PC's, Mobiles & Tablets

We run various social activities, special interest groups, and regularly hold interesting workshops and information sessions.

For details, sign up to our Newsletter or refer to our Course Guide.

We offer a range of classes :

Short Technology Classes ( PC, Tablets, Mobiles)

Wiser Driver, Games, Travel Talks,
Card Making,
Cake Decorating, Cooking
Meditation Mini Retreat
Book club
Time Out Dinners

Daytime Book Club

Read and discuss a range of interesting novels with a friendly group of book lovers.  *Books are sourced/purchased by participants.

Evening Book Club

Read and discuss a range of interesting novels with a friendly group of book lovers. *Books are sourced/purchased by participants.

Park Rambles

Enjoy a walk at your own pace through our local parks.

The Park Rambles group, led by our regular volunteers, meets at various walking locations in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne on Mondays, at 10 am, during school terms.

You can obtain the list of walks for a small fee (Currently $4) after enrolling at Mitcham Community House.

Your own transport is essential, as is a mobile phone for emergency purposes. Walks are generally for an hour and a half.

Most weeks, the group meets for a coffee and a chat at the end of the walk, so bring some money with you.

*All walks are weather permitting.

Walk n Talk

This is a Social group who Walk n Talk together in the local area, leaving from the Community House, during school terms. Meet at house 9:15 am on the specifies day.

Knitting for Charity (Self Directed)

Come and knit in good company for a great cause.
Fee: Gold coin donation per session

Patchwork (Self Directed)

Have you got busy patch working fingers Bring the project you are working on, scissors, cotton, pins, needles, ruler, sewing machine, and material of your own choice.

Creative Writing

We are a well-established, supportive group of self-motivated, published writers.  Our ongoing objective is to produce finished work of a professional standard suitable for submission to external competitions and publications.  Minimum qualification – Year 12 English or equivalent.


Practise the art of beautiful handwriting and create a frame-worthy script. Must have done Calligraphy before.

Wiser Driver

Whitehorse City Council is running its popular four-week Wiser Driver course from this month to help older drivers stay safe on Whitehorse roads for as long as possible at Mitcham community house.
The free course is offered to drivers 50 years and older. Participants are required to attend all four sessions.

Topics covered include changes to the road rules, vehicle and driver roadworthiness, handling challenging road conditions and more. It also allows you to reflect on how driving has changed over the years both the driving environment and how you have changed as a driver.
For more information please refer to.

Time Out Dinner

Dine with Mitcham Community House friends. Contact the office to confirm your place by Wednesday prior to the night.