It is BACK for 2019! After an excellent pilot in 2018 - the Point Cook Pop Up Park is BACK!
Mamma is NOT surprised that Point Cook has activated the Pop Up Park again this year is is an amazing addition to Stockland Point Cook Town centre! The space is huge with lots of tables, kids cubbies, games, shady spots, astro turf and best of all heaps of people are already making use of the space!
Thank you to the residents and local businesses of Point Cook and surrounds, The Point Cook Action Group, Stockland Point Cook, The Victorian State Government through Pick My Project, Wyndham City and CoLocal we can continue to enjoy this space.
A big congratulations o all involved in getting this back for 2019 It is a fantastic space for the community.
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Mamma's special mentions:
International Women’s Day is on in full-force at the Point Cook Pop-Up Park!
Join us for a night of celebration of women both local and global with music performances by Ella Hooper, Dallas Frasca, Aggie & The Blue Velvet Band alongside hands-on workshops, the launch of a local women’s-led publication and the big beautiful Babushka inflatables!
We’ll kick off the event at 4pm with music sensation Ella Hooper on stage and a special International Women’s Day version of the Wynnies happening at the workshop tables for kids up to 12 years old.
From 5pm Dallas Frasca will take the stage and rock out. A DJ will be playing tunes from 6-7pm, at which point Aggie Gioftsidis will take the stage to perform iconic covers of women-led music.
It’s going to be a powerhouse event celebrating women in music, performance and art. During the event, be sure to check out the screens at the far end of the park to see the display of work made by local female artists and visit the workshop table to create a fat bottomed girl polymer clay bead with local artist Carolyn Warren-Langford.
And don’t forget your free tote-bag full of goodies!
For more information visit https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/IWD.
Stockland Point Cook Town Centre restaurant precinct on Murnong Street.