Lockdown 2.0 may be with us still, but there are organisations across Hobson’s Bay that are still offering programs and activities to help you stay engaged during this time.

    Louis Joel Arts and Community Centre have plans to help you stay connected and busy while the Centre is closed to the public. Check their Facebook page which is updated regularly.

    Hobsons Bay City Council are offering several interesting and helpful youth events including:

    Hobsons Bay Libraries are offering a great variety of Zoom programs – book and movie clubs, writers and author sessions, kids art and science, English conversation, meditation, and ethical investments. Head here and get involved!

    If you are facing an emergency and require food relief and/or financial support, Laverton Community and Integrated Services are offering Emergency Relief Services.
    Go to the emergency relief page to find out more.

    Outlets Co-operative Neighbourhood House are offering workshops online, including Digital Literacy, Preparation for Employment; and the opportunity to learn English and sew.
    Jump on to the link for all the details.

    Laverton Hub is offering free Online Classes during COVID-19 Closure, including craft sessions, Pilates, Yoga, Zumba, and Line Dancing online.
    Go to for more information.

    At South Kingsville Community Centre there are several online sessions you can participate in, including:

    Remember Westsiders – stay connected, and remember to reach out for help if you need it.

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