Swansea Community Market
Held every month, on the second Saturday from 10am-1pm at the Town Hall.
Showcasing local art, craft and seasonal fresh produce.
We also have a morning tea room with tasty treats, tea and coffee.
New stallholders always welcome.
Triabunna Village Community Market
The Eastcoast Regional Development Organisation Inc.
The Village Market is held on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
Where: The Village 20 Melbourne St Triabunna Market time: 10.00am to 1.00pm. All our usual stalls, a chance to see the latest Art & Craft Exhibitions of local artists, other Village activities including Spring Bay Community Boat Shed, Community Wood Working Group, Village Garden, Contemplation Garden, Food and drinks available including BBQ 'Bunna burgers & sausages, Wood fired Pizzas
The range of stalls includes second hand books, bric and brac, local craft, fresh vegetables, seasonal plants for sale, locally made jams, preserves & cakes. All proceeds from Stalls and our sales go to the daily operations of The Village.
Costs of stalls are only $5. If you are a seller of hand made products or produce and you would like to talk about a Stall @ The Village Market, please contact Stalls Co-ordinator Glynis:
Mobile : 0448 866 276
Or Jane on 6257 7583 or email
We have special themes during the year, April is an Electric Hybrid show, October is our Predominantly British Classic Car Show, November is an Emergency Services Thanks You and Display Day.
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The Tasmanian Seafarers' Memorial at Triabunna, Tasmania is unique in that it is a memorial to all Tasmanian seafarers who lost their lives at sea including Tasmanian members of the armed services, and those seafarers who, regardless of occupation or nationality, lost their lives in Tasmanian waters.
It also enables the commemoration of the lives of Tasmanian Naval personnel lost during peace time service as well as during times of conflict.
Tasmania's maritime history has been an eventful one which has tragically left many families touched in some by the relentless power of the sea.
The unpredictable seas around Tasmania's coastlines have claimed vessels from the days of sail to modern craft of today; they have claimed the lives of whalers and sealers, convicts and free settlers, traders and fishermen, sailors, seaman and yachtsmen of all ages and nations.
Have you recently joined a community Board or Committee? Are you keen to make a difference? Do you worry about who will take your place when you want to step down?
Are you wondering what the law needs you do to as a director or committee member? Do you puzzle over the financial reports? The Grassroots Community Governance program has been designed for you.
effective board meetings and decision making,
the roles of directors and office bearers,
essential policies and procedures,
finances, budgeting and
Register for the workshop at: www.alkas.com.au
Three experienced presenters in the governance of not for profit and community organisations will facilitate the workshops – Steve Allen, Ella Dixon and Donna Bain. Their profiles are on the web site.
The Grassroots Community Governance program is a fully funded initiative of the Tasmanian Community Fund. This workshop is generously supported by the Glamorgan Spring Bay Council.
Further Information: Steve Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org; 0491 647 561