Welcome to Drummoyne Community Centre
Terrific, Testing or Tricky Toddlers
Monday 27 May & 3 June, 7:30pm to 9pm @ Concord Library
Toddlers are wired to move, explore, question, strive to be understood, want to become autonomous and independent - all while having limited skills and capacities to do any of these things. They are busy, you are busy and in the midst of it you are trying to get them to listen without it spiralling into a meltdown or tantrum because they don't like what your're saying.
Dads & Babies Workshop
Saturday 18 May, 2pm to 3:30pm
"Recommend to any new dads, it's very beneficial. Good tips to help baby relax and sleep, and massage techniques." - Benny (Dad)
This is a one off workshop. The program is for:
- First time dads (including expectant dads)
- Dads who want to be more involved
- Busy dads who want to make a difference
- Busy dads with limited time
- Dads who want hands-on practical information
- Dads who have questions they want answered about being a dad.
2019 Autumn Program
April 2019 to July 2019
Info Workshop & Morning Tea
Friday 7 June, 10am to 12:30pm - Small Space Gardening
Join us for our free information workshop to hear Toni Salter talk about ideas for growing plants when you don't have much room. Toni is a qualified horticulturist and has a passion to see organic principles adopted by everyone. Have you ever wanted to grow your own vegetables and other plants but don't think you have enough space?
Volunteering Info Session
Wednesday 29 May, 11am-12noon
If you are interested in finding out about volunteering at Drummoyne Community Centre come along to our information session. In particular we need drivers:
For Love of Music Workshop
Friday 24 May, 1pm to 2:30pm
Come and listen to some wonderful music. This month's workshop is "Two Treasures from Germany" - enjoy the music of Beethoven and Max Burch. Some transport for locals is available, but please book this in advance. These workshops are free to members. Fee for non-members. Led by Joan Douglas.
This workshop will be followed by a fundraising afternoon tea for the Cancer Council until 3:30pm. All welcome.