Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well! - Camperdown Community House
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Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well!

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Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well!

Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well!

During February we have a number of activities running as part of Corangamite Shire‘s Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well! Program.

WEDNESDAY 14 February

10-11am A Perfect Day Wellbeing – Maximise Your Health workshop

Anyone can experience stress or anxiety from time to time, we all do. What is important to understand is the science about the psychology of well-being, and how identifying your strengths can help you create a positive mood. Your Strengths matter because happy people tend to live a happy life because they know and use their strengths regularly, we all have them in various combinations. What are yours?

Entry via gold coin donation.

Bookings essential: www.trybooking.com/TUZD or for more information please call 5593 1403

THURSDAY 15 February

9.30am – 3pm Rural and Regional Mental Health Forum

Join us to learn about mental health in rural and remote communities.
This half-day workshop is a great opportunity to learn about mental health and wellbeing as is specifically effects rural and remote communities. Delivered by people who know what it’s like out here, Rural Minds is just good, solid information without the bull…dust.

FRIDAY 16 February

10.30-11.30am Sugarloaf Shakers early years group – gold coin donation
Sugarloaf Shakers is a community-based music and literacy program, for children aged four and under.  It focuses on young families and promoting early literacy skills through singing nursery rhymes and reading books together. The children enjoy this program and it is offered at libraries nationwide.  The rhymes are also therapeutic for adults; they draw you into the moment with their simplicity and create a break from the everyday noise of our busy modern lives. Parents are also able to enjoy peer support.

10.30am every Friday term time; tea and coffee provided, and if weather permits, some outside play in Apex Park afterwards

11.30-12.30 A Perfect Day Wellbeing – Maximise Your Health workshop  THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED

SATURDAY 17 February

1-4pm Corangamite Creative Writing Group – gold coin donation
Corangamite Writers meet at the Camperdown Community House at 1.30pm on every first and third Saturday. Join us as we share our writing efforts, offer support and editing suggestions, complete writing exercises and discuss ideas for our ‘homework’ and things to work on to progress our creative exploration and expression.

SATURDAY 17 February

10.30-11.30am A Perfect Day Wellbeing – Maximise Your Health workshop

Anyone can experience stress or anxiety from time to time, we all do. What is important to understand is the science about the psychology of well-being, and how identifying your strengths can help you create a positive mood. Your Strengths matter because happy people tend to live a happy life because they know and use their strengths regularly, we all have them in various combinations. What are yours?

Entry via gold coin donation.

Bookings essential: www.trybooking.com/TUZD or for more information please call 5593 1403

MONDAY 19 February

1-3pm Painting workshop with Delyce (Corangamite Arts)

Learn to paint beautiful flowers like the original artwork pictured (by Delyce) with the help of seasoned artist Delyce England. Paints and canvas will be provided / please bring your own brushes or let us know if you require these as well

$5.00 per person. Registration essential, call 5593 1403 by Friday 16 February

TUESDAY 20 February

9am-12pm Men’s Shed (at Show Grounds) – free
The Camperdown Men’s Shed aims to provide a safe, friendly and healing environment. Members are able to work on meaningful projects at their own pace, in their own time and in the company of others. A key focus is to advance the wellbeing and health of members and to encourage social inclusion.

Men’s Sheds are a place of encouragement for all to take an interest in their own health and wellbeing. Good health is also based on many factors and becoming a member of a Men’s Shed gives a person that safe and busy environment where many of these things can be found in an atmosphere of old-fashioned mateship. And, importantly, there is no pressure.
You can just come and have a yarn and a cuppa if that is all you’re looking for.
Members of Men’s Sheds come from all walks of life – the bond that unites them is that they are people with time on their hands and they would like to do something meaningful with that time.

Why not come and check out Camperdown Men’s Shed? We look forward to welcoming you.

The Camperdown Men’s Shed is open 9am-12pm every Tuesday and Thursday.

7-8pm Meditation Group – free – please register by calling 5593 1403 by 4.30pm on Tuesday 20 February
“Come and experience a variety of meditation styles, including guided imagery and mindfulness, meditation is something you practice, not master. The benefits are far-reaching, from increased concentration to stress reduction, improved sleep and a greater capacity to tolerate change, meditation can be a helpful aid to these modern times. It is a gentle practice requiring nothing but your time. There is no such thing as a “good” or “bad” meditation. It is a skill acquired through experience and practice, much like tennis or playing a musical instrument. However, it is also a skill of the mind.” – Tina Gartland

Meditation group meets 7-8pm every Tuesday during school terms.

WEDNESDAY 21 February

11am-12pm Music Group with Eileen – free
11am every Tuesday (term time?) casual music group facilitated by volunteer tutor, open to anyone who wishes to participate and learn

12-3pm Craft Group – free
This is a regular and steadfast activity of the community house, some members of the group arrive earlier (from 12pm) to share in a lunch together at the community house before others arrive to partake in their own individual craft projects and catch up over a cup of tea or coffee. This group is open to all ages and stages of life, and all levels of craft skill and ability. Some members of the group come along simply to spend time with friends and friendly faces. You are welcome to bring along any of your own craft projects you are currently working on, questions for advice you may need for something you are working on, or come along for some friendly company and conversation.

This group meets 11am-12pm every Wednesday during school terms.

3-3.30pm Gentle Exercise Group – gold coin donation
Do you want to get some more exercise but have difficulty finding the motivation to do it on your own? Do you have restricted mobility or a need for a more gentle exercise regime? Our gentle chair exercise group may be the answer you are looking for.
The group meets at 3pm every Wednesday at the Camperdown Community House.
We have a fabulous volunteer facilitator and we use a web-based series of videos for a vibrant and diverse set of exercises in a fun and social environment. The exercises usually run over a half hour period depending on the video.
A great opportunity to strengthen and support your body in a low impact and fun way, to meet new people and make new friends.
Targeted for over 55 year olds, but all welcome. Tea and coffee available afterwards to all participants.

This group meets every Wednesday during term time.

THURSDAY 22 February

9am-12pm Men’s Shed (Show Grounds) – free
The Camperdown Men’s Shed aims to provide a safe, friendly and healing environment. Members are able to work on meaningful projects at their own pace, in their own time and in the company of others. A key focus is to advance the wellbeing and health of members and to encourage social inclusion.
Men’s Sheds are a place of encouragement for all to take an interest in their own health and wellbeing. Good health is also based on many factors and becoming a member of a Men’s Shed gives a person that safe and busy environment where many of these things can be found in an atmosphere of old-fashioned mateship. And, importantly, there is no pressure.
You can just come and have a yarn and a cuppa if that is all you’re looking for.
Members of Men’s Sheds come from all walks of life – the bond that unites them is that they are people with time on their hands and they would like to do something meaningful with that time.
Why not come and check out Camperdown Men’s Shed? We look forward to welcoming you.

The Camperdown Men’s Shed is open 9am-12pm every Tuesday and Thursday.

Fermentation workshop with Kylie from A Place of Wonder

Come along to the Community House and learn about Fermentation with Kylie from A Place of Wonder (http://www.theplaceofwonder.com.au/)

Learn the difference between pickling and fermentation. Make fermented Salsas and Sauerkraut.

All ingredients and notes included.

When: 10.30am-12pm on Thursday the 22nd of February

Cost: $30 dollars per person

Bookings essential through Kylie Treble on 0417 781 343

FRIDAY 23 February

10.30-11.30am Sugarloaf Shakers early years group – gold coin donation
Sugarloaf Shakers is a community-based music and literacy program, for children aged four and under.  It focuses on young families and promoting early literacy skills through singing nursery rhymes and reading books together. The children enjoy this program and it is offered at libraries nationwide.  The rhymes are also therapeutic for adults; they draw you into the moment with their simplicity and create a break from the everyday noise of our busy modern lives. Parents are also able to enjoy peer support.

10.30am every Friday term time; tea and coffee provided, and if weather permits, some outside play in Apex Park afterwards

Camperdown Community House
office@camperdownch.com.au
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Camperdown Community House is a great place for people to come together to socialise, learn new skills and have some fun.