The next monthly social meeting will be held in the Showgrounds Community Hall on Monday, 02 October, 2017 from 10.30 for a 11 o'clock start. Cost is $6 including lunch. Visitors are welcome. (Queen's Birthday Holiday)
Visitors are most welcome to inspect the Shed.
They will experience:
- Friendship of our team
- Good tucker
- Learn about our organisation
- Learn from one of our members about his experiences
- Learn new skills by joining any of the several interest groups.
The Shed is open for members from 08.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. each normal week day. Tuition for beginners in the workshop is available on Mondays and for others on Tuesday and Wednesdays. Voluntary supervisors help those new to woodworking and metal work and monitor workplace health and safety aspects.
For those who may not wish to use the workshop for woodworking activities or welding there are interest groups that meet for activities such Cooking, Guitar Playing, Leather Work, Art Classes, Photography, Card Playing, Computer Tuition, Travel and Darts.
The Shed Day social meeting is on the first Monday of the month in the Community Hall of the Mt Gravatt Showgrounds, 1644 Logan Road, Mt Gravatt. Time is 10.30 a.m. for a 11.00 a.m.start.
The usual format of the social day is Shed Talk, then lunch, then a guest speaker or special activity. The meeting concludes around 2.00 p.m.
Contribution to lunch costs is $6.00, while parking is free.
Again, VISITORS ARE MOST WELCOME, in fact most visitors join up after attending a social meeting.
Welcome to the Mount Gravatt Men's Shed site!
Our aim is to provide a safe, welcoming and creative environment in which to serve a wide range of needs for men from the district and surrounding suburbs. You are invited to come and enjoy the fellowship of others, to create your projects with the help of other members, if needed. Calendar.
2017/2018 fees are: application fee of $20 with yearly membership fee of $50. Membership year is: July 1 to June 30.
Mt Gravatt's Men's Shed Inc. promotes a strong interest in Woodworking, Woodturning, Carpentry, Welding, Sheetmetal (new) and Small Motors (new). Interest groups also exist in the shed for members such as Darts, Guitar, Cooking, Computing, Card Playing, Gardening, Leatherwork, Photography (new sites added), Art and Travel.
The shed is a friendly and relaxed place with plenty of time for a cup of tea and a chat with other members. No matter what your skills, you will be welcome at the Shed. If you are skilled in any of the areas we cater for, then you are encouraged to pass them on to others or you can learn from others as they pass on their skills.
MGMS August 2016