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Arts & Leisure
Events & activities
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The City of Casey seeks to work co-operatively with community groups and organisations to develop and deliver a range of local events to residents.
The roar of motorcycles and a sea of colour and chrome filled the streets of Cranbourne on Saturday 17 October at the Cranbourne GP Run. The City of Casey is proud to host one of the largest and most exciting events in Victoria, as thousands of motorcyclists gathered in Cranbourne to travel en-masse to Phillip Island for the 2015 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
As part of the City of Casey’s commitment to supporting a broad range of community events, the Community Event Sign’s can be utilised by community and not-for-profit groups conducting events in the municipality.
Australia Day, 26 January, is the biggest day of celebration in the country and is observed as a public holiday in all states and territories.
Riders gather to honour a tradition begun in Casey's sister city Berwick-upon-Tweed in the UK, more than 500 years ago.
The City of Casey aims to provide up to two FREE Event Forums each year for community event organisers, to inform and increase awareness of Council Event related services and also provide a networking opportunity for Casey's event organisers.
Parkrun is a world-wide activity happening here in Casey.
What better way to celebrate Christmas then at one of your local Christmas Carols. This year, carols events will be held at Hampton Park, Cranbourne, Tooradin, Endeavour Hills, Narre Warren, Narre Warren South, Narre Warren North and Doveton.
Looking for things to do over the school holidays? The City of Casey and other providers have a bunch of fun things to do for kids through to teenagers.
Do you think you have what it takes to be Casey’s next star?
Active Casey Week is a new initiative implemented by the City of Casey, running from Saturday 11 April to Saturday 18 April 2015.
If you don't know the person who lives next door, or across the street, make a special effort to introduce yourself.
As part of the Victorian Government’s Anzac Centenary program (2014 – 2018) honouring the legacy of our servicemen and women, past and present, the City of Casey has collected various online resources that commemorate ANZAC soldiers from the Casey area.