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WOW! What a Day!

Beautiful weather, wonderful crowds, diversity, colour, good food and so much of interest. That was Celebrate Mooroolbark for 2013. Here's the first instalment of some of the photos:

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Graffitist caught in act!

Graffitist caught in act! Wonder what's going on!

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Celebrate MOOROOLBARK!

We're almost there! This Saturday!

See you soon! More information: http://celebratemooroolbark.com/

 
Join us for Breakfast

Saturday May 25 will be the morning that Don Elgin will address the Mayoral Breakfast on this year's National Day of Thanksgiving.

Who's Don Elgin? Don is described as being entertaining, motivational and an all-round larrikin who over a 14 year period represented Australia at four World Championships and three Paralympic Games.

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Transport in our region

Want to learn how to get around better, and learn about the new website to help you get about? This could be for you!

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Get Ready!!

Our Celebrate Mooroolbark Festival takes place this year on Saturday 23 March in Red Earth Park and the Mooroolbark Community Centre.

We're very excited about Tubby the Robot being with us - and, as special guests this year - The Victoria Police Show Band.

See you there!

 
Works on Brice Avenue

You may be wondering what's going on at the corner of George Street and Brice Avenue. Following a lengthy consultation process during the last twelve months or so, the work represents stage 1 of plans to make the shopping strip in Brice Avenue more welcoming.

Here is a map provided by Yarra Ranges Council showing more details

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A Wonderful Night!

The biggest attendance for years enjoyed the Twilight Picnic and Carols in Hookey Park on Friday 7 December. Enjoy some of the colour of a wonderful celebration by our community of the shared Christmas Season.

MAP Mooroolbark wishes YOU warmest greetings for Christmas and the New Year. Thankyou for using our town website throughout 2012.

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This Friday!

Don't forget to join us at Hookey Park this Friday evening for our annual Carols by Candlelight and Community picnic. Join us to picnic from 5.30, to be followed by the carols and performances from our local schools and Croydon Brass Band from dusk onwards. It looks like being a beautiful, warm evening. Bring your rugs and chairs to sit on! See you then! Any enquiries - contact this website.

 
Quiet Achiever Recipients

On Thursday evening 22 November, before a very appreciative audience at the Mooroolbark Community Centre, the Mooroolbark Umbrella Group presented four Quiet Achiever awards to people who had been nominated by their school communities for years of often behind the scenes work serving both their school communities and the wider community.

Randall Bourchier – President of the Umbrella Group noted three things that the nominees shared in common:

  • A profound appreciation for the school community of which they are a part
  • An unselfconscious willingness to share their giftings and skills for the benefit of others.
  • A real sense of satisfaction and enjoyment in making a difference

The Quiet Achievers were John Kingma – Pembroke Primary, Kate Johnson – Manchester Primary, David Cook – Ruskin Park Primary and Tania Kempton from St. Peter Julian Primary.

Shire of Yarra Ranges Mayor – Cr Jim Child, and Guest Speaker – Dr Michael Carr-Gregg presented the awards.

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