Welcome to WCC

The Westcoast Community Centre (WCC) is situated at the Grove Precinct, 1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove, Western Australia. Our objective is to create a congenial meeting place for members of the community to increase their knowledge and skills through a variety of activities including Mah Jong, Pony Canasta, Scrabble, Talks, walking groups, social lunches & dinners and visits to places of interest. To see what's on, visit our Programme Page. Please read our 2022 COVID-19 Policy before you enrol.

You can also keep up to date on the latest activities via our Facebook page and our mid term editions of the WCC eNews. 
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 The latest edition of the WCC eNews is available HERE.
More information on WCC activities is available on our Facebook and NEWS pages.
 

Coming Up...

...Click on an activity below for details or, visit our programme page for a complete list and to enrol into multiple activities.
 

Cost $17, $12 for Members
Date Tuesday 16-Aug-2022
Single session
Time 10:00am (1 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
(Open)

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Diabetes Research Western Australia was formed in 1976, aimed at stimulating research into all aspects of diabetes, particularly in WA, to find a cure to this chronic complex disease. The collaborative nature of research undertaken in WA ensures the outcomes they achieve are shared around the world. Sherl Westlund (Executive Director) will talk about the latest research and discuss the outcomes for people who suffer from Diabetes

Cost $17, $12 for Members
Date Thursday 18-Aug-2022
2 weeks
Time 10:00am (1 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
(Open)

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WCC members enjoy meeting each term to share their love of literature. There is the choice of reading a selection, such as a poem, an extract from a play or prose, or just sitting and listening to the contribution of others. Lively discussions often take place. Why not join in? You would be most welcome.

Cost $75, $70 for Members
Date Friday 19-Aug-2022
Single session
Time 6:00pm (2 hr, 30 min)
(Open)

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Barrie and Freddie invite you to experience the traditions of the Ligurian cuisine. Belin in Mosman Park is a casual BYO restaurant with a tiny open kitchen. Everything is handcrafted, made with love following family and historical recipes with a background of connections between different culinary cultures and recipes. Enjoy a set menu of two courses PLUS dessert. BYO wine or beer. Soft drinks can be purchased at your own expense.

Cost $65, $60 for Members
Date Wednesday 24-Aug-2022
Single session
Time 12:00pm (2 hr)
(Open)

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Perched above the sand dunes of Cottesloe Beach, Longview restaurant enjoys uninterrupted panoramic views of Rottnest Island and the Indian Ocean. This elegant restaurant serves Modern Australian food and cocktails. Enjoy a variety of shared entrees, followed by a choice of three mains, with accompanying salad. Drinks at your own expense.

Membership is required

Cost $15
Date Thursday, Friday 25-Aug-2022
Single session
Time 10:00am (2 hr)
(Open)

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Share your knowledge and love of gardening with like-minded members. The meeting will include a guest speaker talking on an interesting garden topic, plant variety or garden problem. Members can display interesting flowers, plants or foliage from their garden and a donation table will be set up for any cuttings, plants and books that members are willing to share.

Cost $20, $15 for Members
Date Thursday 25-Aug-2022
Single session
Time 10:00am (1 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
Full (Full)

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Nordic walking poles, inside a building? Yes! Participants will begin with seated full body exercises to improve strength, coordination, and increase range of motion. Then, it's time to stand and work on balance, posture, gait efficiency and strengthening the lower body. The support of two poles reduces stress on the lower body joints and provides a sense of security. Plus, it can be a great workout! This technique, taught by Carol Benson-Hitch, incorporates up to 90% more muscle than walking alone.