With the current heath emergency, the group has suspended ALL activities until things get a lot healthier. The committee will regularly review the situation, based on health guidance, to determine when it is safe to restart activities.
For the latest COVID-19 information – https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus
And from MASH a reminder of the COVID Message – Click Here
The Rowville Men’s Shed, formerly the Stanford Park Men’s Shed, has moved to our temporary home in the Aimee Seebeck Hall at 100 Police Road, Rowville. (Hall closed till further notice)
Construction of the new Shed has commenced on the disused netball courts adjacent to the Aimee Seebeck Hall. For updates and photos visit “The New Shed Page“.
We commenced in 2010 as the Stamford Park Men’s Shed and operated from the historic 1860s guest quarters at the Stamford Park Homestead located in Rowville.
Activities at our new venue have yet to be finalised but will include metal and woodworking as well as projects in the wider community.
Like most sheds, we focus on men’s activities and men’s health. We are open to all members of the community, from all backgrounds, and all walks of life. Young, old, skilled, unskilled and various abilities. We all have something to teach, learn and share.
We try to get everyone involved in our various activities on an equal level while giving a sense of achievement, pride and mate-ship.
If you would like to visit our Men’s Shed please call one of the numbers on the left of this page to arrange a time to visit. This will allow you to meet our members, have a cuppa and a chat, and see what we do.
(c) 2018 – Rowville Men’s Shed Inc. – ABN 34 306 763 372 – P.O. Box 2113, Rowville, 3178