Family Friendly Events for June 

We have a great month of family events coming up in June. Winter has arrived. So now is a great time for cozy indoor activities and muddy activities outside. If you’re looking for family-friendly events and activities for the month of June, then Buggybuddys has you covered! Check out our list of fun events around Perth including live performances, sports events, festivals and more for the whole family.

 

Tiny Doors of York 2024 New Trail

Time: All Day Location: Various locations around York Cost: Free

Audience: All Ages

Phone: 96411301 Email: info@york.wa.gov.au Website: visit.york.wa.gov.au Download Tiny Door Trail here

 

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Free Tall Coffee Day – Muzz Buzz

Get ready to rise and shine! Join us for Free Tall Coffee Day on June 13th, 2024, from opening until 12 noon at your local Muzz Buzz.
Not a coffee fan? No problem! We’ve got Tall Chai and Tall Hot Chocolate waiting for you. Don’t miss out on the caffeinated fun! ☕🎉 #FreeCoffeeDay 

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Meals with Mates // June // Meerilinga Woodvale

 

Join Meerilinga Woodvale for a free community dinner second Friday of each month.

Sponsored by:

Julie Ormstan & Partners: Real Estate Agents Woodvale (julieormstonandpartners.com.au)

Lions Club of Kingsley-Woodvale: (2) Facebook

Meerilinga Woodvale will be hosting monthly Meals with Mates on the SECOND Friday of each month. Everyone is welcome to attend, enjoy a meal and meet some other local community members. Suitable for all ages.

Menu to be confirmed – Please check back closer to the date.

We are looking for volunteers who would like to cook the meal. Follow this link to sign up: https://signup.com/go/LEeqbqF

EVENT DETAILS:
Where: Meerilinga Children and Community Services Woodvale
30 Chichester Drive, Woodvale
When: Friday 12th April 2024
Time: 5pm to 7pm (food served at 5:30pm)
Cost: FREE – Registration essential.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
Please contact Samantha for more information on this event.
P: 9309 3462
E: Woodvale@meerilinga.org.au

Photo and Video Consent:
Please note photography and filming will take place at this event. By registering your attendance, you give permission for your photograph and/or video to be taken as part of the event, which Meerilinga may use for marketing purposes to promote its programs and services. To exclude yourself and/or your children from having your photo and/or video taken, please make yourself known to the event coordinator.

 

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Winter Wonderland Disco

 

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 Dive into a Winter Wonderland Disco! 🎉

Join us for an unforgettable evening of fun and magic! ❄️✨
👭 Meet & dance with the Snow Sisters!
🕠 Date: June 14, 2024
🕠 Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
🎟️ Entry + Meal Deal: $19
🎟️ Entry Only: $12
Plus, our cafe will be open to keep your energy up with delicious treats!
Don’t miss out on this enchanting adventure! Book your tickets now!

 

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KINGSWAY COMMUNITY MARKET

 

Every Saturday morning! 13 Jan – 21 Dec 2024
Located in the park area next to Olympic Kingsway Sports Club Bellerive Blvd, Madeley 8am – 12pm
 
– Fresh fruit & veg stalls – Gourmet meat products – Bakery with fresh bread & Pastries – Gourmet food stalls – Delicious breakfast & brunch – Coffee / Ice Coffee – Ice Cream – Cold pressed Juice – Face painting – Live music by local musicians
 
Come down to Kingsway Markets with your family & friends and enjoy breakfast in the sunshine!
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY ALL YEAR, Rain hail or shine!
 
Heaps of parking & space for picnic rugs
Pet friendly event – Please keep dogs on a lead at all times
 
Stallholder enquiries: kingswaymarkets@gmail.com 

 

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Community Conservation Planting Day – Dianella

The City of Stirling invites you to join us for a Community Planting event at Dianella Regional Open Space to help restore sections of the bushland. This event is an opportunity to:

  • Meet your neighbours and build a sense of community
  • Improve biodiversity and conservation value of our natural areas
  • Learn more about conservation and how you can get involved

This event will involve planting in the bushland with a variety of important plant species. The planting is done by community members with the guide of expert help from our staff and conservation volunteers. The City requests you bring your own gardening gloves, water bottle, closed-in shoes, protective eye wear and weather appropriate clothing (long pants, either a broad brim hat/sunscreen or raincoat/pants). On arrival to the event, volunteers and residents will be asked to register and an induction will be carried out prior to planting activities. This is a family friendly event, however, please ensure children are supervised at all times as we will be working in the bush. Sausage sizzle lunch will be provided after the event by the Stirling Lions Club, along with ‘thank you’ tokens in appreciation of your efforts. Timing:  8.45am Registration 9-9.30am Induction, welcome and planting demo 9.30-11.30am Planting 11.30pm – 12pm Lunch Break and meeting your fellow community 12pm End of event Don’t miss out! Make sure you sign-up to this Community Conservation Day. Please note the event is subject to being cancelled or rescheduled where weather conditions are bad or where COVID-19 restrictions are in place. Please ensure you check for email updates closer to the event date including parking.

 

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2024 Community Art Exhibition

 

2024 Community Art Exhibition

  Monday 27 May – Saturday 15 June Open during centre opening hours   The incredibly popular Community Art Exhibition returns again in 2024. This annual exhibition celebrates the City of Joondalup’s visual arts community and is open to all residents within the City or members of art associations located within the City.   Over 200 artworks will be on display and available for sale at Lakeside Joondalup, with all works competing for a share of over $8,000.    Awards  

  • Most Outstanding Artwork – $4,000 
  • Highly Commended – $1,500 
  • Celebrating Joondalup – $1,500 
  • Student Award – $750 (for artists in Years 8-12) 
  • Popular Choice – $500 

  Winners will be announced at the Award Ceremony on Saturday 1 June.   For more information, please contact the City of Joondalup on 9400 4000 or email the Visual Arts Officer at visualarts@joondalup.wa.gov.au

 

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Look, Look. Anna Park

 

Join us to celebrate the first solo museum exhibition for Anna Park in Australia with an opening weekend of celebrations.

Rising star of Contemporary Art comes to AGWA in an Australian-first exhibition. Look, look. Anna Park debuts with more than 15 never-before-seen charcoal and ink works on paper that feverishly capture the spirit of contemporary life, created specifically for AGWA.
 
Drawing inspiration from popular culture, shared human experiences and interpersonal exchanges, Park’s works address the cultural construction and perception of identity, sexuality, and power within our hyper-mediated society.
 
Opening Weekend
Exhibition Launch 6.30-9pm, Friday 19 April | FREE, bookings required Join us to celebrate Anna Park’s first solo exhibition in Australia. READ MORE & RESERVE YOUR PLACE
 
 
Artist Talk & Book Signing 3-4pm, Saturday 20 April | FREE, bookings required Meet the artist Anna Park, followed by a book signing in the AGWA Design Store. READ MORE & RESERVE YOUR PLACE
 
 
Anna Park X Wah-Wah X AGWA Fashion Event 6.30-9pm, Saturday 20 April | Tickets $50 AGWA launches a fashion first | Anna Park x WAH-WAH x AGWA. This VIP event will be hosted by Vogue Australia’s Editorial Director, Edwina McCann, and features a Q&A with WAH-WAH designer Kaylene Milner and artist Anna Park. READ MORE & BUY TICKETS
 
 
Wah-Wah Australia | Pulse Talks 2-3pm, Sunday 21 April | FREE, bookings required The 2024 headline Design Store event features an up-close and personal moment rockstar fashion label WAH-WAH Australia and designer, Kaylene Milner. READ MORE & RESERVE YOUR PLACE
 
 
Image credit – Anna Park Look, look. 2024. Charcoal, ink, paint, foam, paper mounted on panel, 228.6 x 177.8 x 10.8 cm. © Anna Park, Courtesy of the artist and. BLUM, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. Photo: Genevieve Hanson.

 

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Adventures in Art for Children Workshop Series

Adventures in Art is a series of workshops for children aged 5 to 15 years. Be inspired by Local Mandurah artists Sarah Petrich, Candice Sawyer and Kerry Davies as they facilitate a series of workshops to give children a fun and engaging way to develop a range of important skills, while encouraging creativity and self-expression. Attend one or all these great workshops and discover your inner creative and make new friends. Bookings are essential as places are limited.   Workshop 1: Mixed Media Journal Tap into your unique creative side to craft a beautiful handmade journal. Perfect for yourself, or as a lovely gift. Date: Saturday 20 April. Facilitator: Sarah Petrich Book Now! Workshop 2:  Raffia Wall Hanging Explore your creativity with a raffia wall-hanging workshop. Here you’ll work with organic raffia and trinkets to design a unique, friendly piece. Learn knotting techniques and experiment with textures to craft an eco-personalized artwork that reflects your style. Date: Saturday 27 April Facilitator: Candice Sawyer Book Now! Workshop 3: Gecko Art Create a stunning piece of gecko art, through the traditional medium of dot painting on Australian wood.  Channel the natural world and exploring your creativity.. Date: Saturday 4 May Facilitator: Sarah Petrich Book Now! Workshop 4: Needle Felted Animals Learn needle felting in this workshop and create a cute, fuzzy animal head. Master the technique of shaping wool with a barbed needle, transforming it into a unique, three-dimensional piece of art. Date: Saturday 11 May Facilitator: Candice Sawyer Book Now! Workshop 5: Waves Art Workshop Indulge your creative imagination by crafting a beautiful artwork inspired by the graceful motion  of ocean waves. Meditative, invigorating, and invokes a force of nature alive to the page. Date: Saturday 18 May Facilitator: Sarah Petrich Book Now! Workshop 6: Hand Sew Happy Houses Simple hand sewing activity using scrap fabrics, felt, buttons, trims and threads. See it evolve into a keyring or pillow. Date: Saturday 25 May Facilitator: Kerry Davies ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Book Now! Workshop 7:  Sand Art Workshop Explore the medium of sand and its possibilities, dive into its textures, colours and malleability.  Everyone will create a lovely sand art piece. Date: Saturday 1 June Facilitator: Sarah Petrich Book Now! Workshop 8: Hand Rolled Candle with Clay Base Craft hand-rolled beeswax candles from local wax, and design unique bases with air-dry clay. Learn about beeswax properties and candle-making techniques while exploring clay’s creative possibilities. Date: Saturday 8 June Facilitator: Candice Sawyer Book Now! Workshop 9: Felted Gnomes Join this felted gnome workshop and craft a charming outfit for your miniature gnome. Learn felt and crafting techniques and create a magical, whimsical gnome for endless imaginative play. Date: Saturday 15 June Facilitator: Candice Sawyer Book Now! Workshop 10: Birdhouse Workshop Let your creativity take flight through this charming model. A practical piece to adorn your garden, as well as a welcoming haven for small birds. Date: Saturday 22 June Facilitator: Sarah Petrich Book Now!

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Scarborough Sunset Markets Winter Season 2024

 

Baby it’s getting cold outside – meaning the return of your favourite local winter markets!
Fire up the group chat and let the whole crew know, the Scarborough Sunset Markets Winter Season returns Saturday 11 May until 26 October.
Your favourite global foodies will nestle around the iconic Scarborough Clocktower and throughout the arbours, while hand selected artisan market stalls will flank the winter oasis.
Beachside beats from our infamous local markets DJs are the marshmallow on top of this hot chocolate Saturday eve event, providing the perfect soundtrack to keep you toasty throughout winter.
Our local Scarborough Beach Scout Group will be igniting the fires each week and helping us keep them burning throughout the winter months, plus marshmallows available for roasting.
Our legendary Waste Warriors will once again be ensuring all the market’s waste is sorted into the three waste streams, to help reduce landfill. BYO containers, cups and cutlery is once again encouraged to help ensure our markets are as sustainable as possible!
The Scarborough Sunset Markets acknowledges the traditional owners – the Noongar People – the custodians of the land on which we work. We pay respect to their elders both past and present.
The Winter Season would not be possible without the incredible support of our partners and sponsors; City of Stirling, Scarborough Beach Association, Far East Organisation and KINN & Co.

 

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Blooming Hearts

Are you a young female aged 15-25 from a multicultural community? Come and engage in various activities such as interactive games, movie nights, and conversations related to issues young women might be facing. The purpose of the group is to provide a comfortable and safe environment in which you will be able to speak about personal issues and receive comfort and advice from peers. Saturdays | Fortnightly | 4 May – 15 Jun | 5pm – 8.30pm | FREE

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Perfectly Queer

Are you queer to perfection? Spectacularly undefinable? Beautifully non-binary? Don’t miss our favourite LGBTIQA+ festival Perfectly Queer, returning to the City of South Perth in May.  Powered by SPYN.

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SOCK Week Junior Fluoro Disco – Beverley WA (27 June 2024)

 

Get ready to groove with our SOCK Week Junior Fluoro Disco in Beverley WA on 27 June 2024 – don’t forget to wear your brightest fluoro gear

Get ready for the SOCK Week Junior Fluoro Disco happening on 27 June 2024 at 138 Vincent Street, Beverley, WA 6304! This in-person event is perfect for kids who love to dance and have fun. Dress up in your brightest and boldest fluoro outfits and get ready to boogie all night long! There will be plenty of music, dancing, and games to keep everyone entertained. So, don’t miss out on this exciting event and join us at 4:30 PM!

SOCK stands for ‘Save Our Country Kids’ and is a road safety initiative created by the Narembeen CRC. SOCK week is a weeklong campaign of education on road safety and the impact poor decision making can have within a small community. SOCK Week is held annually in the last week of June and facilitates several activities and events that are designed to be informative as well as engaging. Activities held during the week- long event promote several road safety messages such as drink driving, speeding, distractions and fatigue and is aimed at a broad cross-section of the community. The initiative aims to raise awareness, inform, and educate road users as well as promote safe, legal and responsible road use.

 

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GLOW

Get excited for Rockingham Youth Centre’s second annual Pride event – GLOW.  This year’s them is Enchanted Forest. Dress up, embrace your creativity and join us for an unforgettable evening celebrating all abilities, cultures and orientations. Express yourself, dress to impress, and embrace the wonder.  Suitable for ages 14 – 24  years. There’ll be enchanting activities such as dancing, music, competitions, performers, prizes, crafts, karaoke, food and much more!  Registrations essential. Book now before spots fill up.  For more information visit @RockinghamYouthCentre on Instagram, email youthcentre@rockingham.wa.gov.au or call 9591 0836Register now

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Family Lego

Breathe life into your imagination.  Family Lego sessions are for all ages and ability levels. Family Lego sessions will run every Sunday from 1pm – 3pm. Bookings are not required for these sessions. For more information please contact Mary Davies Library and Community Centre on 9591 0800 or email mdlcccontact@rockingham.wa.gov.au.

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Safe Space by the Bookcase

Weekly meet up for LGBTQIA+ teens and their allies in the Library. Come and join in for fun with crafts, activities, and good conversations.  

Every Mon | 3:30-5pm | Free | Fremantle Library

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PlayConnect+ Playgroup – Online Playgroup

 

Supporting families with children with developmental concerns or disability

Playgroup WA’s free PlayConnect+ supported playgroups are open to children with developmental concerns or disability aged 0-8 years and their families. (Great news! A diagnosis is not necessary). The PlayConnect+ program is FREE and includes face-to-face weekly supported playgroups, online playgroups, and/or school holiday sessions, in Perth metropolitan and regional areas of Western Australia. The program offers holistic family support including information and advice about other disability support services. We welcome families with young children with developmental concerns or disability. Children do not need a formal diagnosis to join a supported playgroup and siblings are also welcome to participate. PlayConnect+ playgroups are facilitated weekly sessions and provide:

  • Safe, supported and appropriate play experiences and peer engagement opportunities for children
  • A space for parents, siblings and extended family to connect with and learn from other families
  • Access to information and resources and links to services in the community
  • Like most other playgroups, Playgroup WA’s supported playgroups meet weekly for around two hours. No referral is required and playgroups are free of charge to families.

The PlayConnect+ program is a great way for families to connect, share knowledge, ideas, and have fun!  Parents and caregivers say playgroups are beneficial because they are able to support each other. Online Playgroup – For families who may be isolated or live in remote locations, on Tuesday mornings at 10am (for approximately 1 hour) starting from 22 August, for children aged 0-5 years and family. Connect to online facilitated session with play activity for children and connection with other parents.

Are you interested in joining a PlayConnect+ program?

Please complete the Expression of Interest form online and select which program/s you are interested in. For further information: Contact Playgroup WA on 1800 171 882 or by email:  hotline@playgroupwa.com.au

 

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Bringing Up Great Kids

Bringing Up Great Kids is a reflective, mindful, respectful program that provides parents with an opportunity to reflect on their parenting journey. This free 6-week course will support dads, mums, and carers to understand their children’s behaviour.

  • Learn more about brain development in children and its influence on their thoughts, feelings, and behaviour
  • Learn more about the origins of their own parenting style and how it can be more effective
  • Understand how to respond to children’s underlying feelings and needs, and the meaning of their behaviour
  • Why self-care is important.

Registration is essential, please click the button below to reserve your space. Childcare is not available

 

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Girls in STEM

Presented by Little Genius and supported by Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers, this series of workshops is designed to inspire school-aged girls in Rockingham to get motivated by science, technology, engineering and maths. This term’s theme is all about paleontology. Learn about the different types of fossils, how they are formed, what they can tell us about dinosaurs and much more. Attendance us free, but participants must be available to attend all sessions over the eight weeks. This program will be repeated across all four libraries during the year. Bookings open Tuesday 26 March 2024. Register now

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Employability Workshops

South Metropolitan TAFE Jobs & Skills Centre are visiting Kwinana Public Library. If you are a student, jobseeker looking to change careers or an employer you can attend one of our free Employability Workshops. Tips and ideas on how to create a standout job application including:

  • Resumes
  • Cover Letters
  • Interview Skills

Book your place at an up coming workshop by phoning 9599 8655 or by emailing rockingham.jsc@smtafe.wa.edu.au 

 

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Life Launchpad – Peers Building Skills and Supports

Wednesdays 10am—12pm | Fremantle Park Sport and Community Centre (36 Ellen St) | FREE Life Launchpad are running 10 free workshops which aim to support people with mental health concerns. Come along for a cuppa and chat with people who know how it feels to live with mental health challenges. Build knowledge, skills and confidence, and find out more about yourself.  Designed and run by people with lived experience. No need for a diagnosis or a lived experience, or to identify as having mental health challenges to attend – workshops are open to all.  No need to book or obligation to attend all 10 workshops – just come along when you can. Click here for more details, or contact alexanderh@fremantle.wa.gov.au If you would prefer to register or give yourself a reminder, you can do so here

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Rockin’ Jams

Rockin’ Jams is a hangout for musicians aged 14-22 years of all levels. Each week you’ll get tips to write your own songs or you can join in on the jam sessions. Feel free to bring in your own instruments or try something new in the jam room. For more information about Rockingham Youth Centre activities or to register:

 

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Food Sensations for Children

Parents and carers of children 0-5 years are invited to join us for our free Food Sensations for Children program run by a qualified nutritionist. We provide free creche while you learn how to make cooking for your children quick and easy, what’s healthy and what’s not, get some lunchbox ideas and tips for making meal times more enjoyable. This is a popular program so email or text your interest to secure your place.

 

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LinkedIn Learning – Find Your Dream Job

 

Thursday 6 June 2024 | 11:30am – 12:30pm | South Perth Library

  Did you know your library membership provides you with FREE access to the LinkedIn Learning video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts?  Learn relevant, professional skills to help you succeed personally and professionally. Choose from over 16,000 online courses in 13 languages from expert instructors with real-world experience. Over 60 new courses are added each week. Do you want to be excited to go to work every day? Join our libraries Digital Literacy Officer and navigate your way through the LinkedIn Learning course ‘Find your Dream Job: Interview Techniques and Resume Writing’ to make your dreams reality! Presented by lecturer Chris Croft, this course will help you write an eye-catching resume and excel in an interview while encouraging you to take the time to decide what job will make you happy.  Important information All attending will need a ticket. Bookings are essential. If you have a laptop or tablet that you would like to use during the session, please bring it with you. Laptops can also be provided. This is a group session and a video-based course, so we also suggest that you bring a set of headphones with you in order to make the most of the session. Unfortunately we are unable to provide these. If you’re unable to attend please call or email the library to let us know so we can reassign the tickets to someone on the waitlist.

 

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Mandurah Beats

Are you interested in Hip Hop culture and music? Artistic expression can be a powerful tool for personal development and positive transformation. Mandurah Beats is dedicated to guiding participants towards channeling their energy into the creation of meaningful and resonant music, enabling them to articulate their struggles and triumphs through a creative lens and empowering them by providing a constructive outlet for self-expression through the medium of music. If you want to write some lyrics, create a beat or learn the basics in music production, then Mandurah Beats is for you! Experienced mentors from Underground and Underrated, will use our new studio space to teach you how to express yourself through song writing, MCing, and beat making. Turn up on the day or Email us for more information. Day: Thursdays during school term Time: 3.00pm – 6.00pm Cost: Free Location: Billy Dower Youth Centre, 41 Dower Street Mandurah WA 6210 Age: 11 – 25 Phone: 9550 3670 Email: youth@mandurah.wa.gov.au

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Friendship Festival | Midland | After School Program

A FREE weekly afterschool workshop for kids 8-12yrs to learn about positive friendship behaviours and tips for making and keeping friends.

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Social Coding

Join a bunch of new and experienced programmers to code something together. You can bring your own project, or learn some Python programming by building a practical FuelWatch website to help you save money on fuel. Please bring your laptop. Thursdays | Fortnightly | 25 Jan  27 Jun | 5pm  7pm | FREE

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Spill the Beans

Introducing Spill the Beans, a program designed for young people aged 17–24. Come and join us at various cafes throughout the Rockingham area to make new friends and enjoy leisurely activities over a free coffee. Your choice to join for one day only, or all sessions. Below is the schedule of Spill the Beans for Term 2.

Date Venue Address
26 April Spill the Beans Cafe 16/91 Esplanade, Rockingham
3 May Bayside Barista 10/62 Penguin Road, Safety Bay
10 May Dome Waikiki Waikiki Village Shopping Centre, Gnangara Drive, Waikiki
17 May Surfing Lizard Cafe 11 Palermo Cove, Secret Harbour
24 May Pengo’s Cafe 153 Arcadia Drive, Shoalwater
31 May Ostro Eatery 11A Rockingham Beach Road, Rockingham
7 June Bru’s House 7/19 Dampier Drive, Golden Bay
14 June Lulu’s Cafe 15 Rockingham Beach Road, Rockingham
21 June Ellie’s Cafe 3/397 Warnbro Sound Avenue, Port Kennedy

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Bedfordale Bush Market

🎉We’ve been hard at work planning for this year’s markets and can’t wait to see you all there! Here are all the dates and themes so you can put them in your calendars 📆. Our markets are held every 2nd Saturday of the month from Mar – Nov PS. If you would like to book a stall (we have some of the most affordable stallholder fees around) all of the info is available here – https://www.bedfordalemarkets.com.au/stallholder….

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Indoor Markets

 

Join us for the popular Indoor Markets at the HRCC.

Join us for our fun and exciting Indoor Markets, hosted at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre. A family friendly event, our Indoor Markets provide a welcoming space for local creatives, small businesses and hobbyists to showcase their talents, products and passions to the community. With live music, face painting, bouncy castle and a wide variety of stalls, this is a perfect event for the whole family. Items for sale may include:

  • Homewares and decor
  • Terrariums, succulents and cacti
  • Handmade crafts and candles
  • Soaps, beauty and body products
  • Fashion and accessories
  • Bric a brac

Running from 9am to 1pm at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre, bring your family along for our fun markets. Free entry for all patrons. For more information, please call Chloe on 9729 3311 or email hrcc.info@harvey.wa.gov.au.

 

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Microgreens & Growing Food From Waste

The magic of nature comes to life in this course where we grow and make food from our waste! Learn about how many common kitchen foods and their waste can transform into more yummy food! Robyn Brown, the instructor behind ‘Waste is my Resource,’ enlightens us on harnessing the power of natural processes to stimulate the regrowth of our food, almost like a magical phenomenon. Alongside that, she possesses a wealth of ingenious methods for repurposing our leftovers, as well as a profound understanding of seeds and sprouts that she eagerly imparts. Here are some of the common vegetables (and herbs) that you can re-grow from scraps: Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Onions, Garlic, Leeks and Shallots Celery Bulb Fennel Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips, Beets and Other Root Crops Lettuce, Bok Choi and Other Leafy Greens Cabbages Basil, Mint, Cilantro & Other Herbs Feel free to bring the above food scraps to class to learn from an expert on how to regrow them! Please bring along a recycled jar (if you can) and remember to bring your own reusable water bottle and keep cup to reduce waste! Register online 

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Worms, Worms, Worms!

This children’s school holiday workshop includes an entertaining presentation covering all the ‘ins and outs’ of worms, before the kids get their hands into masses of wriggling worms and create their own mini worm farm to take home!

  • Suitable for children 5-12 years old
  • Bring an empty clear plastic water bottle (1-2litres) with the neck cut off so that you can get your hand in there (to make their mini worm farm with)
  • Each child must be supervised by an adult/parent for the workshop duration
  • Please book participating children only

Facilitated by Vermiculture expert Kevin Smith (The Worm Shed) who has been working with worms and educating children for three decades!   Contact: waste@melville.wa.gov.au  

 

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Sunday Funday – Art in Nature Workshop

Join in the fun of this special kid’s workshop on nature painting around the Swan River. This is a FREE event. Please note: activities take place in the Museum courtyard between 11am-1pm and are suitable for all ages. We ask parents to always supervise their children and assist where required. If the weather isn’t appropriate for being outside, provisions will be made to hold the activity inside. Please feel free to bring a picnic lunch to have in the park after the event.

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Kids and Anxiety Workshop

While some feelings of anxiety can be a normal part of a child’s development, an increasing number of children are experiencing higher levels of anxiety that are impacting on their everyday life. This workshop aims to assist parents and carers to understand anxiety and will provide simple strategies to use at home. A free workshop for parents, grandparents and carers of children 4-12 years. Creche facilities available.  To register contact the City on 9528 0333 or email customer@rockingham.wa.gov.au

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Do You Have an Inkling?

 

Join Zig Zag Early Years Partnership and the Telethon Kids Institute’s to gain a greater understanding of how your baby communicates with you and how to spot differences earlier!

Babies are born with remarkable abilities to communicate yet sometimes the social and communication skills of babies can develop differently to what we typically expect. Telethon Kids Institute’s Inklings is a new program for babies aged 6-18 months who are showing early differences in their social interaction and communication development, come along to hear more about the program About Presenter: Michelle Renton, Inklings Specialist Michelle is a Speech Pathologist by background with a passion for supporting children with communication challenges and their families through her work with families in the WA Metropolitan and Country Health Services, as well as the disability sector. Michelle has been involved in a number of clinical trials at the Telethon Kids Institute, including research into pre-emptive programs for infants, which support the development of social-communication skills in the first year of life. Michelle has been integral in the development of the clinical program, Inklings and is an Inklings trainer. The City of Kalamunda welcomes all abilities and champions inclusion. To discuss your individual needs, please email youth@kalamunda.wa.gov.au Bookings essential: https://www.trybooking.com/CRDIY 

 

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Hepburn Community Planting Day

Join the Friends of Hepburn Bushland and the City of Joondalup for a morning of planting.   The City was successful in receiving grant funding through WALGA’s Urban Greening Grant Program to host this Community Planting Day at Hepburn Heights Conservation Area.   Help us plant more than 450 native seedlings to expand the tree canopy and vegetation cover in high urban heat areas to help address the impacts of climate change, provide for biodiversity and improve the liveability of neighbourhoods. This is your chance to help us make a difference in our community.   Full training and assistance will be provided.    Important information:   Catering – Light morning tea will be provided. Please advise us of any dietary requirements.   What to bring: Enclosed footwear, sunscreen, water bottle, gloves, raincoat and a hat.   Accessibility: Limestone and asphalt pathways from both parking locations. The planting site is mostly flat terrain with a firm limestone track along side part of the site.   Parking:  

  • O’Leary Road next to Padbury Catholic Primary School.
  • Hepburn Heights Plaza corner of Walter Padbury Bvd and Blackwattle Pde (ACROD parking also available at this location).

  Refer to map online.   Note: no parking permitted on the verge along Hepburn Ave.

 

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Level Up – Resume and Employment Tips

Delivered by the Rockingham Youth Centre fro 14 – 24 year olds.This young job seekers workshop: 

  • gives young people an understanding of what a good resume should look like – plus free templates to use
  • provides a solid foundation on how and where to begin with current job searching
  • identifies ways of securing employment in a tough job market – especially now
  • offers an insight into areas that some young people may not have considered
  • helps participants understand the role of digital profiles, expressions of interests and job alerts
  • provides job seekers with free resources to connect to after the session to build a platform for success
  • additional information includes new training opportunities in 2024.

To register, please email youthcentre@rockingham.wa.gov.au with the following details:

  • Participant’s full name
  • Date of birth
  • Email address
  • Contact number
  • Dietary requirements
  • Accessibility or additional support needs

Registrations essential. For further details call the RYC on 9591 0836.

 

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Tune-Up Day – Baby Bunting Baldivis

 

Our Tech Team is ready to bring your pram back to life and to its best performance.

About this event

At UPPAbaby, we strive to provide best-in-class customer service that doesn’t end after the first purchase. Our team is there for you every step of the way as you navigate parenthood. It’s our way of saying thank you for being a part of the UPPAbaby family!

We are partnering with local stockists around the world to bring our Tech team directly to you. They are hitting the road to provide free exclusive pram maintenance service, share tips and tricks to keep you strolling happily and recommend gear that suits your family’s needs.

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

UPPAbaby Pram Maintenance Service

Our Tech Team is ready to bring your pram back to life and to its best performance. The team will remove and clean wheels, check the brakes, straps and harness systems, and discuss any questions you may have about your pram.

PRODUCT DEMOS

For parents and parents-to-be, test drive our products and speak to our team of experts to select the right baby gear for your family.

 

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Fun & Cheap Ways to Organise your Home

The Shire has partnered with – The Organising School to provide – Fun & Cheap Ways to Organise your Home Wasted storage solutions is a huge clutter trap! Containers purchased with good intention often go unused. In this fun and interactive workshop, Professional Organiser Sara Hall will show you how to get it right the first time. Sara will also share some of her favourite budget storage containers and how to creatively use them. 1 hour Session Click the below link to Register: https://events.humanitix.com/fun-and-cheap-ways-to-organise-your-home

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Community Conservation Planting Day – (Scarborough Beach 2)

The City of Stirling in collaboration with its partners invite you to join us for a Community Conservation day. This event is a collaborative initiative of the City of Stirling in partnership with Stirling Natural Environment Coastcare and Perth Region NRM. This event is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program. This event is an opportunity to:

  • Meet your neighbours and build a sense of community
  • Improve biodiversity and conservation value of our natural areas
  • Help stabilise and increase resilience of our dune systems from erosion
  • Learn more about conservation and how you can get involved

This event will involve planting our coastal dune systems with a variety of important plant species. The planting is done by community members with the guide of expert help from our staff and conservation volunteers. The City requests you bring your own gardening gloves, water bottle, closed-in shoes, protective eye wear and weather appropriate clothing (long pants, either a broad brim hat/sunscreen or raincoat/pants). On arrival to the event, volunteers and residents will be asked to register and an induction will be carried out prior to planting activities. This is a family friendly event, however, please ensure children are supervised at all times as we will be working near the ocean. Timing:  8.45am Registration 9-9.30am Induction, welcome and planting demo 9.30-11.30am Planting 11.30pm – 12pm Lunch Break and meeting your fellow community 12pm End of event Don’t miss out! Make sure you sign-up to this Community Conservation Day. Please note the event is subject to being cancelled or rescheduled where weather conditions are bad or where COVID-19 restrictions are in place. Please ensure you check for email updates closer to the event date including parking.

 

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Dungeons & Dragons @ South Perth Library

 

Join us for an ongoing immersive Dungeons & Dragons adventure at the South Perth Library, where fantasy meets reality in an exhilarating journey through storytelling and strategy. 

Led by seasoned Dungeon Master Josh Walker, this event invites adventurers aged 12-19 to delve into a world of mythical creatures, epic quests, and daring escapades.    Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to the realm of D&D, this event promises an engaging and exciting experience for all who dare to explore the unknown. Book now and prepare to roll the dice!   Important information: This will be a continuous campaign played over 6 sessions on the dates below.  One ticket entitles you to attend all 6 sessions. The campaign will be most fun if players attend all or most of the sessions.   Session dates:

  • 30 May – 3.45 – 5.45pm
  • 13 June – 3.45 – 5.45pm
  • 27 June – 3.45 – 5.45pm
  • 11 July – 3.45 – 5.45pm
  • 25 July – 3.45 – 5.45pm
  • 8 August – 3.45 – 5.45pm

 

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Community Planting Day 2024

It’s time to get out in the great outdoors and dig into an activity the whole family can enjoy! Our Community Planting Day will be taking place on Sunday 30 June, 9.30am-12.00pm at the Buckland Hill Reserve on the corner of Vlamingh Parade and Stirling Highway (near the Buckland Hill Estate). This is a FREE event and all are welcome. Please register your interest by emailing environment@mosmanpark.wa.gov.au or call 9383 6600 by 28 June. Morning tea will be provided. Don’t forget to bring along a water bottle, hat and sunscreen, and to wear suitable clothes for gardening! 

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Mums Who Move

Are you a Kwinana mum looking to create healthy habits for yourself and your child? Join us for Kwinana Mums Who Move – a free tailored exercise program for all mums interested in:   • Post-natal training • Improving your general fitness, well-being, and energy • Meeting other Kwinana mums • Bringing your baby/child along with you   Mondays commencing 22 January 2024, (10 weeks) 11:30am -12:30pm Thomas Kelly Pavilion Bookings essential – walk-ins not permitted.  OR   Wednesdays commencing 24 January 2024, (10 weeks) 11:30am to 12:30pm, Thomas Kelly Pavilion Bookings essential – walk-ins not permitted.    Note: Due to popularity, participants will be able to enrol either for Mondays or Wednesdays, not both.   This program is open to those who live and work in the City of Kwinana.  For additional information, please contact the Healthy and Active Lifestyle Project Officer on 08 9439 0271.

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Teen Fitness

 

Keep your teen fit, active and strong and introduce them to the gym in a positive, safe environment! 💪
Teen Fitness classes are back at Stirling Leisure Centres – Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre.
The 8-week course offers two group sessions per week with a personal trainer and access to the pool facilities.
Classes run on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4.00pm to 5.00pm, commencing on Monday 5 February.

 

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ADHD WA Term 2 SPARK Programs

This year ADHD WA launched our very own research informed program for children, adolescents and their parents/carers called SPARK.

We’re excited to be launching our Term 2 SPARK Programs including our SPARK Telethon Programs!

To learn more about SPARK and to register visit: https://www.adhdwa.org/…/group…/spark-group-program/

💥 SPARK TELETHON 💥
ADHD WA is thrilled to have secured a Telethon Grant which enables us to offer our three SPARK Programs at a subsidised cost.
To check eligibility for Telethon subsidy and the full list of Term 2 SPARK Telethon dates visit: https://www.adhdwa.org/spark-telethon/

Applications for SPARK Telethon Term 2 are closing very soon – get your application in quick to avoid missing out 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️

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Navigating the Darkness – Support Group (In person or online)

Do you struggle with depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts? You are not alone.

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Act Belong Commit DRPAC Community Choir – Youth Ensemble

Thanks to the the West Australian Opera and supported by Healthways Act Belong Commit program, the City of Gosnells brings you this 10 week choir workshop.  Have you or your child ever wanted be part of a choir but not sure you would be comfortable singing in a group? This is for you! Come on your own or with a friend and learn some popular songs. We’ll have you singing at the top of your lungs surrounded by friendly, inclusive, like-minded people in no time.  There are also two opportunities to sing in front of an audience at the DRPAC 30th Anniversary celebrations and at the end of the workshops a concert for family and friends.  At the end of the workshops the intent is to keep going as a community choir, meeting once a week, during school terms on a permanent basis.  *Open to ages 10 through to 24 Register Here

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Late Night Basketball

Get ready to lace up your sneakers and join us at our Late Night Basketball program. In this program, participants can sharpen or unleash their basketball skills while having a blast making memories on the court.   Whether you’re a seasoned ‘baller’ or just starting out, the Late Night Basketball program caters for all skill-level players in mind and provides a fun and safe court for:

  • allowing all participating players to express themselves and try new moves in a supportive and inclusive environment; 
  • skill-building to grow as a player and build confidence on and off the court;
  • the freedom of free play, as players dribble, shoot, and dunk to their heart’s content; and
  • players to showcase their skills, learn from other players and have a ball participating in half-court games. 

Aside from bringing a water bottle and wearing appropriate attire, such as sportswear and closed shoes (ideally one with non-marking soles), players participating in this program are required to bring their A-game to each session – a love for the game, enthusiasm, a positive can-do attitude, as well as fair play, respect and integrity.  We look forward to seeing participants hit the court at our Late Night Basketball program. 

Program Information

This is a free, drop-in style program and registration is required upon arrival. Youth workers will be in attendance at each session.  Eligible participants to attend this program must be aged between 12 to 18 years old and all talent levels are welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring a water bottle and wear enclosed shoes.

What takes place during the sessions?

Before entering the court, all attending participants are required to register for the program. Registrations open at 5.45pm, providing participants a 15-minute opportunity prior to the program commencing to meet this requirement. Participants attending this program can expect to be involved in free-play, skill building and half court games.  ** Please check our City of Gosnells Youth Instagram page for the latest information on whether this program will run during inclement weather **

 

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Miracle Babies Foundation NurtureGroup – Willetton

Miracle Babies Foundation NurtureGroup is free play and support groups for families who have experienced the birth of a premature or sick newborn. We welcome all NICU and Special Care Nursery families. We offer a safe and secure environment for children from birth to starting school, who have been challenged by prematurity or sickness in which they can learn and develop through play, whilst offering families ongoing parent support after leaving the safety of a NICU/Special Care Nursery. Parents and carers can exchange ideas on parenting, tackle medical issues, share stories, build support networks, form friendships and ease the isolation that can often be felt by families of premature and sick newborns. Find another location or get more information.

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Parents and Bubs Program – Heart Beat Club – Royal Life Saving WA

 

A workshop on CPR and First Aid for infants and children facilitated by Royal Life Saving WA.

Heart Beat Club

Increase your skills and confidence in CPR and First Aid on babies and children. In this session, you’ll learn how to provide first aid for common child injuries and how to perform infant and child CPR.

This 3 hour session is facilitated by Royal Life Saving WA.

Where: The Den, Derrick Ernst Neighbourhood Centre, 5 Tara Street, Morley.

When: 9:30am – 12:30pm, Friday 7 June 2024

REGISTRATIONS ESSENTIAL.

Babies are able to attend this session. The Den is an occasional day care facility and offers child care facilities.

The Den – Ph: 9375 1985. E mail: theden@bayswaterchildcare.com.au

Please be aware that by participating in any of the Parents and Bubs Program activities you are acknowledging that you are medically fit to undertake such activities and you are participating at your own risk.

If you can no longer attend please cancel your ticket or email: health.promotion@bayswater.wa.gov.au.

For marketing purposes we will be taking photos which will be used on our social media sites to promote the program. Please advise the program coordinator at the commencement of the workshop if you do not wish to be photographed.

The City of Bayswater is considerate of your needs. Please let us know if you have any access requirements, we will be pleased to assist and accommodate.

To find out more about the program please contact the City’s Health and Wellbeing Program on 9270 4126 or health.promotion@bayswater.wa.gov.au

The City of Bayswater is committed to supporting positive mental health and wellbeing within the community, and is partnered with Mentally Healthy WA to promote the Act Belong Commit health campaign.

 

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Happy Feet Fitness

Fitness and dance class for children aged 20 months-5 years. These interactive themed adventure classes are packed full of original music, amazing costumes, props, magic, games and laughter.  $9.50 per session. 

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Dungeons and Dragons: Ages 13-17

 

Attention adventurers! Join Game Masters AJ and James for epic one-shot adventures. Unleash your creativity and embark on thrilling quests.

Attention, brave adventurers! Embark on an epic journey into the realms of imagination, where you hold the power to shape your destiny. Dive into the captivating world of Dungeons & Dragons, where your dreams become reality and extraordinary tales unfold.

Accept this quest and join the rabble at Willetton Library along with Your Local Game Master. Let game masters AJ and James take you into another realm of mystery, fantasy, and adventure!

Forge unbreakable bonds, conquer daunting challenges, and bask in the glory of legendary victories. Whether you’re a seasoned hero or a first-time explorer, Dungeons & Dragons offer endless opportunities for excitement, strategy, and unforgettable memories.

Learn more about your local GM

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Indigenous Sneakers Lab ages 13 to 17

 

Join us for a creative journey into Aboriginal culture through sneaker design

Embark on a cultural and artistic adventure with Nikkita! Join us for a creative journey into Aboriginal culture through sneaker design. Learn about Indigenous patterns’ significance, promote appreciation, and express artistry. Approach with respect and curiosity. Bring your sneakers or use provided ones.

 

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Monthly Breathwork for mothers of diverse need children

I would love to create a community of like minded mothers who would deeply appreciate the company of each others.

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Navigating the Darkness – Support Group – Women Only (In person or online)

Do you struggle with depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts? You are not alone.

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Royal Lifesaving WA Resuscitation course at Beechboro Library

 

Participate in a Resuscitation course that will give you the skills to assist in life threatening situations that can occur with drownings.

This course will give you the basic skills needed to perform resuscitation on a person in need. You will learn how to tell whether a person needs resuscitation, the steps to follow and the care to provide while medical help is on the way.

Please book in as spaces are limited. For all inquiries contact Beechboro Public Library on (08) 9207 8585.

Please note that this program is suitable for adults aged 18+, and is a hands-on workshop. Photographs and videos may be taken of the event. Please book one ticket for each person attending.

 

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PARENTS AND BUBS PROGRAM – PARENTS AND BUBS YOGA (FOUR-WEEK PROGRAM)

 

Spend Wednesday mornings in flow with your child as you are guided through positive poses and blissful meditation. This session is facilitated by Nikki from Core Health Shift.

Registrations essential. To register, visit Eventbrite

 

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Brain Health & Mental Health: Why we can’t talk about one without the other

 

This Dare to Care event explores how physical and psychological factors influence our overall brain health.

BRAIN HEALTH & MENTAL HEALTH

Why we can’t talk about one without the other

Join exercise physiologist, Katie Stewart, and pharmacist, Jason Chew, for this Dare to Care event where they explore how physical and psychological factors influence our overall brain health.

WHEN: Wednesday, 12 June 2024, from 5.30pm to 6.30pm (please arrive and take your seat by 5.15pm in advance of the 5.30pm start).

WHERE: Chronic Care Australia, Cottesloe Medical Centre, 525 Stirling Hwy, Cottesloe.

COST: FREE (We invite attendees to make a $10 tax deductible donation to CCA’s Community Programs upon arrival at each talk).*

The human brain is a marvel of biological engineering. Although discussions often segregate mental and physical health, the truth is far more intertwined. Each heartbeat, breath, emotion and sensation is choreographed by the masterful workings of this intricate organ.

You will gain insight into:

✚ How personally prescribed exercise can improve the trajectory of a wide spectrum of brain health and mental health related illness and pathology.

✚ The impact of brain health on mental health. Understanding the interplay of prescribed medications and exercise medicine for mental health.

✚ The benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to brain health: Collaboration among specialists enhances patient care and research efforts.

✚ Understanding the impact and spectrum of epilepsy and brain derived secondary considerations.

✚ How diagnosis of one condition increases the risk of others.

*Your contributions to CCA’s Community Programs will help foster health equity and improve the lives of West Australians who are living with complex chronic conditions.

 

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Parents and Bubs Program – Healthy Lunchbox Tips and Tricks

 

A practical session all about school lunchboxes.

Healthy Lunchbox Tips and Tricks

Join us for this practical session all about healthy school lunchboxes. In this workshop, Registered Nutritionist, Sarah Moore will show you how to fuel your child for the school day with healthy lunches that will actually get eaten. Come along to learn about children’s nutrition needs and plenty of new ideas that won’t break the bank.

This workshop is for parents and carers of primary school aged children and is facilitated by nutritionist, Sarah Moore (BSc, MPH).

Where: The Den, Derrick Ernst Neighbourhood Centre, 5 Tara Street, Morley.

When: 9:30 – 10:30am, Friday 14th June 2024

REGISTRATIONS ESSENTIAL.

Babies are welcome to attend this session.

If you can no longer attend please cancel your ticket or email: health.promotion@bayswater.wa.gov.au.

For marketing purposes we will be taking photos which will be used on our social media sites to promote the program. Please advise the program coordinator at the commencement of the workshop if you do not wish to be photographed.

The City of Bayswater is considerate of your needs. Please let us know if you have any access requirements, we will be pleased to assist and accommodate.

To find out more about the program please contact the City’s Health and Wellbeing Program on 9270 4126 or health.promotion@bayswater.wa.gov.au

The City of Bayswater is committed to supporting positive mental health and wellbeing within the community, and is partnered with Mentally Healthy WA to promote the Act Belong Commit health campaign.

 

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Compost Teas And Ferments

Compost tea also referred to as a ‘liquid fertilizer’ or ‘rich decanted brew’, helps loosen clay soils for air and water to move.  It’s also instrumental in helping sand soils retain water and nutrients. At this workshop Robyn Brown will share her expertise around this topic.  You’ll also have the opportunity to take away recipes to create your own LAB serum. Key Workshop Details – Suitable for ages 16 years and older – Workshop Date: Saturday 15 June – Time: 9am – 11am – Location: Amherst Village Community Centre, 2 Holmes Street, Southern River – Ticket Price: $5 To book your spot now, click on the following link – Compost Teas And Ferments Bookings are essential as spaces are strictly limited.

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Expressive Therapies | Perth *SATURDAY EVENT*

 

Join us to get together with other carers for a workshop on exploring emotions and experiences using creative techniques.

Join us to get together with other carers for a workshop on exploring emotions and experiences using creative techniques.

When

Saturday, 15 June | 9.30am to 4pm

Where

HelpingMinds, 182 Lord Street, Perth, WA 6000

Who

All adults who are caring for a friend or family member are welcome to attend.

Refreshements

Morning & afternoon tea, light lunch

Cost

Free

Please note that this booking is an ‘Expression of Interest’ and not a confirmation of attendance.

A member of our team will contact you to complete the HelpingMinds registration and eligibility process.

 

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Perth Upmarket

Perth Upmarket proudly stands as Perth’s premier quarterly design market.

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Buy Nothing Market – Kids and Babies edition

Kids bring clutter! Share extra toys, clothes, games with local families at our Buy Nothing Market. Clean out, give back!

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Youth Interview Success Workshop: Insider Tips & Tricks

 

An empowering workshop to gain the tools you need to excel in interviews! Be equipped confidence and strategies to conquer interviews

Confidence-Boosting Interview Workshop: Insider Tips for Success

Are you ready to ace your next interview with confidence? Join us for an easy-to-understand workshop packed with insider tips to help you build confidence and become more successful in your interviews!

What to Expect:

  • 🎯 Understanding what employers expect from candidates and how to enhance your performance
  • 📝 Simple steps to develop interview strategy: Research, Plan & Prepare!
  • 💬 Effective communication techniques: Do’s & Don’ts
  • 🎙️ Exploring various types of interviews: Digital, Phone, Face to Face & Assessment Centres
  • 🤔 Breaking down ‘Behavioural Style Questions’ and navigating tricky question responses
  • ❓ Suggestions for relevant questions to ask during the interview
  • 📧 Importance of following up after the interview

Who Should Attend:

  • 👩‍🎓 Young Job Seekers 15 to 25 years old ready to smash their career goals
  • 🎓 Recent graduates entering the job market
  • 💼 Anyone looking to navigate the job market with confidence
 

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Cultivating Health: A Workshop on Nutritious Eating and Balanced Diets

 

Learn about hydration, balanced meals, bone health, cognitive nutrition, heart health, immune support.

In this workshop, you will delve into the essential principles of nutrition tailored specifically to support healthy ageing, equipping you with invaluable knowledge and strategies to enhance your well-being as you journey through the later stages of life.

  • Understanding the nutritional needs unique to the ageing process.
  • Identifying key nutrients crucial for promoting healthy ageing and longevity.
  • Learning practical strategies to optimize nutrient intake through diet.
  • Exploring the impact of lifestyle choices on nutritional health during ageing.
  • Discussing common challenges and barriers to maintaining a healthy diet in later years.
  • Acquiring knowledge on dietary habits that support cognitive function, bone health, and overall well-being in ageing individuals.

A workshop delivered by Carrie Reedy BHSc (Nutrition) FNLP – Nutritionist

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Zine Making and Simple Bookbinding Workshop at Old Midland Courthouse

 

Learn how to make and bind fun, experimental zines and comics in this hands-on workshop by Nina Dakin!

Explore all the weird and zany ways to make a zine. What to fill a zine with and how to bring it all together. We will be exploring experimental comic techniques and some of the popular methods to bind your works together!

Please book in as spaces are limited. For all inquiries contact Midland Public Library on (08) 9267 9020.

Please note that this program is suitable for Teens ages 12+ and is a hands-on workshop. Photographs and videos may be taken of the event. Please book one ticket for each person attending.

 

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Morning Carer Support Group | Mimidi Park

This group explores strategies to help carers manage their caring role and provides a safe space to connect with others over a cuppa.

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Carer Support Group | Midland

Come along to our Carer Support Group, a safe space for you to connect with other carers and share your experience, strength and hope.

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Making Comic Books 101 Workshop at Old Midland Courthouse

 

Want to know how to make a comic book? Comic artist, Nina Dakin will tell you all about it in this hands on workshop!

Learn what it takes to make a comic book. Let’s explore the relationship of drawing and writing by playing some fun drawing games and exercises. This workshop will get you out of your own head and making comics, even if you think you can’t draw!

Please book in as spaces are limited. For all inquiries contact Midland Public Library on (08) 9267 9020.

Please note that this program is suitable for ages15+ and is a hands-on workshop. Photographs and videos may be taken of the event. Please book one ticket for each person attending.

 

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About Holly Clark

Holly Clark is currently a stay at home mum of one, a self-confessed coffee addict and a baker of sweet treats. She studied Professional Writing and Editing, and occasionally writes on her recipe blog, Lucky Star's Kitchen

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