Swan Hill Town Hall PACC – colour scheme
Council has received funding to repair cracks and repaint the exterior of the Swan Hill Town Hall PACC – as part of the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program.
As part of this work Council is seeking community input to determine a preferred heritage colour scheme.
Following a review and a detailed report from a heritage advisor – we have two colour scheme options, which will both preserve the building and complement its heritage status.
Based on the heritage advice a preferred option has been suggested – however, we are seek the communities input!
Please help us by completing the quick poll online at: https://letstalk.swanhill.vic.gov.au/
Coffee with a Councillor
Council is beginning to roll out our coffee with a councilor sessions across the municipality, once again.
The sessions are an opportunity for the community to discuss ideas, issues or concerns relating to Council services.
The sessions will be advertised throughout the year via newspapers and social media, and also at local venues. Keep your eyes peeled for a session near you!
Our next Coffee with a Councillor will be held on Sunday, 28 August from 2pm to 4pm at the Nyah West Community Park BBQ shelter.
Leisure Centre expansions
The Swan Hill and Robinvale Leisure Centre expansion projects have both recently commenced.
Demolition works in Swan Hill have been completed, to make way for the expansion of the Swan Hill Leisure Centre. To accommodate upgrades the indoor swimming pool will be closed from Monday, 22 August until Friday, 30 September. The Gym will remain open during this time.
You can follow Swan Hill Leisure Centre’s facebook page for project updates.
Grand opening of Swan Hill Soccer Pavilion
Council’s newest sporting facility, Swan Hill Regional Soccer Hub, will be formally opened by Mark Gepp MP on Tuesday, 6 September at 11am.
It is wonderful to have the new facility complete and ready to meet the growing interest and the future demands of the Swan Hill Soccer League.
The facility includes four unisex change rooms, two unisex umpire facilities, accessible toilet, social space, first aid and storage.
Novo Youth Council – Youth Ball
Novo Youth Council members are holding their popular Youth Ball next Friday, 2 September.
The Youth Ball is coordinated from start to finish – by young people.
It provides an opportunity to bring young people together, in our community, in an inclusive environment.
Tickets are available to purchase from Youth Inc and from the front office of local secondary schools for $10.
Loud @ the library
Loud @ the Library is coming back to the Swan Hill Library on Friday, 9 September.
Loud @ the Library is a music performance event for young people, providing the opportunity for local bands, singers, musicians and dance groups to perform in front of a live audience.
On performance night, the library will be transformed to a rock band room. Staging, lighting and a pumping PA system, to guarantee the full rock experience for both the performers and the audience.
The event aims to make the experience as close to a professional gig as possible.
The event is a FReeZA event supported by Youth Inc. and is for young performers aged between 12 and 25.
Go North Arts Festival
Next weekend the Go North Arts Festival will be held from 2-4 September.
The festival is really exciting and is aimed at putting the arts in our region, firmly back on the map.
Go North will kick off on Friday, 2 September with the official opening and announcement of the Swan Hill National Print and Drawing Awards and live music from River Boat Quintet.
There will be a number of art workshops throughout the day on Saturday, 3 September followed by the main concert event.
The concert will be held at Riverside Park from 4pm with Benny Walker, Freya Josephine Hollick, the Northern Folk and of course, headline act Clare Bowditch.
For more information please visit https://gonorthartsfestival.com/, call the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery on 5036 2430 or visit the Go North Festival Instagram page.