FEATURING NOW AT BENDIGO NEIGHBOURHOOD HUB
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Sewing for Beginners
If you've ever thought about trying something new then why not join our 'Sewing for Beginners' course. It's FREE, it's FUN, it's SOCIAL and best of all you'll learn a new skill.
Through this course you'll learn how to use a sewing machine (threading the machine, stitch selection, tension, length & width etc.), how to sew (forwards, back stitch, using a variety of stitches) sewing button holes & inserting zips - you'll these skills while creating some fabulous fun projects (cushion covers, pillow slips, bags and more).
This is a Learn Local course, funded by the Department of Adult, Community and Further Education.
TGD Clothing Swap - Castlemaine
The Trans & Gender Diverse Bendigo & Beyond Clothing swap is happening this weekend at Castlemaine Pride on Sunday May 1st @ Castlemaine Town Hall.
Come and join us for a wonderful day of affirmation! All clothing is free, and there is no requirement to bring anything to swap. Everyone is welcome to socialise, pick out some wonderful clothing, and take in the atmosphere.
Donations help us continue delivering these opportunities around the State. Feel free to bring along the clothing and accessories that no longer affirm your identity to the event, or drop them off at our collection point:
Bendigo Neighbourhood Hub, 155 Crook Street, Kennington. Mon-Fri 10am-2pm.
At Bendigo Neighbourhood Hub, we are committed to preserving the health, well-being, and safety of our community, staff, and volunteers. As we continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, we want to reassure you that we are taking all precautionary measures to minimise the risk and any impact of the virus, including following the advice of the Department of Health and Human Services.
At this point in time, all our services are running as usual. This may change as the current information available concerning COVID-19 evolves.
We have implemented new hygiene practices across all locations, and are meticulously and frequently cleaning to ensure a safe and healthy environment. We encourage everyone to take extra care - especially in the case of personal hygiene practices and vaccinations, as these are the most effective methods of protecting against illness.
We acknowledge that you may have concerns about coming in to our facility, and so we are providing alternative methods to contact us indirectly via one of the four options listed below. We will try our best to accommodate you: we are still here to help.
If you are COVID positive we ask that you refrain from visiting our organisation in person for the period of time specified by the Department of Health, and instead contact us via one of the four methods below - by eliminating physical contact, we can minimise the risk of any illness spreading to other community members.
For more information, or any questions regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, please visit the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) website.
for any inquiries, to make an appointment, or for one-on-one assistance.
Our phone number is : (03) 5441-2515
Our office hours:
Mon - Fri, 9am - 3.30pm
Where We Are
We are located in the Strathdale Community Centre at 155 Crook Street, Strathdale.
This is Your Neighbourhood Hub
Bendigo Neighbourhood Hub is a community organisation that welcomes all and fosters wellbeing and community engagement in Bendigo. Through the efforts of our volunteers and staff, we provide a 'less official' place of community support and local learning. We also provide a place for special interest, community and support groups to meet; we run community-based programs, and we offer accessible learning and participation opportunities through our courses, activities and community events.
Walk right in...
Any member of the Bendigo community (This means YOU) can just drop by the house, grab a cuppa, and chat to any volunteer that is there. Sometimes, between coffees and confusion- we might even be able sort out some thing that is concerning you, or at least point you to someone who can.
We have rooms available for casual or permanent bookings. Subject to availability, these rooms can be hired for use on any day or night of the week. Wireless Internet and tea and coffee facilities are available. Contact us to find out about room availability and costs; to arrange a visit to view a room, or to get a copy of our room hire agreement.