Dromana Community House
Dear Dromana Community House
Oh How I miss you, let me count the ways.
Your warm and welcoming hug as I walk over your threshold and the way you whisper in my ear ‘so glad you could come’
The tender way you support all your visitors, with a friendly smile, a hot cuppa and a good chat.
All the wonderful activities that you provide to fill our hearts with joy, singing, art, family history, walking and much more.
But most of all I miss the friendly faces, the smiles and laughter and song, the magpies, the sound of children playing, the buzzing of sewing bees and the lady who lives there....
Oh and the tree, I miss the beautiful tree
Words Lynne Mc Kenzie Painting by Nic Kirkman
Take Care, We care
Fifteen Gibson Street
Take Care We Care
Take a Break Childcare
Monday to Friday
9 am to 2 pm
Five hour sessions Monday to Friday during the school term.
School holidays - Two days
Take a Break Occasional Childcare
Registered as a provider of Occasional Childcare under the Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010 .
and licensed to care for up to 16 children per session. Your child may be cared for and educated for up to 5 hours per day and for no more than 15 hours per week. You may be eligible to receive Childcare Benefits to reduce your fees.
We operate 1:4 staff/child ratio for children under three and 1: 11 for children over three years of age.
Bringing people together to connect, learn and contribute in their local community through social, educational, recreational and support activities at your local Neighbourhood House.
We welcome people from all walks of life. This inclusive approach creates opportunities for individuals and groups to enrich their lives through connections they might not otherwise make.
The Pop up cart at the gate at Fifteen Gibson street is laden fresh bread and vegetables for the community
Supported by Second Bite and the community, seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables are free for the community.
Please bring a boomerang bag or please ask for one !
Thursdays 9am to 10 am
SecondBite exists to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need.
if it’s good enough to eat, it should not go to waste.
Volunteers from all walks of life get together to make re-useable ‘boomerang bags’ we gather at Dromana on Wednesdays using recycled materials, as a means to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic bags. Bags $3.
Together we link hands globally to create a paradigm shift to a more connected and conscious society.