Divercity 79 May June 2015

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happy 100 for active violet

After opening night at the Palais Theatre on 21 May, the St Kilda Film Festival will screen at the St Kilda Town Hall until 30 May.

Mayor Cr Amanda Stevens

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Happy 100 to Violet

South Melbourne Community Chest Op Shop customers are regularly greeted by the warmth and cheer of Violet, a local resident and volunteer at the shop, who has just celebrated her 100th birthday.

Parties for centenarians Turning 100? When you hire a community facility for your party, you pay only for public liability insurance and a refundable security deposit ($27.50). Now that’s worth a party.

Hire a hall ww.portphillip.vic.gov.au/hiring_ w community_centres.htm


Building community immunity

An outbreak of whooping cough at a local primary school is a powerful reminder of the importance of timely vaccinations. Did you know that Port Phillip has a lower rate of vaccination than required to provide ‘herd’ immunity from serious infections including measles and whooping cough? Council is keen to help every parent get their child fully vaccinated. That’s why Council is working with schools and childcare centres to promote our free immunisation program. This Divercity has plenty of ideas for reducing, reusing and recycling, including a handy lift out that helps you make the most of Council’s rubbish and recycling services. A highlight is the innovative MyClimate online tool which shows you how much solar energy and

water falls on your home, enabling you to invest in energy and water saving with more confidence. Aspiring film makers and lovers of short film can look forward to the 32nd St Kilda Film Festival now with the added attraction of screenings at the St Kilda Town Hall. After opening night at the Palais, the 100 film program will play over nine nights at the town hall with a festival lounge and bar backed up by state of the art sound and screening technology. Lastly, we wish Violet (on the cover) a happy 100th birthday. Thank you Violet for your years of volunteering in our community.

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www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ contact_us.htm Phone: 03 9209 6777 Facsimile: 03 9536 2722 SMS: 0432 005 405 email: assist@portphillip.vic.gov.au

Meet The Furies

For more information please visit: www.relayservice.gov.au



Seniors get ready

Book of Boon Wurrung

Will your teapot, story or artwork be part of the Seniors Festival?

Council launches a history of the Yalukit Willam, the first peoples of Port Phillip.



Please contact ASSIST on 03 9209 6777 if you require a large print version. Audio recordings of Divercity are available on the City of Port Phillip website and on CD at Port Phillip libraries.

Divercity 79 - May / June 2015 Editor: Greg Day - gday@edunity.com.au Story suggestions are welcome: next deadline 22 May for July/September. Divercity feedback: divercity@portphillip.vic.gov.au Information included in this magazine is accurate at the time of publishing but may be subject to change.

Award for crafty sister

Don’t worry, be active

Luz Restrapo, the founder of SisterWorks, receives an award.

Football, netball, skateboarding we’ve got the lot.

The City of Port Phillip respectfully acknowledges the Yalukit Willam Clan of the Boon Wurrung. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past and present. We acknowledge and uphold their continuing relationship to this land. 3

Sisters Violet and Gwen have been volunteering at the Community Chest for decades.

Help identify illegal dumpers

Local shop an original recycler The South Melbourne Community Chest Op Shop has been selling secondhand treasures at its Bank Street address for around 60 years. Its well-priced, quality products are given a new lease of life before being put on the shelves and hung on racks. Proceeds from sales go to support local community and welfare groups. The shop welcomes volunteer

Cargo a go go The Elwood Toy Library now has a snappy red cargo bike available for two-week bookings. The library is the first in Australia to have a cargo bike for loan. The bike is part of a Council project to help young families rethink the way they carry goods and transport children. Why not borrow the bike to see how cycling could replace your first or second car? Borrow the bike www.elwoodtoylibrary.org 9531 1679


support and donations of quality pre-loved goods (please phone to confirm suitability before donating). Say hello to the friendly staff. 9699 6839 200 Bank Street, South Melbourne Monday - Friday, 10 am - 5 pm Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm The red cargo bike has arrived just in time for the Elwood Toy Library’s 30th birthday.

Council wants your assistance to identify people illegally dumping rubbish, to help reduce costs and improve the amenity of our streets. Council now receives more than 500 complaints every month about dumped rubbish, double the number in 2011. Council’s contractors collect 50 to 60 tonnes of illegal rubbish each month, mostly from nature strips and lanes. The dumped rubbish ranges from discarded furniture to abandoned household items like mattresses and fridges. Collecting this dumped rubbish is a significant cost to Council and can only be recouped when the person responsible for dumping the rubbish is identified. Illegal dumping is a serious offence and can carry penalties of up to $8,857 and / or one month imprisonment. Identify illegal dumpers assist@portphillip.vic.gov.au 9209 6777

Lucky day for Ride2school Ride2School Day was held on Friday 13 March and more local schools than ever before took part. In all, 12 out of 18 local schools joined in. From St Kilda Primary School, 87 per cent of students came by bike or scooter, or walked, which led to a significant decline in car travel for the school run that day.


Canal your enthusiasm

Green thumbs: McCarne Bell, Charles Saffroy and Karen Shar, with David Sparks in the background.

The Well Waters project has many ways you can volunteer to help improve the environment around Elster Creek, which feeds into Elwood Canal. You could survey wildlife, plant native flora or join one of the family friendly community working bees to clean up the area. Find out how volunteering can earn cash for school projects. Become a worker bee www.wellwatersworkbees.com

20 years growing strong

Mapping your local climate Council has worked with CSIRO and Monash University to develop an innovative new online tool MyClimate. With MyClimate you can see the average rainfall and the solar power potential of your location (within Port Phillip). Use it to investigate solar power and water saving options. Drill down to your locale www.enviroehub.com.au

St Kilda Indigenous Nursery Co-operative is celebrating 20 years since it was established by a group of five community members. It’s expanded from growing 10,000 native and indigenous plants a year to over 100,000. This not-forprofit nursery runs programs on how to propagate your own plants and how to identify 200 species of plants that

once grew in the coastal areas around Melbourne. The nursery is open to the public and there’s always a great variety of plants for sale. Support a growing cause www.skinc.com.au 525 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne Fridays and Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm

There are now five local Beach Patrol groups.

Locals on patrol Five local Beach Patrol groups have had a busy summer collecting over 700 bottles and cans, and 800 kilograms of other rubbish. Much of the rubbish is those plastic litter fragments that escape Council’s mechanical cleaning system. Residents are invited to join in the monthly Beach Patrol cleanups at their local beach. Make our beaches better www.beachpatrol.com.au

The simple-to-use MyClimate tool helps making the decision to go solar or invest in a rainwater tank easy!

check it out now

MyClimate www.enviroehub.com.au

Rate rebate for eligible pensioners

Do you have an unusual, interesting or antique tea pot? Submit it for inclusion in the Port Phillip Seniors Festival tea pot exhibition.

Rate payers with a Centrelink pension card or DVA gold card may be eligible for a Council funded rebate on rates in addition to the state government rebate. Eligible pensioners whose rates are over $712 can get the maximum combined rebate of $356, plus a $50 Fire Services Property Levy rebate. To receive the rebate you need to complete an application form, which is available at town halls and online. Please note that health care and seniors card holders are not eligible for the rebate. Apply for a rates rebate www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ rate-concessions.htm

Assistance to be independent

Excitement brewing for Seniors Festival Port Phillip residents over 55 are invited to submit fictional stories or poems on any topic, or a non-fiction piece about life in the municipality, for the Festival Writing Awards. Entries close Saturday 22 August. Senior visual artists are also invited to enter their favourite painting, drawing, ceramic art or sculpture for public display at the Festival Art

Building community immunity Cases of whooping cough at a local school have highlighted the importance of vaccination. 6

Exhibition. Entries close Friday 25 September.

Port Phillip Seniors Festival 12 - 18 October www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ seniors-festival.htm Sherridan Green 9209 6777 sgreen@portphillip.vic.gov.au Parts of Port Phillip have lower vaccination rates than the 95 per cent needed for ‘herd immunity’ from infections such as measles and whooping cough. Not vaccinating a child puts them and other children at serious risk of dangerous diseases and illnesses. Nationally there have been a number of deaths of infants from whooping cough who were too young to be immunised.

Council’s Home and Community Care (HACC) program provides support to older people and people with a disability who want to remain independent and safe within their home and their local community. Services include delivered meals, personal care, home care (assistance with domestic chores) and respite care to support the carer. Check your eligibility 9209 6592

The State Government plans to start a ‘No Jab No Play’ policy in 2016, which will stop children who are not fully immunised from enrolling in childcare unless they have an approved medical exemption or their parents have a conscientious objection. Free immunisation service www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ immunisation.htm Doug Martin 9209 6292

Luz at the SisterWorks stall St Kilda Esplanade Market.

Refugee works

Luz Restrapo, the founder of SisterWorks, has been recognised for her achievements with an International Women’s Day award.

Luz, a refugee from Colombia, has turned her feelings of isolation and disempowerment into a force for good. Believing that work empowers women, she established SisterWorks to support other refugee and asylum seeker women. SisterWorks helps women work towards financial independence by providing work experience selling beautiful handmade goods at local markets. Support SisterWorks St Kilda Esplanade Market (stall 97) Sundays from 10 am - 5 pm


what’s happening in your city Your guide to what’s on, in and around your city - www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/events Port Melbourne

South Melbourne

Albert Park

Middle Park


St Kilda




Pulitzer winning play

Noni plays mother

A spoonful of sugar

Friday 1 May - Saturday 23 May Red Stitch, 2 Chapel Street, St Kilda Annie Baker’s 2014 Pulitzer Prize winning play The Flick, about one of Massachusetts’ last remaining film projection cinemas, is returning to Red Stitch after last year’s sellout season. $20 - $39 redstitch.net

The price of fifteen minutes of fame

Friday 5 June - Saturday 6 June, 7.30 pm Gasworks Arts Park, 21 Graham Street, Albert Park Gasworks is premiering Daniel Keene’s Mother, a one-woman play written specifically for Noni Hazlehurst. This provocative story follows a homeless woman living on the fringe of society. $30 - $40 www.gasworks.org.au

Atmospheric art

Friday 15 May - Saturday 30 May, 8 pm The National Theatre, 20 Carlisle Street, St Kilda Mary Poppins is flying in - on her magic umbrella - to the National Theatre. CLOC Musical Theatre is bringing this family classic to life. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! $33 - $50 www.cloc.org.au

1300 362 547

Home front history

Saturday 2 May, Saturday 9 May and Saturday 16 May, 8 pm Jewish Museum, 26 Alma Road, St Kilda The Jewish Museum is holding readings of Noel Anderson’s provocative play, Andy Warhol 15 Minutes of Fame, which explores the attempted assassination of Warhol at The Factory in 1968. Includes complimentary admission to Andy Warhol’s Jewish Geniuses (7 pm - 8 pm). $25 / $30 www.jewishmuseum.com.au 8

Friday 8 May - Sunday 12 July Linden New Art, 26 Acland Street, St Kilda Atmosphere presents Alice Wormald’s paintings, Debbie Symons’ video work and a group exhibition, Tomorrow Never Dies. The works engage with pressing questions about climate change and the environment. Free www.lindenarts.org

Wednesday 29 April - Wednesday 20 May The Gallery, St Kilda Town Hall The Home Front exhibition will explore the experiences of Port Phillip residents during World War 1, from enlistment to homecoming, jubilation to despair. Free www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/the_gallery.htm


Forgotten heroes

Cemetery crims

National Sorry Day

Wednesday 6 May, 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm Emerald Hill Library & Heritage Centre, 195 Bank Street, South Melbourne

Sunday 17 May, 2 pm - 4 pm St Kilda Cemetery, main gates Dandenong Road

Tuesday 26 May, 12.30 pm South Melbourne Community Centre, 1 Ferrars Place

Hear historian and author Adair Bunnett OAM talk about the work of Harold Alexander and Sir John Monash as part of the National Trust Heritage Festival.

Join Friends of St Kilda Cemetery to learn about coroners, constabulary, crims and crime in nineteenth century Victoria.

Join Elders and Councillors at the Port Phillip Citizens for Reconciliation National Sorry Day lunch, MC’d by Dennis Fisher, aka Den the Fish.

heritage.portphillip.vic.gov.au 9209 6416

Valued volunteers

$10, free for members


Port Museum pop-up

Wednesday 6 May, 3 pm - 7pm St Kilda Town Hall

Monday 22 June, 7.30 pm Port Melbourne Town Hall, 333 Bay Street, Port Melbourne

More than six million Australians are volunteers. Why not become one yourself? Find out more at the Port Phillip Volunteer Expo, which is part of National Volunteer Week.

The Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation Society is holding a pop-up museum. Society members will display their most significant Port Melbourne object and tell the object’s story.


Get PORTogether Opening night:Tuesday 12 May 6 pm - 8 pm Tuesday 12 May - Sunday 31 May Gasworks Arts Park Foyer, 21 Graham Street, Albert Park An exhibition of images and stories from the PORTogether blog will be on display in the Gasworks Foyer. The exhibition offers a snapshot of life in Port Melbourne. www.portogether.weebly.com

Free, booking essential www.pmhps.org.au 9646 9360

Gold coin donation 9699 8804

Bon voyage Thursday 11 June, 1.30 pm - 3.00 pm Old School Hall, cnr Montague and Bank streets, South Melbourne Listen to author and photographer Janelle McCulloch share her passion for the romance and glamour of Provence and the French Riviera with the Emerald Hill Seniors. $5 emeraldhillseniors@gmail.com

Delicious May dining with heart Donate $4 after your meal at participating restaurants (including Donovans, Mr Wolf and Bella Cosi) throughout May. Your donations will help to provide hot and healthy meals at the Sacred Heart Mission.

Tuesday 26 May, 7 pm The Palais, Lower Esplanade, St Kilda Dine with heart at The Palais and enjoy a delicious formal dinner cooked by ten celebrity chefs in support of the Sacred Heart Mission. Dinner is served while you are seated on the Palais stage. $220 per head


Homeless Memorial Wednesday 17 June, 6.30 pm Peanut Farm Reserve, Chaucer Street, St Kilda The annual Homeless Memorial is an event held to remember people who have died in St Kilda parks due to homelessness. It is also a chance for people to work together to create a sense of community and belonging for people who are homeless. Kate Incerti 9209 6777


what’s happening in your city Port Melbourne

South Melbourne


Living the high life Wednesday 27 May, 6 pm - 9 pm Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston Street, Melbourne Do you own an apartment? Talk to experts, win prizes and learn how to reduce the running costs of your building at the Highlife Expo seminar. www.enviroehub.com.au

Fashionable botanical Saturday 6 June, 10 am - 3 pm Port Phillip EcoCentre, cnr Blessington and Herbert streets, St Kilda Learn how to use local native Australian plants to dye natural textiles, and enjoy a delicious vegetarian lunch.

$120 (includes lunch) Booking essential www.enviroehub.com.au

Albert Park

Middle Park



Walk it off Mondays, 11 am - 12 noon 18 Mitford Street, St Kilda Tuesdays, 9 am - 10 am Port Melbourne Town Hall, 333 Bay Street Join a Heart Foundation walking group to get healthy and make friends. All welcome. Ideal for slow to medium paced walkers. Free www.heartfoundation.org.au/walking 9525 1300

Free, donation appreciated www.trybooking.com/HJGL



Children’s underwater garden Sunday 10 May, 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm Linden New Art, 26 Acland Street, St Kilda Help Quandamook artist Elisa Jane Carmichael grow her sea bed installation of underwater gullies and caves, and create coral out of recycled materials to raise awareness of plastic pollution in the sea. Suitable for ages 5-15. $7, booking essential www.trybooking.com/HBMN

Reduce stiffness and pain while increasing your flexibility, strength and balance with these gentle two-hour workshops for seniors. Free www.senseinmotion.com 0416 688 418

Napoleon trained make-up artist Jemima Bartolo is offering free mini makeovers with any hair service booked at Avidity, Australia’s first social enterprise salon.

Join the Boon Wurrung Foundation and the Port Phillip EcoCentre for a shoreline shell survey filled with fascinating geography and Aboriginal history. An event for the whole family.


Thursday 28 May and Thursday 25 June, 2.15 pm - 4.15 pm Middle Park Community Centre, 254-256 Richardson Street

Mini makeovers

Tuesday 7 July, 10.30 am - 12 noon St Kilda Pier, off Pier Road (near Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron)


Fun with Feldenkrais

Saturday 16 May and Saturday 13 June 129 Beaconsfield Parade, Albert Park

Sort seashells by the seashore

St Kilda

Free www.avidityalbertpark.com 9696 7174

Legal Matters and Ageing Wednesday 17 June, 9.30 am - 12 noon Port Melbourne Town Hall, 333 Bay Street, Port Melbourne Learn about legal matters and ageing at this morning forum on seniors’ rights. Find support for growing old with dignity and independence. Free, booking essential 9209 6397

Tiny world terrariums Wednesday 1 July, 10 am - 12 noon Stall 90, South Melbourne Market, Cecil Street Put your green thumb to use next school holidays as you build your own tiny terrarium greenscape with succulents, stones and novelty items. Suitable for ages 5-12. $15, booking essential www.southmelbournemarket.com.au/ event/tiny-world-terrariums

Fiesta fever Wednesday 1 July, 1 pm - 3 pm Stall 90, South Melbourne Market, Cecil Street Have fun making Mexican crafts such as ojo de Dios (God’s eyes), tassels and skull artworks at this school holiday workshop run by Do Re Me Creative. Suitable for ages 5-12. $15, booking essential www.southmelbournemarket.com.au/ event/mexican-fiesta-day

Kate Just (centre) with Anna, Penelope, Suraya and Paula.

Banners Bold The Furies stand up

Kate Just’s renegade gang is angry, mournful and resistant. The Furies, four metre banners depicting twelve local women with a 50 year age span, some of them survivors of violence, stand boldly amongst the grand columns of the St Kilda Town Hall.

Kate, 2013 recipient of the Rupert Bunny Fellowship, was inspired by the recent murders of women, including St Kilda woman Tracy Connelly. The Furies confront the reality of violence against women and provide a public space for women to process their rage and grief.

The Furies stand tall Outside the St Kilda Town Hall until Tuesday 30 June 2015 11

Yalukit Willam: The River People of Port Phillip, is authored by local historian Meyer Eidelson and contains a suburb by suburb account of the Yalukit Willam clan and the landscape in which they lived.

The publication of the book reflects the aims of Council’s Reconciliation Action Plan, adopted in 2012. Copies are available for loan from local libraries and from Council’s Indigenous Policy Officer. Get the book Todd Condie 9209 6777 Photo: Tanya Fry (Newspix).

The ancient history of the Port Phillip region’s first peoples - the Yalukit Willam clan of the Boon Wurrung is presented in a new book published by Council.

The book of Boon Wurrung

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Boon Wurrung Elder Carolyn Briggs and Aunty Judith ‘Jacko’ Jackson are keen to share Indigenous stories


commu n i t y

Uncover your history

Next stop for fitness A new outdoor fitness station at Peanut Farm Reserve is now ready to use. The station has seven easy to use pieces of exercise equipment and instructional signage to help the community be fit and healthy. There are now fitness stations at

six locations across Port Phillip (including two Parks Victoria stations in Albert Park).

A new family history group will start at the Emerald Hill Library & Heritage Centre in early June. Led by Cathy Dodson an experienced family historian, these bi-monthly Saturday morning sessions will include training in the use of free family history databases, family research hints and tips, and a chance to share skills and research findings. Book a place in history 9209 6416 heritage.portphillip.vic.gov.au art&heritage@portphillip.vic.gov.au

Six fitness stations, one map www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ outdoor-fitness-stations.htm

Street gallery adds local colour The Port Melbourne Business Association (PMBA) has added dashes of colour to Bay and Beach streets with a series of artistic banners. PMBA invited local artists to enter artwork for the banners and Port Melbourne artist Amanda Tonkin-Hill was awarded the acquisitive prize of $2,000. Visit Bay and Beach streets to see ‘the gallery’.

David Wood, photographer, Portrait of unknown family, 1890s, Port Phillip City Collection.

Scouts are prepared for you The 1st Elwood Scout Group wants people of all ages to get involved in its group. The group is particularly looking for people to volunteer as group leader, assistant treasurer and website manager. No scouting background is necessary. Be prepared Jenni Eaton 0406 107 040

Dumping rubbish is illegal!

Elwood scouts on a recent bike hike

Help us identify illegal dumpers. Contact Council on 03 9209 6777 or email: assist@portphillip.vic.gov.au

Fines up to



Ten for ten in East Timor

Volunteer to promote St Kilda

The St Kilda Tourism Association Visitor Info Kombi has arrived and it needs volunteers. This mobile visitor info service provides information on everything to see, do, eat, drink and experience in St Kilda and surrounds. Become a Kombi volunteer www.stkildamelbourne.com.au

Friends of Suai/Covalima are planning a ten-person ten-day education study tour of East Timor in September. See this amazing developing country with an experienced tour guide, visiting schools and meeting teachers. Bookings required by 1 June. Be ed-venturous carlos@timoradventures.com.au Shirley 0448 514 333

New Art seeks old stories Linden has a new name. Linden New Art identifies the gallery as a home for new art and bold ideas. Next year marks the 30th anniversary of Linden operating as a public art gallery. They are looking for interesting stories or photographs about the grand old house and its eclectic history. Share arty anecdotes Jo Harkin 9534 0099 jo@lindenarts.org.

Help keep locals active Council’s Social Inclusion Service is looking for volunteers to assist with its Social Support Program. Volunteers provide companionship to participants, assist staff with the set up and pack up of programs, meal serving and cleaning; they also help participants to go between vehicles and venues. It’s a lot of fun and helps people stay connected with their community. Be included Tracey McAlpine 9209 6738 tmcalpin@portphillip.vic.gov.au 14

Acland Street set for a refresh Acland Street is getting ready for a $1.8 million refresh and you are invited to have your say. Next year, Public Transport Victoria will construct a new level access tram terminus for Route 96 on Acland Street between Belford and Barkly streets. Set to start in mid 2016, the construction will provide an opportunity for Council to refresh the look and feel of Acland Street. Public consultation during March and April sought feedback on ideas and priorities for the street. There will be another opportunity to provide feedback in the second half of 2015, when a draft concept plan, master plan, and art and activation strategy will be released. You are invited to find out more and to register to receive email updates. Keep track of changes portphillip.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay aclandstreet@portphillip.vic.gov.au 9209 6777

Acland Street consultation

Grand protest for refugees Melbourne Ports grandmothers have joined Grandmothers Against Detention of Refugee Children to record ‘Billy Lids’, a protest song written by Elwood resident Tracy Harvey. The recording features singers Susie Ahern, Rebecca Barnard, Tracy Bartram, Margaret Roadknight and others. Watch ‘Billy Lids’ Search YouTube for ‘Billy Lids Free the Children’

Best in bowl

Australia’s best Under 16 skaters converged on the St Kilda Marina Reserve for the Bowl Riot U/16 Australian Skateboard Championship in March.

Pictured is Jedd Mackenzie (aged 13) from Old Bar Newcastle who won 3rd Place U/16.

Cr Amanda Stevens Mayor Albert Park

mayor@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0481 034 029

Cr Bernadene Voss Deputy Mayor Sandridge

bvoss@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0413 246 704

Cr Vanessa Huxley Carlisle

Photo: Craig Coetsee (Globe).

Greenlight for pedestrians The Greenlight project has made crossing six major intersections easier for pedestrians after a Council investigation found inexpensive ways for VicRoads to increase pedestrian greenlight times. The intersections include St Kilda Road at High Street, Commercial Road at Arthur Street and Domain Road.

Game on for kids’ footy clinics

vhuxley@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0406 890 739

Cr Serge Thomann Catani

sthomann@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0432 299 372

Cr Anita Horvath Emerald Hill

ahorvath@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0438 906 161

Cr Andrew Bond Junction

Footy club adds hoops St Kilda City Football Club has expanded to include six netball teams, and is now known as St Kilda City Football Netball Club. The home ground is Peanut Farm Reserve in St Kilda. New players for netball and footy are welcome. Play well together www.stkildacity.com

Young Aussie Rules footballers are invited to join in a series of Kidskick skills sessions that will run until September. The hour-long Saturday small group sessions are a fun, safe way to help the youngsters develop skills and game concepts. Sessions are held at A. C. Wattie Watson Oval in Elwood and cost $15 per session.

abond@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0481 034 028

Cr Jane Touzeau Point Ormond

jtouzeau@portphillip.vic.gov.au Mobile 0432 287 634

Kick some goals Dino 0413 172 136 macmarn@bigpond.net.au


to view the 2015 immunisation calendar please visit www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/immunisation.htm or for further information contact aSSiSt on 03 9209 6777.


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