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We hope that you are all safe and well and coping the best you can with the changing environment that COVID19 has us all in. Though Council has closed its doors and moved all services to online and telephone in light of COVID-19 Pandemic that doesn’t...

If you are a City of Clarence ratepayer or tenant of a Council owned property you may be eligible for hardship assistance in the payment of overdue rates and charges where: You are unable to pay amounts when due and payable for reasons beyond your...

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing” – George Bernard Shaw Join us for our first inter-generational playgroup with the children from the Clarence City Council Family Day Care Scheme, in partnership with CHAT. Activities include:  Painting  Stretch and...

Please join Advocacy Tasmania, Legal Aid and COTA to shine some light onto the following topics: •What is elder abuse? •What are the risk factors of elder abuse? •What are red flags that someone you know may be experiencing harm? •Increasing Community Awareness Around Elder Abuse •Where to go for...

Following on from their success of their first intergenerational street art project, COTA Tasmania, Clarence City Council, RACV, and Eastlands have joined forces to bring Piecing It Together to the Eastern Shore. If you have a love of art, are aged between 13 to 18...

22nd Annual Seniors Week! COTA Tasmania has facilitated another wonderful program of events and this year’s theme is “Connections”. We have made it easier for you to see what’s happening locally. Take a look at all the fantastic activities on offer in Clarence. Many are...

Walk the lovely Clarence Foreshore Trail from Kangaroo Bay to the Howrah Men’s Shed, then a superb BBQ lunch. Find out more about what sheds do in the community and connect with new people. Length of walk: approximately 5.6 km, easy terrain, mostly accessible. Sunday 20 October...

It's Autumn, and Clarence High School is hosting a special Chat and Chew on Wednesday the 15 May - soup, toasties and apple slice. To find out more and book a spot, please see the flyer Chat and Chew 15 May 2019 To see what other great social...

Council through its Youth Network Advisory Group and Positive Ageing Advisory Committee, is pleased to be working with Hobart Playback Theatre Company. The Company  received a partnership grant from council to support the Our Shared Space (OSS) program for the next 3 years. The OSS program celebrates...

Social Eating Programs 2019 Start the New Year with some wonderful options to take a walk and catch up with new or old friends over the festive season at one of the many social eating programs across Clarence. Check out the cafes, book in for a lunch,...

Stories of finding meaning in caregiving - from family carers of people living with dementia Are you a primary carer for someone living with dementia in the community? Interested in sharing your story to help support other carers? Want to help raise community awareness about the...

Have you heard of the Clarence Community Volunteer Service?  It connects community volunteers with people aged 18 to 64 years with a disability, and people 65 or older (or those 50 years or older and identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander), who require support to live...

This free award winning program is back again in 2019, starting on the 26 February! It takes a holistic approach to the health and wellness of older people, with a focus on maintaining independence, and contributing to significant lifestyle changes (big or small) that can have a...

Thursday 18 October Food and movement connect people. Come on a beautiful foreshore walk ‘stomp’ from Kangaroo Bay and Bellerive Beach, ending in a celebration of food 'chomp’ at Clarence High School hosted by the catering students. Stomp 10.00am - Walk leaving from Kangaroo Bay Parklands (meet by...

Clarence – an age friendly city and community. Years ahead.