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Whats on in Portland – 24th May

24 May 2013

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

“Souvenir” Exhibition

Exhibition on display until 15 October 2013 at the Portland Maritime Discover Centre, Lee

Breakwater Road, Portland. Open daily 9am – 5pm (except Christmas Day). Free

admission to the exhibition.

‘All about the Man’ – Exhibition at History House

Exhibition on display until 31 May 2013 at History House, Cliff Street, Portland. Open daily

10 am – 12noon, 1– 4 pm.

Bayview College 7 to 11 exhibition

Exhibition on display at the Portland Arts Centre until 21 June. Admission free. For further

information ph: 5522 2263.

Child’s Play

Exhibition on display at History House until Saturday, 3 August 2013 between 10am – 4pm.

For further information contact Trevor Smith, ph: 5522 2319 or email:

tsmith@glenelg.vic.gov.au.

Casterton Town Hall Celebrates 75 Years – Exhibition

Exhibition on display until 30 June 2013 at the Casterton Town Hall (Foyer), 67 Henty

Street, Casterton. Open weekdays 9 am – 5 pm. Free admission to the exhibition.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Saturday 25 May 2013

Celebrating the Portland tuna fishery To celebrate this popular recreational fishery, the

Department of Environment and Primary Industries is holding a free event in Portland for

anglers and the general public from midday to 6pm at the Portland Yacht Club. Find out

about tackle and techniques, tuna research and biology; see cooking demonstrations;

and hot food and drinks will be available. For further information see

www.dpi.vic.gov.au/tuna

Sunday 26 May 2013

21st Baby & Child Bonanza Garage Sale Come and celebrate the 21st Baby & Child

Bonanza Garage Sale from 11am – 1pm at the Civic Hall, Portland. The Mayor, Cr Karen

Stephens will officially cut the ribbon and open the doors for the enthusiastic shoppers to

pick up a bargain. Items for sale include cots, prams, pushers, cradles, change tables,

baby clothes, toys, books, children’s wear and much more. There will also be a BBQ

provided by the Portland Lions club, tea, coffee, muffins and soup. Gold coin donation

entry. Call Lynda on 0418 527 021 if you have equipment to sell or to make enquiries. This

event is proudly presented by the Portland group of the Australian Breastfeeding

Association.

Friday 31 May 2013

National Reconciliation Week – free Community Event. To celebrate National

Reconciliation Week, Glenelg Shire Council, Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation,

Dhauwurd- Wurrung Elderly and Community Health Service and Gunditj Mirring

Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation invite members of the community to attend a

free community event and light lunch from 11.30am – 2pm on Friday 31 May 2013 at the

Portland Civic Hall. Please RSVP to Laura Lovett-Murray by phone 5522 2243 or email:

llovett-murray@glenelg.vic.gov.au by 5pm., Monday 27 April 2013.

PERFORMING ARTS

Wednesday 29 May 2013

Moon Moon is a stunning a cappella choral-theatre experience by The Australian Voices

– recently returning with 5 stars from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The first half is a

classical choral concert with a range of beautiful choral works. Following intermission, the

show enters choral-theatre mode with the intergalactic love story, Moon. This epic song

of love, featuring 10 movements (songs), tells the story of the lonely Diana, her search for

love and the twists of a very long-distance relationship. Performing at the Portland Arts

Centre at 7.30pm.

Thursday 27 June 2013

Cheek to Chic Noel Coward and Cole Porter’s witty words and musical gems sparkle

with the creative collaboration of Hilary Henshaw and Peter Hurley. Timeless favourites,

including ‘I’ll See You Again”, ‘A Room With A View’, ‘Mrs Worthington’ from Noel and

‘Let’s Do It’, ‘Wunderbar’ and ‘Night and Day’ from Cole, all performed with panache,

pizzazz and pathos. Performing at the Portland Arts Centre at 10.30am.

Saturday 29 June 2013

The Table of Knowledge In ‘The Table of Knowledge’, version 1.0 turns its forensic

theatrical vision to the so-called ‘sex for development’ corruption scandal that engulfed

Wollongong City Council in 2008. Using the transcripts of the ICAC Inquiry, the script is

based almost entirely on the actual words of the central characters. This is an utterly

compelling and hilarious interrogation of power, corruption and good governance in

contemporary Australia. Performing at the Portland Arts Centre at 7.30pm.

For further information on Performing Arts contact Lynda, ph: 5522 2263,

email: lcooper@glenelg.vic.gov.au or web: www.arts.glenelg.vic.gov.au

REGULAR ACTIVITIES

CEMA Bellydance Group

The CEMA Bellydance Group holds classes at Portland Arts Centre on Monday nights.

Learner fun Bollywood dance. Women of all ages & abilities welcome to join for fun,

fitness and friendship. Contact Monica, ph: 0423 945 300 for further information.

Fawthrop Wednesday Walking Group

Need to walk more? Like to meet others? The Wednesday Fawthrop Walking Group

meets in Hood Street Car Park at 8.55am for 9am walk around the lagoon. Free coffee

or tea after walking. New members always welcome. For more information contact

Rosemary, ph. 5522 1175.

Dance Class – Zumbellesque

Zumbellesque combining styles of Zumba moves, bellydance fusion and burlesque beats

all to modern music. It’s a get fit and have fun class held at St Stephens Church Hall in

Percy Street every Tuesday night at 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Small cost for adults and students.

Contact Gypsy Mischelle Star ph: 0418 717 555. All money raised goes to the Port Fairy

Community House.

South Portland Dance

Dance to be held on the third Saturday of every month from 8pm to midnight at the

South Portland Hall, Wellington Road, Portland. All welcome. A plate of supper would be

appreciated. Tarragal Band playing. For further information Marie, ph: 5523 4338.

Learn to Dance

Learn to Dance session to be held every Tuesday at the South Portland Hall, Wellington

Road, Portland. Beginners 7-8pm. Dancing 8-10pm. The Waltz, Modern Waltz, Rhumba,

Tango, Cha Cha, Swing, Fox Trot, Mambo. Cuppa and biscuits to finish. Entry fee – small

cost. Great exercise for body and brain. Learn here – dance anywhere. For further

information contact Jim, ph: 5521 1680 or Ellie, ph: 0438 233 424.

Seniors Activities

Mixed Pantry Bingo - held every Friday ‘eyes down’ at 1.30pm.

Indoor Bowls – takes place each Monday and Wednesday at 1.30pm and Saturday at

12.30pm. All activities are held at the Drill Hall, Bentinck Street, Portland (change of

venue from Fawthrop Community Centre. For further information contact Mavis, ph:

5523 1556.

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