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Why community and connection are so important

Steph Ryan MP

This magazine throws a spotlight on the stories of more than 50 community groups and businesses, and over 110 people in Kilmore.

I’d like to thank each and every person who gave their time to share their stories.


Kilmore Art Society at Oddfellows

Updated: Oct 6, 2018

When Oddfellows, Kilmore’s newest café opened, it was only natural that the Kilmore Art Society would find their way there to a new home.

The community group, which was established in 1988 are now located in a beautiful mezzanine studio above the eatery. It’s a chance for the artists to gather and to create, and members of the public to see the artwork and meet the makers.

President Helen Miles and committee member Cheryl Eve couldn’t be happier with the new space. “It’s just fantastic,” the duo says. “We’ve not been here very long and already some of our paintings and works have sold.” Cheryl smiles, “Plus, I think Oddfellows are doing well out of us, coffee-wise, too!”

Whether its coffee or a turmeric latte the people come for, Oddfellows is open, light and hip. With a view to the adjoining Mill Street laneway, the new art and café precinct is a delightful addition to the town.


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