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U3A South Coast

Loads of fabulous presentations, wonderful presenters, for you to attend. Grab a copy of this terms Booklet to keep up to date with what's on.Gatherings at Jolly Street Victor Harbor visitors are most welcome. $2.00entry. 2:00-4:00 pm

Click to listen to 90.1 Happy Radio FM

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Great Southern Football League
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Steam Ranger Heritage Railway 

Dutton Rd Mount Barker, SA 5251

1300 655 991

info@steamranger.org.au

www.steamranger.org.au

PO Box 960 Mount Barker, SA 5251

Hours:

Bookings: Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm
Sat 9am - 5pm

Special day out a once a year opportunity
The Hills Encounter

September 25th 10:00am to 5:30pm
Victor Harbor to Mt Barker on a Steam Train.
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STATION PROFILE

90.1 HAPPY FM is a community radio station with permanent outside broadcast studios in Victor Central and Goolwa Shopping Centres serving the residents of  and visitors to the Southern Fleurieu region of South Australia.

 

Our signal includes coverage to the towns of Mount Compass, Strathalbyn, Goolwa, Middleton, Port Elliot, Victor Harbor, Yankalilla and beyond plus online streaming.

 

Outer fringe areas such as Noarlunga, Meningie, Clayton Bay and Milang are also able to receive our programs.

 

90.1 HAPPY FM prides itself on supporting the residents and businesses in our region, providing relevant LOCAL information and entertainment.

 

Our station’s broad format caters to a variety of tastes including Country Music, Sport, Local Interviews, News, Classic Hits, Jazz, Soul, Classical and Easy Listening music.

 

Join us and enjoy the very best of Radio on the Fleurieu Peninsula. We are Broadcasters NOT Narrowcasters ! 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Head Office/Studio

55 Crozier Rd

Victor Harbor SA 5211

Office Hours 

Week days 9am-3pm

(Excluding public holidays)

Ph : 08 8552-7999

Station Enquiries to

Ian Wright

Station Manager

Mobile 0414 808 736

If you have ideas for music or programs, compliments or ideas for improvement

Please

 email :managergsfm901@internode.on.net

Membership Forms available via email to address above.

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55 Crozier Rd
Victor Harbor

Phone: 8552-7999

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Victor Central Shopping Centre Studio

Phone: 8328- 2143

Thought for the week

"A warm smile is the  universal language of kindness"

Song of the Week
"Put a little love in your heart"
Annie Lennox and Al Green

Fascinated by all things

International?

Tune in on Tuesdays 4:00-6:00pm and listen to Helena and her German Program

Proudly Sponsored by

the Community Broadcasting Foundation

Phone: 8328-2126

Goolwa Shopping Centre Studio
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Pattern and Print: Easton Pearson Archive showcases a selection of vibrant garments that highlight the technical innovations, bespoke fabric, distinctive prints and embellishment choices of the fashion house. 

The garments in the exhibition are complemented by a custom mural by Brisbane-based painter, illustrator and long-time Easton Pearson collaborator, Stephen Mok. Stephen hand painted patterns onto garments, decorated accessories and props for the runway and created window designs for the label’s flagship Brisbane store

9th Sep 2021 - 31st Oct 2021

Signal Point Gallery

7-9 Laurie Lane

Goolwa SA

Free

POET'S CORNER
"The Quarantine"
By E. Boland
Read by Steve Evans in Words to Share 9:30 on Tuesdays
In the worst hour of the worst season
of the worst year of a whole people
a man set out from the workhouse with his wife.

He was walking — they were both walking — north.

 

She was sick with famine fever and could not keep up.
He lifted her and put her on his back.
He walked like that west and west and north.
Until at nightfall under freezing stars they arrived.

 

In the morning they were both found dead.
Of cold. Of hunger. Of the toxins of a whole history.
But her feet were held against his breastbone.
The last heat of his flesh was his last gift to her.

 

Let no love poem ever come to this threshold.
There is no place here for the inexact
praise of the easy graces and sensuality of the body.

There is only time for this merciless inventory:

 

Their death together in the winter of 1847.
Also what they suffered. How they lived.
And what there is between a man and woman.
And in which darkness it can best be proved.

From Code (2001), reproduced by kind permission of Eavan Boland and Carcanet Press.

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October 6th, Centenary Hall.

Southern Fleurieu Film Society

Meets First Wednesday of each

month at Goolwa.$50 p.a

First Friday each month in Milang

Call Mike Tye on 0438 800 066

website https://sffs.org.au/ for films

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This is a wonderful book about a teenager who wanted to become a real life cowboy.
Aussie style!!
connect with the author DeanWJamieson on Facebook and find out much more about this story.

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There is a Covid19 testing clinic at the South Coast Hospital and a vaccination clinic at the Gospel Centre, George Main Rd, in Victor Harbor (Appts. only)
Meals on Wheels
For support or to Volunteer Call Margaret on 0437 2143 159

Fleurieu Cancer Support Foundation

17  Torrens St, Victor Harbor

"Carrickalinga House"

8552 9304

Need Volunteers?

Want to Volunteer?

Contact Jackie Horton at Southern Volunteering

44 Torrens Street, V H

Ph 8552 7858

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RU OKAY everyday check on family and friends. You can make a difference. Click on the logo for more information.

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Orange Sky Australia provides access to free laundry, showers and genuine conversation to people experiencing homelessness across Australia. With your help, we can continue to offer safe space for people who are doing it tough to maintain hygiene, regain hope and retain a sense of community through compassionate conversations.