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Woodville Town Hall Fringe Hub

The Woodville Town Hall is again a Fringe venue and will come alive with something for all the family! It’s going to be big so don’t miss the last few days of our programed activities. Book your tickets today at


2018 Community Survey

The City of Charles Sturt is undertaking its 2018 Community Survey. The survey is a legitimate Council project being carried out by Market Research consultant, Colmar Brunton, on Councils behalf. Community members may receive a phone call asking them to participate in a 10 minute survey.

Telephone interviews are scheduled from Monday, 12 March – Friday, 23 March, during the following hours: Monday to Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 11am-5pm.


Charles Sturt is… a gardener.

Get 10 plants for $10 until 1 June 2018! Purchase a $10 voucher from the Civic Centre or by phone, and redeem it for 10 locally indigenous plants on either 7 April or 2 June from 10am-1pm at our Civic Centre, Woodville. With only 300 vouchers available, be quick to avoid disappointment! Proof of property being within Charles Sturt is required when purchasing your voucher. Promotion commences on 3 March and last sales at 5pm on 1 June, with final collection on 2 June 2018.


Harmony Day Storytime

Join us for a special Harmony Day Storytime in the Woodville Town Hall on Wednesday, 21 March from 10.30-11.30am. There will be stories, songs, Harmony Day giveaways and even a special appearance by Lizzie the Literacy Lizard! Light refreshments will also be provided. Individual bookings are not necessary. However, for group/class bookings from kindergartens and playgroups in Charles Sturt please respond by Friday, 16 March to with expected numbers.


Harmony Day – Nuba Mountain Circle

The Nuba Mountain Circle are proud to present their vibrant art exhibition, commemorating and celebrating the historical links between South Australia and the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Mayor Evans will open the exhibition on Friday, 16 March at 6pm at the Civic Centre, and it will be available for viewing through to Friday, 27 April. A free children’s workshop ‘Create a Nuba village’ for ages 6+ will also be offered on Sunday, 18 March at the Civic Library from 2-4pm. Bookings are essential for the workshop, so please phone 8408 1333, or book online at:


Charles Sturt is getting our kids active

The City of Charles Sturt is offering children aged; 3-17 the opportunity to participate in our free School Holiday Sports Program. Sports include; karate, tennis, dragon boating, bicycle racing, cricket, hockey, rugby union, dancing, cheerleading, croquet, fencing, gymnastics, basketball, Soccer, lawn bowls and kids yoga. For more information please visit our website or contact Lisa on 8408 1117.


How prepared are you for an emergency?

Emergencies can strike at any time and can be large as a flood or fire, or as personal as a death in the family. The Rediplan Community Information Sessions will advise how to be better prepared in the case of an emergency and how Red Cross can support those who may be at increased risk during an emergency. No bookings necessary. For further information contact Bec on 8408 1394.

• Tuesday, 27 March, 1.30 - 2.30pm, Bower Cottages Community Centre

• Wednesday, 4 April, 10.30 - 11.30am, Bower Cottages Community Centre

• Friday, 20 April, 2.30 - 3.30pm, Henley Grange Community Centre

• Friday, 4 May, 12 - 1pm, Cheltenham Community Centre

• Monday, 21 May, 2 - 3pm, West Lakes Community Centre


The Art of the Natural Home with Rebecca Sullivan.

Author Rebecca Sullivan will teach you how to make your very own natural products which you get to take them home with you. This free session will be held at the Henley Beach Library on Wednesday, 21 March from 6-8pm. Bookings are essential by calling 8408 1333.


Melanoma March.

Participating in the Melanoma March on Sunday, 18 March is a great way to show your support for melanoma research and help to raise funds that will go towards research dedicated to finding a cure for melanoma. For more information and to register visit

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