Council now as an advisory committee on multicultural issues with a world of experience. Packed with familiar and new faces, the committee will help council make Port Phillip a more welcoming place for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
There’s also a call out from the South Melbourne Life Saving Club for more people to get involved and help them make the most of their beautiful and practical new facilities.
With climate a hot topic, its good to know that more trees will help keep us cool. Meet senior arborist Greg Mitchell who is part of a team adding over 1000 new trees every year to our streets and parks.
To prove that time does fly, its forty years since the first St Kilda Festival attracted 30,000 locals in 1982. We reconnect with MaryLou Jelbart, former St Kilda Councillor who helped start the event back in the day.
Homework has never been more fun than at the Homies Homework Club at Emerald Hill Library in South Melbourne. Meeting weekly just across from the famous Australian National Music Academy, the club attracted volunteer musicians from the academy who then introduced the Homies to an orchestra. Now that’s not your average homework.
Plus four pages of summer time events; festive, foreshore and community.
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