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July School Holiday Activities

Bridgewater Library is super excited about the JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM!! We have three free activities on offer. To register go to eventbrite: https:// www.eventbrite.com.au/o/ bridgewater-library-8598240297    

Bridgewater Library

We are excited that Bridgewater Library is now offering Click & Collect.   Here’s how you use it:  1.   Browse the Click & Collect catalogue at www.libraries.tas.gov.au or call (03) 6165 5600 2.   Place your holds 3.   Wait for our … Continue reading

VIRTUAL – National Simultaneous Storytime!

Bridgewater Library is excited to announce that: National Simultaneous Storytime 2020 will be via our facebook page. This year our guest  reader will be Greg Irons  from Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Greg will be reading – Whitney and Britney Chicken Divas … Continue reading

NDIS drop in sessions

  We can help you with,   Ø  Understanding the NDIS and assist with access process.   Ø  Information and connection to services and activities in your community and other Government Services.     Ø  Information and referral to Early Childhood … Continue reading

Karate Classes

Traditional Martial Arts *Self Defence    *Fitness & Flexibility *Self Discipline *Co-ordination *Self Confidence *Affordable Rates We Have Been In Brighton For Over 25 Years Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bugeidoKarate/ www.bugeido.com    


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Regions to benefit from workforce planning project

FOUR southern Tasmanian councils have received almost $400,000 in funding to improve their regions’ employment options. The three-year grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund is primarily for the ap

COVID-19 puts no brake on Brighton development activity

 WHILE the COVID-19 emergency may have slowed economic activity in Australia and globally, it has not impacted on growth and development in Brighton Municipality. In fact, the reverse is the case wit

College courses a pathway to university

By SHARON REIBEL* CHOOSING the right subjects for Years 11 and 12 has never been easier. ‘Step into your future’ is Claremont College’s key message for students as they approach senior secondary

Catchups and a cuppa despite the cold

SINCE the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions tagari lia is starting to re-introduce programs and activities. Drop in and Play is still not able to occur due to the need for physical distance.  All pr

Gymnasts bounce back after lock down

AFTER an almost-three-month hiatus without the usual sounds of happy youngsters jumping, rolling, leaping and tumbling around the gym, Hobart Gymnastics Academy in Bridgewater is looking forward to re