Centre Renovation and Relocation 2018
Please note that as per the Department of Communities' building compliance requirements, the Centre is required to undergo
necessary construction works scheduled to commence in mid-April. East Creek Community Centre will be required to relocate
to a new premises during the estimated 3-4 months of construction, during which some services may be temporary unavailable.
As of the end March 2018, we are scheduled to relocate to the old 'Regents on the Lake' building at
87 Perth St (opposite Lake Annand) on the 23rd April 2018. Services Likely to Be Delayed Computer Lessons - Temporarily halting from 9th April 2018, Estimated Return Time Approximately
2nd May 2018. Please keep in mind that either of the aforementioned timeframes may or may not be altered as the date of commencement draws nearer
due to factors beyond our control (ie, moving services). Thank you for your patience and understanding, and
stay tuned to this space on our website or on our Facebook page to ensure you are up-to-date in these times of change.
As of the end March 2018, we are scheduled to relocate to the old 'Regents on the Lake' building at 87 Perth St (opposite Lake Annand) on the 23rd April 2018.
Services Likely to Be Delayed
Computer Lessons - Temporarily halting from 9th April 2018, Estimated Return Time Approximately 2nd May 2018.
Please keep in mind that either of the aforementioned timeframes may or may not be altered as the date of commencement draws nearer due to factors beyond our control (ie, moving services). Thank you for your patience and understanding, and stay tuned to this space on our website or on our Facebook page to ensure you are up-to-date in these times of change.
East Creek Staff
A Word from Sally
Hope you all had a great break and a wonderful Christmas.This looks to be an exciting year for East Creek Community Centre. We will be having some renovations done, the property next door has been purchased and our car park will be upgraded, so it will be much easier for anyone who has mobility issues to access the centre. Our toilets will be upgraded and a bit of a general tidy up will occur. We will be relocating whilst this is happening and will have more details in time to come. A massive thank you to the Queensland Government for investing in our service, I am sure the community will reap the rewards for years to come.
On the 10th of March it will be thirty years this year since East Creek started at the big blue house in Kitchener St. East Creek Community Centre was initially started by Lifeline in 1983.The centre was started due to an awareness of for the need in the community for an informal drop in centre to relieve isolation, loneliness and alienation. We will be having a celebration after the renovations are completed to celebrate this, so watch this spot!
In line with our thirtieth annniversary we are looking at developing a cookbook or information resource to celebrate this time at the centre. We would like to put in photos from the past and people’s memories and stories about the centre. If you have a recipe, photo or memory you would like to share, please contact the centre via email email@example.com or phone 4639 2755 or 4639 2038 and ask for Sally or Bea.
International Women’s Day is happening Thursday the 8th of March at East Creek Community Centre from 10 am until 12 pm. (If we have moved to an alternate venue, details will be on our webpage at www.eastcreek.com.auEveryone is welcome, there is going to be guest speaker and of course morning tea and raffles. Hope to see you there!
Also as a note we now have another number you can contact on apart from our 4639 2755, you can also call us on 4639 2038 if the other number is busy.
Read the Current Newsletter Online
The Current Newsletter is now available to be read online by going to this page.
East Creek Older Person's Action Program
The Older Person's Action Program is about providing social support, information and education to vulnerable people over 60. If you would like more information about OPAP please contact Bea at the centre on (07) 4639 2755.
The Current OPAP Newsletter is now available to be read online.
East Creek Community Centre
East Creek Community Centre is a catalyst for community development.
Our dedicated paid and volunteer staff provide services, support, advice, advocacy and professional development.
We work with community groups and individuals throughout Toowoomba.
East Creek's programs are for everyone - children, adolescents, young adults, seniors, people with disabilities, multicultural groups and those who are socially isolated.
We encourage all members of the community to participate.
Become a volunteer, learn a new skill, attend an information session, plant a garden, develop your writing skills or learn to use a computer.
For over twenty years, the Centre has delivered innovative programs that meet the community's changing needs.
Members of East Creek Community Centre are welcomed to attend committee meetings held on the 3rd Thursday of every month, starting at 5.30pm. Please call the centre for more details.
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There's lots to do!
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East Creek Community Centre is there when most needed.
Our Centre provides programs and services aimed at building inclusion and resilience in the community.
Our work increases important life skills, helps those in crisis and reduces social isolation.
Your donation will ensure that we can be there, for the community, every time.
Contact us today to find out how you can help us to help others.
Cultural Guidance Statement
If you wish to know how East Creek Community Centre endeavours to maintain cultural competence, please see our Cultural Guidance Statement Here.