hit the stage with some classic 80’s magic. Stay tuned for more information and don’t forget to lock in the date! This year will be our 21st ball so it will be be a big one!! More details here.






Take A Stand Against Domestic Violence – August 26

domestic-violence-e1412877746807[1] Learn how to safely challenge the abusive behaviour you see around you and together we can take a stand against domestic violence in our workplaces, schools and communities. This workshop will train people from workplaces, sporting clubs and the community about domestic violence, violence prevention strategies and how to support people who may be experiencing domestic violence.  More details here.






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