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Community centres

Helsinki’s community centres summer 2022

Community centres Hanna and Oulunkylän Seurahuone are open 13 June–5 August 9.00–16.00. Community centres Hanna and Oulunkylän Seurahuone are closed 8–14 August.

Community Centre Vuosaari is closed 1 May–8 August.

Community centres Malmi, Maunula Saunabaari, Pihlajamäki, Kontula and Lassila are closed 13 June–8 August.

Community Centre Betania is closed for renovation.

  • We offer digital support and help with e-services.
  • All excursions, events and group activities are planned and implemented in accordance with coronavirus guidelines
  • Information on online events is available on the Facebook pages of the community centres.
  • We require responsible adherence to coronavirus guidelines also in the use of our premises and participation in our activities in the evenings and at weekends.

Welcome!

 

You can book a computer (computer and help with e-services, max 45 min). You can book an appointment by calling the resident house.

Please come to the appointment healthy and follow instructions given by the staff.


Community centre Hanna
Sturenkatu 12
tel. +358 (0) 9 310 73933
Open Mon–Fri 9–16

Community centre Oulunkylän Seurahuone
Larin Kyöstin tie 7
tel. +358 (0) 9 310 40912
Open Mon–Fri 9–16

Community centre Kontula
Keinulaudankuja 4 c
tel. +358 (0) 9 310 61952
Open Mon–Fri 9–16

Community centre Saunabaari
Metsäpurontie 25
tel. +358 (0) 9 3106 9722
Open Mon–9-17.50, Thu-Fri 9–16

Community centre Malmi
Kirkonkyläntie 2
tel. +358 (0) 9 310 58576, +358 (0) 9 310 58579
Open Mon–Fri 9–16

Community centre Vuosaari
Mustalahdentie 10
tel +358 (0) 9 310 73249.
Open Mon–Fri 9–16

Community centre Pihlajamäki
Liusketie 3 A
tel. +358 (0) 9 3104 1010
Open Mon–Fri 9–16

Community centre Lassila
Kaupintie 16, 00440 Helsinki
tel. +358 (0)9 3107 3013
Open Mon–Thu 9–16 and Fri 9–18

Community centre Betania
Perämiehenkatu 13, 00150 Helsinki
Tel. +358 (0) 9 3104 4709
Closed for renovation


Community centres act as living rooms and meeting facilities of the residents. The main objective is to bring well-being and prevent loneliness of the residents. You may participate in various groups and happenings.

There are places for reading the newspaper or browsing the internet. They also act as teaching facilities, resident cafe and a general information centre for the area. Community centres are suitable as meeting and club premises for different groups. Social Instructors offer guidance in social services.

There are computers and a multi-function printer in every resident house in Helsinki to enable usage of e-services. You can also get digital help to use your own device. 

The services are free of charge for the customers. Remuneration may only be charged for renting the facilities, the materials and other costs related to providing the services.

It is also possible to hold small parties at the community centres as they are equipped with coffee machines, kettles and a microwave oven, and some facilities also have a refrigerator. Other amenities vary from place to place.

Click here for the community centres' event calendar (in Finnish)



25.04.2022 16:38