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In this meetup I will bring the following games: 1) The art of conversation (conversation cards, it's not a game but merely a way to get to know one another) 2) Sequence (think connect 4 meets playing cards) 3) Uno 4) Monopoly deal (card version of monopoly, takes 20 minutes to play) 5) Cards against humanity 6) Joking Hazard 7) Man bites dog This meetup is limited to12 people as I am only bringing these games and I don't want to overload the venue with too many guests. We'd love to see you there. Why should you come to this event? Did you know that the feeling of loneliness is the equivalent of smoking 15 cigarettes per day? https://bit.ly/2DMqoXU. We fully understand the challenge that loneliness has on wellbeing. Our goal is to connect like-minded people with fun and engaging activities so that you create friendships with others to reduce that feeling of isolation. We want you to feel part of our welcoming community and have an avenue where you can improve your mental health and wellbeing in a safe and fun setting. Our values: Acceptance: we provide a safe and inclusive environment for our members to be socially engaged irrespective of their background Community: we endeavour to give each and every one of our members and event organisers a community to belong to and friends to connect with Fun: we keep things fun because they say laughter is the best medicine! Connect with us: We’d love to hear from you www.meetup.com/activatemh www.meetup.com/activatemhnorth www.meetup.com/activatemhsouth www.facebook.com/activatemh instagram.com/activate_mh www.activatemh.com.au [masked] Event disclaimer While we tend to identify as peers with a lived experience of mental health issues and also love promoting the values of acceptance, community and fun for mental health, we are not a complete substitute for professionals in helping you with the mental health issues you face. Please be mindful that the service we offer is complementary to other treatments you may be undertaking in your recovery journey. If you are in need of immediate health services please visit this link here: https://www.mhc.wa.gov.au/getting-help/helplines About the event host: Rahul Seth is a Chartered Accountant turned mental health change maker and is the founder of this group. Rahul has learned over the years the importance of social connection and community for mental health recovery, and has connected with others through the pursuits of tennis, volunteering and photography despite his battle with bipolar disorder. After working in the accounting sector for 9 years, Rahul switched into working in the mental health sector which was inspired by creating this meetup group and obtained a certificate IV in mental health. In his spare time Rahul follows Formula 1, listens to music, and does adult colouring books for relaxation. Read Rahul’s thoughts on the importance of community here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/notion-community-mental-health-recovery-rahul-seth/ Follow him on twitter @RS_au or instagram @RahulSethau or feel free to message him on meetup.
Bored? Want to go out and socialize while playing a mean game of Uno or exploding kittens? Then head down to Moon Cafe in Northbridge where we will meetup and have a chat, drink & eat (optional) and play a round of Uno/Exploding Kittens (and any other games on request). The Moon Cafe is only a short walk from Perth Train Station. Why should you come to this event? Did you know that the feeling of loneliness is the equivalent of smoking 15 cigarettes per day? https://bit.ly/2DMqoXU. We fully understand the challenge that loneliness has on wellbeing. Our goal is to connect like minded people with fun and engaging activities so that you can meet like minded people and create friendships with others to reduce that feeling of isolation. We want you to feel part of our welcoming community and have an avenue where you can improve your mental health and wellbeing in a safe and fun setting. Our values: Acceptance: we provide a safe and inclusive environment for our members to be socially engaged irrespective of their background Community: we endeavour to give each and every one of our members and event organisers a community to belong to and friends to connect with Fun: we keep things fun because they say laughter is the best medicine! Connect with us: Connect with us. We’d love to hear from you www.meetup.com/perthadsg www.facebook.com/perthadsg instagram.com/perthadsg www.perthadsg.com.au [masked]
Why should we be part of a community? According to the Huffington Post, five benefits of being part of a community include: access to new knowledge, new personal connections, a source of inspiration, access to resources and a support network (read more here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathan-chan/the-5-benefits-of-communi_b_10390826.html). The Victoria Park Community Games Night is brought to you by a collaboration of three like-minded community centred organisations, being the Victoria Park Community Centre, the Perth Active Depression Support Group and Befriend Inc. Community is the foundation that these three groups are built upon and although they all operate in different ways, they all share the same goal to form strong connections and communities, thereby improving the lives of their members. The board games featured in the monthly games nights have all been crowdfunded and sourced from donations by the community. Our Complete games list is here: - Monopoly Perth Edition - Uno - Telestrations - Cards against humanity - Settlers of Catan - Trivial Pursuit - Balderdash - Jenga - The logo game - Exploding Kittens - Imploding Kittens - Sequence - Man bites dog - True of false card game - 5 second Rule - Guess who card game - Jenga - Mastermind - Pictionary - Scrabble - Quoits - Family charades - Code names - The irrational game - Taboo - Ludo - Chess, Checkers & Backgammon - Smart ass card game - The game of things - Connect 4 - Monopoly Deal - Yahtzee - Cluedo travel edition - Upwords - Scattergories - Cranium - Battleship - Concept - Split Second - Dumb ass - Fact or Crap Entry is $5, which goes to the Victoria Park Community Centre to fund more games for the nights. Feel free to bring your own food and drink, but no alcohol is permitted inside the venue. This event repeats on the 4th Saturday of every month. We’d love for you to be a part of this community-focused event. For more on the Victoria Park Community Centre please check their website here: http://vicparkcc.org.au/ For more on the Perth Active Depression Support Group please check their website here: https://www.perthadsg.com.au/ For more on Befriend please check their website here: https://befriend.org.au/
Would you like to see the new Lion King? Join us next Sunday in Palace Cinema Perth. We will meet up at the box office at 10:30, it's better to buy tickets together to make sure we sit together. There is gonna be a few minutes before the movie, also after the movie we can go for a coffee. For more information see this link: https://ticketing.palacecinemas.com.au/Ticketing/visSelectTickets.aspx?cinemacode=600&txtSessionId=17823#_ga=[masked].596849813.1563192983-[masked] Why this event is just what the doctor ordered? Did you know the prolonged feeling of loneliness has the equivalent effect of smoking 15 cigarettes per day? We understand the challenge of feeling lonely and the draining effect it has on your personal wellbeing. Our goal is to connect like-minded people with fun activities so you can engage with others, create friendships and reduce that acute feeling of isolation that can be detrimental to your mental health. Our values: * Acceptance: we provide a safe, inclusive environment for members to feel engaged and welcome, irrespective of their background. * Community: we endeavour to give our members and event organisers a community to belong to. A forum where they can connect, grow and develop friendships. * Fun: we keep things light and fun at PADSG. After all, laughter is the best medicine!