THE MYRTLEFORD MEN'S SHED is a workshop where skilled and unskilled men can share time with each other, swap yarns and work together on community projects.
The Shed, located at 161 Standish Street, Myrtleford, (located at the rear of the Alpine Health Complex - Doug Lloyd cottage), it is a place for:
• men (retired, part time workers, shift workers etc) to be social, sharing company whilst feeling productive
• Learning new skills and honing old ones,using good tools on interesting projects
• Pursuing hobbies, pastimes and interests
• Contributing to the community with special projects and donated products
Everyone is welcome! Please drop in for a cup of coffee and have an inspection tour. If you wish to become a member, please download the Men's Shed Brochure and complete the Membership Form see CONTACT
Use of tools and basic materials is free. Never used tools? No problem! Skilled members can show you how to use them.
In the Shed, members make and repair small items of furniture, toys, craft items, and bring their own personal projects to work on. Many items are donated, other items are sold to buy materials and new tools for the shed. Some Metalwork equipment is available.
Myrtleford Men's Shed has been established to provide a substitute space for 'shedless blokes'. Besides encouraging new friendships the Men's Shed also provides access to other networks for men including local activities and men's health information.