In light of current news around COVID, we are closed from the 13th – 21st of Feb 2021.
All on-site classes, activities and events, including fresh bread delivery stand cancelled for the duration.
We are also delaying the community Chinese new year event to now take place on Saturday, 13 March 4.30pm-7pm instead.
We are continuing to monitor the situation closely, and will update you should there be any changes.
Hung Hing Dance Association and community chef Jenny Chua will continue to showcase their performances/work. The price remains to be $7 for adults and free for children.
We ask that you re-book your registration in Eventbrite. Booking link here: https://nhnhcny2021.eventbrite.com.au. Please make bookings for all that will be coming, which includes children.
Also if you are in a position to volunteer that day, please sign up here: https://signup.com/go/jCvXCkH
Note: You will be required to wear a mask and register on our daily contact sheet if you choose to come to the centre. You will also be expected to maintain social distancing at all times.
Look forward to seeing you all soon!
– Staff and Volunteers and Notting Hill Neighbourhood House
In the last twelve months the Notting Hill Neighbourhood House committee has seen renewal in our programs and communications to engage with the diverse community and a new manager was appointed.
A fresh bold look was sought for the logo which would be inclusive and appealing to all members of the Notting Hill and Monash community. The new logo has colours of blue and yellow which represent a mix of trustworthiness and energy. The green symbolises growth and a feeling of relaxation. The angles represent the pitched roof of our neighbourhood house and a sense of purpose.
We hope the new logo resonates with old and new community members. That through all our communications we can reach and engage with as many people as possible and continue to serve the community.