Discover the entertainment on the other side of the Fleurieu: from February 24, 2022 | The temperature
Local food, wine and live music at Goolwa
Friday February 25. Signal Point Lawns, Goolwa, 5-8 p.m. There will be hot food available along with beer, soft drinks, local wine and live music from Matt and the Maniacs.BYO chairs or a blanket to sit on. House food is welcome but strictly no BYO alcohol to comply with licensing regulations. Note that COVID-19 provisions apply. Free entrance.
Sale of handicrafts
Sunday February 27. Railway Plaza, Victor Harbor, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Held as part of the Adelaide Fringe. With over 70 artisan stalls to explore, the Victor Harbor Artisan Market provides a unique platform for practicing and professional artists and artisans to show, sell and demonstrate their craft.
Side shows and activities
Sunday February 27. Warland Reserve, Victor Harbor, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Held as part of the Adelaide Fringe. A program of shows, markets and experiences for the whole family. Join the full day of family festivities and activities, including Adelaide Fringe on Tour performers from 12pm-2pm.
Kevin Kropinyeri and Gordon Southern
Market organized by Cittaslow at Goolwa Wharf
Sunday February 27. Jaralde Park, Goolwa Wharf Precinct, 9am-1pm. Quality local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, cakes and bread, hot meals and coffee, local artisans and live music.
Forum of candidates on the housing crisis in Fleurieu
Wednesday March 2. Christian Gospel Center, Victor Harbor, 1-3 p.m. Everywhere on the Fleurieu peninsula, the housing crisis is hitting homes. This forum allows candidates in Finniss State to hear about the needs for quality housing options and advise the community on their solutions to address the housing crisis. RSVP by February 26 to [email protected] or 0414 693 376.
Dr. Luc Mulimbalimba speaks at the Victor Harbor Rotary
Wed. 2 March. Crown Hotel, Victor Harbor. Meet at 6:30 p.m. Dr Luc Mulimbalimba, founder of the Mission in Health Care and Development Australian Support Association, will speak about the organization’s work in the Democratic Republic of Congo. RSVP by Monday afternoon, February 28 by emailing [email protected] You do not need to be a member to attend.
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