Studies have shown that community centres improve the health and well-being of citizens, offering support for self-help and bringing family and friends together.
Why I'm so fond of this centre is its active involvement with what the community wants. From fitness classes, to a variety of computer workshops to knitting groups.
If you have a young child, why not watch their personality grow at the community playgroup. Such a wonderful way to meet new parents and your child play in a safe, monitored play area.
Or you may wish to borrow books, which you are free to take home. The community centre welcomes you to return with books that you may not need anymore. There is a vast choice of literature and relaxing seating areas ... just make your own cuppa.
All ages computer training and classes
There are so many moments when you just can't find the right venue to hire but once you see the bright quality of space, newly updated toilet facilities and open spaced kitchen area you can be assured the dance floor will have many selfies to an overall perfect celebration.
At your next visit, ask Rose Dunn, Community Coordinator
about the Community Participation Program and Friends of the Centre lunch held regularly.
It's a wonderful atmosphere with open spaces for outdoor picnics and bird watching. Plenty of on-site parking to which you can also take a walk to the next street over where the steps lead you to the River Torrens and the resident horses.
Welcome to WeekendNotes Sharleen! I'm well acquainted with Reedbeds as this building was the once the 'open unit' of my old primary school: Fulham Primary - to the east of it where all the houses now are was our school oval and to north where St Teresa's is were the main school buildings... It doesn't seem that long ago but in truth, it's been over 30 years! Great article on a great community centre!