The building where our community meets for creative pursuits is known as the Newman Building in honour of Dorothy and Stanley Newman whose generous bequest enabled it to be built. The rooms are comfortable, well equipped and warm in winter. It has a fully equipped kitchen with a continuous hot water zip, microwave, fridge and oven.
Tea, coffee and milk are provided for the use of all visitors, and many groups develop a roster for morning or afternoon tea during their classes or sessions.
We have painting easels, water jars and spare palettes as well as dryers for the painters. There are also ironing boards, irons, cutting mats and rulers for the crafters. We also have a projector and laptop that can be booked by any group for use on the premises.
There is an extensive library upstairs in Room 4 from which members can borrow books for a month at a time. Accessibility is made easier with a wheelchair ramp and lift to access the upper floors.