Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Term 4 At South Barwon Community Centre

The final term for 2016 in nearly upon us and our new program is available for download via the links in the top left corner of this page.

Be sure to check out our special sessions for Seniors Week in October for Protecting Your Rights and Planning Ahead, please call the Centre on 5243 8388 during our office hours of 9am-4pm Monday to Thursday or email directly via info@sbcc.org.au for more information or to secure a place.





Thursday, July 7, 2016

Term 3 2016 at SBCC

Our new program for Term 3 is now available in the upper left hand corner of this page and contains all our new and current activities, courses and services available for the term.

Please contact the Centre on 5243 8388 for more information or to become a participant.


Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Term 2 2016 At SBCC

It's a new term and SBCC's program is now available for download via the links on the top left of this page. This term we're pleased to announce our new Code Club program, designed for childrean aged 9-11 to learn the basics of computer language and programming.

Code Club Australia

Get more info in our program and contact us on 5243 8388 during out office hours of 9am-4pm Monday to Friday.

Our Computer Courses program has been updated with new courses for 2016 also so be sure to download a copy and contact us for more information or to enrol.




Monday, February 1, 2016

Welcome To Term 1, 2016 At SBCC

We hope you've had a relaxing and recharging festive season and are all ready to take on 2016!

Our new program for Term 1 is available here.

Please feel free to contact the Centre via email here or call us on 5243 8388 Monday to Friday from 9-4pm for more information regarding our classes and services.



Thursday, December 17, 2015

Happy Holidays from SBCC

South Barwon Community Centre wishes everyone a safe and happy Festive Season and we look forward to seeing you again in 2016.



We're officially closed from Thursday the 17th of December until we reopen in 2016 on Monday the 18th of January. Please feel free to contact the Centre during this period if you require to via this email address.


Thursday, October 1, 2015

Term 4 At SBCC

Our new program for Term 4 is now available via the link in the upper left hand corner of this page and we also have some upcoming classes starting very soon:

Password & Security Workshop
Do you have problems keeping track of passwords and are concerned about protecting your identity online? This one off session will go through how to create, use and maintain a functioning system for your passwords as well as giving ideas and methods for protecting yourself online.
This session runs from 1pm to 3pm on Friday the 9th of October. (Cost: $15)

Apple Mac Group
SBCC is very proud to finally announce our monthly Apple Mac Computer Help Group will begin meeting on Thursday the 22nd of October from 10:30am to 12pm. This group will allow users of Mac computers to get help with the use of their machine in a friendly and atmosphere and learn how to get more out of their Macs too. This group will continue meeting on the third Thursday of the month from this point on.
(Cost $10).

Please contact the Centre on 5243 8388 from 9am-4pm with any questions or enquiries or to register your interest for any of the above courses. You can also email the Centre at sbcc3216@telstra.com or visit our offices at 33 Mt Pleasant Rd during the above mentioned hours.







Monday, July 6, 2015

Term 3 2015 @ SBCC

Welcome to Term 3 at South Barwon Community Centre! This term's program is now available to download via the link in the top left corner of this page. As a new promotion at SBCC we'll be compiling and publishing stories of individuals under the title of Stories of Belmont, keep on reading to find out more!
As usual, please contact us on 5243 8388 from 9-4pm Monday to Friday or email the Centre here for more information.


Stories Of Belmont Edition 1, 2015
World Breastfeeding
Week  August 1 - 7
This year's theme is "Breastfeeding Support: Close to Mothers", highlighting breastfeeding peer counselling, an approach that tackles the sharp decline in breastfeeding rates and
practices in the weeks or months after delivery, particularly exclusive breastfeeding.

To support this initiative South Barwon Community Centre is making its first
edition of Stories Of Belmont a celebration of your experience in breastfeeding

Share your insightful, individual and entertaining stories about your experience with breastfeeding to bring about awareness and education to improve the health of babies.

We want to hear your breastfeeding story, it doesn’t have to be long or written
professionally, just your story in your own words and 500 words or less. It can be a story or anecdote, or poetry or anything else you can think of you can put into words and pictures.

Celebrate your experience with breastfeeding and encourage others to do so, share your culture and customs and family traditions. Be an active participant in World Breastfeeding Week and promote this important stage of all baby’s early development.
The deadline for story submissions is Friday July 31st.

Submit your stories in person at our offices at 33 Mt Pleasant Rd. Belmont, 3216 or email them to sbcommunitycentre@gmail.com

For assistance in writing your story please don’t hesitate to contact the centre via email or call on
5243 8388 to make an appointment. SBCC will try to accommodate translating of your own native language into English where possible if English is not your first language.


What is Stories Of Belmont?

Stories of Belmont is a community project from the South Barwon Community Centre to
document and celebrate the individual stories of people in our community. Each month there will be a publication of stories from local contributors telling their own personal stories based on a theme related to special days or weeks of the month.

Authors retain all copyright of their stories, publications will be available to borrow through the South Barwon Community Centre as well as copies given to participants. Extra copies can be supplied on demand at $2.50 each.