TERM 3

This term we have a great range of programs and one off activities for you. Join us for Devonshire Tea, tinkering in the Men’s Shed, bring your kids or grandkids to our Playgroups, go retro and play some board games, learn to let go with meditation, be arty, be crafty and meet lovely people.                  

You may have noticed our new HUGE sign  facing Canadian Bay Rd. We’re grateful to the Mornington Peninsula Shire for agreeing to put up the sign to make it easier for people to find us.

Rohanne has returned from maternity leave and now has baby Willow is now one year old. We’re delighted that Sandy will still be working with us on Reception Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and continuing to run the Boomerang Bags initiative. She leads the team of volunteers who are passionate about the beautiful environment that we live and work in, who have learned to make reusable shopping bags.

We also welcome Glenn Cleary Dip. Couns, who is offering free counselling sessions.
If you would just like a chat or a more serious conversation, Glenn is able to guide you through a counselling session. Private room is available.  He is available on Thursdays from 1pm, or other times by appointment.

Learn Local pre-accredited courses return with Hands on Hospitality for young people wanting some experience and knowledge of working in the hospitality industry. Introduction to Diversional Art Therapy returns for anyone interested in working in the aged care industry. With our friends at Bentons Square Community Centre we are offering Financial Literacy for Teens. They will learn the basics of how to manage money and finances.

If you have ideas for activities or courses, you’re welcome to drop in, email or phone. We look forward to seeing you this term.

Janet Johns - Manager

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Community Garden

We are also in the planning stages of developing a Community Garden at the
Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House.  We  are working with students from the
Mount Eliza Secondary College, and two students from Monash University.

Our plan is to develop a community garden that will be accessible to all and encourage our local community to grow fruit and vegetables.   
We will use some of the produce that we grow, to make  Community Lunches that provide a good nourishing meal for those who are socially isolated, aged and living alone, and those who need a helping hand.

If you enjoy gardening or volunteering, we will need  your help soon.  Let us know if  you are interested and we can get your details and keep you informed.
Updates on our Garden, and Boomerang Bags will be done on our Facebook Page, so  follow Mount Eliza Neighbourhood House on Facebook. 

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