Community Events

The following provides details of upcoming community events in Tasmania.  If you would like to have your event added to this page, please contact us.

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Housing, Health and Migration - Housing, Health and Migration (146 KB) 16-Mar-2021

Information session about health, housing and migration. Language support for Oromo, Tigrinya, Karen, Amharic and Nepali speakers. Registration is essential 

Multilingual story telling - Multilingual story telling (93 KB) 16-Mar-2021

Aimed at preschoolers aged 2-5. Stories will be read in Hindi, Russian, Punjabi, Malay, Spanish and English. Book here to attend this free 30 minute session which includes stories, rhymes and action songs.

Embrace Community Mental Health - Embrace Community Mental Health (299 KB) 06-Oct-2020


Pathways to permanency - Pathways to permanency (224 KB) 29-Mar-2019

Candlelight Vigil - Candlelight Vigil (35 KB) 22-Mar-2019

Candlelight Vigil, Parliament Lawns, 5.30-6.00, Wednesday 1 May National Day to remember those who have died as a result of family violence.

Invite a speaker from NDIS - Invite a speaker from NDIS (244 KB) 15-Oct-2018

Help for people living with a disability. The NDIS helps people with a disability in everyday life. Invite an NDIS speaker to a community or association meeting to find out more.

Movie The Judge - Movie The Judge (2355 KB) 09-Aug-2018

Fundraiser for SAWA (Support Association for Women of Afghanistan) A documentary about Kholoud Al-Faqih, the first woman judge in the Middle East to be appointed to a Shari’a (Islamic law) court in Palestine. Date: Wednesday 12th September 2018 Venue: The Hobart Town Hall, Macquarie St, Hobart Time: 5.30pm for 6pm start (Film 1hr 20mins-cuppa & snack served after the screening) Cost: $15 $10 concession

Community Dinner August 18 - Community Dinner August 18 (1634 KB) 01-Aug-2018

MRC Tas Community Dinner August 3rd 6-8 pm You are invited to join us for a dinner to meet and greet community members and welcome new arrivals. Please bring a plate of food to share/

Music, Art and Syrian Food26-Jul-2018

Musiq Garden July - Musiq Garden July (1522 KB) 26-Jul-2018

Celebrating diverse local cultures. A warm and friendly place to connect with people,..    read more

Film Launch and Celebration - Film Launch and Celebration (4771 KB) 06-Jul-2018

Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife, Get Outside program are launching and celebrating their new film with a shared lunch and guided walk by their multicultural youth leaders along the Hobart Rivulet.

Women's Business - Women's Business (700 KB) 06-Jul-2018

Fashion is more than just cloth! A Women's Only night of celelbration as we explore the culture, religion and prsonal journeys of Tasmanian women from migrant and refugee backgrounds through the fashion of our families.


Youth Drop-In Service30-May-2018

Every Wednesday from 3pm to 6pm Migrant Resource Centre Level 2, 1a Anfield St, Glenorchy (KGV Building) The Migrant Resource..    read more

Welcome to the AFL07-Apr-2016

AFL football is unique to Australia. Inviting kids from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds to play footy in your local comm..    read more

Literacy Skills Training (digital literacy)02-Feb-2016

By appointment TasTAFE library, 75 Campbell St, Hobart Do you want help with Digital Literacy? For example: using email, googl..    read more

Welcoming Cities31-May-2018

Welcoming Cities facilitates a national network of inclusive, welcoming and vibrant communities. It works to foster a sense of..    read more

The Phoenix Centre, a program of the Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania, receives funding from the Crown, through the Department of Health, to provide the Tasmanian Transcultural Mental Health Network



RUOK Day11-Sep-2020

Radio interview on RUOK Day ( On ABC Northern ..    read more

Audio files03-Apr-2020

Audio files about COVID-19 in: Dari:    read more

MRC Tas Resources COVID-1920-Mar-2020

MRC Tas advice ( Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania (MRC Tas) (    read more