Paul and Marco celebrate 10 years
@ Fitzrovia on Fitzroy Street
This Week in St Kilda #231
Father’s Day options
Food, music and cars
Meet more Council candidates
Zoom forums on arts and childcare
No Pink Cowboys @ local binge worthy product
Fitzrovia turns 10 @ Fitzroy Street
Partners in business (and in life, for 30 years) chef Paul Jewson and Marco Pugnaloni opened Fitzrovia ten years ago. Celebrate with them by treating yourself to quality takeaway, maybe for Dad’s Day – who knows.
Shop online free local delivery or click & collect.
Opening Hours: 8 am – 3 pm daily
Other local Father’s Day treats
The Grosvenor Hotel
has a $150 Father’s Day 3-course meal pack -delivery or pick-up.
Check the menu
The Espy and Mya Tiger
have options from $35 pp and even a video on how to navigate the selections. Tasty
Check the options
Virtual Father’s Day Car Show @ Acland Street
Sunday 6 September, 1 pm – 5 pm
This Father’s Day Car Show will be a Virtual Online Car & Bike Show. Still a team effort with the Acland Street Traders.
Pop-up COVID testing @ Star Health
Free walk up testing
Star Health is working with DHHS to provide free COVIDtesting onsite in public housing, and near community housing and health centres.
Monday 31 August
87 Grey St, 10 am – 1 pm
Crest on Barkly, 47 Barkly St, 11 am – 2 pm
Wednesday 2 September
150 Inkerman St, 9 am – 3 pm
17 The Esplanade, 10 am – 3 pm
Friday 4 September
180 Mills St, 9 am – 2 pm
31 Grey St, 12 pm – 4:30 pm
Details updated every Friday
Sunday sessions “revisited” @ Memo
Sundays until 13 September
Memo is restreaming four great live shows from earlier this year.
Each will be available for viewing for 48 hours only. $15 each
Bowie: Golden Years “Revisited”
Sunday 6 September, 7.30 pm
The Black Sorrows “Revisited”
Sunday 13 September, 7.30 pm
Creative connections to nature @ EcoCentre Zoom
Thursday 10 September, 6 pm
Explore inner-creativity and links to nature through writing and drawing activities.
Ideal for inexperienced writers and drawers. Free
Early education forum @ PPP zoom
Tuesday 15 September 8 – 9 pm
With Council elections looming, Progressive Port Phillip is hosting a zoom discussion about the need for major investment in early education and childcare. Includes guest speaker Jay Weatherill, former SA Premier and CEO of the Minderoo Foundation’s “Thrive By Five” initiative.
No lights, no camera, no action? @ PPP zoom
Thursday 17 September, 6 – 7 pm
With the arts hard hit, Progressive Port Phillip is zooming with the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance, to discuss the importance of the arts to Port Phillip. What can Council do? What’s happening – or not – at the State and Federal levels?
Ron S. Peno & Cam Butler @ Memo live stream
Sunday 20 September, 7:30 pm
FINGERS Xed: Playing songs from the three albums by The Superstitions, Ron and Cam present these as intimate rearrangements; semi-improvised and electric, loose but always exciting and full of emotion. $15
Val McDermid @ 20th Davitt Awards
Saturday 26 September, 8 pm – 9 pm
Sisters in Crime Australia is thrilled that Val McDermid will present its 20th Davitt Awards for the best crime books by Australian women and published in 2019.
Free but you can by a supporters ticket $10
No Pink Cowboys @ YouTube
A popular locally created iso-binge
Produced and created by local Fabiana Weiner and Jonathon Gittus, No Pink Cowboys follows the lives of Annabelle (Fabiana Weiner) and Sam (Jackson Tozer), two ex-lovers-turned-best-friends looking for love everywhere but with each other.
View complete season
Nominations for Council close on Friday 22 September
Meet RoPP endorsed candidates @ RoPP teamcasts
Visit their website
Canal Ward: Elwood, Balaclava, Ripponlea & St Kilda East
Wednesday 2 September, 7:30 – 8:30 pm
Lake Ward: St Kilda, St Kilda West, Middle Park, Albert Park & part Windsor
Saturday 5 September, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Gateway Ward: South Melbourne & Port Melbourne
Tuesday 8 September, 7:30 – 8:30 pm
Meet the RoPP endorsed candidates, learn about their values and policy directions, and fund raise to help elect them
RSVP by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please specify which meeting you want to attend
We offered the RoPP candidates the opportunity to reply to our five questions for inclusion, but nothing was received by deadline – the offer still stands.
In their own words: TWiSK questions for each new candidate
This Week …
Canal WardWho is Warwick Cahir?
I am an energetic and independent local. I live in Elwood with my partner and work in law enforcement in Port Phillip. I’m a tragic for local coffee, anything beach related and multiple nights of local sport at Albert Park (pre COVID).
Why is Warwick running for council?
Like many ratepayers, I have been left scratching my head at the decision making of the current council. I will bring a fresh voice to council and focus on local governance and community safety/amenity rather than big party issues from big party candidates.
What does he hope to achieve?
I hope to inject a sense of accountability into the council and transparency into decision making especially where rates money is concerned. I want to increase scrutiny of all spending and hopefully find some savings for the betterment of the local community.
How has he been involved in the local community?
Being someone who lives and works in the City of Port Phillip, I spend a great portion of my time in this community. I’ve been a long-term renter in Port Phillip and in the last year have been fortunate enough to buy my first home here. I am passionate about supporting local businesses and do so at every opportunity.
Is Warwick a member of any political party or advocacy group?
I am a member of the Liberal Party and share the same values in relation to lean, effective government and individual freedoms. However, I have not sought endorsement or support from any group. I am running an independent and self-funded grassroots campaign.
Meet Warwick on Facebook
Provided by Warwick 27 Aug 2020