Port Phillip Greens Events



This page lists the upcoming Port Phillip events - including training sessions, field action, social events and lots more! Everything we do brings us a step closer to getting Greens elected to Council across the line and turning Port Phillip Green!

If you're interested in organising an event, or have a fantastic idea please let us know - we'd love to hear from you. 

Our events are open to everyone - newcomers and seasoned campaigners alike - so please feel free to bring your friends.  Greens campaigns are run on people-power, and we can't do this without you!

When you RSVP to an event you'll receive a confirmation email with all the event details - please make sure you do so we know how many people to expect!  You can always cancel your RSVP at a later date (using the link in your confirmation email). 

  • Friday, January 20, 2017 at 06:45 PM · 11 rsvps
    Misery Guts in St Kilda, Australia


    INVITATION :  Politics in the Pub for January 2017


    Dear Member / Supporter - With summer in fine swing and conversation being easy, it's time to have another event to share our connections and our common values. 

    There are a few things taking place this year. 2017. One of the more memorable ones will get sworn in on the 20th of January. (Hint - Orange hair.)

    However, let's not talk about that. No - not at all. It's all been spoken about beforehand and will be spoken about at great length in the future. Oh how it will be spoken about. 

    Instead, let's look at our goal of redefining what progressive politics is going to look like - ask questions, like how we are going to get there and how we are going to work on this over the next 16 years.

    How you, me, us - the Greens and all the other like minded progressive folks are going to keep our eye on the important things.  Soothsayers Political forecasts suggest a dark dark world out there. We need to share the light. We need to plan over goblets glasses of wine and on strong tables built for robust conversation on the subtleties of systemic democratic dialogue and vagaries of institutional change for the coming of 4 years of winter neolibealism.

    For are we not a party, and shall we not party in spirit and not just in name?