Posted on: May 20th, 2011 by jpcadmin No Comments


Play Auslan Signed version for the Community Video

John Pierce Centre (JPC) is a community centre for all Deaf and hard of hearing people and their children.



IMG_2695 Deaf Art

Meets weekly on Friday during school terms – For people wishing to learn new skills in art activities.

Here is what we are doing on the next dates:

20th Oct— TBA
27th Oct— Bling Xmas Cone $10
3rd Nov– TBA
10th Nov— Origami with Melissa $10
17th Nov— Flower Paper with Jenny $10
24th Nov— TBA
1st Dec— TBA
8th Dec— Outing—High Tea

For more information, please contact: Katrina on email: or  SMS : 0400 660 601 , or contact Mariana  on Email:



Ladies Day Out at Williamstown 2016 Ladies Day Out

The women in our community love to meet monthly for outings. The outings are often to an interesting venue, they are affordable and are easy to get to.

Click here for the latest flyer: Ladies Day Out – JULY – AUG 2017

For more information, please contact: Katrina on email: or  SMS : 0400 660 601 , or contact Mariana  on Email:



card playing Mens Time Out

A recent addition to our group, Men’s Time Out gives men an opportunity to get together in a familiar and relaxed environment.

Board games, cards, newspapers are provided.

For more information about our our men’s group, please contact: / SMS: 0400 660 601



(an Aboriginal word meaning ‘Be Happy’)

Pankina is a social club for Deaf People over the age of 50 years.

Pankina meets regularly at JPC and organises day trips and group holidays during the year.

They meet on Mondays with various activities each fortnight. Activities vary from bus trips to bingo gatherings.

There is a special event to celebrate 25 years of this beloved group. See all the details here.

Pankina 25th Anniversary Celebration


Signee Tots

A playgroup registered with Playgroup Victoria, primarily for Deaf parents and their children.

Meets once a  month on a Tuesday and also through the school holidays.

Signee-Tots encourages a better understanding of Deaf culture, recognition of Deaf role models, and development of sign language.

For more information – please contact Melissa Thompson on 

We will also share news about upcoming events on our FACEBOOK PAGE:


CODA Activities

CODA activities are organised for Deaf people and their children. Activities range from footy days to picnics and bike riding.

– See above – CODA’s of all ages are welcome to the school holiday activity in  JULY 2017

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