February 8, 2021

Community Groups

Currie Crescent Community Centre has many community groups who share their time and expertise by running a great variety of programs and groups. The groups are a mix of both ‘for profit’ and non-for-profit’. Some groups run regularly every week, others run less often or occasionally. There is something different on each weekday, so check out the groups below to see if anything sparks your interest.

Regular Groups

Action Tae-Kwon Do Learn the art of Tae Kwon-Do with trained professionals who will help you develop personal confidence, fitness, strength and discipline. Check out the website for the schedule. www.actiontaekwondo.com.


Dru Yoga
Mondays 10am-11:30am, Waldock Hall.
Yoga that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities, from chair yoga through to stronger practices of yoga. www.druyoga.com, karen.ivkovic@gmail.com, Ph. 0409662832.


Tuesdays, 6:40pm – 7:40pm, McMaster Lounge Do you get nervous when you have to speak in public? 
We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills. For more information email manuka.toastm@gmail.com


Nia classes
Wed 9:30-10:30am, Waldock Hall. Movement to music.
Any fitness level, any age, no experience necessary.
More details contact Jen 0417 246 467, niawithjen@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/NiawithJen/

Drum Effect Wednesdays, from 6.15pm, Waldock Hall
Spreading the joy of West African drumming and dancing.  www.drumeffect.com.au


Somatic Dance
Thursdays, 4.30pm – 7.30pm, Waldock Hall
Somatic dance focuses on the dancer’s personal, physical experience rather than the audience’s visual one. Email June on jstaunto@pcug.org.au


Tiny Tutus Fridays, from 9am, Waldock Hall
Preschool Ballet classes for ages 1.5-5yrs.  Families are welcome in class. www.tinytutus.com.au

Embody Somatic TherapiesFri 9-10am McMaster Lounge – June Staunton stillnessmoves@outlook.com

Full Voice SingersFridays 12:30-2pm, Greening Room. Doreen, doreen.robinson@homemail.com.au

French Scouts:  Éclaireurs de Canberra
Fridays Fortnightly, 4:15pm-5.45pm, Waldock Hall
Suitable for children who speak French.
Contact – Philippe on eclaireurs.canberra@gmail.com or webpage www.eclaireurscanberra.com/


Occasional Groups

Canberra Embodied Dance Collective
Dance events for people who just want to dance! No choreographed lessons, no performances, no shows, just awesome playlists, loose facilitation, different facilitators, and different spaces that leave you re-energised with more confidence, freedom, and lightness of being.
For more information head to:facebook.com/canberra.embodied.dance.collective/

Women After Separation
A coparenting after separation support group specifically tailored to women and their children. Lisa Anderson lisa@theupsideofme.com.au

Canberra Stamp Collectors Fair – Quarterly – John Crathern j_crathern@hotmail.com

Support Groups – ongoing

Alcoholics Anonymous Groups
Held in McMaster Lounge If you believe you have trouble with your alcohol use, AA groups could be the answer for you. visit www.aacanberra.org for a list of meeting times.

Al-Anon Family Group Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. www.al-anon.org.au Ph:1300 252 666. 

Narcotics Anonymous – Matt southcoastheven@gmail.com