Cancer Council - Biggest Morning Tea will be held 9.00am - 12.00pm on 19th May at The Lions Shed, 36, Quailo Avenue, Hallett Cove. Gold coin donation and all very welcome.
2018 ANZAC DAWN SERVICE
To be held on the Foreshore at Hallett Cove
5.45am until 6.30am
on Wednesday 25th April 2018
All very welcome
Lest We Forget
Concert at the Cove
Families are invited to dance, sing and unleash their inner rock star at Marion’s first community music festival.
Concert at the Cove includes four hours of live music, come-and-try activities and competitions. This FREE event will showcase the best of classic pop and rock from 2pm until 6pm at Heron Way Reserve, Hallett Cove on Sunday 25 March 2018.
Concert at the Cove celebrates the completion of the more than $1 million upgrade of Grand Central Reserve that now contains an amphitheatre, public art, paths and landscaped areas. The event will be broadcast live by Coast FM 88.7.
This event is FREE entry!
On the Main stage:
- Headliners are party band, Escapades, who will perform a unique mix of pop, funk and soul
- The Decibels will get the party started with a string of 50s and 60s rock ‘n’ roll classics
- Breezin will then hit the stage with a performance of rock classics
Food and Refreshments:
Relax on the grass, enjoy views of the coastline and dine on dishes from throughout the world from more than 20 Fork in the Road food trucks.
For the Kids:
- The Amazing Drumming Monkeys and Noises for Kids will have children of all ages laughing and singing along
- Make a musical instrument from recycled materials, design an album cover, decorate a microphone
Record and Music Stall Run by local Lions Club
Buy, sell and swap records and musical instruments.
Australia Day Celebrations Friday 26th January at the Forseshore, Hallett Cove with Music and Children's Games
This year's Australia Day Celebrations on the Foreshore were again organised by Hallett Cove Lions, assisted by our local Rotary Club. The City of Marion's Citizenship Ceremony took place with Marion City Mayor Kris Hanna and was followed by breakfast provided by our Lions members and entertainment for old, not so old and the kiddies.
A photograph below, kindly presented by one of our members Mr T Powell, of Hallett Cove Beach as it was back in 1933
(Mr Powell served as a Lifeguard at that time and can be seen in the foreground wearing a one piece swimming costume, goggles and rudimentary flippers made out of stained gumtree bark)
A View along Hallett Cove Beach Present day
Hallett Cove is a southern beachside suburb of Adelaide. It is situated within the City of Marion.
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