What’s on this November in Port Lincoln
What’s on this November in Port Lincoln
November 1st 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Hilton Motel 13 King Street Port Lincoln
Informed by the latest research in suicide prevention, Wesley LifeForce training equips participants with a variety of skills such as managing suicidal crisis, understanding risk and protective factors, as well as how to recognise potential warning signs. Programs are aimed at training individuals from all walks of life, as well as organisational groups.
November 2nd 4.30 pm till 9 pm
The Port Lincoln Foreshore Markets have been planned for the first Friday of the month during the warmer months on the foreshore lawns near the town square.
Come down to the foreshore and browse through the Port Lincoln Foreshore Markets, catering for everyone, with a variety of food stall holders offering hot and cold food and beverages, jams and preserves, home baked goods, fruit and vegetables, seafood and smallgoods. Entertainment for the whole family from bubble soccer, paddle boards, musicians, performers and exhibitions. Enjoy the casual and relaxed atmosphere and support your local producers, artists, micro-businesses, performers and community groups during the summer months.
Wed, November 7 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Port Lincoln Hotel 1 Lincoln Hwy
Less than 1% of Business Owners truly “Master” their businesses. This workshop reveals the system and the key ingredients to achieve Growth, Succession & Work-life Balance all at once. Learn what high profile business families teach to their young known as “the business mastery code”. This code has been successfully applied by 14,000 small business owners in Australia already making it the most reliable and exciting proven formula for success available anywhere in the world. In this two and a half hour jam packed workshop John Peterson will give you simple, practical advice with tools and strategies that you can use and begin implementing into your business immediately.
Park Terrace Kindy Cheese & Wine night
9th Nov $15 per head
A night for the adults where interested members of the community can come and have a look at our kindy and find out more about what we do for our students! Come and join the staff and current students parents and families for a night of mingling, music and local wine. Red & white wine, champagne and soft drink will be available for purchase; the cost of your ticket includes your first drink and a complimentary glass decorated by one of our current students together with cheese and grazing platters. Please note this is an adults only event.
Sunday 11 November 2018
This year 11th November marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18). Each year on this day Australians observe one minute’s silence at 11 am, in memory of those who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts. In 1997, Governor-General Sir William Deane issued a proclamation formally declaring 11 November to be Remembrance Day, urging all Australians to observe one minute’s silence at 11 am on 11 November each year to remember those who died or suffered for Australia’s cause in all wars and armed conflicts.
The Remembrance Day National Ceremony will be held at the Port Lincoln War Memorial, Corner Lincoln & Flinders Highway.
Navigator College showcasing Navigator Talent – auction of students artwork
Melbourne Cup Recovery Day Wednesday, 7th November
Let’s see you back Melbourne Cup Day up with a chilled out visit to Ravendale Racecourse. Full catering available, public bars are open, offering tote facilities ……. a day at the races has something for all the family.
11:00am – 5:00pm Free Entry for everyone
Twilight Business Meet – Friday 16th November 2018.
Port Lincoln Racing club will hold the first twilight meet for the season. How fantastic to be able to kick back after work on the lawns with a bevy or two and watch the horses thunder down the home straight!
Friday twilight race meetings will feature a “Happy Hour” from 5:00 pm and a free shuttle bus service back into town following the last race. – Live music from late afternoon – FREE entry after 5:00pm – competition on the day to win free memberships.
Gates Open : 1.30 pm Adults : $10 Concession: $5 Under 18 Free
TGIF Twilight Meet – Friday – 30th of November
Thank God Its Friday twilight Meet is the second of the six Twilight race events this 2018 2019 season. Bring your work place to the races.put your business card in one of the glass bowls in one of the bars around the course and you’ll have a chance to win free 2018-2019 memberships for all empyees attending the races on the night!
Gates Open : 1.30 pm Adults : $10 Concession : $5 Under 18 Free Free entry after 5:00 PM
Performing at Beer Garden Brewing Port Lincoln
FYRE BYRD are fronted by vocalist/guitarist Josh and female drummer Daniella. Formed in only 2017, FYRE BYRD have already made serious ground with their fresh approach, blending classic songwriting with Josh’s distinctive vocal sound and wired modern guitar on top of Daniella’s animalistic, hard hitting drums.They are dynamic and incredible to watch live.
6:30 pm – 11:00 pm 28-34 London Street Tickets $12.64 – $41.51
17 November 2018
The Port Lincoln Yacht Club presents “Masquerade Black Tie Ball” on 17 November 2018. This is a new event and is advertised to the general public as well as to members and leading up to the Christmas holidays should be a popular night out. There are limited tickets available so hurry and purchase them.
Get ready to look fabulous!
6.30 pm at the Port Lincoln Yacht Club
Welcome Champagne 3 Course alternate serve menu
Live Entertainment by Chrissy K Band
DRESS CODE – BLACK TIE
Prizes for Best Dressed Male and Female
$75pp, LIMITED SEATS!
Table bookings are welcome
Big Bad Wolf
November 21 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
He’s the most misunderstood character in fairy-tale history. Put simply he has no friends. But then he does have incredibly sharp teeth, yellow eyes and his own ideas about personal hygiene, and he is the infamous Big Bad Wolf after all. No one likes him. Luckily one girl is brave enough to double check this wolf’s bad press and an unlikely friendship is born. This hilarious, table-turning tale will have you wondering why you were so scared in the first…
66 Tasman Terrace Tickets $18
The NOORDAM is the first Cruise Ship to visit Port Lincoln this 2018/2019 season.
Come down check out the Cruise Ship Noordam while it docks in Port Lincoln on 30th November. It will be a busy time this summer with an increasing number of Cruise ships bringing many visitors to this picturesque city and boosting tourism and small businesses in Port Lincoln
With each ship visit there can be up to 3000 passengers and 1000 crew that disembark and visit the city. In previous years Port Lincoln has received accolades as being voted as best port by passengers according to South Australian Tourism Commission market research.