Come along & Heartfully, Playfully & Artfully have fun with your kids. When: Every Friday
Time: 9:30am - 11:30am
Where: Playground & Children's room
FERAL FRIDAYS @ QUOTA
Let the kids go feral in the park. Balls and a sausage sizzle provided. When: Every second Friday of the
month between 4-6pm.
Where: Quota Park
Little people bring your big people for a family cook up and feed.
Fun—Free—all welcome When: Last Friday of the Month,
YOUNG PARENT SOCIAL
This is a weekly collective playgroup for young parents aged between teen and 23 years. Spending time with our kids and each other. Tea, coffee & hot chocolate provided. When: Every Mondays,
PALMWOODS FAMILY ARVO
Little people bring your big people for nature play, art and food in the park When: 3pm - 5pm
3rd Tuesday of September
3rd Friday of October
Where: Federation Park, 19 Primrose Crt
Contact Thriving Families for more information and to book events listed above
Social, Interest & Personal Development
STRONG WOMEN STRONG COMMUNITIES
Come along to our weekly women's arts and crafts group held in Nambour’s Quota Park.
Share or learn new craft tips while meeting new people. When: Every Thursday
Where: Quota Park, Nambour
Contact: Thriving Families
TALK TO FRIENDS
Practice your spoken English, meet new people & learn about life in Australia. When: Every Friday 9am -11.30am
(except school holidays)
Contact: Linda on 5476 2511
Stuck within four walls? Come & join this group for some relaxed conversation, tea, coffee & friendship. When: Every Wednesday 10am-12pm
Cost: Gold coin donation for morning tea
NAMBOUR WOMEN’S GROUP
Meet new people and make friends, share life experiences, support each other and
have fun. When: Every Monday
Where: Nambour Community Centre Contact: Shine
MEETING PLACE DINNER
Share a delicious meal with people from the local neighbourhood, catch up with old friends & maybe make some new ones. Everyone welcome. When: First Friday of every month
FEARLESS LIVING GROUP
Meeting to read a chapter ofthe book ‘The Gift of Imperfection’ and share thoughts and reflections. When: Fortnightly on Wednesday 5:30pm (except school holidays)
For more details, please contact Shine Jang on 5441 4724 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about budgeting & supporting you to manage your finances. Individual appointments available. When: Every Monday 9am - 2pm
SUNCOAST COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE
Providing legal advice & referral for general
& family law matters. Bookings required. When: Contact for dates and availability
Contact: SCLS on 5443 7827
SCOPE—Domestic & Family violence service
Personal confidential counseling & information for adults & children.
Bookings necessary When: Every Wednesday 9am-3:00pm
Contact: Centacare / SCOPE 5430 9300
PERSONAL DOCUMENT SUPPORTER*
Do you need assistance developing a
resume, completing forms / applications
or writing letters? Bookings required. When: Every Wednesday, 9am-2pm
Cost: Free *Please note that the Personal Document Supporter CAN NOT assist with legal issues.
Health & Wellbeing
Balance, Strength, Flexibility and Relaxing. Liz is a radiant light yoga teacher with 12yrs experience. Please bring cushion & yoga mat. When: Every Tuesday 6.30pm-8.00pm
Cost: $15 ($12 concession)
Contact: Liz on 0402 636 600
WATCHING OUR WEIGHT
A friendly social group who share an interest in good company & keeping an eye on their weight. When: Every Wednesday
Contact: Colleen 5441 2621
A friendly social group who share an interest in good company & keeping an eye on their weight. When: Every Thursday
Between 6.00pm - 7:00pm
Contact: Frances on 5441 3458
Al-ANON FAMILY GROUP
Al-Anon provides support to anyone affected by a relative or friend’s drinking.
Members give & receive comfort & understanding through a mutual exchange of experiences, strength & hope. When: Every Saturday 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Contact: 5476 2687
FREE FALUN GONG MEDITATION
Come and experience a powerful and holistic way to enhance your health and wellbeing. Falun Gong is an ancient Chinese exercise and meditation practice suitable for all ages. When: Every Monday between 10:30—12 noon
Contact Lee on 0421886009
RESTORATIVE CIRCLE PRACTICE GROUP
Created by Dominic Barter in the Favelas in Brazil in the 1990’s, with foundations in NonViolent Communications, Restorative Circles provides an inclusive approach to dealing with conflict in which everybody can be heard and relationships restored.
1st Saturday of the month, 12:30pm - 3:30pm Nambour Community Centre
3rd Thursday of the month, 9:30am - 12:30pm Maleny Neighbourhood Centre
FREE COMPUTER ASSISTANCE
An experienced volunteer provides one on one assistance with most aspects of using a computer. These sessions are appropriate for people who are new to computers or would like to increase their existing skills. When: Mon 10 - 2pm,Tues 9 - 12pm &
Wed 9– 1pm
Cost: Free Appointments necessary
FREE COMPUTER ACCESS
The Nambour Community Centre has 4 computers available for community member access. The computer use is free of charge and can be booked for a maximum of 2 hours.
When: 9am - 2.30pm Mon-Fri
Printing Costs: Up to 10 pages free, then a charge of 10cents per additional sheet. Avoid disappointment, call to book a computer
Visit the Centre
Free tea and coffee is always available in the community kitchen. Call in for a cuppa while browsing our program and events calendar, and library of resources.
Information & Referral Room Rentals
Resource Library Computer Support
Community Development Program
07 5441 4724 KEIHS Nambour
Supports families & individuals who are at risk of homelessness to maintain their tenancies through early intervention support eg assisted referral & advocacy to appropriate services, or through intensive case management support.
P: 07 5441 6522
Cultural Connections - Multicultural Community Development
Shine on 5441 4724 or email@example.com
Migrant Settlement Program
Contact Linda on 5441 4660 or firstname.lastname@example.org Lifestyle Solutions
Our New Beginnings Program provides educational activities for people with a disability to develop the skills required to support individuals to confidently transition into independent living.
P: 07 5476 4295
NCC is a community based not for profit organisation whose activities are partly resourced by contributions from Queensland Department of Communities, Commonwealth Department of Families, Housing, Community Services & Indigenous Affairs, Sunshine Coast Council & Department of Immigration & Citizenship.