Langwarrin Community Centre
Langwarrin Community Centre is a hub for community activities in Langwarrin. The centre offers a range of educational, recreational and support programs, children’s activities, early learning and childcare in a safe and welcoming environment. It is a place for skills development, further education and personal growth and is a base for community meetings, classes and clubs.
2 Lang Road
P. 03 9789 7653
Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
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- Accredited training
- Adult Further Education
- Childcare and children’s activities
- Community garden
- Computer courses
- Health and wellbeing programs
- Learn Local provider
- Meeting and conference room hire
- Recreational activities
- Youth Hangout
Community Kitchen at Langwarrin Community Centre
Community Kitchens involve a small group of people coming together on a regular basis to plan for, prepare and cook a healthy and affordable meal.
They are often held in community facilities with a kitchen - such as a school, church or community centre. After preparing and cooking the meal together, participants of Community Kitchens then sit down and share the meal, or if there is any leftover food cooked in the Kitchen this can be taken home and shared amongst families.
Participants can run the group together, and all be involved in planning, organising, cooking and most importantly eating! All participants can have an equal say in how the Kitchen operates. There is also usually 1-2 ‘group leaders’, also participants, who are there to help the group run smoothly.
Expression of Interest
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2 Lang Road
More Information on Community Kitchens
- Main Hall seats 100 people
- Jones Room seats 25 people
- Dame Elisabeth Room seats 45 people
- Small Meeting Rooms also available
Permanent and Casual Hirers Welcome
Contact the Langwarrin Community Centre for venue hire costs and conditions.
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