NH Week Poster (2)


Monday 9th - Sunday 15th May

Our fabulous team worked hard to bring you some great events for the upcoming Neighbourhood House Week.

Free events, a family scavenger hunt and celebration are planned throughout the week Monday 9th - Sunday 15th May 2022.

Scavenger Hunt NHW 2022 (1)

Join the fun and participate to our family scavenger hunt!

Ready, set, GO! Bring the whole family (suitable for children under 10 years old) to Beazley Reserve, Chelsea Heights. Grab a form at the Centre and try to solve the letter puzzle during the week from Monday 9th to Sunday 15th May – Neighbourhood House Week.

Did you find the solution? Return the form for a chance to enter the draw to win one of 3 fabulous prizes* (1 entry per child)

Good luck and have fun!


Conditions of entry:

  • Entry is open to all children aged under 10 years old

  • Entry is free

  • Entry is limited at 1 entry per child

  • To be eligible for our lucky dip, all forms must be submitted with the following information:

-  correct solution of the code

-  The child’s name and age

-  Name, email, phone number and signature of parent/guardian

  • All forms must be dropped off at the Centre during office hours 9am-3pm or in our letterbox when we are closed before Sunday 15th May 23.59pm

  • Prizes will be drawn on Tuesday 17th May and winners will be contacted by email or phone number provided.

  • The 3 lucky winners must be able to come and collect their prizes at the Centre

Good luck everyone!

Open Gate at the Garden (1)

Open gate at the Garden!

Join us next Wednesday morning from 10am-12pm for our annual open gate to celebrate Neighbourhood House Week.

Our community garden will be open to the public for a quick tour, followed by tea and coffee at the Centre.

Come to say hi!

One Billion Stars Celebration NHV 2022 - InstagramFacebook Post (1)

Weave a star, connect and share!

A One Billion Stars celebration with our local communities of weavers from Longbeach Place, Aspendale Gardens Community Service and Chelsea Heights Community Centre.

Come and join us for a morning tea and to connect with other star weavers.

We will welcome Bronwyn Currie, Co-winner of Kingston Woman of the year 2022 and founding member and organiser of the Women's March4Justice Melbourne.

What is the One Billion Stars project?

The purpose of weaving stars is to continue nurturing global conversations of how to end violence using the joy and healing power of the arts and traditional crafts.

Each woven star is a beautiful symbol of light, courage and solidarity to end all forms of violence, including violence against woven, bullying and racism.

All Welcome!
For catering purposes, please RSVP on 03 9772 3391 or email us ch_htscc@bigpond.net.au

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