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The Westbrook Community Center is a multi-purpose center serving the residents of Westbrook, ME, by providing opportunities for social, recreational and basic needs to be met. Through collaboration, partnering and working together, we offer an array of community services that address the needs of Westbrook residents and help them to find and access resources that enrich their lives. Our goal is to promote self-sufficiency and foster health and well-being.

SOCIAL SERVICES FUNDING REQUEST APPLICATION

General Assistance

Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 4 PM

Friday -  8 AM - 2 PM (by appointment only)

 

Cornelia’s Closet (Thrift Shop)

Monday:  9 AM - 1 PM  / Tuesday:  9 AM - 1 PM  &  5 PM - 7 PM

Wednesday:  9 AM - 1 PM / Friday:  9 AM - 1 PM

*hours subject to change

Donations for Cornelia’s Closet  Thrift Shop are gladly accepted anytime by placing them in the bin outside the store door. We welcome and appreciate clean, gently-used clothing, bedding, books, games, furniture, and household goods. We cannot accept electronics, such as computers or appliances. We are happy to give a tax-exempt receipt upon request.

Room Rentals

The Westbrook Community Center has the following rooms available as rental space for meetings, conferences and events: Community Room; Conference Room; and Reading Room. The room rental fee is a $35 per hour donation per room ($45 for non-residents), which must be paid in full no later than two days prior to your rental date. To book a room, or to check availability please contact Greg Post at 854-0676 or by e-mail at gpost@westbrook.me.us.  

Fiber Arts Fun!

Fiber art is a style of fine art which uses textiles such as fabric, yarn, and natural and synthetic fibers. It focuses on the materials and on the manual labor involved as part of its significance. In Westbrook, the fiber arts played an important role in our industrial history - think the Haskell Silk Mill or the SD Warren Paper Mill. The Westbrook Community Center has a wonderful room dedicated to the fiber arts. We spin, weave, quilt, sew, knit, crochet, dye, make paper - you name it! We aim to set aside times for formal classes, times for working solo without guilt, and times for quiet socializing. Open to adults and children who are accompanied by an adult. Stay tuned for details on new programs, or feel free to drop in at any time during open hours.
For additional news, information and pictures, check out our official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fiberarts.westbrook.

Westbrook Community Garden

Reserve your garden now for next spring! Get your family and friends involved in a fun and healthy hobby! Rent a raised bed in the Westbrook Community Center Community Garden. Grow some vegetables for your family and friends, or donate your harvest to organizations in need, such as The Westbrook Community Food & Resource Center. First-year membership is $30 for residents/$35 for non-residents; all renewals are just $20. The fee for additional beds is $15 each.
If you don’t have access to a garden, this is perfect for you! Meet new friends, eat healthy foods, and have fun!
Questions, or to rent a raised bed, please contact the Westbrook Community Center main office 854-0676, or visit them at 426 Bridge Street in Westbrook. Phone payments are accepted.

 

Fiber Arts Fun!
Fiber art is a style of fine art which uses textiles such as fabric, yarn, and natural and synthetic fibers. It focuses on the materials and on the manual labor involved as part of its significance. In Westbrook, the fiber arts played an important role in our industrial history - think the Haskell Silk Mill or the SD Warren Paper Mill. The Westbrook Community Center has a wonderful room dedicated to the fiber arts. We spin, weave, quilt, sew, knit, crochet, dye, make paper - you name it! We aim to set aside times for formal classes, times for working solo without guilt, and times for quiet socializing. Open to adults and children who are accompanied by an adult. Stay tuned for details on new programs, or feel free to drop in at any time during open hours.
For additional news, information and pictures, check out our official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fiberarts.westbrook.

Westbrook Community Garden
Reserve your garden now for next spring! Get your family and friends involved in a fun and healthy hobby! Rent a raised bed in the Westbrook Community Center Community Garden. Grow some vegetables for your family and friends, or donate your harvest to organizations in need, such as The Westbrook Community Food & Resource Center. First-year membership is $30 for residents/$35 for non-residents; all renewals are just $20. The fee for additional beds is $15 each.
If you don’t have access to a garden, this is perfect for you! Meet new friends, eat healthy foods, and have fun!
Questions, or to rent a raised bed, please contact the Westbrook Community Center main office 854-0676, or visit them at 426 Bridge Street in Westbrook. Phone payments are accepted.

Fiber Arts Fun!
Fiber art is a style of fine art which uses textiles such as fabric, yarn, and natural and synthetic fibers. It focuses on the materials and on the manual labor involved as part of its significance. In Westbrook, the fiber arts played an important role in our industrial history - think the Haskell Silk Mill or the SD Warren Paper Mill. The Westbrook Community Center has a wonderful room dedicated to the fiber arts. We spin, weave, quilt, sew, knit, crochet, dye, make paper - you name it! We aim to set aside times for formal classes, times for working solo without guilt, and times for quiet socializing. Open to adults and children who are accompanied by an adult. Stay tuned for details on new programs, or feel free to drop in at any time during open hours.
For additional news, information and pictures, check out our official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fiberarts.westbrook.

Westbrook Community Garden
Reserve your garden now for next spring! Get your family and friends involved in a fun and healthy hobby! Rent a raised bed in the Westbrook Community Center Community Garden. Grow some vegetables for your family and friends, or donate your harvest to organizations in need, such as The Westbrook Community Food & Resource Center. First-year membership is $30 for residents/$35 for non-residents; all renewals are just $20. The fee for additional beds is $15 each.
If you don’t have access to a garden, this is perfect for you! Meet new friends, eat healthy foods, and have fun!
Questions, or to rent a raised bed, please contact the Westbrook Community Center main office 854-0676, or visit them at 426 Bridge Street in Westbrook. Phone payments are accepted.