Bloomfield Street Park, Cleveland will be buzzing with exciting performances and art installations on Saturday 6 December 2014.
Buzz in the Park, organised by Curated Spaces, will be happening from 10am – 1pm in the heart of Cleveland at Bloomfield Street Park and will combine art and music displays.
Mayor Karen Williams said this free event would also be a perfect opportunity for people to view the final plans to the upgrade of this community park.
“We’ve listened to the community, come up with a great design and welcome people coming along on Saturday to see what we have planned,” Cr Williams said.
“Construction is set to begin in early 2015, and by mid-next year we will have a flexible, family-friendly, multifunctional space that will invigorate Cleveland Central Business District and attract new people and events to this great part of our City.”
Divisional Councillor Craig Ogilvie the new park would have improved seating and lighting, free WiFi, new trees, a performance stage, power in key locations for events, open grass spaces and refurbished toilets.
“Bloomfield Street is one step closer to becoming a vibrant centre of community events and activities, and Buzz in the Park is a great example of its potential,” he said.
“Events like this will have a better and brighter home when the Bloomfield Street Park Transformation Project is completed next year.”
Performances and displays at Buzz in the Park will include Redlands Ladies Drum Corps, interactive sand art with Craig Tapp and weaving at Carly Kotynski’s ‘The Making Place’ installation.
For more details on Buzz in the Park contact Tricia Dobson:
• P: 3409 1796