Mount Street Neighbourhood House
Introduction and Welcome
Constructed in the mid-1850s by the Ingram family, Bellfield House was purchased by the Waverley Council in 1979 and established as a Neighbourhood House in 1980. Mount Street Neighbourhood House offers a broad range of quality, low cost art, craft, computer, language, cooking and fitness programs in a friendly and supportive environment.
The House also has rooms available for hire by community groups at very reasonable rates.
Mount Street Neighbourhood House is a Community Learning Centre that aims to provide a broad range of quality and low cost courses, workshops and activities in a friendly and supportive environment.
All are welcome to attend our courses at the House and you will find the full program of activities on this website.
New 80 Up Club, Free!
A second 80 Up Club will be starting in in July on Fridays from 10.30 am – 12.30 pm.
This Free program is Council funded and open to people over 80 from multicultural backgrounds. Lots of fun, food and friends!
Interested? Phone: 9803 8706
Yesterday When I Was Young
An exhibition of the paintings done by participants in the Council funded project held at MSNH in Term 2 is at the Creative Space in the Glen Waverley Library until the end of July. The paintings depict memories of childhood growing up in different countries and were painted by people without previous formal art training.
2019 Art & Craft Exhibition by the students and teachers of Mount Street Neighbourhood House
Days & Time: July 17th to July 28th, (Wednesday – Sunday), 12 noon – 4 pm
Venue: The Track Gallery, Mount Waverley Community Centre.