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MAP 57 – Winter Garden @ St Kilda triangle

From 15 June
Blanc de Blanc, an adults only champagne cabaret, headlines an action packed six weeks of music, theatre, ice skating and more on the St Kilda Triangle next to the Palais.
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Visual Voices Photography @ Laneway Artspace
Until Sunday 11 June, 10 am – 6 pm
Visit St Kilda Community Housing Photography Group’s annual exhibition  – a diverse, eclectic mix of locals with an insightful outlook on events that surround them.
The Laneway Artspace, 148 Barkly Street, free
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St Kilda: A suburb of patriots @ Middle Park History Group
Monday 5 June, 7.30 pm
A talk on the patriotism of St Kilda residents during WW1.
Albert Park Baptist Church
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The Moors @ Redstitch
Tuesday 6 June – Sunday 9 July
Post-show Q&A Thursday 22 June
Sisters Agatha and Huldey live on the bleak English moors. A black comedy about love, obsession and being seen.

School Readiness @ Bubup Nairm Family Centre
Tuesday 6 June, 7 pm – 8.30 pm
Facilitator Sally Ward provides insights on what to look for in your children being ready for school. Free but child minding facilities are not available
Book FYCParentInfoSessions@portphillip.vic.gov.au or 9209 6250

Mad Max: Book launch & Crew Conversation @ Astor

Tuesday 6 June, 7 pm
The new book Miller and Max: George Miller and the Making of a Film Legend goes behind the scenes into the making of the Mad Max movies and the life of their extraordinary creator, George Miller. At this special session Buckmaster will launch his new work and join crew for an in conversation session.
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Skating on Thin Ice @ Town Hall Gallery
Wednesday 7 June – Wednesday 5 July, Council hours
Janita Ryan, Skating on Thin Ice. From plastic waste to polar bears in an environmentally challenged world. Also showing is Carol Swain, Traces of Memory. Their artworks are inspired by walking in St Kilda.

Adani protect @ local Commonwealth Bank branches

Thursday 8 June, 10 am Carlisle Street then 11 am Acland Street
Say ‘no’ to Adani funding! Placards provided.  All they need is you! Just show up!
Watch for the Guarding the Galilee film night Friday 16 June, 7 pm at the Elwood Sailing Club. $10/$5
Local Stop Adani group on Facebook

Bic Runga @ Memo
Friday 9 June & Saturday 10 June, 8 pm
Sway along as Kiwi songstress performs two shows exclusively at the Memo. $45 / $40
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Grease sing-a-long @ Astor
Friday 9 June, 7.30 pm
Sing-a-long to Summer Love in the mid-winter. Grease is the word.
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Mystery neighbours @ Acland Plaza
Saturday 10 June, 9.30 am – 11.30 am
Installations and roving educators reveal the secret wildlife of St Kilda. Watch for Mini Beasts, Beach in a Bowl, Who lives in our drains and Roving entertainment by Captain Trash and MC Guttermouth.

Elvis @ Claypots
Saturday afternoons
Catch a hunk, a hunk of burning love with Elvis strutting his stuff in the tiny Claypots bar on Saturdays afternoons.
213-215 Barkly Street

Sea creatures swirl @ Acland Plaza
Until Sunday 18 June
Local artist Victor Holder’s sea life projections will come to life on World Environment Day for two weeks.

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Bill Garner on scripts for activism @ St Kilda Historical Society
Sunday 18 June, 3 pm, Community Room, St Kilda Library
Award-winning historian and writer Dr Bill Garner will talk on the ways local history generates scripts for activism using the history of the Brookes Jetty campaign as an example.  Free

Seniors rights forums @ Council venues

Seniors Rights Victoria speaker Gary Ferguson and Greek/Russian presenters will provide information on how you can play a proactive role to feel healthier, safer and more secure in your home and life. Free. Morning/afternoon tea is provided.
Tuesday 13 June, 10 am – 12 pm, St Kilda Town Hall  (English)
Wednesday 14 June, 10 am – 12 pm, Port Melbourne Town Hall (Greek presenter)
Wednesday 14 June, 2 pm – 4 pm, Port Melbourne Town Hall. (English)
Tuesday 20 June, Time: 10 am – 12 pm, St Kilda Library (Russian translator)
RSVP ASSIST 9209 6777 or rsvp@portphillip.vic.gov.au
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Any Dad – Parent Information Session @ Town Hall

Saturday 17 June, 9 am – 12 noon
Fatherhood Clinician and father of three, Dr Matthew Roberts hosts this gathering of fathers, no matter the age of their children. He will lead this session in a way that many dads have found helpful – info-sharing and network-building. No magic tricks. Just a sensible approach to getting the most out of fatherhood. Free
Bookings FYCParentInfoSessions@portphillip.vic.gov.au

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