A sunny Saturday morning on 2 February set the scene for our highly anticipated launch of the ‘Me at 2’ passports at our yellow brick road event at Goodstart Cockburn Central.
Connecting Community 4 Kids has been busy in the community so far this year! As well as our Sudanese Cooking Classes and Yellow Brick Road event we have attended community events Froggy’s Fun with Fathers and Chinese New Year celebrations.
Thank you to everyone who came along to our thank you brunch in December.
That was my Home – Sudan
Connecting Community for Kids held their second gathering in a series of ‘That was my home’ presentations on Friday 30 November. A wide range of all cultures from across the community attended, of all ages and backgrounds.
A Taste of Harmony – Long Table Lunch
A kaleidoscopic mix of colours, culture and cuisine, our Long Table Lunch celebrated the many cultures that call the City of Cockburn home on Thursday 8 November. […]
Many hands make beautiful book houses
With the help of community partners and volunteers we have collectively built and readied five street libraries to be placed around the City of Cockburn.
Connecting Community for Kids held their first gathering in a series of ‘That was my home’ presentations on Friday 28 September. Over 60 community members attended,
Our new community mothers group offers support and assurance to new and expectant mothers. The program gives local women who are pregnant, have a newborn or who are caring for young children under two access to one-on-one support. […]
Connecting Community for Kids embarked on a series of free Cultural Cooking Classes at various Centres around Cockburn, all thanks to grant funding provided by City of Cockburn! […]
Connecting Community for Kids is working in collaboration with NursePrac Australia and Telethon Speech & Hearing to trial in-house 2 year old health checks at various dedicated […]