The latest Divercity is probably the most diverse we’ve ever produced – once again we showcase many ways that you can be more involved in your community.
Join others as they reflect on the centenary of Armistice Day in 1918. There’s a new peace garden and several neighbourhood walks to visit sites of significance related to WWI. You can learn about the War through the service stories of people from Heath Street in Port Melbourne – it’s fascinating and brings to life the service, sacrifice and enormity of events a century ago.
October also includes the Port Phillip Seniors Festival with three big dances to get feet tapping and hearts racing. Check the details alongside a range of other local events in October and November – including HOWLoween for doggies – woof woof.
Meet the stormwater detectives from Council who are using robot mounted CCTV to explore our stormwater drains and keep them flowing – watch for their nifty electric vehicle in a street near you soon.
On the cover, you’ll also meet Kamal who runs free soccer clinics for youngsters in Port Melbourne. As a refugee arriving in Australian in 2003, he’s followed an interest in football to get involved (and employed) in his community. Now he’s helping others enjoy the beautiful game and get involved.