Langwarrin Community Centre Inc. Incorporation Reg.: A0027420f
Would you like to become a member of the Langwarrin Community Centre?
What does membership mean for you?
All are welcome at our intimate and reflective ANZAC service on Friday 23 April 10.30am and morning tea afterwards.
RSVPs are mandatory so we can plan for a covid-safe event.
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM
Click here to view our School Holiday Program
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM BOOKINGS
School holiday program bookings start Tuesday 3rd December, 2019 for the next school holidays from 6th January 2020. Lots of fun for the kids - book early to avoid disappointment.
Primary school aged children are welcome, irrespective of school attending.
Bookings available from 10.00am Tuesday 3rd December!
You can Enrol online by registering for My Family Lounge here: Click
School Holidays Activity Program (If clicking this link shows a previous program, it will be updated to the upcoming program closer to the bookings available date above)
TO BOOK- Log into your My Family Lounge account and use the casual booking calendar online via your browser, or using the My Family Lounge App on your mobile phone.
NEW CHILD CARE PACKAGE COMMENCED 2nd JULY, 2018
NEW CHILD CARE SUBSIDY (CCS)
A new Child Care Package for the delivery of fee assistance to families was introduced on the 2nd of July, 2018. The previous system - Child Care Rebate and Child Care Benefit has been replaced by a single Child Care Subsidy (CCS). Please click the link for important information for families.
Would you be interested in joining a Community Kitchen?
Langwarrin Community Centre has started up a Community Kitchen! We may start another group in coming months so let us know if you're interested.
Community Kitchens involve a small group of people coming together on a regular basis to plan for, prepare and cook a healthy and affordable meal.
They are often held in community facilities with a kitchen - such as a school, church or community centre. After preparing and cooking the meal together, participants of Community Kitchens then sit down and share the meal, or if there is any leftover food cooked in the Kitchen this can be taken home and shared amongst families.
Participants can run the group together, and all be involved in planning, organising, cooking and most importantly eating! All participants can have an equal say in how the Kitchen operates. There is also usually 1-2 ‘group leaders’, also participants, who are there to help the group run smoothly.
You can view the following link for more information:http://communitykitchens.org.au/
LANGWARRIN COMMUNITY CENTRE Inc. Annual General Meeting
Intention to propose resolution as a special resolution
(5) Subject to rule 76, in the event of the organisation being wound up, the amount that remains after such winding up and the satisfaction of all debts and liabilities shall be transferred to another organisation which is not carried on for the profit or gain of its individual members and is charitable at law.
(6) If the organisation is wound up or its endorsement as a deductible gift recipient is revoked (whichever occurs first), any surplus of the following assets shall be transferred to another organisation with similar objects, which is charitable at law, to which income tax deductible gifts can be made:
- * Gifts of money or property for the principal purpose of the organisation
- * Contributions made in relation to an eligible fundraising event held for the principal purpose of the organisation
- * Money received by the organisation because of such gifts and contributions
Followed by light refreshments
Date: Thursday 15th November, 2018
Time: 6.00 pm
Where: 2 Lang Road, Langwarrin
R.S.V.P: 9789 7653 by 13th November, 2018
REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE
The first Remembrance Day service was held at the Langwarrin Community Centre on Saturday 11th November, 2017. Grateful thanks to the Langwarrin Township Committee and the many others involved for their dedication and efforts in making it possible.
We look forward to hosting future services for Remembrance Day and Anzac Day for our local community.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Langwarrin Community Centre Inc.
Incorporating special resolution to model rules
Followed by light refreshments
Date: Thursday 16th November, 2017
Time: 6.00 pm
Where: 2 Lang Road, Langwarrin
R.S.V.P: 9789 7653 by 14th November, 2017
IT'S TIME FOR SENIORS FESTIVAL 2017
We are running some special activities for Seniors during Seniors Festival, which you can view in our scrolling images above. Click the arrows to scroll through and the images for more detailed information.
FREE TAI CHI LESSSON
FREE Tai Chi Lesson-Adult Learners week Tai Chi is gentle exercise that helps to build Strength Balance & Inner calm. All are welcome to this free session.
More info here about the benefits of Tai Chi: https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-health-benefits-of-tai-chi
Monday 4/9/2017 10:30am - 11:00am
At Langwarrin Community Centre Inc.
2 Lang Rd, Langwarrin
9789 7653 to register.
THE WONDER OF WICKING
Free 2 hour Community Workshop
Learn how to make a Wicking bed or container. Before you know it, you'll be using water wisely and encouraging your plant's growth from the bottom up - leaf, root and fruit!
When: Thursday 4th May, 2017
Time: 10.00 am to 12.00 pm
At Langwarrin Community Centre
2 Lang Road, Langwarrin
Morning tea provided - hope you can come
Bookings essential - Please ring 9789 7653 to register
MAKE AND TAKE
Essential Oil Blend Party Workshop
A night for people who have an interest in essential oils, to come together and share information, meet new friends and have an opportunity to make a blend for them selves.
There will be little giveaways, recipe sheets and samples to try at no charge. There is a minimal charge on the night of $10 to cover the cost of making your blend to take home.
doTERRA pure essential oils are revolutionizing the way families manage their health, harnessing nature's most powerful elements.
doTERRA share these gifts through their global community of Wellness Advocates.
Wow, so interesting - Hope to see you at this workshop!
Thursday, 11 May 2017 6.45pm to 9.00pm
@ Langwarrin Community Centre Inc.
2 Lang Road Langwarrin
Limited Bookings available
Please Phone Di on 0438 622 006
Some items available for purchase on the day, free giveaways, orders can also be taken.
You can select from any BLEND below using 100% Essential oils
*Focus & Concentration
*Uplifting & Motivation
$10 per Blend
Everything Supplied on the Day including Refreshments
Payment can be made by Cash, EFTPOS, Direct Debit or Pay Pal.
More on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Langwarrin-Community-Centre-Inc-130479607090895/
This course offers you the opportunity to delve into the world of Permaculture. Designed for people wishing to develop their own productive garden, planning a larger scale rural enterprise, involved in community groups or wanting to live life more sustainably and build resilience into their lives.
Who will benefit: anyone interested in food production, land regeneration, sustainability, energy conservation, climate change, healthy homes, animal integration, people and community resilience!
By the end of this course you will have the skills to prepare permaculture designs.
Starts: Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Time: 5.30 pm - 9.00 pm
Conducted during Terms Two & Three, plus 3-4 extra days on Saturdays for site visits and excursions.
Cost all inclusive: $1150.00 Early bird: $950.00 (by 31/3/17)
Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/234306 A deposit is required to confirm your booking; places are limited.
FREE INFORMATION SESSION - StrokeSafe
In Australia, a stroke occurs every 10 minutes but what most people don’t know is that many strokes can be prevented.
Come along to this free session, enjoy a light lunch and find out:
*What stroke is
*What happens when someone is having a stroke
*The different types of stroke.
*How to recognise the signs of stroke
*What to do if someone is having a stroke
*How to prevent stroke
Date: 23rd March, 2017
Time: 11:00am to 12:30pm
Light lunch provided
Venue: Langwarrin Community Centre
2 Lang Road, Langwarrin
COMMUNITY GARDEN OFFICIAL OPENING AND COMMUNITY CENTRE OPEN DAY
*~* Come See & Join in the Fun*~*
A fun day out - free sausage sizzle, face painting, Animal farm and more!
Saturday 25th February, 2017
10.00 am to 1:00 pm - Opening ceremony 11:30 a.m.
Langwarrin Community Centre
2 Lang Road, Langwarrin
We gratefully acknowledge support from both Federal and Local government
This programme is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Go to www.dss.gov.au for more information
INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATION
Would you like to learn about the wonderful world of Interior Design and Decoration with an experienced TAFE teacher?
In this 8 week course you will learn the basic principles of Interior Design and Decoration which you can apply to your own home or you may wish to start taking steps to a new career.
Course starts 10/02/17 - 8 sessions, Friday 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm. Ring 9789 7653 for more info
WELLNESS – INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY
Awakening you to be empowered, happy & fulfilled.
This FUN interactive Presentation is designed to give you simple pro-active tools so you can nurture yourself on a mental, emotional & physical level and understand the science of what happens to you when you have thoughts and emotions.
Thursday 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm, one session 09/02/17
Cost: $23.00 Ring 9789 7653 to book.
COMMUNITY GARDEN OPENING SOON AT LANGWARRIN COMMUNITY CENTRE !
The Community Garden at the Centre, 2 Lang Road, Langwarrin will be opening in early 2017 (probably March now), so not long to go.
We would love you to consider having a plot or becoming a social member and will keep you informed of the official opening date and name of the garden.
Keep your eye on our Facebook page for updates. If you're interested in a garden plot or membership, please fill in the appropriate forms here
THE EFFECT OF FOOD ON CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR
The Langwarrin Community Centre will be hosting an information session on 'The Effect of Food on Children’s Behaviour - Tuesday 8th November at 7.30pm.
The presentation will be facilitated by 'Additive Education' and will cover the effects of problem food additives and natural food chemicals on behaviour, health and learning. Includes how to identify the nasty additives on food labels and highlights some safe commercial food alternatives.
This informative session will take 1.5hours and costs the minimal amount of $5.00 - to be paid when booking.
Please ring the Community Centre on 9789 7653 to book your place.
LANGWARRIN COMMUNITY CENTRE INC. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Thursday 17th November 2016 at 7.00pm, 2 Lang Rd Langwarrin
Incorporating special resolution to model rules:
' That in accordance with the clause 77 of the existing rules (alteration of rules) the existing rules be repealed and the Langwarrin Community Centre adopt new rules of Incorporation in accordance with the Associations Incorporation Reform Act of 2012.'
Copies of the proposed rules are available at the Centre for viewing if necessary. Copies will also be available at the meeting. It should be noted that the proposed rules are almost identical to the model rules suggested by Consumer Affairs, with the deletion of the associate membership clause.
For more information please call 9789 7653
DEMENTIA: Breaking Down the Myths
@ Langwarrin Community Centre
Join us to find out what dementia is and what it is not.
This seminar by Alzheimer's Australia will explain some causes, key signs and symptoms and what to do if we start to notice changes in ourselves or loved ones.
It will explain why changes to behaviour occur, tackle some common myths and address any concerns you might have.
Find out why we should seek diagnosis, where we can access information, treatment and support if needed.
Wednesday 26th October, 2016
Time: 10:30am to 12:30pm
Morning tea provided
Please ring 9789 7653 to register :) looking forward to seeing you
SMARTPHONE WORKSHOP FOR SENIORS
An introduction to Android and iPhone basics. Provided as part of Victorian Seniors Festival. Designed for the older person with little or no experience with computers or smartphones.
Friday 9.30 am - 11.30 am, 1 session, starts 14th October 2016
Cost: Gold coin donation only
Ring 9789 7653 - bookings are a must
(Other times/days may be available if Friday's class is full - do ring to check & book)
NAME THAT GARDEN COMPETITION
$100 BURDETTS VOUCHER UP FOR GRABS!
We need a name for the Community Garden at the Community Centre and we're seeking the Community’s involvement.
Not to be confused with our sister garden at 5 Shute drive, Langwarrin (the Langwarrin Community Garden), we need a unique name for the Community Centre garden @ 2 Lang Road, Langwarrin and we're hoping you can help us.
We are looking forward to both Gardens becoming operational in the not too distant future now and to sharing some fun community events and activities together. Can't wait!
Win a $100.00 Burdett’s Voucher - no entry limit
Please email your ideas to
Images here on Photobucket