Beats Working Exhibition @ 4Dverse Gallery
Until 5 March
A fun exhibition of the works of Carl Gardiner former Mushroom Marketing director
Shrove Tuesday Pancakes @ Christ Church St Kilda
Tuesday 28 February, 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm
There will be pancakes and toppings for a gold coin donation. Eat them in the Christ Church garden or take them home to have for dessert. Bring your family and friends..
Christ Church, 14 Acland St
Vegan talk and banquet @ Mr Natural
Wednesday 1 March, 7 pm
Enjoy Talk ‘n’ Tucker at Mr Natural Gourmet Pizza with Mark Doneddu, President of Vegetarian Victoria and nutrition expert. $25
Library book sale @ St Kilda Library
Thursday 2 March, 10.00 am – 3.00 pm
Book sales are returning to St Kilda Library – you might find some treasures to keep for good! More info
International Women’s Day @ Town Hall
Thursday 2 March, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Be Bold for Change is the theme of the IWD event at the St Kilda Town Hall. Join your gal pals to hear top speakers including Clementine Ford, Haleh Homaei and Georgie Stone (trans advocate and Elwood College student).
Kerser 18+ @ Prince
Friday 3 March, 8.00 pm
Emcee Kerser has stuck to his word and created another album for the coming year.
Tix and info
Blue Bros @ Astor
Friday 3 March, 7.30 pm
Cure your blues and listen to both kinds of music – country & western. Don’t worry maam, they’re musicians.
Tix and info
Beerfest @ Catani Gardens
Saturday and Sunday 4 – 5 March
Sat 12 noon – 8 pm | Sun 11 am – 7 pm
Over sixty craft beer & cider breweries, gourmet food stalls & more. Comedy and master classes.
$25 per day, $35 weekend
Clean up the beach
Sunday 5 March
Local Beach Patrol groups are powering up for a massive Clean Up Australia Day 2017. Join them for a social day that has a feel good factor.
Use your postcode to find your local group
Open Day @ CBC St Kilda
Sunday 5 March, noon – 3.00 pm
With adjacent sister school, Presentation College Windsor and our adjacent primary school, St Mary’s Primary.
All welcome. 11 Westbury Street
Sixteen Legs with Neil Gaiman @ Astor
Sunday 5 March, 2 pm
Exclusive to The Astor – Neil Gaiman and the Sixteen Legs filmmaking team will be in attendance for a very special screening of this documentary with a difference, courtesy of Bookend Trust. Tix and info
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The Forgotten Factory @ Laneway Artspace
Until 23 April
A living history exhibition about the history of the lanes around The Laneway Artspace (148A Barkly Street). This was the former site of Rodd Silverware which was a major employer in St Kilda.
Open seven days, from 10am until 6pm daily. Entry by donation.