Open for community
A NEW community centre in Hamilton Hill will celebrate its public launch with a fun-for-all open day.
The Hub 6163 is a volunteer-run community centre created through the Hamilton Hill Community Group that aims to bring locals together for a range of artistic, musical or social endeavours, including movie and pizza nights, a choir, writing and craft workshops and yoga classes for adults and pre-schoolers.
There are also workshops in the pipeline for the rest of the year, including craft, ceramics, sewing, sing-alongs and a barista course.
The centre’s open day will have a range of activities to enjoy, including free pizza and coffee, fun for the children and musical performances.
The Hub 6163 volunteer Alan Hancock said there had been a noticeable need for more community centres in Cockburn.
“Community hubs and one-stop-shops have become buzz-words within government as communities increasingly demand responsive services and spaces where people can participate in services, group activities, hobbies, and advocacy,” he said.
“People will not only connect with other people in their community, make new connections or reconnect with other community members, but also learn some new skills and perhaps develop their interest further.”
The Hub 6163’s open day is on November 17 from 1.30pm to 6pm on Starling Street, Hamilton Hill.
Email hamiltonhillhub @gmail.com or search for The Hub 6163 on Facebook.
Richard Beavitt, Susan Flavell, Alan Hancock and Christine Duckham with Jaffa.