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Get ready to Rock N Roll!

Victor Harbor Rock N Roll Festival 2019

The countdown is on to the McDonalds Victor Harbor Rock N Roll Festival!

The Rock N Roll Festival has been running since 2008, and has grown into a three day event in September that creates a hive of activity in the town centre with live bands, two dance floors, market stalls, evening events and over 500 vehicles from the rock n’ roll era lining Ocean Street and around Warland Reserve.

The 2019 event will be held from Friday 13 to Sunday 15 September and the lineup of entertainment is certain to get the town jumping! Some of the bands playing over the weekend include acts such as The Silverados, Satellites, Rockit Combo, The Cadillacs, Lefty Roulette and the Joint Jumpin’ Hepcats and The Lincolns.

In addition to the free entertainment during the day, there are two official evening events held on Friday and Saturday night. Tickets for these events are on sale now and can be purchased from www.victorharborrocknroll.eventbrite.com.au or by phoning 08 8551 0776.

While the great line up of bands will set a great atmosphere it is the vehicle display that is the real drawcard. The Victor Harbor Rock ‘N Roll Festival is considered to be one of the best events to display vehicles. This status is thanks for the work of the Victor Harbor Historic Motor Vehicles Club who have been managing the display for more than 10 years.

This year’s Victor Harbor Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival is sponsored by naming rights sponsor McDonalds Victor Harbor, Bank SA Victor Harbor, Telstra Victor Harbor, Shannon’s Insurance, and both the Rotary Club of Encounter Bay and Rotary Club of Victor Harbor.

More information about the 2019 Victor Harbor Rock N Roll Festival is available at www.rocknrollfestival.com.au

Coral Street Art Space is open!

Coral Street Art Space is open!

Have you visited the Coral Street Art Space yet? The space opened at the beginning of this month with the Living Arts Exhibition curated by local resident, Patricia Marsland. The exhibition was a great success with over 200 visitors in three weeks.

The space is now hosting its second exhibition, Drawing on Country. The Victor Harbor Drawing on Country program was coordinated by local Hamish MacMillan and supported by Country Arts SA. It involved people of all ages and abilities coming together on Granite Island to create work that expressed the individuals’ perspective of Granite Island. The pieces on display are truly spectacular!

The Coral Street Art Space is open from 10am to 4pm, Thursday – Monday. The Drawing on Country Exhibition runs until 30 September 2019.

Mayor’s Morning Tea – 19 September 2019

Mayor's Morning Tea - 19 September

The first year of the Council term is nearly over, and the Mayor and your Elected Members want to hear how you think they are going.

You are invited to the Coral Street Art Space (10 Coral Street, Victor Harbor) on Thursday, 19 September from 10am to 11am. Come along, have a cuppa and share what you think Council is doing well and let us know how we can do better.

Can’t make the morning tea? Feel free to contact the Mayor or your Elected Members, or send the Council an email with your thoughts.

Dog and Cat Registrations Due by 31 August

Dog and Cat Registration Renewals

Dog and cat registrations are due by the end of August. Notices were sent to pet owners by post, email or SMS, depending on the option chosen when setting up your pets profile in Dogs and Cats Online, the state-wide portal managing the registration process.

Didn’t receive your notice? Log on to www.dogsandcatsonline.com.au to make sure your pet is registered or call Council on (08) 8551 0500.

The City of Victor Harbor’s Library can provide support to residents who don’t have access to the internet or need assistance to register their pet. Residents can also come in to the Council Office at 1 Bay Road, Victor Harbor and make cash payments at the customer service counter if they prefer.

Update on Mainstreet Upgrade construction works

Mainstreet Upgrade Well Underway

Construction works for Stage Two of the Victor Harbor Mainstreet Precinct Upgrade are on track for completion in September. 

Stage Two extends along Ocean Street from the Torrens Street entrance to the end of Stage One, just before the Coral Street intersection. Works involve new paving, feature lighting, garden beds, street furniture, landscaping, public art and drainage.

Over the past few days the palms have been planted at the entrance to Ocean Street, and over the next couple of weeks the garden beds will be planted, public art installed, street furniture placed and road ashpalt laid. We can't wait to see the finished product!

Road Closure Reminder

The northern end of Ocean Street (from Torrens Street to Coral Street) will be closed to vehicles until 6 September 2019. Council has developed a map which provides a number of alternate parking options with access to Ocean Street through a number of laneways. Pedestrian access to businesses will be maintained at all times during business hours.

Save the date!

A Street Party to celebrate the completion of Stage Two works will be held on Friday, 4 October 2019 from 5.30pm to 9.30pm. Find out more here.

Visit www.victor.sa.gov.au/mainstreetupgrade for more information about the upgrade.

Next council meeting

The City of Victor Harbor’s next ordinary council meeting will be held on Monday, 23 September 2019 from 5.30pm in the Council Chambers at 1 Bay Road, Victor Harbor.

Interested in what happens at the meeting? You can tune into our live stream via www.victor.sa.gov.au from 5.30pm and watch the meeting from home.

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1 Bay Road
Victor Harbor SA 5211
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PO Box 11
Victor Harbor SA 5211

Phone: 08 8551 0500
Fax:  08 8551 0501
Email: localgov@victor.sa.gov.au
Web: www.victor.sa.gov.au

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