Mark the last Wednesday of each month in your diary!
We are having a series of information sessions followed by morning tea that are suited to locals aged 55 years or older on Wednesdays from 9.30am at Alf Adams Pavilion, Solomon St, Mosman Park.
25 March - St Johns First Aid course
29 April - Ocean & River Cruising
27 May – Cyber safety
The Mosman Park Men’s Shed will be holding a special morning only public event on Sunday 22 March 2020, from 9am until noon including morning tea provided by the Men’s Shed Café, and featuring a Car Boot Sale. To book a spot for a $10 donation to the Men’s Shed, book via their website at mpms.org.au first come, best in! All sellers to be on site by 9am and stay until the sale ends at noon.
Household Items Repair Lab
The Shed's team of experts will attempt to fix all those annoying broken items hanging around the house! Minimum $2.00 donation per item & bigger jobs can possibly be booked in for future attention.
Have a look around WA's biggest Men's Shed! For more information, visit the Mosman Park Men’s Shed website at mpms.org.au or call Mike Ansell on 0499 978 010.
This Easter, head to The Grove Library fun a fun-filled program of events and activities to keep the kids occupied over the holidays
Kids Easter Egg Competition 2020
Colour and decorate the Easter egg for a chance to win a yummy Chocolate Bunny or egg for Easter. Competition opens Tuesday 5 March, entries to be handed in to The Grove Library by Tuesday 16 April 6pm., with winners notified the next day. Age Groups: 2-4 years, 5-7 years, 8-10 years, 11-13 years. A winner and runner-up will be chosen in each age group. Entry forms can be collected from The Grove Library or downloaded from The Grove Library website. Entrants must be Western Suburbs Library members.
Chickens in the Library
Give the kids a front-and-centre view of the cycle of life and watch the chickens hatch and grow over the whole school holiday period; from egg to chicken -Tuesday 14 – Friday 24 April (afternoons). Take time to relax and colour-in chicken pictures as well.
Easter Story Time by the River
Songs, stories, sun and chocolate; it’s Easter Story Time at Perth’s best river reserve!
Where: Keanes Point Reserve, Tuesday: 7 April 10.30am. No bookings necessary Parents can grab a coffee BYO brunch and join in the fun.
When: April Tuesday 14 April 2020, Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Where: Grove Community Centre Cost $73.00
(sessions are fully supervised). For event information contact Mindbuzz directly on: 0487 191 680 bookings: or click http://www.mindbuzz.com.au/events/grove/
Time to Fly
Angel wings, fairy wings, bird wings, which one are you? Join as we decorate wings to wear on your back.
Where: Library When: Thursday 16 April 2020 Time: 1.30– 2.30pm Ages: 6 -11 are welcome. Cost: 3.00
Places are limited – bookings are required. # Children under 6 welcome, if accompanied by an adult.
Clay Time Fun
Kids.. bring a grandparent or parent to this intergenerational activity working with air dry clay. Where: Library When: Friday 17 April Time: 1.30 – 2.30 pm Cost: $5.00 - pay on day. Suitable for ages 5-12 years, materials supplied.
Earth Day 2020
Join us for a craft afternoon as we create a Borneo Rainforest display. April is Earth Month at The Grove Library and the perfect time to highlight Orangutan conservation. Decorate an Orangutan and add it to our rainforest display 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day. Where: Library, When: Tuesday 21 April Time: 1.30– 2.30pm For ages 4 – 10 years old.
Movie time @ The Grove Library
Join us for popcorn and a free movie afternoon with Toy Story 4. Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. Where: Community Centre, When: 23rd April 2019 1pm Cost: free Runtime: 112 minutes, for ages 6 – 12 years old. Bookings are required.
Drop-in Tech Help
Need a great starting point in dealing with computers and technology? Our volunteers are available to help you with any general technical queries. No Bookings Required
When: Fridays 10.00am – 12.00pm
When: Thursdays 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
One on one sessions for help with digital library services like e-books, audiobooks & e-magazines.
Bookings Required on 08 9286 8686
Tech Workshops 2020
The Grove Library will be running beginner workshops to learn the basics of technology.
Each workshop will is a single topic covered in detail. Conducted in small groups these sessions are perfect for the beginner.
Running from February until July 2020 these sessions are in high demand and bookings are essential.
For more information on the courses please ring 9286 8686
The Community Partnership Program (CPP) provides funding to improve the capacity and long term viability of local groups and to facilitate the development of new initiatives that will provide long term benefit to the Mosman Park Community.
Western Electric Sporting Association (WESA) are based at Rocky Bay and have called Mosman Park home for 19 years (pictured below with Mayor Pollock).
WESA successfully applied for the CPP grant in the August 2019 round to purchase team shirts for their newly branded Power League team, Mosman Magic.
The next round of Community Partnership Funding will open in July.
If you wish to discuss any potential funding opportunities or would like to receive notification when the funding opens, please contact our Community Development Team, firstname.lastname@example.org or 9383 6600.
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.