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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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 (Southern Tasmania), receives funding from the Crown, through the Department of Health and Human Services, to provide the Tasmanian Transcultural Mental Health Network

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