Neighbourhood House Week Celebrations

Come and celebrate Neighbourhood House Week with us. Neighbourhood Houses bring people together to connect, learn and contribute in their local community through social, educational, recreational and support activities, using a unique community development approach. For one week in May every year, we come together to celebrate what is great about Neighbourhood Houses.

10am Tuesday 14 May NHWeek Morning Tea
12noon Thursday 16 May NH Week BBQ

Everyone welcome!

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40th Anniversary Celebrations

It’s our 40th birthday!
Did you know that Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House is turning 40 this year?

To celebrate there will be activities and events later in the year. If you would like to submit a recipe, photo or story to our commemorative book or if you have any MENH memorabilia to share then register at the office. Come along to our morning tea to celebrate 40 years -
10.00-11.30am on Tuesday 1st October

Save the date!
Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House Annual Fete
Saturday 16 November 9.30am – 12.30pm
Kids activities, face-painting, makers market, sausage sizzle, cake and preserves stall, community stalls and more!

Job opportunity -

March 2019

Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House Inc. is seeking a Centre and Program Support officer on a casual basis.

The Centre and Program Support officer will work closely with the Manager and provide a welcoming reception, handle course enquiries and enrolments, liaise with the community and provide centre, program and office support.

For further information see the position description, enquiries and applications to Becca Smith, Manager, Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House 9787 8160 manager@mountelizanh.com.au

Applications close: Friday 15 March 2019

Click here to download position description

2018 Twilight Market

Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House would like to thank all those who participated in our Twilight Market, the stall holders, food vans, Neighbourhood House committee and volunteers.

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