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2017 South Australia’s History Festival Program out now!
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters will celebrate South Australia’s History Festival this May with special events, talks, walks, performances, tours and exhibitions, embracing the theme of recollection.
Visit: 2017 Program
South Australia’s History Festival will run from 1 - 31 May.
For more information about the Festival, visit: South Australia’s History Festival
ANZAC Day Dawn Services
The Norwood and Payneham RSL Clubs will host Dawn Services to commemorate the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who served and died in war and on operational service.
The following RSL ANZAC Day Dawn Services will be held on Tuesday 25 April:
Start Time: 6.15am
Location: Soldier’s Memorial, Corner of Osmond Terrace & The Parade, Norwood
Start Time: 6.15am
Location: The Cross of Sacrifice Memorial, Eastern side of OG Road, Felixstow (next to the Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre)
For more information about ANZAC Day, visit: Anzac Day War Memorial
April School Holiday activities at our Libraries
Discover your inner artist during the April School Holidays, with many exciting workshops & events for kids including Art in the Park, embroidery, tie-dying, baking, craft and a movie afternoon!
For details, visit Events & Festivals Calendar
Taste Glynde & Co at Tasting Australia - free entry
South Australia’s unique food manufacturing destination at Glynde will be showcased again at Taste Glynde & Co during Tasting Australia in April 2017, with the Norwood and Stepney Precincts joining the food festivities this year.
Date: 30 April 2017
Location: Robern Menz , Glynde
Time: 10am - 4pm
At Taste Glynde & Co you can:
- sample award-winning produce
- watch live cooking demonstrations
- entertain the kids with cooking classes
- sip and sample fine wine and craft beer in our Tasting Room
For more information and to book a class or session, visit: Events & Festivals - Taste Glynde & CO
Come and try Chi Ball - register now to secure your place!
The Council is pleased to launch the new Come and Try Chi Ball program.
Chi Ball is a mind-body exercise and wellness program based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, suitable for all ages and abilities.
A Chi Ball class combines techniques of Tai Chi-Qi Gong, Yoga, Pilates, and Relaxation/Meditation with inspiring music.
Limited spaces available, register to attend by completing the online registration form below.
Dates: 5 May - 30 June 2017 (excluding 2 June)
Time: 9.15am - 10.15pm
Venue: Payneham Library, 2 Turner Street, Felixstow
*Registrations are capped at 30 spaces. If you are unable to register using the form below, please add your details to our Waiting List and we will contact you if a place becomes available.
Maria De Conno
Community Care Services Project Officer
T: 08 8366 4519
New hard waste and e-waste collection service
Important changes have been made to the way the Council provides hard waste collection services to provide a more convenient, responsive service to households.
From July 2017, residents will be able to book two FREE hard waste collection services that can occur at any time during the year, replacing the annual kerbside collection that previously occurred each August/ September.
Bookings will be taken for the new service from 1 May 2017, for collection dates starting on 3 July 2017. Bookings are unable to be accepted prior to this date.
For more information, visit: Hard Waste & E-waste
Beat the jam this Adelaide festival season
We all know the festival season is a busy but exciting time in the City of Adelaide, so to help reduce your travel time and get into the heart of the action, here are a few alternative travel options to navigate the city easier.
To help reduce your travel time, the Adelaide City Council has created a resource of alternative travel options to navigate the city easier.
Find out more, visit: Beat the Jam
Canvas Youth Art workshops - register now!
Canvas Youth Art & Events Project combines showcasing events with opportunities for young people to learn new skills and build links with industry in the areas of event management, music, short film and photography.
Upcoming workshops - book now
Street Art With Ryan Zenith
Learn or advance your skills in street art with experienced painter and muralist Ryan Zenith.
This workshops is suitable for young people aged 15-25 who are new to street art and also for those who have some experience.
Date: 19 January 2017
Venue: Dunstone Grove - Linde Reserve Nelson St Stepney
Composing with Digital Music
These workshops are delivered by EMU Music.
Learn to compose music and create your own sound with Garage Band.
There are 2 workshops on offer one for beginners and advanced Garage Band Workshop.
Suitable for young people aged 12 - 25.
Introduction to Garage Band
Date: 27 January 2017
Advanced Garage Band
Date: 27 January 2017
Venue: St Peters Library, 101 Payneham Road, St Peters
Introduction to Print Making
Screen Printing Workshop. Learning screen printing.
Create your own design for your favourite T-shirt.
Participants must bring their own T-shirts to print on.
Suitable for young people aged 15-25.
- 17 January 2017 at 10am
- 24 January 2017 at 10am
Venue: Union St Studios, 2 Union St, Stepney
For information about the Council's Youth Programs, visit: Youth
Linear Park - temporary path closures
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters will be undertaking a clean-up of the storm damage along Linear Park, caused by South Australia's recent extreme weather events, from Monday 31 October to Friday 23 December.
During the clean-up sections of the Path will be closed to cyclists and pedestrians.
We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your assistance.
City-wide Schools Traffic Parking & Safety Review
In 2015, the Council engaged Tonkin Consulting, as its Lead Consultant and in partnership with GTA Consulting, to undertake a comprehensive review of traffic, car parking and safety adjacent to all schools located within the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.
The 16 schools included in the Schools Review are:
- East Adelaide School
- Kensington Centre*
- Loreto College
- Marden Senior College
- Marryatville High School
- Marryatville Primary School
- Mary MacKillop College
- Norwood Primary School
- Prince Alfred College
- St Ignatius Junior College
- St Joseph’s Memorial School (Kensington)
- St Joseph’s Memorial School (Norwood)
- St Joseph’s School (Payneham)
- St Peters College
- Trinity Gardens Primary School
- Felixstow Community School
*The Kensington Centre is currently unoccupied but was included in the Schools Review as Pembroke College purchased the property just prior to the commencement of the Schools Review.
The key objective of the Schools Review, which was completed in June 2016, was to identify the various issues which require to be addressed for each school and recommend options in respect to how these issues could be addressed.
The Schools Review involved a comprehensive and complex process which incorporated, at each of the schools the collation and analysis of various data, including issues associated with morning and afternoon school peak times and consultation with a large number of stakeholders. The consultation process included liaison with representatives from the various schools, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), Department of Education and Child Development, Catholic Education South Australia, the Association of Independent Schools of South Australia, South Australia Police and residents and business owners and operators directly affected by the proposed recommendations.
A copy of the report prepared which has been prepared by Tonkin Consulting and GTA Consultants can be viewed by clicking on the relevant links below:
At its meeting held on 1 August 2016, the Council considered a staff report outlining the findings of the Schools Review as well as the implementation of the recommendations which have been made Tonkin Consulting and GTA Consultants.
A copy of the staff report and Minutes from the Council’s meeting can be viewed by clicking the link below.
The Council has allocated $283,450 in its 2016-2017 Budget for the implementation of the Stage 1 recommendations. Council staff are currently finalising an implementation plan to ensure that these works are completed within the 2016-2017 financial year. A report will be considered by the Council, in early 2017, regarding the implementation of the Stage 2 recommendations. The Stage 1 and Stage 2 recommendations are outlined in the staff report which can be downloaded by clicking on the link above.
For further information regarding this Project, please contact the Council’s Manager, City Assets, Claude Malak on 8366 4542 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org