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Chamber Update - February 2020

29 Jan 2020

Strategic goals for 2020

By Shane Wylie - Media Director

The Docklands Chamber of Commerce (DCC) will be hosting a community forum to discuss the plans for a long term and sustainable activation initiative designed to make the harbour the centerpiece of Melbourne.

All Docklands residents will be welcome to attend with confirmation by reservation only. The first session will be held at the Community Hub at The Dock Library from 7.30am to 10am on February 19 with a second session to accommodate morning workers held on February 20 from 5.30pm.

Our vision for Docklands is to become a tourism focal point for Melbourne with a sustainable activation that won’t be affected by bushfires, political unrest or weather. Come along, see our vision and have your say about the future of our precinct.

Sri Lankan Festival

Last held in 2018, the Sri Lankan Festival – Lankanfest – will be making Docklands home annually and will be held on March 21 and 22 this year. Expected numbers in excess of 30,000 will make this one of Docklands’ biggest activations of the year. A true celebration of Sri Lankan food, culture, music, arts and handmade crafts. From 10am daily through to 11pm you won’t be able to miss it.

Follow the build-up:

on our Facebook - @fb.me/docklandsmelb

Run 4 The Kids

Run 4 The Kids returns to Docklands again for 2020, true to the promise to make our precinct its home forever. March 29 will see a change from last year’s route but again both the short and the long run will head over the Bolte Bridge and maintain a start and finish in Docklands.

We’ll again be hosting a charity breakfast in the lead up to the run.

Last year we raised over $7000 in support of the Royal Children’s Hospital and will welcome all Docklands businesses, stakeholders and residents alike to attend.

 

 

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