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Tel: 5608 0524 Address: 126 North Rd, Warragul

Serious Stuff 2019-05-23T09:29:59+11:00

Serious Stuff

The Warragul Hub initiative is an exciting new initiative for Warragul and Drouin (and surrounding areas) that has been designed to provide a much needed social and entertainment venue for young families. The Hub is, however, much more than this.

The original vision was to create a multipurpose facility to help support families and build stronger, enduring relationships and we have stayed true to that idea. What began as not much more than a ‘thought bubble’ in mid 2014 has now finally come to fruition.

The Warragul Hub Inc is a registered not-for-profit organisation that was initially established in 2015 with 45 Foundation members. The Hub is a Christian based organisation with supporters drawn from various mainstream churches within Baw Baw. The group is passionate about seeing the Christian community work together to provide services that are both relevant and important for the well being of our local society. It has been brought to life through the tireless work of a dedicated committee and over one hundred volunteers providing thousands of volunteers hours (we’ve lost count of how many). There has been lots of fundraising and we have been blessed with what can only be described as amazing support from individuals, families and organisations.

Counselling practice recognises that many people at times benefit from the insight of a Counsellor, whose training and experience equips to assist them to come to terms with life’s issues. The Chrysalis Counselling Centre seeks to provide a secure, confidential, non-threatening environment where problems can be discussed, feelings can be clarified and solutions explored with support from an experienced Counsellor.

Click on the ‘View More’ button below for a profile of the counsellors and the range of support that they can provide.

  • Stuck in a rut? Life Coaching can help you change repeating patterns
  • Not sure which way to turn? Life Coaching can help you through the decision making process
  • Moving on? Life Coaching can help you start a new chapter in life

A life coach works along side of you and teaches you techniques and skills to help you solve problems and move you in the direction you seek in your personal and business life. Call a coach to reach your Mountain Top – call Judith on 0458 979 270.

Judith is available at The Warragul Hub on Wednesdays 10 am – 2.00 pm for a free, no obligation chat if you are interested in how life coaching may help you.

SOCIAL GROUPS

FRIDAY: 1.30 – 3.30 PM

 

Do you like to knit or crochet? As the name suggests, our group comes together to have a bit of a chat while we do what we love doing – knitting!

You can combine it with a spot of morning tea or lunch to make it a social outing you’ll forward to each week. Come and try it out for yourself. You’ll find new friends and some lively conversation.

WEDNESDAY: 10 AM – 12.00 PM

There is a Wednesday morning craft group for adults (sorry – not for the kids) that runs on a weekly basis to satisfy your craving for making, designing and displaying wonderful little creations. The group runs from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm

It goes without saying that a craft group is not a real craft group unless there is a lot of great, stimulating conversation. This is a great opportunity to develop a hobby or pursue a passion while making new friends along the way.

There is no cost to the program (other than maybe a contribution towards materials), so feel free just to drop in and say ‘Hi’.

BOOK CLUB INFORMATION
At our first meeting at The Crazy Cow on 3rd October there will be a book reading. “Aboriginal Life, History & Reconciliation”. The next book. Spinifex Blessing, will be distributed at this first meeting when we meet to talk as a group about our reading – enjoying conversation and a ‘cuppa’ together.
Books can be borrowed from The Crazy Cow Book Club and returned on the Club’s completion of the book. Our first book to be discussed in November and December will be “Spinifex Blessing” by Julie Perrin, journalist for The Age and songwriter. This book is a collection of 14 stories of life and faith that were first published in the Sunday Age. These lyrical articles capture the moments of everyday life that we can all connect with and respond.
Come and join us in the Hub Lounge @ The Crazy Cow Activity Centre, 126 North Rd Warragul.
For further information phone Julie @ The Crazy Cow Activity Centre on 5608 0524 or Lesley on 5623 6255.

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