Kids art classes are a great way to encourage creativity and self-expression in children. They provide a safe and supportive environment for kids to explore different art techniques and styles, while also developing their fine motor skills and cognitive abilities.
Over 50 and looking at learning a new skill? Join thousands of Australians who are taking our FREE courses on everything from how to access the internet, using your device and keeping in touch with others online. These sessions will also help you to navigate through the world of internet plans, data plans, Wi-Fi and a basic guide on how to use applications (apps)
Are you are looking for work – a parent intending to return to work, considering a career change or unsure what help and support services are available, come down and meet with a Job Advocate for a free! Available the 1st Monday and 2nd Tuesday every month from 10.30 – 12.00 at Kew NLC to discuss your needs.
WE NEED YOU! Love to sew? Want to be part of a feel good project? The Threads of Kindness Project is a KNLC initiative funded by the Sidney Myer Foundation making bedcovers for the victims of domestic violence. A community project in every sense – all fabric has been donated by local business, Highly Sprung Interiors, with the bedcovers being sewn together by people within the KNLC community and then passed on to a women’s shelter. We hope that this practical, yet basic need, warms not only their bodies but also their hearts ❤If you would like to be part of this wonderful project please contact the centre 9853 3126 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As a reflection of the STRESSFUL times we find ourselves living in, KewNLC has organized preeminent guided relaxation/mindfulness Harpist Michael Johnson to escort us through a blissful hour of music and escape.
Two sessions to choose from
Wednesday 28 July | 10.45AM – 11.45AM OR 12PM – 1PM | Cost $22 per session – includes tea/coffee and muffin at our cafe after the session | $16 per session without tea/coffee and muffin
Click on links below to see Michael’s work ?