Griffith Community Centre is set to host an expo for community members to come in and check out all the service providers on offers.
An annual event, this years expo is expected to be larger than any numbers previously seen due to the opening of the newly built centre.
Peta Dummet, Centre Manager said that the expo would be a good opportunity for locals to understand what the centre has to offer.
"The expo introduces attendees to all the community services that are in town," Mrs Dummet said.
"People can cruise through in their own time and ask as many questions as they need and speak to different providers to find out which services are available to them in the community."
She also noted that the day would serve as a means to raise awareness of the work, facilities and providers that are on offer through the community centre.
"When people need help they don't know where to go, until you need the support of an agency you don't know about the agency until you go looking for one," Mrs Dummet said.
Cassandra Campbell-Smith is a service provider within the centre and said that all the staff at the centre were keen to make this a day for all of the community.
"This will hopefully be our biggest and best expo because we have this brand, new exciting building that we would love to be able to showcase," Miss Campbell-Smith said.
"Attendees can walk through, see what the centre is like on the inside, meet services permanently posted here and get a good general idea of what is on offer."
The day will also provide an opportunity for community members to view the facilities, many of which are available for hire.
"We are open to new ideas, initiatives and programs all the time, anyone who has an idea for anything we could do is more than welcome to reach out," Mrs Dummet said.
The expo will be held between 10am and 2pm on Wednesday December 15th.
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