Unley Publications : Unley Life Autumn 2017
UNLEYLIFE 21 Register for BPAY View & WIN! BPAY View is a convenient, easy way to pay your City of Unley Rates Notice Register by 28 April for your chance to win an iPad Mini 4^ The way you manage your bills has changed. BPAY View® sends your City of Unley Rates Notice straight to the same online bank you use to pay them, saving you from shuffling paper. With convenient email, SMS or bank message reminders* and secure online or mobile access, BPAY View makes it easy to pay on time, every time†. And BPAY View is easy on the environment too. Sign up to BPAY View today 1 Log into your online banking account. 2 Look for the BPAY View or View Bills section. 3 Register to receive your City of Unley Rates Notice by entering: • the BPAY Biller Code: 2238 • your BPAY View registration number located in the BPAY box on your rates notice. Note: You may not receive your paper bill once you have registered to BPAY View. For further information, visit bpay.com.au/bpayview ^ Registrations close 5pm, Friday 28 April 2017 to be in the running to win a 16GB WiFi iPad Mini 4, valued at $569. Entries will be drawn Monday 1 May 2017 with the winner notified by phone or email. For full competition terms and conditions go to unley.sa .gov.au/bpay-view-competition-terms BPAY® and BPAY View® are trademarks of BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518. *Notification options may var y for each Financial Institution. Contact your Financial Institution for further information and terms and conditions. †Subject to availability of funds. Unley residents were treated to a trip down memory lane during the recent Adelaide Fringe. Rachael Horbelt, Alex Schulze and pianist Will Metzer performed their show Down Glittering Memory Lane to aged care residents and staff at Southern Cross Care, Estia Health, Carinya Aged Care, Eldercare and the general public at the Clarence Park Community Centre. The City of Unley co-presented the Doris Day and Marilyn Monroe tribute show as part of the Adelaide Fringe. “It can be challenging on so many levels for aged care residents to get out to see a show therefore to bring the Fringe and a show like Down Glittering Memory Lane to aged care facilities includes people that might otherwise miss out,” Alex, from Break the Ice Entertainment, says. “ T he music from Doris and Marilyn’s era really strikes a chord with the residents and it brings some glitz, glamour and more laughter to their lives. “ T he laughter, in par ticular, plays an instrumental part in harnessing mental and physical wellbeing, so the benefits are multi-fold.” Unley Council’s Cultural Development Coordinator Matthew Ives says as well as Down Glittering Memory Lane, the inaugural health and wellbeing Meraki festival was also held to coincide with the Fringe. “ T he Fringe is an inclusive ar ts festival, which caters for all demographics both as participants and audiences,” he says. “Suburban councils can therefore be part of this and it acts as another reminder of what a vibrant arts community Unley is all the year round.” Fringe for all ages Rachael Horbelt and Alex Schulze.
Unley Life Summer 2016