19 December, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
WATCH YOUR WASTELINE THIS NATIONAL LEFTOVERS DAY!
National Leftovers Day occurs on the 26th of December and is an event encouraging Australians to love their leftovers and reduce food waste during the festive season and all year round.
For many people, Christmas is a time for food, celebrations and more food! With a little planning and some food saving tips under your belt, that extra piece of Christmas pudding or turkey leg doesn't need to go to waste. Check out our handy hints for reducing food waste below...
Happy Holidays and remember to WATCH YOUR WASTELINE!
This is a NSW EPA Waste Less Recycle More Initiative funded from the waste levyREADMORE
19 September, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
On Friday the 15th September, Mosman Youth ran a Girls Only Cook Off with a great bunch of girls in centre - check out the photos below!
12 girls came along to compete in three teams in our masterchef cook off!
The lovely dietician Kiara Carmody came with all the groceries and set the challenge...Make bliss balls, baked fish, a pineapple salsa boat AND a seven layer dip in 1 hour. Everyone did a fantastic job and completed all the recipes in time and delivered an epic feast that we all enjoyed! During dinner, Kiara gave us some great tips on lifestyle balance whilst studying, including a few suggestions for great foods to eat to fuel your brain. Check out the great photos of all the delicious food we made - it did NOT dissapoint!
A massive thankyou to Kiara for all the great tips and recipes (you can access her website HERE). Keep your eyes peeled on our socials for updates on upcoming Girls Only events - if you have any suggestions for Girls nights (Whatever it is, we'll try and make it happen!) please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1 September, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
Groovin' The Mind Vol. 2 supporting R U OK? Day!
For just a gold coin donation you will get served up some fresh pizza and killer tunes. Feat. Little Coyote Garner Band Amish Tech Support Left Hand God Alleyways & Carla Gates
Groovin' the Mind Vol. 2 is an upcoming youth-run event planned and created by Vocal Rewind!
The purpose of the event is to raise awareness for Mental Health and support R U OK?.
The event will see a killer line up of local bands and artists hitting the stage to deliver their fresh tunes to the people while raising awareness about mental health and asking R U OK?
Punters will get served up some free pizza and have the chance to purchase fairy floss and slushies to raise extra funds for R U OK?. A night not to be missed!
Venue: Mosman Youth Centre (30 The Crescent, Mosman)
Date: Thursday, 14th September
Gold Coin Donation
Headliners Little Coyote:READMORE
24 August, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
If you are a high school student who is living, studying, working or spending time in Mosman, join us for an evening where you can learn and create delicious food that will fuel your brain!
The night will kick off with a Masterchef- style cook off lead by dietician, Kiara Carmody. You can check out Kiara Carmody's website HERE. While enjoying your delicious creations, Kiara will run a workshop on lifestyle balance whilst studying and dive into the best foods to fuel your brain!
This event is FREE and for GIRLS ONLY!
There are limited spots for this event - register NOW to secure your place at this fantastic event!
Register here: bit.ly/girlsonlymosman
If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions, send us an email at email@example.com and we'd be happy to accommodate them!
15 August, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
Week Two of FRESH Snacks brings you an easy recipe for delicious mini pancakes!
In week two, Mospress & F.R.E.S.H cooked up some bite-sized pikelets for after school snacks! These are so simple and quick to make, and taste great topped with any type of fruits and maple syrup! With the addition of a gluten and dairy free member this week, we made an alternate recipe that still tasted completely delicious without the milk and gluten! Read below for the recipes...
- 3/4 cup milk (for dairy free: any plant based milk - we used soy!)
- 1 egg
- 1 cup self-raising flour (for gluten free: 1 cup gluten free self-raising flour)
- 1 tablespoon caster sugar
- Melted butter or oil to brush pan
- Toppings of choice: we used sliced strawberries, bananas and blueberries with icing sugar dust and maple syrup!
1. Whisk the milk and egg together in a bowl
2. Sift the flour and sugar together into a bowl and add a pinch of salt. Pour the egg and milk mixture together into the flour mixture.
3. Mix well until combined.
4. Heat up a non stick pan over media heat with a dash of oil or butter .
5. Place tablespoons of batter onto the hot pan and flatten with a spatula
6. Flip pikelets when bubbles start to burst on the top surface and they are golden brown.
7. Serve with your favourite toppings of choice!
Working hard in the Mosman Youth Centre Kitchen to bring together our fantastic recipe!
A behind the scenes shot from our Mospress member writing this blog post....multi-tasking at it's finest !
Photography & Blog Post: Kent Baptis & Sean Luo
2 August, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
Vocal Rewind are currently seeking registrations from BANDS to perform at their upcoming event - Groovin' the Mind!
Band registration closes: Monday 28 August, 2017
Groovin' the Mind Vol. 2 is an upcoming youth-run event planned and created by one of Mosman Youth's volunteer groups - Vocal Rewind! The purpose of the event is to raise awareness for Mental Health and support the R U OK?. See below for information on the event and details for band registration!
Venue: Mosman Youth Centre (30 The Crescent, Mosman)
Date: Thursday, 14th September
For more information on performing* and to REGISTER your band for Groovin' the Mind:
*Please note that bands will be paid a performance fee for this event
If you have not performed at a Mosman Youth event before (i.e. your band may not be known to us), please submit to us a link to your music (youtube, soundcloud, etc) so that our Vocal Rewind members can select bands for the event. If you are known to us, please specify in your contact the last event you performed at and the name of your band and members.
Thanks & we look forward to hearing from you! This is a really good opportunity to play for a large crowd at a youth event with supportive volunteers and staff!
This event is funded by the Music NSW Indent Development Grant and organised by the Mosman Youth Volunteering group, Vocal Rewind. This is a drug and alcohol free event.
7 July, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
If you are 12-25 years old and live, work, or hang out in Mosman it's time to have your say!READMORE
27 March, 2017, By web team IN Feature Articles
F.R.E.S.H. (formerly NEST) - Mosman Youth's volunteering program that focuses on activities around healthy eating and nutrition - have ended term 2 by running two workshops for the children that attend Mosman Before and After School Care at the Mosman Drill Hall.READMORE
19 September, 2016, By web team IN Beat the Blues
October is Mental Health Month! Join Mosman Youth Services and Mosman Library at the first ever Market For Your Mind to help raise awareness for youth mental health in Mosman. The market will feature stalls from special guests including headspace and info on how to manage study stress, anxiety, and promote the link between being outdoors and mental wellbeing.READMORE
4 April, 2016, By web team IN Feature Articles
Interested in radio producing, announcing, interviewing and programming? Want to know what goes on behind the scenes in a radio station? Then this opportunity is for you...READMORE
6 August, 2015, By web team IN Feature Articles
Want to know how you can build resilience against negative messages in media? Think there is a lot of pressure out there to look or act a certain way? Then we have the speaker for you...READMORE
7 October, 2014, By web team IN Feature Articles
On the 19th September, members of the community came together for a great night of jazz down at Balmoral beach...beautiful sunshine, gorgeous music...no better way to kick off spring!READMORE
7 July, 2014, By web team IN Feature Articles
You often hear people talk about 'life-changing experiences'. As clichéd as it sounds, I define a life-changing event as one that makes you discover more about yourself, or think about yourself in a different way.READMORE
17 June, 2014, By web team IN Feature Articles
Chat with just a few people who have been on the wrong end of a sour exchange with a young person from the 21st Century and you could be forgiven for believing that these characteristics define today’s youth.READMORE