City of PAE News 13 January 2020

Hey there, its Ed with a rundown of whats
happening this week in the City of PAE. We are getting ready to eat all of the food
at the Semaphore Greek Festival this weekend, the first of six free outdoor cinemas is on
this Friday, let us know your thoughts on our plan for reserves and playgrounds, and
celebrate 50 years of the iconic kids TV program play school with the Maritime Museum. This Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 January, don’t
miss The Delphi Bank Semaphore Greek Festival on the foreshore, proudly sponsored by the
City of PAE. This free family event is one of the premier
Greek cultural festivals in Australia. The volunteer run festival showcases and celebrates
Greek culture, music dancing and of course, plenty of food, with over 10 thousand yiros
and 15 thousand souvlaki sold over the weekend. Get all the details at
and follow the festival pages on social media. Its on in PAE with six free outdoor cinemas
throughout January and February. It kicks off this Friday 17 January with Chup
Chup Ke at Klemzig Reserve and Mad Max Fury Road in the Mixed Creative Laneway Port Adelaide. Following from that you can watch Edge of
Tomorrow in the Mixed Creative Laneway, Main Hoon Na at Stockade Park, Chappie in the Mixed
Creative Laneway and The Lion King at Klemzig Reserve. Get times, dates and more details at
or on our social media. Bring your beanbags and rugs, grab a bite
to eat from the food trucks and enjoy the evening
We’ve got 242 active recreation facilities across the city. These include playgrounds, courts, skate parks,
fitness stations and more. Our newly developed Draft Active Recreation
Facilities Plan is a strategy to make sure that the way we plan and provide active recreation
facilities meets the diverse needs of our community and responds to changing demographics
and community expectations. Read the draft plan and provide your feedback
at It’s Play School’s 50th birthday and we
are celebrating with the South Australian Maritime Museum! Join much loved Play School presenter Zindzi
as we sing and dance along to your favourite Play School songs at the Town Hall, with two
45 minute shows on Thursday 16 January at 10am and 1pm. Tickets are $20 and include a play date with
Zindzi, entry to Maritime Museum and Play School exhibition, and a Lighthouse climb. As part of the Northern Connector Project,
the Port River Expressway will be temporarily closed to traffic in both directions between
Hanson Road and the South Road Superway from 8pm Sunday, 12 January until 5am Monday, 20
January. Access will be maintained via detours. Please plan ahead and allow additional travel
time. For more information visit
This week you’ll find our mowers cutting the grass in Windsor Gardens Holden Hill Clearview
Enfield Mansfield Park Alberton Largs Bay and Birkenhead. We’ll be spraying weeds in Sefton Park Enfield
Blair Athol Kilburn Alberton Port Adelaide Queenstown Ethelton and Semaphore South. If you need us for anything, you know where
we are. Just give us a call on 8405 6600 or visit
our website any time of the day or night to make a request for service.

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