With the new changes to Women’s Group we have updated guidelines around our gatherings, please..
Join Us for Women’s Group Paint and Sip on the Sunshine Coast!
Unleash your creativity at our Paint and Sip event! Limited to 15 spots.
When: Wed, Sept 6th | 11am – 2pm
RSVP: by Sept 4th. Let’s paint, sip, and celebrate women.
Sunshine Coast Women’s Group Celebration!
Join us on Wednesday, 5th July 2023, 11 am to 2 pm at Caloundra Community Centre (58 A Queen Street) for a special Women’s Group event in partnership with Caloundra Community Centre.
Celebrate NAIDOC Week and honour our elders! Enjoy heartfelt yarns, create amazing bath salts with bush herbs, and connect with your community. Limited spaces available. RSVP: 5346 9800.
Don’t miss this opportunity for connection, creativity, and celebration. See you there!
Join us on World Tobacco Day! A one-stop destination for women’s group, connections, and a healthier future.
Wednesday 7th June 2023
Gympie Community Hub
1 1 am to 2 pm
BreastScreen Queensland and North Coast Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health (NCACCH) are hosting clinics on:
If you are over 40 years of age and have not had your breasts checked in the last two years, please call 13 20 50 to book an appointment. If you would like culturally appropriate assistance when attending any of your appointments, please let us know when you book your appointment. We will arrange for a Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Services (SCHHS) Health worker or CHS team member to accompany you and answer any questions you may have. BSQSC-First-Nations-brochure click here
Work Shop 1- Handbuild a “Vessel”
Workshop 2 – Glaze paint your vessel from work shop 1
Where: Butter Factory, 11a Maple Street, Cooroy.
Note: Must attend both workshops
Nagar you Deadly Women!! Come join our Community Health Services team members for a yarn, feed, cuppa and celebrating International Women’s Day. We have a T.O Aunty Kym Harrison Kabi Kabi/ Gubbi Gubbi women to lead Welcome and share space.
NCACCH are happy to collaborate with “Wouwa Empowerment” on International Womens Day. “Wouwa Empowerment” is a small business that facilitates workshops around understanding cultural and spiritual wellness, to empower our women and children. “Everybody deserves an opportunity of a healing journey”.
Kym Harrison, family name Muckan, is the managing Director of Wouwa Empowerment, and is one of the Elders of the Undumbi People, Kabi Kabi and Bira Gubba First Nations people, as well as, South-Sea Islander bloodline.