Most of our groups has already back with started their activities.The year opened with our amazing School Holiday Programme: there were 19 kids playing cricket and other games around the Hub grounds, having fun on the beach, jumping on bounce castles, biking at Spencer Park and waterpistol shootouts. Now we are delighting in the silence and calm at the Hub until 3pm when the children are dropped off by the school van for the afternoon OSCAR programme.
Please, note that we still have some spaces in our After School Programme for students from Te Waka Unua School and from Christchurch East School.Please, note that we still have some spaces in our After School Programme for students from Te Waka Unua School and from Christchurch East School.The artists from Ōtautahi Creative Spaces (Room 5) are back and have started spreading their creativity around together with the dedicated potters from Room 7. The amazing singers from The Muse (Room 6) cheer up our days and nights while the working bees from the Community Garden and the Refugees make our flowerbeds thrive, while the ICEcycles (Room 8) folk fix bikes for the community. This month we are also welcoming a new group joining the Hub: Purapura Whetu (Room 3), we are so excited to have you on board!
I connect therefore I am
The 3Cs Internet Café is now open again (no charge) for the community to surf on the Net and socially connect and – from 9th February – every Thursday from 1pm to 3pm, Roger, a volunteer from Addington.net, will be in the Computer Room available to those who have doubts and concerns with their electronic devices (laptops, smartpho
nes and tablets). Come to Room 2 to learn more.
We think it would be great to have more going on here. We have ideas but we would really like to hear from you. What would you like to see happening here at the Phillipstown Community Hub? Please, tell us by filling in the survey in! We look froward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions!!
Phillipstown Community Hub Co-ordinator