May in South Hobart

posted 8 May 2015, 04:28 by SHSC Secretary   [ updated 8 May 2015, 04:33 ]



Community Garden Working Bee
Saturday 9th May, 1-3pm
Please note that working bees will now be held on the second Saturday of each month from 1-3pm.
Co
me along to the Community Garden this Saturday and help us get some crops in before the cold comes. It will be lots of fun!
Aims: plant garlic, prune pomme fruits, make compost, plant broad beans, plant potatoes. Prep plots ready for adoption :)

Photos are from the Autumn Equinox party held at the 
Community Garden last month. The event was a roaring success with live music, delicious punch and food, fun circus gear for the kids, lots of great company, and beautiful warm weather. 
 
Growers Group Lunch and Honey Tasting
Sunday 17th May, 1-4pm
It's always a bit of a surprise how quickly the garden slows down after the summer rush of abundance - a reminder that it's probably time for us to slow down too. And snow! That amplifies the message!
Our next gathering is coming up for lunch and honey tasting at the garden of Penny and Glenn.
84 Wellesley Street
(or 443 Huon Road)
Penny and Glenn will include a tasting of their beautiful honey.
If you have your own honey to contribute to the tasting, bring it along. Bring something to share for lunch, and if you have any excess produce, seedlings or anything you want to swap, share or sell, please bring it for our trade table. As always, there is no need to have gardeny things to swap and share to gain entry! We want YOU.
I look forward to seeing you then. 
Please contact me for queries and offerings to host us some time for our gathering on the third Sunday of every month.
With warmest regards,
Cindy 0429 167 480

  Hobart Rivulet Lantern Parade 
Friday 29th May 2015 
This delightful, yearly winter event is not to be missed. During National Reconciliation Week, the South Hobart Sustainable Community is holding a lantern parade along the rivulet to celebrate aboriginal culture, the beautiful mountain, rivulet and critters and creatures. The event will commence at 5:30pm at Tara Street (Fruehauf Park), with a short welcome and song, then we will wind our way along the rivulet. Remember to BYO lantern, torches, thermos, warm and wet weather clothing. All are invited to attend and anyone wishing to play music or help in any other way is welcome to contact 
secretary@southhobart.org. Start planning your lanterns now! Visit the facebook page or read the flier attached below. (Photo: last year's lantern parade, with the mountain in the background.) 

 
Upcoming door knocking about a South Hobart Community Bank®
A number of South Hobart residents are working hard to establishing a Community Bank® in South Hobart. A Community Bank® is effectively a Bendigo Bank branch that is owned and operated by a locally owned company that splits its profits with Bendigo Bank and the community. This model is designed to ensure that a large proportion of banking profits come back to the South Hobart community to support fabulous South Hobart projects and people. The Bendigo Bank will support the establishment of a South Hobart Community Bank® branch if there is enough community support. PLEASE show your support by liking our Facebook page, switching your branch code to the South Hobart Community Bank® branch code – 72168, moving your accounts to Bendigo Bank or pledging to buy shares in the local company when it begins operation. They will be door knocking over the coming weeks but feel free to call Steve Harwin (0415 183424) if you would like to know more about the project or Keridan Taylor (03 6283 5613) from the Hobart Bendigo Bank to ask any banking questions you may have.

  Concerned about pedestrian safety on Macquarie St in South Hobart?
Attached below is a letter from Alderman Anna Reynolds in response to concerns raised at the last South Hobart Resident's Traffic Committee meeting. 
Any interested South Hobart residents are welcome to follow-up on the letter. 

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