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What’s on in Port – March 2018


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What’s On In Port – March 2018

Make Your Mark Port Melbourne Carnival

FREE EVENT! Saturday March 3 12pm – 4pm

Make your mark on your community – find out about Port Melbourne’s very own Street Art project and speak to the young people who are involved! Free HIP HOP session and much much more! Don’t miss out.
For more info click here

Street Art has a long and prestigious history. Archaeologists have also found graffiti scratched on walls in the city of Pompeii.
If you’d like to find out more click below

For More Info

A Plastic Ocean
Thursday 15 March 
Port Melbourne Town Hall 6.15pm
This film has won many awards for its content and spectacular photography.
Q&A afterwards
For reservations of seats click below

Reserve Seats

The Little Free Library at George Walter Garden has been restored to it’s former glory by the Port Phillip Men’s Shed Association (thank you!)
if you’d like to get involved with this and other Port Melbourne based libraries, please click below

Get Involved

International Women’s Day
is the 8th March

City of Port Phillip will be holding an event on the 1st of March.
for other events in Melbourne click here

BeachPatrol 3207 are holding a Clean up Australia Day on Sunday 4 March  9am – 10am
Meet at Lagoon Pier 3207

LoveOurStreet 3207
Saturday 17 March
from 9:30 am – 10:30am. 
Meet at the Graham St underpass car park
Help us look after our local neighbourhood streets of Port and South Melbourne to stop litter getting to the bay and meet great people at the same time!

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