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Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre


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This is the Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre - This is who we are and how you can contact us!

This is the Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre - This is who we are and how you can contact us!

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  • 1. Mt Eliza Village
    Neighbourhood Centre Inc
  • 2. Contact us:
    Facebook – we have a page and a group:
    Find us : Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre
    9787 8160
  • 3. Playgroup provides support for mothers, fathers, grandparents and of course children, with activities led by our Playgroup Leader. Parents can develop supportive friendships and help their children develop their social skills.
    Our Centre offers work and volunteering options for local young people to promote their connection to the community through a variety of participation options. We offer free Job Search assistance with one of our volunteers.
    Games Activities
    Play chess in a friendly encouraging atmosphere!
    Beginners are most welcome - Tuesday mornings
  • 4. Craft group
    Our craft group has been meeting here for 25 years!
    Every Tuesday afternoon no matter what craft you are currently doing bring it along and share your talents
    Computer Classes.
    Learn how to use a computer. Develop you skills and keep up with modern technology in a friendly supported atmosphere.
    The Village Café
    Somewhere to meet people and chat about all sorts of things while enjoying morning tea with good company every Tuesday morning during school terms.
  • 5. The Friday Group is a social support group from the local residential service. They meet at the Neighbourhood Centre weekly, to participate in activities and mix with other community members.
    The Monday Group is a DHS Planned Activity Group, funded under the Home and Community Care Program. The program provides enjoyable supported activities for elderly and disabled members of the community and their carers.
    Learn a language
    French and Italian Classes
    Classes for the traveller and the more serious learner,
    Beginners to advanced we have classes to cater for your individual needs.
  • 6. Flexible Online Learning
    Learn from your own home at your own pace.
    Develop skills in office programs, social media, storytelling, web2 technologies.
    We offer assistance for people returning to work to develop their skills, participate in their community and share their own talents with others who use the centre and need individual help.
    The Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre provide a meeting place for our own Youth Group, where young people meet to plan and host local events. They are assisted by the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council Youth Workers.
  • 7. Painting
    Come paint under the watchful eye of acclaimed peninsula landscape artist John Bredl-
    Wednesday evenings
    De-stress, relax and improve your flexibility with Paula every Tuesday morning. From beginners to more advanced there is something to suit everybody.
    Freehand Drawing and Mixed Media
    Thursday afternoons with Jeannie Laine no previous experience needed. Jeannie will lead you through the basics in a friendly supportive environment
  • 8. We are proud of our Volunteers!
    A few years ago after a lot of dithering I took the plunge and decided to enrol for computer classes at the Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre. I was able to learn the basic details about computers ,how to save documents and pictures so that I could easily find them and how to navigate through this “foreign territory “ I was introduced to Microsoft Word ,Publisher and other programs which empowered me enough to volunteer to compile and edit newsletters for my local conservation group. After being introduced to the internet, and with the use of e-mail and Skype, I have been able to keep in regular contact with my family abroad. Most fulfilling of all is that I have been introduced to networks such as Facebook, & Friends Reunited . I have been able to contact friends I lost touch with some time ago and although we are all living in different corners of the world we have been able to update each other on those ‘lost’ thirty years .At the moment we are in the process of planning a reunion. The Neighbourhood House provided me with affordable computer lessons and the classes were friendly and flexible. Nowadays I am happy to volunteer my help in the computer classes because I know that there is a whole new world out there for anyone who dares take the plunge !
    Lynne Tucker – Computer volunteer and Reception Volunteer since 2006 helping those who need help get connected!
  • 9. We are a Learn LocalOrganisation!/learnlocal
  • 10. Contact us:
    Facebook – we have a page and a group:
    Find us : Mt Eliza Village Neighbourhood Centre
    9787 8160
  • 11. Facebook – we have a page
  • 12. Facebook – we have a group:
  • 13. Blog:
  • 14. Website:
  • 15. Twitter:
  • 16. Telephone:
    9787 8160
    9787 9385