Classes, Programs and Progress!

Newsletter

We are already half way through Term 1 of 2015 and things are definitely in motion around here.

You can read about our exciting developments, both online and on the ground, in our recent Newsletter.

The newsletter also includes updated information on the classes and programs which are running this year at our Centre.

We are very excited about the future development of the Burnley Backyard and the Community Hub in the former Channel 9 site and their place in our vibrant and ever-changing community.

If you are excited as we are about the new plans and communal spaces for our community and want to help out in any way please contact us at Richmond Community Learning Centre on (03) 9428 9901 or lordst@internode.on.net We would love to hear from you!

So exciting!

Burnley Backyard. So exciting!

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A Day in the Life of the Burnley Backyard

current-tudor-stIt’s just after 7am and there is already a group of fifteen people under the central arbour of the Burnley Backyard. The Tai Chi instructor guides both the experienced practitioners and novices through their moves…”  Download the following documents to read on and find out more about the exciting Burnley Backyard project:

  1. A Day in the Life of Burnley Backyard (PDF)
  2. Schematic Plan 1 (PDF)
  3. Schematic Plan 2 (PDF)
  4. Site Plan (PDF)
  5. Target Groups (PDF)
  6. Programs & Activities (PDF)

Show your support for a new community space in Richmond

Burnley Backyard is now on Social Media

The lull before the storm

Two days to go until the Green Family Life Festival starts at 10:00am this Sunday and we are expecting many families to storm through our centre eager to discover what green ideas, products and fun activities we have for them and their children.  Great food and drink to buy and lots of prizes to win too.  First one is the door prize so make sure you fill out the entry form as you come through our gates.

We’ve been winded, rained on, cooled down and then warmed up.  The sun is shining as we write this and the Melbourne weather forecast is looking very promising for Sunday’s festival.  See you then!

A new community centre at Tudor Street, Richmond?

As part of the City of Yarra’s EOI process Stage 2, Richmond Community Learning Centre (RCLC), here studio,Richmond Community Gardening Group (RCGG) and Richmond Toy Library (RTL) have been selected to do a joint feasibility study for the site at 49 Tudor St. There is strong support for a community centre and we’d love to have your say via the Tudor Street – Community Survey by Monday 27 February.

For further information on the process and about us visit: tudorstreet.posterous.com