• Vic Park Community Centre

We love to share it, share it!

Have you heard about Skill Share Vic Park?

It’s the coolest thing in the hood, where locals share their skills with one another. It gets people in touch, and things that everybody loves spread around Vic Park.


Our Centre is thrilled to be able to facilite a series of skill sharing sessions, starting in February.


We’re kicking things off with a Slow Fashion Workshop, presented by Kat Wray, a local photographer and graphic designer who is passionate about fashion and about living lighter on the planet.


Kat knows that fast fashion is a big contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, as well as landfill, and she’s been working on ways to build a sustainable wardrobe for herself and her family. Plus, she says, it’s all about being a smarter shopper and making it work for yourself instead of the big fashion brands.


Kat has an awesome sense of style, so make sure you don’t miss her insights on how to slow things down without sacrificing your fashion.


The next workshop we have lined up will be hosted at a local backyard, the perfect place to share about Keeping Chooks.


Have you always wanted your own backyard chicken flock, but didn’t know where to start? Well, Simone Harrington has been doing it for 5 years and has lots to share.


Simone is super knowledgeable and absolutely nuts for her girls, and will open her backyard so others can benefit from her experience. Keeping chooks is not all about eggs, so come and learn all the amazing benefits of having them inhabit your backyard.


There’s more on the pipeline, but this is about what people want to share - so if you have a skill or interest you would like to offer to your community, get in touch at project@vicparkcc.org.au.


We can wait to start sharing with you!

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Contact Us

248 Gloucester Street, East Victoria Park 6101

 

Find us on the Kent Street side of the Leisurelife Complex.

Phone:  (08) 9361 1999

Email: hello@vicparkcc.org.au

Office Hours

Monday to Friday: 8:30am -12:00pm

The Vic Park Community Centre is an inclusive place for community building activities and programs

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