New artwork marks 10 years of Bridgewater Library

by Brighton Community News

In April, the Bridgewater Library celebrated 10 years at its Green Point Road address. Current staff were joined by former staff, volunteers and library supporters and management to recognise the occasion.

The library’s new art installation was officially launched on the day. The stunning piece of Tasmanian Aboriginal artwork reflects the kutalayna River (Jordan River) and the five communities that have made their homes alongside it – Bridgewater, Brighton, Gagebrook, Herdsmans Cove and Old Beach.

It’s best seen in person so pop into the library to get the best view.

Michelle from the popular Makebelieve Children’s Entertainment was on hand to entertain the visiting children with pipe cleaner figures and to sing some catchy tunes.

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