An exciting new addition to the Kentish Public Arts collection will see a pathway constructed in King George V Park which connects the Don Store Car Park to the Working Art Space. Along its length will be mosaic artwork depicting local flora and fauna found in the Kentish municipality. Overseen by TRAK members, the mosaic is currently being created by community members and children from the Sheffield School. There are some amazing mosaics currently being produced and the artwork, once installed, will be both visually appealing and functional. Construction of the pathway will begin mid October, with the mosaics to be installed later in the year.
I encourage all members of Kentish Community Groups to attend tonight’s Community Group Networking Evening at the Sheffield Town Hall commencing at 7:30pm. The meeting has been convened to allow community groups to discuss the many events and projects they undertake each year, and identify opportunities for collaboration to benefit the Kentish community.
There will be a Meet the Candidates Forum Thursday October 9 at the Senior Citizens Clubroom, Sheffield commencing at 7pm. This forum will be an opportunity to hear an address from nominating candidates and an opportunity to ask questions of these candidates.
Just a reminder to all our dog owners, registration is now overdue. Registrations expire each year on the 30th of June and should be renewed before the 31st of August the same year. New registrations and renewal fees can be paid at the Kentish Council office or any Service Tasmania. If your dog dies or is re-homed, please inform Council so that it can be removed from our dog register.
Gerald Monson, General Manager