Saturday, MARCH 20

Norton Park action with art, music and kids activities


ART IN THE PARK - norton park


11am - 2pm

Caravan Sounds is set to roll into town and kick off one hell of a party with DJ Ruby Chew behind the decks. Born and bred Adelaidian with a passion for all things retro, her musical M.O. combines classics we all love merged with soon to be favourites from the past. Ruby’s known for creating atmosphere, bringing the fun, retro vibes and getting booties shakin'. Ruby's packin’ an array of tantalising tunes – from classic rock, rhythm and blues, disco, to 90’s and naughties, she’s got it and she ain’t afraid to use it!


paint the pump

11am - 2pm

Artist Scott Rathman of Rusted Tin - Contemparary Aboriginal Arts will engage with the local youth to design vibrant new artwork to adorn the pump track at Norton Park


Archies Wallflowers - Advancing Whyalla

Alex Ramsey Community Library - 11am - 2pm

A community arts project launch





Speak, whisper, sing, howl, mumble or shout. Whatever way works for you, share your words out loud with guest poet & host Alysha Herrmann at the Whyalla Library. Local writers will have 3minutes (maximum) to share their best work on the mic. Guest poet Alysha will present a reading of her work to kick off and close the event.

Register your spot as a writer: Link coming soon

Register to attend as an audience member: Link coming soon


ROOPena football club - 6.30pm

The Whyalla RFDS Support Group are back for another quiz night after last years interruption!

Simply get together a team of eight - family, friends or workmates. Tickets on sale now at just $10, cash sales only. But hurry, pre purchase before it's too late. A sell-out event is expected, tickets will not be available at the door as part of Covid restrictions.

For home delivered tickets contact Phill Stone 0477 779 993

Tickets also from Debbie Drobnjak 0416 003 162, or Tracy Brookes at MM Electrical, Norrie Ave.

Follow Whyalla RFDS Support Group on Facebook. E-mail enquiries to: phillipstone1@outlook.com


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