Massey Community Hub
Massey Community Hub started life as the local library servicing the Massey community. When the library moved to its current location, Massey Community House Society Incorporated moved into the premises and continued their work supporting the local community. In 2015 Auckland Council took over management of the venue and renovated it with the purpose of becoming a "fit for purpose" building that could cater for the growing needs of our diverse community. Massey Matters took over the lease from the council in 2017 and continue to develop community engagement, activities and events from the refurbished venue.
It's location within Triangle Park Reserve has meant Massey Community Hub has become the focal point for community engagement in Massey. Surrounded by leafy trees and vast lawns, the hub is a light-filled venue adjacent to a flourishing community garden, a playground and a basketball court. Everyone in the whanau is catered for at our location!
The hub offers a range of community activities as well as space for meetings and private functions.
385 Don Buck Road, Massey 0614
09 833 6650 | 022 658 0178
Open: 9:30am — 3:30pm
Monday — Thursday
9:30am — 1:30pm Friday
Community Activities at Massey Community Hub
Sundays 6pm-8pm (once a month)
Sundays 4pm - 6pm
This FREE service provided by our local JP Geoff Austin, includes the following:
Taking Affidavits, Oaths and Declarations
Certifying proof of identity
Thursdays 6:30pm-10:30pm (fortnightly)
Mondays 6pm - 9pm
WISE offers a safe and secure space
for women in a cross cultural
environment to connect, learn,
develop new skills & knowledge,
learn English and explore social
Tuesdays 10:30am-12pm & 7pm-8pm
A support sisterhood.
Sisters talking real to sisters.
Women from all walks of life are welcome.
0800 110 582
Fridays 1.30pm - 3.00pm
English as a Second Oral Language (ESOL)
Learn Conversational English
Learn English customs
Make community connections
Become a part of the Massey community
3rd Tuesday of every month
An open writing workshop and
networking group aimed at providing
support and encouragement to anyone
interested in writing regardless of age,
experience or style.
Wednesdays 3.30p,m - 5pm
Massey Youth Can is a youth group
focused on building leaders through
co designing events for the community.
We welcome all our new friends with
arms open. We are committed to what
we do and more importantly we have FUN!
A fun social and creative outlet where
you can learn new skills whilst enjoying
the social aspect of our established
Quilters & Stitchers group.
All skill levels welcome,
bring your own project.
Tropical tambora rhythms, African beats,
Spanish melodies... This is not your
typical Salsa dance class!!
Explore the different regions and
history of Colombia through
dance and music.
Thursdays 7pm - 8pm
Are you a man looking to make a
change in your life?
Do you want to be a positive role model
for your children? Are you ready to
make a difference for your family?
0800 1 MAN UP
Wednesdays 9.30 - 11am
Free play session for parents, babies & toddlers!
Come to our playgroup and learn new
ways of playing with your children.
Make new local friends and enjoy a
free morning tea.
No bookings required just pop in!
A Friendship club for seniors and disabled
where our guests enjoy various crafts, play cards
or indoor bowls, enjoy sit dance to music
and relax in the friendly companionship.
Morning tea and lunch are served at a
minimal weekly cost.
Wednesdays 1.45pm-2.45pm & 7.00-9.00pm
A low impact, gentle exercise aimed at
increasing joint mobility, balance and
coordination. Tai Chi is a calming and
meditative exercise that can reduce
tension and stress. $7 per session.
Saturdays 12.30 -4.30pm (fortnightly)
Do you dream of being in a band?
Join this local group of musicians who
like to jam!!
Bring your guitar, sing a song or just sit
and enjoy the entertainment.
Wednesdays 10am-12.30pm (fortnightly)
Te Reo is one of the three official languages of Aotearoa. Te Reo is becoming common in everyday conversation in New Zealand and there is an increasing expectation that people will know at least of few Maori words and phrases. Learning Te Reo is a great way to connect to our tangata whenua and their traditions.
A fun, safe post natal fitness class.
No baby sitter required!
Wear your baby while you work out.
No carrier? NO WORRIES!
Loan carriers available.