Celebrating Tooborac and Pyalong plans
Input from community members in shaping the future of Tooborac, Pyalong and surrounding areas will be celebrated with a free barbecue lunch.
The celebration is part of an annual community program and will showcase the Tooborac and Pyalong community plans which are taking shape following community input earlier in the year.
The event will take place at Tooborac Recreation Reserve from 11am to 2pm on Saturday 29 February.
People from Tooborac and Pyalong communities are encouraged to join the celebration which will include a free barbie with vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and halal options.
You can bring a chair or picnic blanket and meet up with local groups and clubs, while the young people are entertained with free activities including face painting, bubblecraft, a spray art workshop and a jumping castle.
The celebration is an opportunity for people to have some further input into community plans which highlight the top priorities for the townships.
The plans were developed in partnership with the Tooborac and Pyalong communities with actions that can be taken by each community to promote and enhance the unique character of the local areas.
"I am proud of the Tooborac and Pyalong communities shaping the future of their regions. By working with locals who really understand what makes these places special, Council can embrace and strengthen what already exists."
Quotes attributable to Mitchell Shire Mayor Councillor David Lowe
“We are thrilled to stage the community celebration and to gather further input from the community to help shape the plans. I hope to see many locals show up to celebrate the future of their townships and to enjoy the free BBQ and activities,” he said.
This page was last updated on 21 May 2020.