Activities

Clunes is a vibrant historic ‘village’ with a population of just over 1600 people. Per capita it has one of the highest volunteer participation ratio’s in the Hepburn Shire, attracting people from diverse background’s to get involved and make a difference in their community.

If you want to be a part of these regular activities, please don’t hesitate to call Clunes Neighbourhood House on 03 5345 4078.

Weekly Activities

Special Activities/Events


Yoga

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Join Lily on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7pm to 8pm to gain strength and flexibility, to reduce tension, breathe easier and sleep better.

Mondays are slightly gentler than Wednesdays, so bear that in mind when deciding which class to take Or come to both!! A monthly yoga pass means you can come as often as you like – great value at only $60 per month (can be started any day of the month and lasts until the same day next month). Or you can buy a ten class pass for $120 that you can use at your leisure. Or just $16 for one casual class.

Mats are available, but please do BYO if you have one.

7pm every Monday & Wednesday at The Warehouse-Clunes.
Call Lily on 0459 138 797 or email lilymason75@gmail.com

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Men’s Shed

Men'sShedIn the grounds of the Community Garden at 18 Alliance Street, the Men’s Shed comes equipped with the tools, space and company for everyone.

Men over the age of 18 years are eligible to become members, and women keen to use the facilities for their own projects can become involved in Woodwork for Women each Thursday.

Open: 10am – 12 noon, Monday and Wednesday.

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Community Garden

GardenAdjacent to the Men’s Shed, the Garden is located at 18 Alliance Street, and is home to chickens, vegetables, fruit and flowers.

Fresh produce from the garden often finds it’s way into the meals provided by the Open House program.

Join us for a few hours of gardening, chat and the rewarding process of growing our own produce.

Open: 10.00am – 2pm, Wednesday and Friday.

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Open House Dinners

Starting up again in 2017 on February 7th, 6pm.

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Want to take a night off cooking for the family?  New to town and want to meet more locals? Can’t afford to eat out often? Tired of eating alone? Run out of ideas for affordable, but healthy meals?

Join us for lunch or dinner and enjoy the company of Clunes residents and visitors for just $5 per meal (adults) / $3 per meal (children <12yo) at the Clunes Town Hall, Supper Room.  If you are coming with a group, call 03 5345 4078 for bookings, otherwise, simply drop in.

Did you know? Volunteer for 2 hours or more and receive your meal free.

Every Tuesday, 6pm – 7.30pm

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Tutoring

tutoringWish there was someone who could help your child to get a better grasp on their school work?  This team of volunteers are all qualified teachers, and provide primary and secondary children with one on one and group support on Wednesday afternoons during school terms.

Bookings are essential.  Call 03 5345 4078 for further information.


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Burlesque

burlesqueillustrationBurlesque is back! Release your inner glam, get fit and have fun while learning to dance in a safe environment with our experienced tutor.

 

 

 

 

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Card Playing Group

playingcardWe are a relaxed group who enjoy our card games. Join us on Thursdays 3-5pm at the Lee Medlyn Home of Bottles, 70 Bailey St. No need to book – just come along anytime.

 

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Pottery

suecollierpotterypicbybelindamichaelJoin Jason on Tuesday evenings for an evening of blocking, wedging, slabs, coils, turning and throwing. We have fun while we’re building all sorts of interesting art and useful household objects.

 

 

 

 

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Car Boot Sale

carbootimagetypeOur Car Boot Sales are very popular. The next one will be in on the third Sunday of March, so start saving your pennies and cleaning out your cupboards…

 

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horseplay@clunes

horseplayclunespicWe are developing a club-based group with activities based around just having fun with your horse, rather than competing in a sport. For all those adult riders or even non-riders. Planned activities include horse agility, group rides, and clinics on topics such as ground skills, perhaps even an “introduction to horses” course teaching newcomers the basics of good horse care.

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To be kept informed of developments please contact us on 5345 4078.

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