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Snapshot of Shire’s past on display at the Civic Centre

June 12, 2013Posted in: Community, Events

With June and July traditionally bringing cold and wet weather to the Southern Highlands, Council is bringing its Sesquicentenary celebrations indoors. During the month of June, the Foyer Gallery in Council’s Moss Vale Civic Centre is hosting an exhibition of historic photographs, newspaper articles and stories of the local pioneering families of Bowral and Moss...

Residents invited to have their say about Leighton Gardens

May 30, 2013Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting all interested residents to attend an on-site meeting at Leighton Gardens next Thursday, 6 June to discuss the planned upgrade of the park. As part of the Sesquicentenary – or 150th birthday – celebrations of Moss Vale, Council is proposing to revitalise the gardens, including new garden beds, replaced trees...

Winds of Change celebrates 150 years

May 10, 2013Posted in: Community, Events, Tourism

Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting the public to attend the official unveiling of the latest Sesquicentenary project; a public art work entitled Winds of Change, at Eridge Park Road on Thursday 16 May. Commissioned by Wingecarribee Shire Council, the sculpture celebrates the 150th birthday anniversary of both Moss Vale and Bowral. Wingecarribee Shire Mayor and Chair...

Expressions of Interest called from artists for sesquicentenary celebrations

May 10, 2013Posted in: Community

Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling on artists to help celebrate Moss Vale and Bowral’s upcoming sesquicentenary celebrations by commissioning a major public art project. Council’s Cultural Development Officer, Jenny Kena explained the project. “A host of events are being planned for both towns to help celebrate their 150 birthday milestones next year. “One of the...

Jazz tunes come to Moss Vale

May 2, 2013Posted in: Events

The live jazz evening scheduled for this Saturday 4 May night as part of the Sesquicentenary Celebrations for Moss Vale has unfortunately been cancelled due to low booking numbers. The event was to be held at Southern Highland Wines in Sutton Forest and was part of a weekend-long celebration featuring live jazz music, food and...

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