Maltese Cultural and Heritage Center in Albion Melbourne Founder: Chevalier Peter Paul Portelli
MALTESE CULTURAL CENTRE MELBOURNE We regret to announce that because of the spread of the Coronavirus, all the events by the Maltese Cultural Association of Victoria will be posponed for the time being. The health and wellbeing of our members is very important to us. We will inform you when is the right time to open again. The Committee.
MALTESE FOLK SINGERS Every Thursday night at the Maltese Cultural and Heritage Centre.
MEMBERS CHRISTMAS PARTY 12 December, 2019
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MALTESE FOOD AT THE MALTESE CULTURAL & HERITAGE CENTER. Cooked Qassatat will be available for sale from this Thursday night at the Maltese Cultural and Heritage Center Albion. Address: 27 Talmage Street, Albion. We are open at 5.30 pm. Also: Ladies Maltese Lace Table tennis Ghana
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Maltese Cultural Association of Victoria Melbourne Annual General Meeting Sunday 14 April, 2019. At the Maltese Cultural Center, 27 Talmage Street, Albion, at 10 am.
THE COMMITTEE THAT WILL LEAD THE MALTESE CULTURAL & HERITAGE CENTER TO A BETTER TIMES 1. A committee with good people that have no personal interest. 2. A committee that will be dedicated to the needs of the Maltese. 3. A committee will make everyone feel at home at our Center. On Sunday 14 April at 10 am. come to the Maltese Cultural Center at 27 Talmage Street, Albion and give a vote of confidence to this committee. ( Bring your membership card ) The future of the Maltese Cultural Center rest in your hands, don't let some individuals take it away from you to run a personal business from the building. GROUPS THAT USE THE MALTESE CULTURAL CENTER Australian Nadur Association Australian Canary Club Maltese Own Band Philharmonic Society Xaghra Association Ghaqda Zebbugija St. Filep Association St. George Association St. Helena Maltese Association Maltese Lace Group Maltese Prayer Group New Age Wrestling Victory Grace Church Dementia Australia
Happy ladies at the Maltese Cultural Center doing their lace. Thursday 28 March, 2019 Today the Ladies at the Maltese Cultural Center started doing their lace in a refurbished room and they are very happy with their new set up.
The Maltese High Commissioner HE Charles Muscat visit to the Maltese Cultural and Heritage Center 14 March, 2019. HE Charles Muscat saw the chapel and met with the people who usually attend the Center on Thursday night to listen to the Ghana and the ladies do their lace work. The Maltese Own Band was invited to play some marches and the national anthems of Malta and Australia.