Term 4, 2021 is now open for bookings. Please click through to the 'Enquire Now" button or contact us on 9876 3421 to book your spot!

Policies and procedures around COVID-19 safety measures are in place. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us on 9876 3421

Fab 50's (Social SENIORS)

Fab 50's (Social SENIORS)

A friendly social morning for women over 50. Guest speakers, craft activities and more. Join in the fun and friendship. New members most welcome.

Morning tea provided. 

Start date: Thursday 7th Oct, 2021
Duration:  11 weeks 
Time:  10.00am - 12.00pm
Cost:  $2 per session

 

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Bush Nomads

Bush Nomads

Great social outing & walks of  8-10 kms with an experienced group leader. Discover new bush parks & walking locations. Moderate level of fitness required. B.Y.O. lunch & sturdy shoes. Car pooling & shared transport costs.

Meet in the NRCHi carpark.

Start date:  Monday 4th Oct, 2021
Duration: 10 weeks 
Time:  9.15am - 3.30pm
Cost:  $1.50 per session

* No walk 1/11 due to Melb Cup 

 

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Book CLub

Book CLub

A social gathering of people who have chosen a book to read and come back together once a month in the NRCH Library to discuss the evolving plot!

Start date:  Monday 18th Oct, 15th Nov, 13th Dec 2021
Time:  1.30pm - 2.30pm
Cost:  Gold coin donation per session

* No meeting 1/11 due to Melb Cup 

 

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Coffee and Craft

Coffee and Craft

Come along for a cuppa and enjoy the company of others while you work on your craft projects. Examples – crochet patterns, cross stitching, patchwork, knitting, colouring in, or any other craft. This social group is fun, social and welcoming and will create a space where you will feel supported and make new friends.

Morning tea provided. BYO Craft.

Start date:  Monday 4th Oct, 2021 
Duration: 10 weeks
Time:  10.00am - 12.00pm
Cost:  $2 per session

 * No meeting 1/11 due to Melb Cup 

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The best decision I made after I retired 16 years ago, was to join the Bush Nomads. I needed new friends, companionship, exercise, fresh air and something to look forward to on a weekly basis. Bush Nomads provided all of those needs. I was welcomed into the group by a very friendly collection of interesting people. New people are always made very welcome. During the 16 years I have been a member of the group, many people have moved on, mainly because of age, and many new people have joined, yet the ethos of the group remains the same. I would say that tis mainly because of the outstanding leadership of Shirley Deane. She is an experienced bush walker and is dedicated, inclusive, kind and supportive. In face everyone supports each other through good times and bad. Many firm and long lasting friendships have been formed through the group. Our walks are varied both in destination and level of difficulty, but everyone enjoys the day. I had no idea there were so many beautiful and interesting walking tracks within an easy drive from the Community Centre at North Ringwood. Our walk is always followed by coffee at various venues. Which adds to the social side of things. We end the day with a good chat and a laugh with great company. How we are missing our Bush Nomads outings during the COVID-19 restrictions and can’t wait for them to return!