Para Hills Community Hub Programs and Services
For all programs and events available at the Para Hills Community Hub, please download a copy of the Term Guide.
Children and Youth
Community engagement programs
- English as a second language classes
- Digital literacy and Technology
- Pathways to further study and employment
Computing and technology
FREE: Computer and Internet Access Available during library opening hours (printing charges apply)
Health and Wellbeing
- Art and craft activities
- Fitness for under 50's
- Financial counselling
- Discussion groups
- Gardening programs
Friends of the Garden
Tuesdays, 10am to 12noon
Come along and enjoy a morning in our wonderful new community garden with other like minded green thumbs sharing knowledge and a conversation whilst doing general garden maintenance activities. No bookings are required.
A Fresh Start! - Grow Your Own Garden - Para Hills Community Garden
Come along to the new Para Hills Community Garden and learn all you need to know about gardening.
Wednesdays, 10am to 12pm
Gold coin donations are welcomed.
Each week this new program will hold a session on a wide variety of gardening topics including composting, upcycling and growing your own garden at home. Come along and join in the program in a welcoming and friendly community garden setting.
Para Hills Seniors Centre
The Hub provides a welcoming and accessible leisure centre for social activities, health and fitness and wellbeing programs for people aged over 50.
Programs available include:
- Social art and craft groups
- Social support programs
- Fitness programs
- Discussion groups
- Dine-in meals
- Frozen meals available for purchase
Transport may be available for eligible participants.
What's on at the Para Hills Seniors Centre
The Para Hills Seniors Centre offers a range of programs through its Community or Seniors days and other activities hosted by external hirers.
A list of the programs with the dates and time can be found in the Weekly Program.
|Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays||Community Day||Anyone aged 50 plus, including those with a disability|
|Monday, Tuesdays and Fridays||Lunch: Call before 11am to book||Anyone aged 50 plus, including those with a disability|
|Wednesdays, Thursday and Friday nights, Saturday mornings and Sunday monthly.||Various activities by external hirers||Please contact the hirer for details|
|Fridays||Seniors Day - catering for isolated and frail older people (entry criteria applies).||Anyone aged 65 plus, including those with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders aged 50 plus|
The library is a great place for people of all ages to meet, read, learn and access information.
The library provides the following FREE services as a Salisbury library member:
- Public computers
- Books and magazines catering to all ages
- Justice of the Peace service
- Online resources
- Toy Library
The library catalogue provides a complete listing of items that can be borrowed from or accessed in the libraries.
Renew your items online before they are due using your library barcode and PIN.
Using the same process, you can also reserve an item through the library catalogue.
The library has access to a variety of online FREE resources available to any Salisbury library member.
- Digital magazines
- Educational courses.
- Online movie streaming
- Children's stories
Membership is free and adults can apply for themselves or their children by completing an application at any of the Salisbury Libraries and providing identification that includes their name, current address and signature. Proof of legal guardianship is required when joining children under 18.
Bring your children to the toy library at the Hub! Each child can borrow four items for two weeks, choosing from a range of games, educational toys, musical instruments and more.
Computers and wi-fi
Computers and wifi are available to the public for FREE.
- Mobile PC training suite featuring 16 laptops running Windows 10 and Office 2016
- High speed wireless internet access
- Access to flat panel displays in meeting rooms
- Large multifunction room featuring projector and audio playback for user-supplied devices
Justice of the Peace
A Justice of the Peace (JP) is authorised to witness and attest many documents, such as statutory declarations, affidavits, wills, divorce documents, power of attorney and guardianship documents as well as certify copies of original documents.
The City of Salisbury offers the service of a JP at the Para Hills Community Hub:
- Thursday evening: 3pm to 5pm
- Friday afternoon: 3pm to 5pm
- Saturday: 10am to 12pm
For further information please call (08) 8406 8283
Visit the South Australian Justice of the Peace roll and use the online search to find a JP in your area. You can search by entering a postcode, suburb or name of a JP.
JPs are volunteers who offer their time freely and may not be available at all times.