The Noble Park Community Centre takes their aim seriously! They are determined to provide educational, recreational and social opportunities, services and support for people of all ages, abilities and interests, determined by the community according to their needs.
It pays to stay connected by following them on Facebook to stay updated and keep up with the content they provide. As you can see by the images alone in this article, they're engaging with community during this most important time when we need to reach out to each other and stay physically and mentally healthy and engaged, with many of the events and activities provided FREE. Their doors may be closed, but they're still there for you and with everything being online, it's so easy to join, no matter where you are.
Discover the artist in you and give free drawing classes a go. You never know what you're capable of creating until you give it a go. Everyone can learn to draw, but most importantly, it's about having fun doing it. Don't be too hard on yourself if it doesn't work out the first time, as practice makes perfect. Just give them a call or email them to register for or enquire about all the events you're interested in. You'll see there's more than what's shown on here available on their Facebook Scour the pages and find what you're interested in.
There's the conversational English group, free beginners English classes, basic computer classes, learn to use ZOOM and more, and all for FREE. If you've always wanted to do yoga but have been held back due to reduced mobility, don't worry, this community centre provides seniors and those with all abilities and disabilities modified online chair yoga. Give it a try and see how you go. The main benefit is that you're staying engaged and staying connected to others, online.
Go even further to stay mentally healthy during the pandemic. Try meditation and learn a range of relaxation and meditation methods. Be guided, so you can journey into your mind beyond your thoughts and practice finding that peaceful place within. If you simply want a cuppa and a chat, there's that too. All you need to do for that and all else is to get in touch with the community centre. Perhaps send them a message of enquiry and show your interest on their Facebook. Staying connected could help aid keep our resilience strong and healthy, and help us travel well beyond this pandemic.