Soak up the gorgeous weather this weekend – perhaps enjoy a hit of golf with a twist by day, and relax with a film by night.
What’s On: Hit of golf, sunset cinema and art at Victor
Try your hand at Blitz Golf this weekend, when it returns to Glenelg Golf Course on January 10. The afternoon is designed for all ages, with fun and entertainment for the family, in addition to the ten-hole golf tournament with 32 players – including golfing greats, rising stars and local celebrities. The little ones can take part in a junior putting clinic, and music and food and beverages will be on offer.
Head along to Broadview Oval for the City of Prospect’s Sunset Cinema and bring a picnic rug or chair to enjoy the free family movie this Saturday – and the second Saturday of each month until March. Bring your own picnic, or enjoy the food vendors on offer – a charity sausage sizzle, popcorn, coffee and ice cream. This month’s film is Madagascar, which will screen when the sun goes down after 8pm. Entry is a donation, which will go to a different local community group each month.
Take a look back at the political shenanigans of 2019 in an exhibition of 87 cartoons by political cartoonists from across Australia at the State Library of SA until February 21. The world of rock music frames Behind the Lines, with politicians drawn as musicians in cartoons commenting on events ranging from the federal election to Brexit (pictured here is The Greatest Hits Tour by Jon Kudelka, The Australian, 2019).
Art with heart
The Victor Harbor Art Show attracts thousands of entries each year and is a major summer holiday drawcard for the region. It opens on January 8, with the Friday night preview and runs until Saturday, January 16. Thousands of dollars are raised each year to benefit local organisations and charities, as well as national and international causes.
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