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

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Community lunch closes for the Festival – and then . . .

serving lunchThe last community lunch at the Anglican Church Hall will be on Tuesday 10 March at 12.30pm. Thanks to everyone at the Church for a great, friendly venue. After the State Festival, we’ll be back at the Town ¬†Hall in Frederick Street. Something to look forward to on 14 April!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Drawing Skills

A_Drawing____Drawing_by_moonfreak[1]Ever wanted to learn drawing but didn’t want to commit to a full term of classes? Well this upcoming workshop will be a ‘dip your toe in the waters of drawing’ class that will give you a taste of whats to come when we run a longer series of classes next term. Go on! pick up some pencils and come along to this 2 hour workshop. More details.

 

 

Flipped Mumsy Workshops throughout the Fringe

FMFriday-bushtoys-300x300[1]Flipped Mumsy is an artist collective who will be running a week of fantastic art and music workshops for pre-schoolers and their carers during the Fringe Festival. Veronica and Simeon, our music playgroup facilitators are part of this collective. Contact www.castlemainefringe.org.au for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kids Creative Arts Workshop

Artful-Mayhem-Feb-2012-6It’s not every day we get an Experiential and Creative Arts Practitioner offering to teach children at Community House! Come and join Marcela as she offers a space for play, inquiry, exploration and reflection using the creative arts. More Details.

 

 

 

 

 

Music Playgroup at the Library

musicplaygroup7When too much musical joy is never enough! Its a pretty cute sight watching all the children making music together in the foyer of the library every Tuesday. If you have a little one and you have some free time on Tuesday mornings come along and join in the fun with Simeon and Veronica. More Details

 

 

 

 

 

The Stronger Families Program at Loddon Prison

Thomas-and-Friends-Sound-Book-and-Thomas-Plush-Toy-3[1]Castlemaine Community House facilitates regular sessions for kids to visit and play with their dad’s in Loddon Prison. The program has had to expand as the prison extension has doubled the prisoner numbers. The fathers are able to spend time with their children playing and reading to them and building parenting skills through our program. Donations of toys and books are always very very welcome so we can maintain this progressive program. More information contact us here on 5472 4842

 

 

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