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Craft & Connect

 

 

All Welcome!

1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month

 

10am to 12pm

 

Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre Cottage number 6

( Ask at Reception)

 

BYO Project or Start a new one on the day!

 

Gold Coin Donation includes Tea, Coffee and Biscuits

 

For enquiries call 4363 1044

 

 

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Kincumber & 2251 Small Business Network Next Tuesday 7pm!

 

Second Quarterly Meeting of the Kincumber & 2251 Small Business Network!

Join us for an evening of opportunities to make connections and tap into the advice and experience of like-minded owners of Small Businesses in our local area!

Grow your circle of business contacts


Get some inspiration and extra motivation 


Chat with Small Businesses Network members who understand the stresses and successes of working for yourself


Don't Forget Your Business Cards!

Please RSVP by the 12/6/2018

Please pay your $20 (Includes Catering) to:

Reception at Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre or by Direct Credit (Don't forget to put your name or business)

Bendigo Bank

BSB 633000   A/C  159961820

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Plastic Free July BEESWAX WRAPS WORKSHOP

Have you wanted to kick the habit of using cling wrap?

Join Sustainable Education for this awesome workshop and celebrate Plastic Free July with us!

This workshop is fun and interactive.

You will take the home the wraps you make and be skilled in making them for future use.

What's included in the workshop:

All materials

Morning tea and a take home kit

All included for $49

To confirm your spot go to:

www.sustainableeducation.com.au/communityworkshops

 

 

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Reconciliation Week 2018 ...The Song Keepers

 

With Reconciliation Week upon us, Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre and Avoca Beach Picture Theatre have put their collective heads together for an astounding night of building bridges.

The evening begins with a ‘conversation’ with the fascinating Frank Doolan, known around the nation as Riverbank. He’s a Wiradjuri man from Dubbo in central western NSW. Disillusioned by racial separatism, he believes in building community bridges. You won’t find Riverbank complaining – you will find Riverbank working, talking, doing what he can, to mend this broken relationship.

Riverbank is a gifted poet, writer and philosopher. As a measure of Riverbank’s acclaim, in 2016 he was a VIP guest performer at Rodriguez's State Theatre concert, reciting two of his works – ‘The Message’, a piece about Reconciliation, and ‘I Am Just a Child’, a tribute to the children in detention.

Shunning materialism over the simple life, this Wiradjuri elder, living in a caravan a few kilometres north of Dubbo, beside the river, without electricity or any mod cons is a warrior for peace.

Riverbank doesn’t just talk Reconciliation he lives it and is a valuable speaker.

Following Riverbank, the powerful film of building bridges THE SONG KEEPERS, will screen. Across six remote communities spanning a thousand-kilometre radius, indigenous women gather to sing hymns originally brought to the area by German Lutheran missionaries, then translated into the Western Arrarnta and Pitjantjatjara languages. The songs had all but vanished from use in Germany, but had been preserved in the Central Australian desert for 140 years.

Hermannsburg has a rich musical tradition of Lutheran baroque hymns and anicent Aboriginal songs and story-telling. Both have been preserved and passed down generation to generation by the women of the area. Combing the hymns and their own languages, THE SONG KEEPERS is an uplifting and nuanced story of music, survival, identity and cross-cultural collaboration.

Choir conductor Morris Stuart said of one song “That is the oldest existing hymn of the Christian church. It was written in the fourth century in the Greek language, and it was revealed to me by the ladies from a remote community in central Australia.”

Naina Sen’s THE SONG KEEPER’S is a joyous ode to cross-cultural collaboration, its power and its importance, as the planet’s oldest culture helps to keep some of humanity’s oldest sacred songs alive. 

Experience the choir's delight in their chosen art form, having changed lives, preserved history, transported centuries-old tunes back to Europe and acted as a bridge between cultures.  A beautiful balance is attained between the music and a diverse compilation of observational and interview footage. The result is infectious!

Reconciliation Week is on at the Avoca Beach Picture Theatre on Friday 1st June at 7:30pm. Tickets are $18 and can be purchased via the Theatre’s website or by calling 43 821 777.

 

 

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Snack & Chat

Snack & Chat is an Open and Friendly group run by Lauren Langston and Madison Bracey, as part of the KNC Mentoring Program.

The program will consist of various activity's, guest speakers and study tips. 

Drop into Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre.

There is no need to book!

(You can if you want too)

See you on the 13th of June 3:30-4:30pm!

For inquiries call us on 4363 1044 

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Yoga With Erin

We are excited to Welcome Yoga With Erin to Monday's to Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre!

 

 

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New Dance Class @ KNC NO LIGHTS NO LYCRA

Want to Dance in the Dark?

Shake off your Stresses and Feel the JOY in a Judgement Free Zone!?

Come to NO Lights NO Lycra at Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre!!

Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.30pm

$10 Cash on night.

 

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Venue Hire!

Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre has Rooms Available for Hire!
We are a friendly Neighbourhood Centre with easy parking.
We have an Auditorium, Workshop with a Wet Room, Meeting Room, Counselling Room and a Large Kitchen available for Hire. 
Equipment Hire.
We also offer Room Hire after hours.
In business hours and on the weekend we have a pop up cafe Sweet Betsy in the Gardens of KNC.
For Bookings please call 4363 1044

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Kincumber & 2251 Small Business Network Event!

Second Quarterly Meeting of the Kincumber & 2251 Small Business Network!

Join us for an evening of opportunities to make connections and tap into the advice and experience of like-minded owners of Small Businesses in our local area!

Grow your circle of business contacts


Get some inspiration and extra motivation 


Chat with Small Businesses Network members who understand the stresses and successes of working for yourself


Don't Forget Your Business Cards!

Please RSVP by the 12/6/2018

Please pay your $20 (Includes Catering) to:

Reception at Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre or by Direct Credit (Don't forget to put your name or business)

Bendigo Bank

BSB 633000   A/C  159961820

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A Massive Thank You to Mars Foods for their Support of Second Bite!

KNC would like to say a Massive Thank You to the Team at Mars Foods for their support of Second Bite!

The team came to Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre with a truck of food donations and also helped with Second Bite.

They picked up food from the dock at Coles Kincumber and helped to carry all the food into the centre.

Along with Second Bite Volunteers they set up Second Bite and got to know a little bit about what we do here at Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre.

We are so grateful to the Mars Team for the generous donations of food and time and look forward to seeing them again in the near future.

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A Big Welcome to Orange Sky Laundry!

 

Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre Officially Welcomed Orange Sky Laundry Central Coast today!
A Team of Amazing Volunteers will be here at 10.30 on Wednesdays along side of Second Bite.
They will supply Conversation AND Clean Washing!
If you need to wash and dry your clothes bring them with you!
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Eco Garden Working Bee!

A Big Thank You to Bernie,  Ruth, Sue, Kevin , Felicity, Trish and Sonia who showed up for the Eco Garden Working Bee.

What an amazing job you have done!

 

Frank would have loved it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Big Thank You to our Youth Volunteer Ethan!

KNC would like to say a Big Thank You to a Ethan our Youth Volunteer who has been kind enough to help us out over the School Holidays.

Ethan has been helping us with the Neighbourhood Centre, Second Bite and helped Jim in the Eco Garden.

Ethan was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for his efforts in our local community by KNC Manager Rob.

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Awesome Anthony's Seafood & Burgers Kincumber!

 Kincumber  Neighbourhood Centre would like to say a Massive Thank You to the Team at Anthony's Seafood and Burgers and their Awesome Customers!

Your Donations to KNC are always greatly appreciated and needed.

It is wonderful to be part of such a supportive community.

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