The Central Coast Chamber of Commerce held a very successful event in Ulverstone on  Friday night which was well attended by over 130 business and community leaders.
Dubbed “Party at the Lodge” the evening was a celebration of the renovation and repurposing of the Masonic Lodge into two spaces for fantastic local businesses, Silver Dove Photography and Framing Studio and Mind & Body Bar.
The Old Lodge has filled with life again as business and community leaders from all over the Central Coast enjoyed fresh Tasmanian produce generously provided by local producers Anvers Chocolates, Ashgrove Farm, Rhuby Delights, Van Diemen’s Land Creamery and Mr Benny Parsons from The Nut House. The drinks supplied by the Goodstone group and the Chamber Committee members. 
President of the Central Coast Chamber, Nathan Kelly said “the event was very exciting for all of our members, guests & sponsors and it was great to be part of a new chapter in the life of the Chamber of Commerce and Central Coast businesses.
This week sees the Grand Opening of Fullife Pharmacy in Ulverstone on Thursday and the next Chamber event will be the Office Professionals Breakfast on the 11th of May. 
“There’s a lot happening on Central Coast businesses calendar it’s really a great time for all businesses to get involved,” said, Mr Kelly.