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: Sunday, 18 August 2019 2:00pm to 4:00pm

 

When: Friday, 23 August 2019 1:00pm to Friday, 13 September 2019 4:00pm

Following on from previous successful courses the Mosman Park Men’s Shed will be hosting another Home Maintenance Course for non-members commencing on Friday the 23rd August 2019.

There will be 4 x 3-hour sessions to be held on consecutive Friday afternoons in August, commencing 23rd, which will cover (broadly) the following:

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

The cost of the course is $80.00 per person which includes afternoon tea on each afternoon and which also covers any materials used. Ticket sales will open on Sunday 7th July via the Men's Shed Website.

Bookings can only be accepted together with payment and can preferably be made via the Men's Shed website http://mpms.org.au/ - go to Events, Home Maintenance (or just click on the picture on our home page) and then click on the Get Tickets button, fill in the details and pay with your credit card. If you also want to book for someone else as well, please make two separate bookings. Alternatively, you can go to the Shed, complete the registration form and pay cash at that time.

Contact Mike Ansell on 0499 978 010 for more details.

 

When: Sunday, 25 August 2019

On Sunday 19 May, the Lego Mini-Masters building competition was held at the Wellington Street Scout Hall, with all money raised going to Mosman Bay Sea Scouts. 

Conceived, organised (with a little help from Mum and Dad) and compered by Mosman Bay Cub Scout, Oisín Harrison, a fantastic afternoon of Lego building was enjoyed by all. 

Two age groups competed for a prize of a Lego set for each team member.  Pre-primary to Grade 2 kids had 1 hour to build a vehicle of their choice.  The winners were Lucas Till and Jack Allen.  Grade 3 to Grade 6 kids then had an hour and a half to build a space themed creation.  A very close contest was won by Toby and Sam Albrecht. 

The response to this first event was so enthusiastic, Oisín and the Mosman Bay Sea Scout group will be holding another Lego competition on Sunday August 25, again at the Scout Hall at 70 Wellington Street, Mosman Park.  This time there will be five age groups, pre-primary to grade 2, grade 3 & 4, grade 5, grade 6, and high school age.  The competition will be held from 10am to 6pm with age groups spread over the day. 

Please send an email to MBSSLegocompetition@hotmail.com to register your team and to receive more details closer to the event.

When: Sunday, 8 September 2019

STOMP! It’s not your average walk in the park

Get your running shoes ready because STOMP is on again this September! 

STOMP is an initative of the Mosman Park Youth Advisory Council that is based off 'The Amazing Race'. Teams of 2-6 young people travel around to various locations around the Town on foot, while competing in exciting Checkpoint Challenges along the way. Many of the community groups in the Town of Mosman Park host Checkpoint Challenges, so it's a fantastic way to connect young people with the community.

Registrations are now open!
🤘 WHEN: Sunday 8 September
🤘 REGISTER HERE: www.stomp2019.eventbrite.com.au

Check out this video made by the team at Into the Blue Media (some super talented young people!) that captured STOMP in 2016 😍

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