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Beach volley ball @ Sea Baths
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 6 pm sign up
All teams and individuals welcome (first in best dressed) for casual beach volleyball tournaments. Turn up with your work mates, your other mates, or enter on your own and they’ll hook you up. Each player gets a free beer, wine or softie from Republica as well as a pizza for each team to share at the end of the night. $80/team, $20/player or $15/student
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space2b-newRefugee retail space and more @ Space2b
Space2b is a not-for-profit supporting refugees by showcasing design skills and business incubation. They have a new retail space and workshop in Chapel Street where you can see and purchase a range of locally made clothing, jewellery and toys.
114 Chapel Street (opposite St Kilda Primary)
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Co-working chin wag @ Alex
Thursday 24 November, 6.00 pm – 8.30 pm
Organised by the Council, this networking event focuses on co-working space and features a panel of co-working advocates.
More info : Virginia Miller 03 9209 6361 business@portphillip.vic.gov.au
Bookings required

Ol’ 55, Jo Jo Zep @ Palais
Thursday 24 November, 8 pm
Old pub rocker heaven. Two bands, classic line ups, classic hits (and misses). You’ll be Takin’ it greasy, on the prowl and looking for an echo after this.
Not sure about the Falcon’s line up – my favourite was always included Wayne Burt 🙂
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Matt Andersen @ Memo
Friday 25 November, 8 00 pm
In 2010 Matt became the first Canadian to win Memphis’s famed International Blues Challenge, which led to festival dates in France, Italy, and the US, where he toured with Old Crow Medicine Show as well as Randy Bachman, Bo Diddley, Little Feat, America, Loverboy and April Wine.
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Two Birds Brewery By Bike @ BUG
Saturday, 26 November, 9.30 am
OK, this isn’t in St Kilda, but the Port Phillip Bicycle Users Group are honorary St Kilda types. Join them for a trip across the river by punt, then a pedal before a brew at Two Birds Brewery before punting back to civilisation (only joking).
Meet at Westgate Landing, Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne
Please book | More info ppbugrides@gmail.com

Julio Iglesias @ Palais
Saturday 26 November
Julio Iglesias, the best-selling Latin artist in history, has sold over 300 million albums. Here’s your chance to soak up the charm.
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Open Air Cinema @ South Beach
Saturday 26 November – Wednesday 21 December, 6 pm – 11 pm
Cinema by the bay is back. A blend of movies, music, food and icecream sponsors. Opens with Tom Hanks in Inferno. Highlight of the season could be the Grease sing-along Monday 5 December – ah, Summer Love. $25 at the gate, cheaper online

Mitzvah Day celebration @ JewMu
Sunday 27 November, 10.30 am – 3.30 pm, free
You are invited to the JewMu for a day of family friendly fun, celebrating the unique friendship and rich cultural heritages of the Jewish and Sudanese communities of Melbourne. Stand Up and Temple Beth Israel have put together a day of activities including arts and crafts, music and dance, sports activities, guided tours, challah baking, a delicious BBQ and more. This is great stuff.
26 Alma Rd, St Kilda
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Footy club fundraiser @ Memo
Sunday 27 November, 6 pm
Help raise dosh for the local St Kilda City footy and netball club at this all-star turn-out hosted by Brain Nankervis. Cheer on as footballers challenge performers.
Footy stars Bob Murphy (Western Bulldogs), Matthew Richardson(Richmond Tigers), Michael Gale (Lions/Richmond) vs Performers Rhys Muldoon (Actor/Director – House Husbands), Tex Perkins and Tim Rogers. Also music performances from ‘Cookin’ on 3 Burners’ with special guests Stella Angelico and Billy Miller. Tix and info

Gatorade Triathlon Elwood @ Elwood Park
Sunday 27 November
Running, riding, swimming – though beautiful Elwood and St Kilda.
Road closures: Beaconsfield Parade, Marine Parade, Jacka Boulevard, Point Ormond Avenue, Ormond Esplanade and Head Street. Closure Kerferd Road to St Kilda Street. More info