The Titirangi Community House is located within Titirangi's Memorial Park and access is gained via South Titirangi Road. The main car park area (which is home to the famous Titirangi Market on the last Sunday of every month) provides access to the Community House, the Memorial Hall, Titirangi Library and the local play centre.
The house was purpose built with funding assistance from the Auckland Council and is adorned with a panel of screen-printed iron by the Internationally recognised local artist Jeff Thomson.
The Community House operates as an Incorporated Society, governed by a management committee that meets monthly and is here to serve the people of Titirangi. We run a comprehensive Community Education programme including fitness, art and craft, mothering and antenatal and special interests. For children, we have a School Holiday Programme and after school classes. The venue is also available for community groups and individuals to hire.
We also have wheelchair access.
The house has a full-time coordinator who can be contacted during normal working hours, should you wish to take advantage of the facilities. There are many active groups who use the house as a location for their activities, these include a Mah Jong group, art classes, a quilting group, Creative Writing, yoga, pilates and Feldenkrais groups and many others.
The Titirangi Community House along with the Green Bay Community House, Auckland Council, Eco Matters and other like minded local people from Titirangi and Green Bay, have set up a community orchard in Green Bay called La Rosa Community Orchid. The aim is to promote our communities and individuals to work together, and to live sustainably, which in turn will create better social, economic, cultural and environmental outcomes for us, our children and our grandchildren.
It is all about creating genuine community partnerships, and nurturing community development and place-based initiatives while working alongside each other. It is a wonderful collaborative community project which will help neighbourhoods to become more self-sufficient.
We thank the Auckland Council and the Waitakere Ranges Local Board for their continued support of the Community House and our activities.
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