2nd Thursday of the month
Discover who your family is, how it has grown, and where you originally came from.
With support from our Genealogy teacher, you can create a family tree and learn how to use ‘Ancestry.com’. General computer knowledge is necessary and bring own Laptop.
This has an Ancestry access fee of $30 per term Tuesdays 10am – 12pm / 6pm – 8pm
Outreach library services come each Tuesday and deliver books, movies and other items from the Wellington Shire Library.
The Pay It Forward pantry came into being at the start of the pandemic.
WE now have two full sized out door pantry cupboards.
One houses books and games while the other has pantry items.
We have a purpose bult fruit and veg stand as well so people can bring in excess produce to share through the community.
A place for men to dabble, create, chat, watch, exchange knowledge or just enjoy the mateship. You don’t have to be handy. Just willing to make new friends.
Venue: The Old Goods Shed (behind Post Office).
Contact: John 0411 485 113
$5 per session
Just for the gals this course is designed to help women build their confidence and capacity to use hand and power tools as they work on a variety of projects involving timber, tiles and metal. Perhaps you have aspirations to have a home business creating art, to make or restore furniture, or to start a trade apprenticeship? This may be the perfect stepping stone to build your confidence before moving onto accredited training. Or maybe you just want to learn some skills and have fun doing projects in a supportive environment. The course fee includes tutoring, access to tools, machinery, recycled materials for your first project and some basic consumables eg. glue, sandpaper.
Students may need to purchase their own materials for their own special projects.
6 Thursdays, March 3 – April 7, 10 am – 3 pm Or 6 Fridays, March 4 – April 8, 10 am – 3 pm
Full Fee $350
Learn Local places $80
WNC is running a program to support socially and culturally isolated, culturally and linguistically diverse, community members to gain increased self-confidence, improved awareness of cultural mores and expectations, a better understanding of their rights and responsibilities as citizens together with opportunities for the development of practical life skills.
Come and play chess with others, never know you may pick up a few tips and learn some new skills?
Play the Uke with a group, learn some new tunes and meet some new people. Bookings preferred.
The AUWU is run by unemployed people working for the rights and dignity of unemployed people. Group meets on the first Monday of each month at the Harvest Centre Shed. All welcome.
Gold coin donation.