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
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 !
55 Crozier Rd
Victor Harbor SA 5211
Week days 9am-3pm
(Excluding public holidays)
Ph : 08 8552-7999
Station Enquiries to
Mobile 0414 808 736
55 Crozier Rd
Victor Central Shopping Centre Studio
Goolwa Shopping Centre Studio
Thought for the week
"For there is always light,
if only we are brave enough to see it.
If only we are brave enough to be it."
Taken from Amanda Gorman's
"The Hill we Climb"
Song of the Week
Tim McGraw & Tyler Hubbard
Fascinated by all things
Tune in on Tuesdays 4:00-6:00pm and listen to Helena and her German Program
This Peter McLachlan solo exhibition showcases recent works inspired by a love of the outdoors, capturing spirit of place with an emphasis on direct experience felt space, storytelling, wonderment and isolation. Where Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa Wharf Precinct When 29 Jan to 14 March 2021
Be a Plover Lover
When day comes, we ask ourselves where can we find light in this never-ending shade?
The loss we carry, a sea we must wade.
We’ve braved the belly of the beast.
We’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace,
and the norms and notions of what “just” is isn’t always justice.
And yet, the dawn is ours before we knew it.
Somehow we do it.
Somehow we’ve weathered and witnessed a nation that isn’t broken,
but simply unfinished.
We, the successors of a country and a time where a skinny Black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president, only to find herself reciting for one.
And yes, we are far from polished, far from pristine,
but that doesn’t mean we are striving to form a union that is perfect.
We are striving to forge our union with purpose.
To compose a country committed to all cultures, colours, characters, and conditions of man.
And so we lift our gazes not to what stands between us, but what stands before us.
We close the divide because we know, to put our future first, we must first put our differences aside.
We lay down our arms so we can reach out our arms to one another.
We seek harm to none and harmony for all.
Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true:
That even as we grieved, we grew.
That even as we hurt, we hoped.
That even as we tired, we tried.
That we’ll forever be tied together, victorious.
Not because we will never again know defeat, but because we will never again sow division.
Scripture tells us to envision that everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree and no one shall make them afraid.
If we’re to live up to our own time, then victory won’t lie in the blade, but in all the bridges we’ve made.
That is the promise to glade, the hill we climb, if only we dare.
It’s because being American is more than a pride we inherit.
It’s the past we step into and how we repair it.
We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it.
Would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy.
This effort very nearly succeeded.
But while democracy can be periodically delayed,
it can never be permanently defeated.
In this truth, in this faith, we trust,
for while we have our eyes on the future, history has its eyes on us.
This is the era of just redemption.
We feared it at its inception.
We did not feel prepared to be the heirs of such a terrifying hour,
but within it, we found the power to author a new chapter, to offer hope and laughter to ourselves.
So while once we asked, ‘How could we possibly prevail over catastrophe?’ now we assert, ‘How could catastrophe possibly prevail over us?’
We will not march back to what was, but move to what shall be:
A country that is bruised but whole, benevolent but bold, fierce and free.
We will not be turned around or interrupted by intimidation because we know our inaction and inertia will be the inheritance of the next generation.
Our blunders become their burdens.
But one thing is certain:
If we merge mercy with might, and might with right, then love becomes our legacy and change, our children’s birthright.
So let us leave behind a country better than the one we were left.
With every breath from my bronze-pounded chest, we will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one.
We will rise from the golden hills of the west.
We will rise from the wind-swept north-east where our forefathers first realized revolution.
We will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the midwestern states.
We will rise from the sun-baked south.
We will rebuild, reconcile, and recover.
In every known nook of our nation, in every corner called our country,
our people, diverse and beautiful, will emerge, battered and beautiful.
When day comes, we step out of the shade, aflame and unafraid.
The new dawn blooms as we free it.
For there is always light,
if only we’re brave enough to see it.
If only we’re brave enough to be it.
Adelaide Hills Chamber Players
OPERA HIGHLIGHTS Italy though Pagliacci The finest South Australian singers present memorable moments of Ruggero Leoncavallo’s timeless masterpiece. Where Centenary Hall, Goolwa
When 31st Jan Time 6pm
CHAMBER CHOIR The Spirit of Romanticism* Jonathan Bligh is young and brilliantly talented, he has triumphed in the best British and American finishing schools. Where Centenary Hall, Goolwa When 14 Feb Time 6pm * bookings available at trybooking.com
Two easy things you can do to help to Help.
Don't leave cat and dog food outside for foxes.'Keep your dog on a lead on the beach and in the dunes,
Have you seen fox dens along our coastline?
Unfortunately our local Hooded Plover volunteers have captured fox prints around some of our Victor Harbor nest sites and foxes are suspected of taking nests at both the Oliver’s Reef and Yilki sites recently.
Foxes are a common part of rural living however if you do see what looks like a fox den along our beaches please contact Council on 8551 0500 so that staff can investigate.
Virtual Tours this week
The Costume Institute
Musuem of Modern Art New York
Jewish Holocaust Museum