Social Activities Group

Clota Cottage Social Support Program is funded by both State and Federal Governments. The program offers social and active aging activities to eligible members of the community, in particular older members of the community who are living independently.


Activities include:


Social Afternoon Tea and Cards Group


This group meets on Mondays 1.00pm  - 3.00pm for social cards a cuppa and a chat.


Cost $5


Exercise Classes


Tai Chi for Arthritis 

Thursdays 10:30am 

This class is especially designed for older adults and people with arthritis or other physical restrictions. The form taught is easy to perform, safe, easy to learn and suitable for all fitness levels. Includes morning tea. (11.30am)


Cost $5 per class (funded)   $15 full fee  


Gentle Exercise and Strength Training

Thursdays 12 noon

This exercise class will help with joint mobility and general muscle strengthening. Portions of the class are seated and exercises may incorporate the use of weights and bands. Includes morning tea (11.30am)


Cost $5 per class (funded) $15 full fee


 Midday Movies


Wednesdays 12:00 noon


October 30 - Colette - a film biography of the French author Colette starring Keira Knightly and Dominic West.


November - Green Book - a heart warming story of Tony Lip who takes on a job as a chauffeur for Dr Don Shirley, a highly educated African-American classical pianist.


Save the Dates for upcoming excursions


Booking is essential for these activities



Thursday September 19

Join us for lunch at the Box Hill RSL 1:15pm



Complaints and Suggestions


If you would like to make a formal  complaint about the Social Support Program, please download the complaints form from the forms section, or contact the office for a hard copy.


If you have a suggestion for improvement or new activity please write it down and put it in the Suggestion Box in the office or use the contact button at the top of the screen and email it to us.



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