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Term 4 now open

Manager

Manager

We are seeking a new manager of WNH

SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

Skill Women Workshop in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment

Childrens Art

Childrens Art

For primary aged children (8-12years). A supportive class for your child to develop their art. New Teacher.

Fluid Art

Fluid Art

Fluid art is a new, exciting style of art it creates bold, stylish & abstract masterpieces using colour and science. Zero experience necessary.

Fitness

Fitness

Shake off the winter blues with our range of fitness classes for men and women. Choose from: Men's Weights, Strong Women Stay Young, Pilates, Yoga, Gentle Exercise.

Paper Flower Making

Paper Flower Making

Learn the art of paper flowers with Louise Seymour of Paperlab. Louise has created bespoke paper flowers for installations for companies like Facebook, Instagram, Westfield.

Click here to see our online timetable.

We are excited to announce that classes for Term 4 are now back at The House. All our fitness classes are free until the end of 2021 as a way to give back to our community after a challenging year in and out of lockdowns. So there is no excuse not to get back to good health, try a new class or get back into your old routine!

As part of our ongoing partnership with Carenet we are participating in a 'Reverse Advent Calendar".  Christmas is a difficult time for many families by joining in our Reverse Calendar Adventure you will bring some Christmas cheer and relief to families experiencing hardship.

Click here for more details.
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Come join in our newest community art project -
 

WINGS STREET ART!

Take your photo infront of our amazing wings then share it on your socials and don't forget to tag Warrandyte Neighbourhood House

(@warrandyteneighbourhoodhouse)

Located on our covered verandah behind the car park off Webb St

Special thanks to Graeme for all of his creative work and Doug for his handy work. Project supported by Manningham City Council placemaker grant