Fri 25 Jul 2014
French-themed lunch with entertainment at Mosman Square Seniors’ Centre
Book Week – Connect to Reading
Fri 25 Jul - Mon 25 Aug 2014
Entries are now open at Mosman Library for our Children’s Book Week creative competitions.
National Tree Day
Sun 27 Jul 2014
Join Mosman Council for their annual National Tree Day planting activity and BBQ.
Dr Tim Hawkes at Mosman Library
Wed 30 Jul 2014
Dr Tim Hawkes is the author of several books including “Boy oh Boy”, “How to raise and Educate a Son” and the “Learning Leadership” series.
Thursday Kids - Chinese Lanterns
Thu 31 Jul 2014
Do you like learning about different countries? Learn all about China’s history and create a string of your own mini Chinese lanterns. Suitable for children aged 5-12 years old.
Monday Matters at Mosman Library
Mon 4 Aug 2014
Mosman musician, Ron Ogden, continues his popular presentations on classical music, with an enjoyable romp through the history of opera.
KATE SCARDIFIELD: Locating the Pulse
Sat 26 Jul - Sun 12 Oct 2014
Locating the Pulse is a new sculptural installation and generative soundscape by Kate Scardifield, an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Sydney. In collaboration with audio engineer Liam Bray.
Technology Tuesday - Internet Banking
Tue 5 Aug 2014
Participants will have an understanding of how online banking works, how to go about signing up for an account and security issues.
Michael Robotham at Mosman Library in August
Wed 6 Aug 2014
“Life or Death” is the latest novel by awarding winning crime author Michael Robotham.
Thursday Kids - Stationary Craft
Thu 7 Aug 2014
Do you like pens, pencils and colouring in? Using paddle pop sticks we will create a fun pen/pencil holder for your desk. Suitable for children aged 5-12 years old.
The Reading Hour for Babytime
Wed 13 Aug 2014
This session will be conducted by Rowena Lee former Headmaster, Sydney Grammar Preparatory School. It will begin with a presentation for parents titled ‘How Reading Aloud Can Change Children’s Lives’
Thursday Kids - Silly Glasses
Thu 14 Aug 2014
Have you ever wanted to wear glasses? Now is your chance by using googly eyes and coloured cardboard to construct some awesome silly glasses.
Thursday Kids - Then and Now – Connect to Reading Show
Thu 21 Aug 2014
Join us for this special Book Week performance of stories, song and music celebrating the theme of Connect to reading. Suitable for ages 5-12.
Vocal Rewind Youth Volunteers
Mon 28 Jul - Mon 15 Sep 2014
Do you love music? Ever wish there was more to do in Mosman?Vocal Rewind is a group of passionate young people who organise live music gigs in Mosman.
Thursday Kids - Springy Things
Thu 28 Aug 2014
It’s all about things that spring this week as we are going to create a personalised Jack in the Box. Suitable for children aged 5-12 years old.
THE AMAZING SPIT
Sun 31 Aug 2014
Ready for a day of fun and games? Grab the kids and join us on “The Amazing Spit” You will use sustainable transport to get between the different checkpoints
READ, REVIEW & WIN
Tue 1 Jul - Sun 31 Aug 2014
All reviews go into the draw for a major prize at the end of the Program. The Program runs until the end of August.
Technology Tuesday - History Online
Tue 2 Sep 2014
Participants will learn how the internet is driving an interest in history through collaboration.
Over 55's Fishing Workshop
Tue 2 Sep 2014
Come and try your hand at fishing… who knows you might even get HOOKED!
Favel Parrett at Mosman LIbrary
Wed 3 Sep 2014
Favel Parrett will be speaking at Mosman Library in September.
Youth Centre Committee Youth Volunteers
Tue 29 Jul - Tue 16 Sep 2014
Have you got great ideas for bringing young people into the Youth Centre? The Youth Centre Committee volunteer group is all about bringing new youth into the Youth Centre space.
- Mosman Events
- Court Decision on Dan Murphy's Appeal
The Land and Environment Court has dismissed the appeal to use the ground floor of 710 Military Road for a Dan Murphy’s liquor premises.
- Exhibition: Proposed Aged Care Facility at Middle Head
Sydney Harbour Federation Trust has placed a new proposal on public exhibition. Comments are invited by 3 August 2014.
- Development Application Submission Requirements
From 1 July 2014 Council will require 4 copies of plans and documents to be lodged with Development Applications, Modification Applications and Review of Determination Applications.
- Planning Spit Junction
In 2012, the then council commissioned consultants to produce a Spit Junction Master Plan, assisted by a grant of $225,000 from the Department of Planning. The consultants’ Plan was finalised in 2013.
- Good Budget Result in Council's Sights
Earlier this month Council adopted its Budget for the 2014-15 financial year.
- Read, Review and Win
What better time to curl up with a good book than a cold Winter’s night?
- Car Parking Strategy
Council has recently prepared a brief and called for quotations for community consultation on a Mosman Car Parking Strategy.
- Beauty Point Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Update
An Extraordinary Local Traffic Committee (LTC) meeting was held on 28 May 2014 to consider the outcomes of the community consultation and to approve the Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) scheme for Beauty Point.
- Mosman Community Survey Now On
Council is currently conducting its biennial Mosman Community Survey to gather views on Council’s performance and matters of concern to residents.
- Noxious Weeds in Mosman
A noxious weed is one that must legally be controlled or removed by the property occupier. Weed Control Order 2014 has added several commonly occurring weeds within the Mosman LGA as noxious.
- Shine a Light on an Australian you Admire
Every year the Australian of the Year Awards recognise 128 remarkable Australians in four categories across all states and territories.
- Public Exhibition of Proposed Amendments to Mosman LEP 2012 and Mosman Residential DCP 2012
Council is proposing to amend Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 and Mosman Residential Development Control Plan 2012.
- Mosman Celebrates World Environment Day
The theme for World Environment Day – ‘Raise Your Voice Not the Sea Level’, is a call to action for all of us to raise our voice in solidarity with one another and our natural environment, to enhance our awareness of the impacts of climate change, and to take action to live more sustainably.