Events

The Town of Mosman Park hosts and supports various events throughout the year. See the events list below for more information.

If you would like to apply to host a public event on a Council reserve please click here for further information.

Click here to see a calendar of events and activities being held at The Grove Precinct.

When: Friday, 2 March 2018

GIRLS IN THE SHED?

In response to many requests from the community (mostly women) the Mosman Park Men’s Community Shed has taken up the baton and is organising a course of four home-maintenance sessions for non-members (men and women) during March.

There will be 4 x 3 hour sessions to be held on consecutive Friday afternoons in March, commencing Friday 2 March 2018, which will cover (broadly) the following:

•    Basic description of tools & their uses including hands-on experience.
•    Fillers, Paintwork repairs, Doors & Hinges, Locks, Hanging Paintings, etc.
•    Leaks - Plumbing, Roof, Windows plus basic reticulation.
•    Revision and your special projects.

The cost of the course is $50.00 per person which includes afternoon tea on each afternoon and also covers any materials used.
Bookings can only be accepted with payment and can preferably be made via the Men's Shed's website - go to Events, Home Maintenance and then click on the Get Tickets button, fill in the details and pay with your credit card. Registrations and payments can also be made in person at the Men's Shed.  Contact Mike Ansell on 0499 978 010 for more details.
 

When: Thursday, 15 March 2018 to Thursday, 29 March 2018

The Town of Mosman Park has a collection of over 100 diverse artworks and photographs that form a rich cultural resource of the Town. The collection spans over seven decades, with representations from well-known West Australian artists such as D’hange Yammanee, Mary Yates and Mary-Jane Malet to name a few.

The focus of the art collection is to document, preserve, acquire and display artworks that reflect and respond to Mosman Park’s history, identify and character. For two weeks in March, the Town will display a selection of artworks at The Grove Library in celebration of the artists who have documented our suburb so fondly.

Dates: Friday 15 March to Thursday 29 March 2018

Exhibition enquiries can be made to The Grove on 9286 8686.

For information about the Town’s Art Collection please contact Haylie Clark, Community Development Officer at hclark@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au or phone 9384 1633. 

‘Last Light Over Mosman’ by Linda O’Brien, 2006

‘Last Light Over Mosman’ by Linda O’Brien, 2006

When: Sunday, 18 March 2018 1:30pm to Saturday, 18 March 2017 5:00pm

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Come and Sk8!

The last of our FREE skateboarding events for the season at the McCabe Street Skatepark are happening on Sunday 18 March 2018.  Open to young people of all ages, Skateboarding WA works with participants individually and as a group to progress, feel comfortable and learn new moves in a fun and structured environment. 

1.30pm-3pm Learn to Skateboard Clinic: suitable for all ages and all skills levels including first time beginners! We start on the grass so it’s easy to learn the basics before moving to the concrete area! If you haven’t been along to one of these sessions before, they are a great way to give skateboarding a try for the first time or improve existing skills.  

3pm-5pm Best Trick Jam Session: suitable for intermediate/advanced skateboarders who regularly skate unsupervised.

All skateboards and safety equipment are provided. Registration forms are available at skateboardingwa.com.au    

When: Monday, 19 March 2018 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Renowned Sport & Recreation guru, Ian Crawford, is facilitating a Strategic Planning and Goal Setting workshop.
This workshop will give your sporting club or community group the backbones required to develop a strategic plan and advice on how to best implement it.

When: Monday 19 March 2018
Where: Town of Mosman Park Administration Centre
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm
RSVP: kfairhall@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au or 9384 1633

strategic planning poster

When: Sunday, 25 March 2018 12:00pm to 5:00pm

This year’s Mosman Park Community Fair has more than enough to keep the whole family entertained with a range of activities including live music, workshops, amusements and a whole lot of fun for the kids.

This year we have a bigger and better dedicated children’s zone including FREE activities all afternoon and kid friendly performances. A fitness inspired dance concert, Happy Feet, will have all the little ones up on their feet and jumping and dancing about, as well as Fairy Sandie performing a very special bush fairy stage show. Local young performers will also be showcasing their musical talents, and the ever popular Stewarts story-time.

We haven’t forgotten about the older children either with the climbing wall, photo booth and sports come & try all returning in 2018. We are also very excited to have the Radical Run inflatable obstacle course this year, at 35m the longest of its kind in Western Australia.

Find out about the various sporting and community groups operating in Mosman Park and grab a bite to eat at one of the many food stalls while enjoying the live entertainment on the main stage.  The afternoon culminates with a performance of classic hits by Easy Tigers from 4pm to 5pm.

We will also be celebrating Bike Week at this year’s Community Fair with our ever popular decorated bike competition ‘Pimped out Pushys’. The competition is open to all ages, so get creative and bring along your two-wheeled masterpiece on the day to win one of our four fantastic prizes on offer.

For more information about the 2018 Mosman Park Community Fair or to find out how you can get involved please contact Danelle or Katie on 9384 1633 or email community@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au.

  • Date: Sunday 25 March 2018
  • Time: 12pm to 5pm
  • Venue: Mann Oval, Lochee St Mosman Park

 

Image of Fairy Sandy and child

When: Friday, 6 April 2018 8:00am

Keen to get walking? Want to walk with others but don’t know how to find a walking group? The Town of Mosman Park and Shire of Peppermint Grove are hosting a Heart Foundation Walking Groups Morning Tea on Friday 6 April 2018 at Manners Hill Park Pavilion at 8am. The morning tea will follow the groups weekly walk, commencing at 7am, outside the Town of Mosman Park’s Administration Centre – all welcome to join in.

With two organised walking groups within the Town, it is a fabulous opportunity to celebrate those embracing an active lifestyle, promote the benefits of low impact activity and for new walkers to come down and meet one another.  Both groups are always looking for new walkers and welcome anyone of any age along.

Waterside Walkers – Friday 7am

Mosman Movers – Friday 8am

If you are interested in joining one of our existing walking groups or forming a new group, please contact Community Development Officer, Katie Fairhall on 9384 1633 or email kfairhall@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au

When: Monday, 9 April 2018 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Presented by Resilience Kit this is a FREE presentation to assist parents and carers to understand anxiety, behaviours and protective factors for their young children 4+ years old.

The session will focus on:

  • •    Normalising emotional experiences such as feeling anxious
  • •    The risk and protective factors for healthy emotional development
  • •    The importance of developing social and emotional skills to prevent emotional distress
  • •    Why building resilience in the family is important
  • When: Monday 9 April
  • Where: Town of Mosman Park Administration Centre
  • Time: 7.00-8.30pm
  • RSVP: tompkidsandanxiety.eventbrite.com.au

For more information please email community@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au or call 9384 1633

Kids and Anxiety Poster

When: Friday, 13 April 2018

Calling Young Performers
The Mosman Park Youth Advisory Council are working with ICEA to create an exciting new event for Youth Week in April and want to involve as many of our local musicians, artists and craftspeople as possible. If you’re under 25 and would like an opportunity to perform locally, sell your art or craft or be part of the event in any way, please contact Danelle Fauntleroy, Community Development Officer by email to dfauntleroy@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au or call 9384 1633.

When: Monday, 16 April 2018 8:30am to 5:00pm

Due to popular demand - we are hosting another First Aid Course for young people!

Young people aged 12-25 years can learn basic first aid and gain a better understanding of essential skills for treating common injuries, providing CPR and perform a first aid response in an emergency situation. This course from Royal Life Saving WA also has an online component that needs to be completed prior to the workshop. Participants on completion will be provided with a Statement of Attainment including 3 units of competence. Limited places available, preference will be given to Mosman Park residents.

  • Venue: Alf Adam Pavilion, Solomon Street, Mosman Park
  • Date: Monday 16 April 2018
  • Time: 8.30-5pm
  • Cost: $27.50

Bookings can be made by email to yac@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au or by contacting the Community Development on 9384 1633.

First Aid poster

When: Wednesday, 25 April 2018 7:30am to 11:30am

Join us at the Town of Mosman Park for ANZAC Day with a Gunfire Breakfast and Commemoration Service.  The Rotary Club of Mosman Park-Cottesloe in conjunction with the Mosman Park Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League (RSL) are hosting a Gunfire Breakfast at the Alf Adams Pavilion, Solomon Street, Mosman Park on Wednesday 25 April, commencing at 7.30am. 

The breakfast will be followed by the ANZAC Day Commemoration Service in Memorial Park, on the corner Bay View Terrace and Memorial Drive, Mosman Park at 10am. Seating will be provided and an Auslan interpreter will be translating the service.  This commemorative service is conducted by the Town of Mosman Park in conjunction with the Mosman Park Sub-Branch of the RSL to commemorate the service and supreme sacrifice of Australian men and women who have represented our nation in conflicts in our region and around the world. 

Lest We Forget.     

 

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