Events

Events

In this ever changing COVID environment, we are endeavouring to keep groups and activities up to date. Some groups have altered how they gather, some have switched to zoom, others are connecting through other methods. Please contact the hub on 03 9846 2012 to confirm the most current information relating to our groups and activities

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Events

Sep 30, 2022

Early Morning Walking Group

Come and join us for a friendly walk in the park, alongside the river. Breathe in the fresh air, smell the bush, hear the songs of the birds and maybe even meet some of the local residents – kangaroos. rabbits, tawny frogmouth families, ducks, ibis, lorikeets, maybe even a sleepy wombat. What a great way to start your day! Contact Jan on 03 03 9846 2012; info@manninghamuc.org
Sep 30, 2022

Playgroup

Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s during school terms  “It has been invaluable to us and I’m sure many people would benefit from coming along”. Kate Playgroup is for Pre-school children from 0 – 5 yrs and their parents, grandparents and carers. It provides opportunities for carers to share and engage with their child(ren) through play. Our indoor play area has many things for kids such as a climbing frame, puzzles, a home corner, dress-ups, puppets, trains, cars, duplo etc. There are…
Sep 30, 2022

Catch your breath

** NOTE: Due to sickness, Catch your breath will not be gathering as planned on the 16 September, and will resume on the 30 September ** What is CYB?  Catch Your Breath is a friendship group for neurodiverse young people and an expression of hospitality offered by Manningham Uniting Church.    Why is it called ‘Catch Your Breath’?  The phrase ‘catch your breath’ commonly refers to the act of slowing down to enable you to breath normally after a period…