Workshop to Explore Ideas for Proposed Drouin Community Hub
Published on 29 March 2019
Baw Baw Shire Council is inviting the community to attend a workshop to discuss key themes, elements, ideas and opportunities for the proposed Community Hub in Drouin.
A key recommendation in the draft Community Hubs Strategy, currently on public exhibition, identifies Drouin as the key location for a new integrated community hub facility.
Breathe Architecture and Capire Consulting Group will lead the workshop discussions themed around governance and management considerations and opportunities for the proposed community hub.
The workshop will provide an opportunity for the community to guide the design of what a future community hub might look like, what facilities and services should be available, and how it might function. There will be an opportunity for community members to voice their thoughts and engage in the design of what a future community hub might look like.
When: Tuesday 2 April
Time: 4.45pm to 7.00pm
Where: Drouin Library
The workshop is open to all community members.
A follow up workshop is will be held on Tuesday 23 April also at the Drouin Library to present the outcomes of the initial workshop and to further refine the design and function of the proposed Community Hub in Drouin.
Update: The follow up workshop has been rescheduled to take place on Tuesday 30 April at the Drouin RSL.
Quotes attributable to Mayor Cr Mikaela Power
“Connected communities are strong communities. We strongly encourage anyone interested in the proposed Drouin Community Hub to come along and get involved in the discussions. We hope to see robust discussion with a diverse range of community members, so we can really investigate and explore ideas about the proposed space.”