What’s On

Read through our collection of articles about Lalor Neighbourhood House’s News, Events and Projects

Pop-up Vaccination clinic Monday 5 December

Time to get that next Vaccine update? Why not drop into Lalor to see the DPV Health Nurse for your next vaccine to keep up to date and stay healthy.   

Having fun learning community facilitation skills!

Day 2 of our Community Facilitation course and we are dreaming about transforming Lalor.  We are using great ABCD principles by starting small as we build towards our bigger dreams! And you can join in too! We will be holding a fun community consultation out the front...

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Transforming our Childcare garden

We have started! Our wonderful students from VU, RMIT and Melbourne Polytechnic are joining forces to help us transform our outdoor spaces - in both childcare and around the LLLC building. We are hoping to introduce murals and gardens that will transform our centre...

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Making our little part of Lalor beautiful!

Thanks to a grant from Andrew Giles Office -  we are taking our first steps towards our bigger dream to transform the tired, littered and neglected corridor between the Lalor Library and Lalor Living & Learning Centre into a beautiful arts and permaculture garden...

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Learning From Nonna – fabulous start!

We had a great start to our Learning from Nonna program with Year 11 Mill Park students joining us at LLLC to learn about traditional food preservation methods from our Italian senior community. After a short introduction from Maria, and a great discussion about our...

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Learn how to motivate your community group!

Brand new course for anyone interested in establishing a community group or local activity; to gather your neighbours together to create an exciting new project; or to advocate for change to address a local community issue! 10 weeks course, Wednesday from the 10th...

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Welcome Indeed!

Welcome Indeed!

Thanks to our wonderful Volunteer Artists, Ildiko Kormanos and Fatin Fahad, we can welcome you to our centre in practically every language! I promise you it looks even more amazing in real life! Come check it out and see if your language is included! Drop in, say...

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First steps to our community garden

First steps to our community garden

Another great initiative, thanks to our wonderful Victoria Uni Social Work Students! Bring a cutting, take a plant, share some seeds. We are working towards a community garden out the front and lots of other great fun activities indoor and outdoor designed with and...

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Wonderful collaboration with BSL!

Wonderful collaboration with BSL!

We had a wonderful morning with the Brotherhood's  Multicultural Communities Team, Family Services crew who ran a great range of fun holiday activities with families from the local area. Thanks to our students Brittany and Tiffany for making it happen! And check out...

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Great resources at the Lalor Library

Great resources at the Lalor Library

Your local Lalor Library is one of nine Yarra Plenty Regional Library branches where you can access a large range of resources! It’s free to join and free to borrow and you can become a member today by visiting them at the back of the Lalor shops. Check out the cool...

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Going green!

Going green!

We are very pleased to be improving our recycling and waste reduction efforts at LLLC. Thanks to the City of Whittlesea, we now have a large green food waste bin  to complete our bin set. Meanwhile, inside the centre, we have red, yellow and green bins with stickers...

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What’s on in the holidays?

What’s on in the holidays?

While our regular English and Computer classes and our new youth programs take a break during the school holidays, LLLC is still open and running a number of regular programs. These include: Monday Neighbourhood Connections & Thursday Brunch Our wonderful Monday...

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Computers for the terrified?!

Computers for the terrified?!

 Tailored Computer courses for every level & ability I recently heard the story of a woman who had been too scared to join a computer course because she was such a beginner. But when she saw a course called Computers for the Terrified, she thought - that is the...

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Become a changemaker!

Brand new course for anyone interested in establishing a community group or local activity; to gather your neighbours together to create an exciting new project; or to advocate for change to address a local community issue! 10 weeks course, Thursdays from the 22 July,...

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LLLC on Instagram!

LLLC on Instagram!

Thanks to our wonderful Victoria University Social Work students, we are growing our social media presence on Facebook and now on Instagram. Check out our Instagram for our new page and stay tuned for some lovely staff, volunteer and participant profiles.  And...

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Youth Hub Tuesdays & Thursdays at LLLC!

We've listened to the community and we know there's a need for drop-in activities for young people in Lalor. Our wonderful uni students are onto it and welcome you to join us every Tuesday and Thursday from 3-6pm. 

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Learn to paint & draw with Ildiko!

Learn to paint & draw with Ildiko!

 Greetings! My name is Ildiko, and I am a volunteer at Lalor Living and Learning Centre. The centre has started two Art Classes, one for adults  (Wed 9.30-11.30am) and another for teenagers (Thurs 4-6pm)  and I am very happy to be involved the group. I introduce...

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Learning English is fun at LLLC

Learning English is fun at LLLC

Everyone enjoys food! And what a great way to practice your English while having fun cooking Anzac biscuits! Lots of creative and fun learning opportunities at LLLC. If you are wanting to improve your English language or improve your literacy - why not join in the fun...

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Loving our Computer classes!

Loving our Computer classes!

Gina has attended Lalor Living and Learning centre for (quite some time) and has already completed a couple of our computer courses. She has come back to complete another computer course as she feels her generation didn’t have the opportunity to grasp onto technology....

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