With Stage 4 restrictions in place across Frankston and the Peninsula and many of our retail premises forced to close from midnight Wednesday, most of us will be confined to our homes for the foreseeable future. But never fear, we’re here for you with our August edition of Mornington Peninsula Magazine out now.
As always, it’s full of great reading – from tips on how to make your own face mask to the continuing push to have the Peninsula’s metropolitan classification changed to regional. Our own tennis champion Heath Davidson looks to the future as he prepares for the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics, while the Peninsula Ship Society looks back at the 1854 ‘Battle of Hobsons Bay’, and the Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society looks up at the stunning August night sky.
You can get a different perspective on the pandemic through the eyes of our First Nations peoples, and sit back as Michael Veitch shares his very personal connection to the tragic story of the Ticonderoga in his one-man theatre piece Hell Ship: The Journey of the Ticonderoga courtesy of a live stream from the Frankston Arts Society.
Our eight-page Local Lovin’ feature is a guide to many of our best local businesses, and we urge you to support those that are still able to trade under the new restrictions.
So stay safe, stay home, and stay informed and entertained with Mornington Peninsula Magazine. It’s all right here.