Movie Ticket & Pizzas to Have Your Say On The Future of Kathleen Syme

Should it be a Library or a Health and Services hub? An Arts and Youth hub or a Lifelong Learning hub? Or do you have a different idea? Tell us what you think the future holds for the Kathleen Syme Centre at a workshop!

The first 12 young people to RSVP will receive a FREE movie ticket and pizzas at the workshop.
The City of Melbourne is holding community group workshops and a centre options workshop, to better understand the priorities for various groups in Carlton. You’re receiving this invite because we want to hear from you. If you’re a student, senior, community organisation, education health provider, business or Carlton resident, then there is a workshop just for you.


Students and Young People
Thursday 16 February
4pm to 6pm
Kathleen Syme Centre
249 – 251 Faraday Street, Carlton


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