Peninsula Visitors Guide, Summer 2015, Page 023 (transcription) SmartPage Explore more with SmartPage 23 SILVERS COMES TO TOWN Silvers Circus has been entertaining Australian audiences for almost 40 years.
Each year changing guest star performers to keep the show fresh and entertaining.
This year Silvers have imported 3 totally new acts from Europe Dominik and Ramon in the Wheel of Steel.
Ramon Franciska from Switzerland, on the High Wire Klara Janeckova, foot juggling Artist from the Czech Republic.
As well as Silvers line up of Las Vegas style illusions, comedy, and all the fun of the fair.
Silvers will be appearing at Rosebud 2-11th Jan and Mornington 14th Jan - 1st Jan.
ROSEBUD KITE FESTIVAL 8TH MARCH 2015 As Victoria s largest kite flying event, this free family festival attracts an internationally acclaimed line up of professional kite makers and wind artists.
Guest Kite makers from Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania will be gracing the skies with their giant maxi kites, colourful land-based wind art and unique delta kite creations.
Novice kite flyers, family kite makers and spectators are invited to join in on the fun and celebrate the art of the kite .
The kite flying displays are matched by an exciting program of family entertainment kids activities, kite making workshops, carnival rides, circus workshops, roving performers, live music on stage, heaps of food stalls and more The impressively large Maxi Kites are floating 3D creations that can be seen from miles away and measure up to twenty meters or more in diameter.
Requiring skillful handling and a clever aerodynamic design, it is no simple feat to keep these giants of the kite world flying high.
In past festivals we have seen these kites include schools of fish, whales, stingrays and octopi.
The overall effect can be beautiful an ephemeral scene of creatures floating deep in the sky and dancing in the air above Port Phillip Bay.
So put the date in your diary and visit Rosebud foreshore during the Labour Day weekend in March.
Meet the professional Kite Makers informally on Saturday March 7th from 10am - 1pm as they preview their 2015 creations, while the festival s main event is on Sunday 8th March from 11am-5pm.
Wittingslow family BRINGING MORE SUMMERTIME FUN TO THE PENINSULA Summer wouldn t be complete on the Peninsula without the iconic Wittingslow carnivals on the foreshore.
Everyone knows the holidays have really arrived when the attractions and rides start to get set up for another year.
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