THE Neighbourhood Centre has been busy this past month. If you have missed any of our free workshops, you can now access them on our News and Events tab on our webpage.
We have new podcasts available for you too. The latest is a six-part podcast series, A Conversation on Diversity in Children's Books, by Better Reading. We could not have predicted what 2020 would bring.
We now understand more than ever how little we know, and how important these conversations are. It's a time for us to ask questions and listen to the answers provided by people who are more knowledgeable than us on this subject.
For this series, those people are Dr Randa Abdel Fattah, Will Kostakis, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Laura Bloom, Deborah Abela and Rachel Bin Salleh from Magabala Books. You can find these podcasts on our webpage.
Our English Tuition Program has grown, now with six mentors seeing multiple students.
Our Homework Support has also grown to now include a Homework Club, available for primary aged students. Contact Jackie on 6332 4866 for more details.
The Warmer Winter Drive is underway at Oberon Neighbourhood Centre. If you need any warm clothes or supplies, we have plenty of donations of dry-cleaned jackets and blankets available for free.
The Oberon Neighbourhood Centre is open 9am-2pm Wednesday to Friday at 12 Ross Street.
Tax Help is a free service and bookings are being taken if you are needing support completing your tax return.
To see how the Neighbourhood Centre can support you, visit us on Facebook or www.binc.org.au.