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If singing is your passion, then Godfrey Street Singers is the group for you. The group consists of men and women of all ages and meet weekly on a Thursday morning. An opportunity to learn new songs and during the year go and visit various aged care centres and entertain with songs.


Do you know how to play Mahjong, if not would you like to learn? Mahjong was a very popular game in the 1920’s which is now experiencing a resurgence in many communities. It is a game of Chinese origin, similar to the card game Rummy but played with beautiful, ornate tiles rather than cards.  

Although Mahjong is a game requiring strategy and concentration, it is not difficult to learn and is a fun and social game for all ages. It is sometimes called the game of a hundred intelligences and is believed to ward off dementia - it certainly keeps the brain ticking.


Love to read? More importantly, love to talk about what you have read? We are a group of people of all ages and backgrounds, who meet on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:30pm till approximately 9:00pm (depending if we talk for hours or not).

We are relaxed, super friendly bunch, united by our love of reading. We love to welcome new members – there are usually 10-12 people in the group. We all agree in advance which books to read next and members either buy them, borrow from the library or download them as an ebook.

If you are interested please email Amanda – inglispinglis@yahoo.com. or come along on the 3rd Monday of the month.


Read, share and workshop your own material in an informal setting all carried out in a supportive environment by fellow writers.

Meeting are held fortnightly, for further information please contact the following email – caulfieldwriters@gmail.com


Bentleigh Scrabble Club meet weekly:
Monday 1.00pm to 4.00pm

All ages welcome. Social and competition games played

Enquiries: caroljscrabble@gmail.com


An acquired brain injury discussion group who meet on a fortnightly basis with active discussion taking place.

For further information call Belinda Jordan Metro Access Officer at Glen Eira Council 0407 319 276 or 9524 3283


A therapeutic environment exploring yourself. An open canvas – no experience required at all.

Art Therapy enables people to express and process events that are just too hard to talk about. By building a visual diary with the help of an experienced Art Therapist, the incredibly freeing journey on healing can take place.

Art Therapy will take place fortnightly on a Wednesday 9:30am – 10:30am

Art Therapist Simona treats anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues and daily stress.