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VicRoads Notice: Night works on Cranbourne Road, Frankston

Please be aware that VicRoads will be carrying out pavement resurfacing works on Cranbourne Road, Frankston, between 8.00pm and 5.30am from Monday 2nd March to Friday 6th March inclusive, plus Tuesday 10th March though to Thursday 12th March inclusive.

How will these works impact you?

During these improvements, there will be:

  • No left turn from Fletcher road onto Cranbourne Road. For our members and staff, this means that if you are exiting our car park from Quality Street into Fletcher Road, you can only turn right and you will need to double back on an alternative street. Car park exits onto Olive Grove remain unchanged.
  • Cranbourne Road eastbound road will be closed and detours apply. This has impacted some members on their arrival each morning, unfortunately you will need to take back roads and then enter the car park from Olive Grove.
  • There is no street parking available on Cranbourne Road between Fletcher Road and Frankston Fwy.
  • A reduced speed limit throughout the entire works period will be effective.

Find out more

To find out more, please visit: http://traffic.vicroads.vic.gov.au.

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Take a dip in the bay this May! 🌅

Join the @SouthSideFestivalFrankston team for the South Side Sea Soak. Cold-water immersion has long been attributed with both physical and mental health benefits so what better way to celebrate the bay this May?

South Side Sea Soak
Saturday 11 May, 8am
Frankston Foreshore, outside Frankston Life Saving Club
FREE
Tickets at southsidefestival.com.au

 #parcfrankston #frankstoncity #coldwaterswim #freeevents #beachswim
ANZAC Day is an important day for our nation as we pause and reflect on the service men and women who have fought to protect our country. 🇦🇺🇳🇿🌹

PARC will be open with reduced hours on Thursday 25 April 2024. 

Centre: 1pm-7pm 
Waterslide: 1pm-6pm 
Cafe: 1pm-5pm 
Childcare: Closed
PARC Swim: No Classes
Group exercise: Reduced timetable, check Customer Portal for classes. 

#parcfrankston #anzacday #publicholiday
Did you know that our vision is that 'Every Child In Frankston Can Swim'?🌳👶🏻

The Rotary Peninsula 2.0's Birth Tree is one way that's helping us to achieve this vision. ⚙️

By joining the Birth Tree, you get your child's name on this year's plaque. Plus through the Birth Tree, $45 of every contribution goes straight back to PARC and PINES to help more children build confidence in the water. Your contribution will go directly to funding baby swim programs. It's a great gift to welcome a child into our ever-growing community in Frankston.🏊

You can purchase a place for a baby born this year on the birth tree by heading to our website in the link below. Or for older children, you can add them to the Family Garden. Find out more in the link in our bio.

 #parcfrankston #frankston #FrankstonCity #rotary
Who's joining us tomorrow for our last PINES Free Family Friday of the season? 

Help us see out the PINES season with a bang and head down to our gorgeous outdoor pool for:

✅ Free entry between 4pm-7pm
🌭 Free sausage sizzle 
💦️ Waterslide (weather dependent) 
🎨️️ Face painting 
🙌️ Giveaways 
🥳️ And lots of fun in the water! 

It has been an incredible season and we can't wait to celebrate with our wonderful community.

We can't wait to see you there!

#parcfrankston #pinesfrankston #freefamilyfun #frankstoncity #outdoorpool
Spots are still available for our PARC Fit Outdoor term 2! 💪

Due to popular demand we have added another term of PARC Fit Outdoor, running over 6 weeks and set outside in the beautiful surrounds of Beauty Park and Frankston Pier, our 60 minute sessions are a great way to start your mornings. 🌳🏋️‍♀️🏃‍♀️🌿

PARC Fit Outdoor Term 2 kicks off next Monday 15 April! With three different days to choose from across the week, there's still time to book your bootcamp style outdoor training sessions.

To register head to our Customer Portal in the link in our bio.

#parcfrankston #outdoorexercise #groupoutdoorfitness #morningworkouts #frankston
Don't forget to book into our Living With Wildlife activity on Friday! 🌿🐨🌿

This arts and crafts this hands-on activity is perfect for children curious about nature!  Creating a habitat for butterflies using native seeds and clay, children will make 'seed balls' to take home and start a butterfly patch in the garden. 🦋🐝🪲

Bookings are essential, so please head to the link below to book your child in for a session. If you cannot attend your booked session, you can cancel through the Eventbrite page.

All items are provided and no live animals, insects or lizards are used. 

📆 When: Friday 12 April 
🕐 Sessions times between 12pm-2pm

To book for our Living With Wildlife activity please head to:
https://bit.ly/3PRZQdM

 #parcfrankston #artsandcrafts #schoolholidays #frankston #thingstodoinmelbourne

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