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Local pre-poll voting @ Betty Day
Monday – Friday, Betty Day Centre, 67 Argyle St, 8.30 am – 6 pm
With the election in school holidays, there will be plenty of demand for early voting.
Local voter Dave Hughes got in early and meet candidates Michael Danby (ALP), Steph Hodgins-May (Greens) and Owen Guest (Liberal) at pre-polling (pic thanks to Steph’s Facebook page).

Citizen Science with the EcoCentre
Tuesday 28 June, 10 am – 11 am, Middle Park Beach pier
Ideal school holiday activity – have fun with the bay keeper learning about coastal erosion monitoring at Middle Park beach. This is a hands-on activity, fun for everyone, and recommended for all ages. No experience or environmental knowledge required. Discover the exciting world of #citizenscience.
$5 for up to 14 years and $10 for 15+ years. Or if need be come along for free.
Bookings and info: Sar  9534 0670 on Tuesday – Thursday

Einstein: The Musical @ Theatre Works
30 June – 10 July
The premier of  new Australian musical by writer and lyricist Jess Newman (VCA), invites audiences into the little known, tumultuous personal life of iconic physicist Albert Einstein.
Tix and info 

Bookshop performance with the Bashevis Singers @ Readings
Thursday 30 June, 6.30 pm
A night of stunning song with the Bashevis Singers, the children of generations of people who lived their lives in Yiddish. Husky Gawenda and Gideon Preiss are members of the popular band Husky, and Evie Gawenda is a playwright and theatre director. When they sing together in Yiddish, the past, the present and the future are rendered timeless.
Free, but please book

gallery_journeyJourneys @ The Gallery
Until 6 July, St Kilda Town Hall
A multimedia exhibition featuring artists and designers involved with Space2b Social Design, a social enterprise supporting new migrants, refugees and asylum seekers. The exhibition features large scale photographic works by Andy Drewitt. Each person shares a memento, a small reminder of their homeland. These signifiers encapsulate devotion, creativity, the playful, the maternal.
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 5 pm

Vegout Framers Market @ Peanut Farm
Saturday 2 July, 8.30 am – 1 pm
Grab a famous chia or a bacon & egg sandwich while you shop for produce. I like the rhubarb
More info


misu casaMi Casa Su Casa @ 4Dverse Hub
Sunday 3 July, 4,pm – 8,pm
A relaxed and casual music event with delicious toasties, hot chocolate and live local talent, my house is your house. This Winter warmer promotes new and emerging musicians by providing a friendly audience and a cosy, lounge room style platform.
Dverse Hub
1/118A Carlisle St St Kilda
$5 entry
The Bridge On The River Kwai @ Astor
Sunday 3 July, 7 pm
David Lean classic, futility and dignity through discipline in the face of unspeakable cruelty – Alex Guiness at his best.
Info and tix



And from last week ….

The Honey Bees @ Red Stitch
Until 16 July
There’s a buzz about Red Stitches world premiere of The Honey Bees.
Tix and info