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It’s Boston or Bust!

Two members from The Clubhouse in Lismore are very close to boarding a plane to the United States. Just three thousand dollars stands between them and a once in a lifetime opportunity to attend the 9th Teen Summit at Boston University in August. Can you help get them there?

The Clubhouse Teen Summit Appeal 2018

In August 2018, we're hoping to send two of our Clubhouse Lismore members to Boston University to Stand up, Speak Out, Change the World. While the costs are subsidised by The Clubhouse Network: A Global Community for Creativity and Achievement, we still...

13 Reasons Why: Update on Resources for Series 2 Launch

It’s official – 13 Reasons Why Season 2 has launched. Whether you’re going to watch the series tonight, over the weekend or staggered out, we want to ensure viewers have access to safe and constructive resources about the content. @headspace has tips, advice and conversation starters about the show, and how to talk about the difficult content. We want you to be equipped and ready to watch it safely: 

GIT Parenting Course Starting Soon in Byron

A 6-week group for parents of teenagers is being run in Byron Bay to help parents who wish to improve their relationships, and learn to communicate more effectively, with their teens. The group is a co-operative venture by Social Futures and Byron Youth Service and will meet Thursdays 5.30-7.30pm from 31 May to 7 July 2018. 

Clubhouse Protest Project Video Released

In 2017 young people at The Clubhouse collaborated with Lismore Regional Art Gallery’s resident artists for an incredible project where they workshopped, designed and built mechanical sculptures.  Artists Jesse and Dean of Cake Industries have just released a video of the project.  

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we live and work and their continuing connection to land, water, sea and community. We pay respects to Australia's First Peoples, to their unique and diverse cultures, and to Elders past, present and future. Learn more about our Reconciliation Action Plan

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