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

Here, you will find information about our community activities, all of which are accessible in Auslan.

If you have any questions, please contact us :
admin@jpc.org.au

And follow us on Facebook to keep to up to date with announcements and reminders.

https://www.facebook.com/JohnPierceCentre/

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

Signee Tots

Signee Tots may not be able to meet up at the moment but Melissa has made a fabulous Yoga Story video to keep kids and families engaged and moving.  CLICK HERE to see the video.

Signee Tots is a playgroup registered with Playgroup Victoria, primarily for Deaf parents and their children.
Meets once a  fortnight on a Tuesday through the school term and also has a school holidays activity day after each term.
Signee-Tots encourages a better understanding of Deaf culture, recognition of Deaf role models, and development of sign language.

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

Upcoming dates – Tuesdays:

Face to face activity groups are currently suspended following Government guidelines.

Signee Tots is offering activities via video and email technology.  Please contact Melissa Thompson (Signee Tots Coordinator) for more information or to join the group.

CODA Activities:

CODA activities are organised for

Deaf people and their children. Activities range from footy days to picnics and bike riding.

CODA activities for 2020:

Face to face activity groups are currently suspended following Government guidelines.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

A group called “KODA AUSTRALIA” offers camps for children of Deaf adults (aged 10-16yrs).
See more information on their Facebook page.

For more information, please contact: Melissa Thompson 

Email: m.thompson@jpc.org.au

 

Signee Tots – Special Event last year:

Signee Tots celebrates it’s 20th Birthday in 2019 and we had a wonderful celebration in October at Crocs Playcentre in Moorabbin.

Thank you to all the community who attended.

Check this out!


 

 

 

Deaf Arts and Crafts

See what the 2020 Deaf Arts and Crafts group are up to whilst staying at home – CLICK HERE.

Meets weekly on Friday during school terms.
For people wishing to learn new skills in arts and crafts.

Upcoming Dates – Fridays:

Face to face activity groups are currently suspended following Government guidelines.

This group is still running via email communications so that community can still participate in creative works.  If you are interested in joining please contact Diane Backholer (Deaf Arts and Crafts Coordinator) for more information.

For more information, please contact: Diane Backholer 

Email: d.backholer@jpc.org.au / Phone(SMS only) : 0409 175 538


Ladies Day Out at Williamstown 2016 Ladies Get Together

See what the Ladies are getting up to whilst staying at home in 2020! click CLICK HERE

The women in our community love to meet fortnightly for outings and staying in. The outings are often to an interesting venue, they are affordable and are easy to get to.  The alternate fortnight is spent in at JPC and is an opportunity to relax and catch up and learn new things.

Upcoming dates – Wednesdays:

Face to face activity groups are currently suspended following Government guidelines.

Group Coordinator – Diane – is still providing opportunities for Ladies to connect during this time of isolation.  Please contact Diane if you would like more information or to join the group.

For more information, please contact: Diane Backholer 

Email: k.mynard@jpc.org.au / Phone(SMS only) : 0409 175 538


card playing Men’s Time Out

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: k.mynard@jpc.org.au / SMS: 0400 660 601

Upcoming dates – Mondays

This activity group is currently suspended following Government guidelines.

For more information, please contact: Katrina Mynard 

Email: k.mynard@jpc.org.au / Phone(SMS only) : 0400 660 601


Pankina – (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.
Meetings are fortnightly on MONDAYS.Upcoming dates – MondaysThis activity group is currently suspended following Government guidelines.

For more information, please contact: Katrina Mynard 

Email: k.mynard@jpc.org.au / Phone(SMS only) : 0400 660 601

Contact us!

If you have any questions, please contact JPC

EMAIL: admin@jpc.org.au

PHONE: (03) 9525 1158

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