Former Narre Warren mayor leaves generous legacy

November 7, 2017 by  

The family of Mick Morland have joined with the City of Casey in founding an annual award for a worthy community cause in his name.

First elected as a [Read more]

Narre Warren to celebrate opening of Bunjil Place

October 7, 2017 by  

The City of Casey will soon open its new municipal building, Bunjil Place. A hub of activity for everything from exhibitions to theatre performances, it will [Read more]

Local school to perform moving dance piece in Melbourne

September 10, 2017 by  

A theatrical dance piece entitled ‘96’ has been chosen for the State Final of the Wakakirri Competition.

The name [Read more]

Narre Warren gets ready for new library

August 10, 2017 by  

As anticipation builds over the new Bunjil Place complex, readers in Print company in Narre Warren printing services Narre Warren are preparing to say goodbye to their old library and welcome its [Read more]

Duo to serenade folk club in Berwick

July 7, 2017 by  

Music lovers from Print company in Narre Warren printing services Narre Warren and nearby suburbs will soon be able to enjoy Tidal Moon at the Old Cheese Factory, hosted by the Berwick Folk Club.

Performers Jose Garcia and [Read more]

Winter Arts Festival presents live music in Narre Warren Library

June 9, 2017 by  

As part of the three month long Winter Arts Festival, several libraries in the City of Casey including Print company in Narre Warren printing services Narre Warren, Cranbourne, Hampton Park and Endeavour Hills, will be presenting live music this weekend. [Read more]

Nominations open for prestigious art award

May 9, 2017 by  

Artists in Print company in Narre Warren printing services Narre Warren and other suburbs of Casey may be eligible for the 2017 Lindsay King Arts Award.

The award is granted annually by the City of Casey to recognise local artists who have contributed to their community through their art. The award has been in place since 2007, and is named after one of Casey’s best-known personalities.

Lindsay King was the Town Crier for Casey, and belonged to Cranbourne Historical Society. He worked hard to promote tourism and a love of the arts in the Casey community. Cranbourne’s floral clock, which was created in his memory, is often printed on postcards, calendars and other promotional products.

After his death in 2007, the award that bears his name was started for others like him, whose work inspires passion for local artistic endeavours. Until 2014, awards were made each year for both visual and performing arts. Past winners include Sharon Start, Revati Ilanko and Gregory Marks.

Possible candidates should be members of an arts group or organisation that serves the artistic needs of their suburb, and be instrumental in providing their expertise to encourage artistic development in their community. Organisations, self-nominations and past winners are not eligible for entry.

Nominations open on May 15 and close on June 18. A nomination form is available on the Casey website.

Narre Warren artist presents exhibition of digital paintings

April 19, 2017 by  

Artist Gino Ciancio has a collection of 15 paintings on display in the Civic Centre Art Space, in Magid Drive, Print company in Narre Warren printing services Narre Warren.

The exhibition, entitled [Read more]

State funding provides helping hand to city sports facilities

March 23, 2017 by  

Victorian State funding to the value of $1m will be injected into sports facilities within the City of Casey.

Judith Couacaud Graley, MP for Print company in Narre Warren printing services Narre Warren South, who [Read more]

Work out with kids in playground Playnasium

February 21, 2017 by  

The opportunity for parents to play with their kids while also working out has been launched for the first time in Australia in the City of Casey.

The YMCA Playnasium equipment was [Read more]

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