A Word from Sally

Welcome Back,

Hope everyone had a wonderful break over January, we are looking forward to another busy year. Our Christmas party was a roaring success, many thanks to the TOMNET team for their BBQ skills and the Minstrels for their entertainment. We raised over $150 in our cent sale, many thanks to all that participated and a big thanks to everyone who donated the items!

Once again we will be hosting International Women’s Day on Wednesday the 8 th of March. The theme this year is “#BeBoldForChange". The World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap won't close entirely until 2186, this is too long to wait. International Women’s Day is an important catalyst and vehicle for driving greater change for women, so come along and support women worldwide at our morning tea. There will be a guest speaker and raffles on the day along with our ubiquitous delicious morning tea! If you would like to find out more about the gender gap please go to this link http://reports.weforum.org/global-gender-gap-report-2016/

Our Tech Savvy program is back again this year but will only be available until the end of March. If you know of someone over 60 (50 if they identify as Indigenous or Torres Strait Islander) who is interested in learning how to use technology we have lessons every Wednesday. If those interested do not have transport we can pick you up and drop you home afterwards in the bus (although this is subject to availability). So don’t let fear or lack of transport put you off learning about Technology, we have very friendly and understanding tutors on hand, so make the most of this service whilst it is still available.


Read the Current Newsletter Online

The Current Newsletter is now available to be read online by going to this page.

Copies of the Latest Newsletter and Previous Newsletter may still be downloaded for offline viewing in pdf format.

Upcoming Events


  • Mondays - Crochet Group
  • Mondays - Blankets for the Homeless Group
  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday - Heartmoves at Willows
  • Tuesdays - OPAP Walking Group
  • Tuesdays - Cuppa and Card Game
  • Wednesday - Art-Ability and Art Groups


  • Friday - Scrapbooking / Craft
  • Wednesday - Eating with Friends

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 Ashlie / Bea at the centre on (07) 4639 2755.

The Current OPAP Newsletter is now available to be read online.

PDF copies of the Latest OPAP Newsletter and Previous OPAP Newsletters may still be downloaded for offline viewing.

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.

Come and join us.

There's lots to do!

Help us to help others

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.

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