The aim of the Community Access and Development Program is to enhance community participation and capacity for all community members across generations, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The service area includes the communities of Murgon, Cherbourg, Goomeri, Wondai and surrounding areas.
Through facilitation of social support groups, Graham House will provide community members with structured group activities that promote social and personal development fostering a sense of belonging to the community.
Bookclub is a group of book enthusiasts that meet and discuss specific bookclub sets that are sourced through the public Library Services. This is a free service to the community and there is no cost involved in being a bookclub member. Bookclub is held every 2nd Tuesday evening of each month.
Spinners & Weavers
A group of Spinners, Weavers, Dyers and all related fibre artists who meet to exchange ideas and support. Tuition in all fibre arts are available plus an existing member has mobile equipment and a fibre shop. This group provides fun, friendships and free tea & coffee.
Spinners & Weavers meet on the 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month from 9am to 2pm at Graham House Community Centre. All are welcome to attend.
As stated on the Queensland Health Website “Whether you’re growing fruit and veggies, flowers or succulents, getting your green thumb on can have a surprising number of health benefits for you and your family.”
Graham House Community Centre has a Community Garden located at the rear of our centre.
Being part of the Community Garden is free and you get to take home fresh fruit and vegetables from the garden.
Held every Monday from 8am ~ Everyone is welcome