What makes coming to KCLC so fantastic…
It’s the social aspect that keeps our members coming back year after year! Enrolling in a course means you’re going to learn something new or hone a skill. But we don’t let that get in the way of a good chat, some yummy morning or afternoon tea (or a nice glass of wine in the evenings), and some good old fashioned laughter!
Supporting the Community:
Kalamunda Community Learning Centre is a not for profit organisation offering a wide range of courses each semester. Established in 1977 we are thriving, with more than 800 members who just keep coming back each year.
We must be doing something right!
We provide a professionally staffed on site crèche for children between the ages of eight weeks and six years. This service is available for members attending courses at the Centre. The crèche is not available for children of members enrolled in classes held off site (i.e. at the Jack Healey Centre.)
Except for our professional crèche team, everyone involved in the running of this very successful Centre is a volunteer.
We ask all members to contribute some of their time each Semester to help – you can choose something for you to do that suits your interests. We call this a workgroup and it won’t be onerous or time consuming. We all contribute – that’s why we are unique! So when enrolling you must also select a workgroup.
***ONLINE ENROLMENTS ARE COMING***
We are bringing the Centre into the 21st century and going online for enrolments, if all goes to plan – in time for Semester 2 enrolment.
Watch this space for updates from our registrar about this exciting change.
KCLC new Coordinator:
At our AGM recently we farewelled Derek Winter as Coordinator and welcomed Bridget Hogarth to the Executive team. Bridget joins Stephanie Tonks and David Storer as one of the three Coordinators. Derek has earned a break, after many years working tirelessly for the Centre.
Here he is handing over the keys to the executive washroom to our new Coordinator!
Changes this Term:
Some classes have been moved to other venues due to renovations in the Centre pavilion. For more details, contact the Centre on 08 9293 2977.
Open Day, 2017:
Dates have changed for Open Day this year, due to renovations in our main building. Open Day will now be held on Sunday, September 10. It will be a fantastic day at the Centre – art, sculptures and other class work will be on show as well as bargains to be found at our plant, book and white elephant stalls. Of course, the Cottage Café will be serving magnificent food all day.
Next Semester courses are being finalised. Check back later to see what is on offer.
Our fortnightly newsletter, Centre Talk, advertises upcoming activities, events and new courses. It is emailed to all members and can be found on this website – just click on Centre talk above.
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