Everyone is welcome, not just men!

What can you expect from the evening?

Food (included in the ticket price)
Laughter
Camaraderie
Connection
Did we mention food and laughter?
And hear what is happening in your community to prioritise men’s health, not just in Men’s Health Week but all year round. Hear from…

The Men’s Table

Hear from The Men’s Table, a men’s peer support group that meets at The Grand Hotel over dinner once a month to share openly about their lives, their challenges, their highs and lows with a group of like-minded men. No membership fee, just the cost of your meal each month.

The Men’s Table creates a sense of belonging, community, peer support and camaraderie that is lacking for many men, even for some who already have a group of mates.
The Men’s Table began in 2011 with 12 men who have met once a month for dinner and has since become a national charity and grown to 59 tables across Australia.

This evening will give you an insight into what it is like to be part of a Men’s Table and how it benefits the community as a whole. We’ll also provide details on how to join a Men’s Table for those men interested in joining.

Aquarena (Aquatic and Leisure Centre)

Hear from Aquarena on what initiatives, groups and classes they run that help boost both physical and mental health.

Manningham City Council

Hear from Manningham Council about what is happening in your community and how the council is supporting initiatives to benefit men’s health and connection.

Timing:

6:30pm – 7:20pm – Mingling over delightful savoury canapes (included in the ticket price)
7:20pm – 8:30pm – Hear from The Men’s Table, Aquarena and Manningham City Council
8:30pm – 9:00pm – Mingling over delightful sweet canapes (included in the ticket price)

Although this is an event for Men’s Health Week, this event is open to everyone. All gender identities are welcome. A healthy man is a healthy Manningham.

There’s never been a better time to get connected and be part of building a community. This event helps men and the community as a whole prioritise mental and physical health.

It is time we freed men from outdated masculine norms and share feelings and laughter.

If you’re interested in hearing more but can’t make this date and would like to be kept abreast of future gatherings, let us know by emailing us at dan.ball@themenstable.org

For more information, contact:

Dan Ball – dan.ball@themenstable.org

in the Kitchen (Office) of The Men’s Table