Highbury Community House 

All year round

Workshops and Classes. Have fun, learn skills and make friends!

Caters for a wide range of interests. There’s Sew Social, a new fortnightly evening sewing group, while Art and Tea allows Seniors to get involved in art projects and mindfulness. Dress for Success aims to give you a confidence boost to start looking for work. Learn layering techniques to create a healthy Terrarium, join a walking group, or more! The intention of these sessions is to offer a creative way to connect with others, reducing feelings of isolation and loneliness. 



For more info visit:

Highbury Community House


110 Hinemoa Street


09 480 5279


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