14 March 2015
Some Events to look forward to
Two community lead events
· At Fullarton Park Community Centre there is a Sri Lanka Food Festival from 11am – 3pm. The day will host a variety of Sri Lankan food with cultural entertainment and dance.
· Goodwood Orphanage Park is hosting Dogapalooza from 10am – 3pm. A City of Unley supported, Fringe fundraiser event to raise money and awareness for local animal rescue facilities. There will be acoustic music, discounted dog washing, fundraising & information/educational stalls and animal adoptions.
Ignite Unley Outdoor Cinema event at Howard Florey Reserve, it will be the first time we have hosted an event in this particular park. Robin Williams film Jumanji will be screened with the event running from 6pm – 9:45pm. There will be live music, food trucks, children’s activities and a sausage sizzle by the Broughton Art Society who reside within the park.
Sturt Football Club Season Launch/Welcome event for International Students, 5.30 - 7.30pm at Unley Oval
International students living in the City of Unley have been invited to attend the Sturt Season launch. There will be food and drink, a ‘kick and catch’ session, fun activities, competitions, show bags and the opportunity for students to voice their opinions and ideas about Unley. We will be picking up students from four hostels in Unley on our community bus. All are welcome.
Planning is underway for a joint event with Australia China Business Council to run a Chinese film screening on the Village Green with several local cafes being invited to participate.
April / May also sees The City of Unley’s Anzac Centenary events being held in our Museum, Libraries and across Council.
A community run event, supported by The City of Unley, will be held at Souter Park, Goodwood. Flossie’s Vintage Fair 10am – 3pm. Flossie’s Vintage Fair promises to be a country style event, where people of all ages can come and enjoy the old school atmosphere. Different to fairs today which often consist of rides and loud music, the aim is to give people the chance to slow down, sit on a picnic rug, enjoy the fresh air and be a part of the community. Visitors to the Fair will be able to have fun dressing up in vintage hats and accessories for a Polaroid photo, buy handmade products from small businesses that use vintage materials or have a vintage twist and an assortment of other activities.