Family Friendly Events for July 2021

We have a great month of family events coming up for July. Winter is well and truly here. Time to cozy up inside or pull out the winter woolies for some outdoor fun.  If you’re looking for family-friendly events and activities for the month of July, then Buggybuddys has you covered! Check out our full list of exciting events around Perth including school holiday fun, outdoor events, farmers markets and more for the whole family.

With the current climate of COVID-19, please be sure to check the event details before attending as circumstances may change. Please take care and observe hygiene guidelines.

 

July 1, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Plastic Free July Beach Clean-up & Morning Tea

 

Help clean up the beach this Plastic Free July!

Join Keep Australia Beautiful Council, the Western Metropolitan Regional Council, and North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club to help us clean up the beach this Plastic Free July 🌞🌊


🙌. Plastic Free July is a global effort where communities are choosing to refuse single-use plastics to create a world without plastic waste 🤚

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We’re calling on the community to help us remove plastic, rubbish, and waste from our beach and sort and register what we find with the Australian Marine Debris Initiative (AMDI) database 🗑

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Plastic Free July founder Rebecca Prince-Ruiz will officially open the event, and the beach clean-up will follow with a plastic-free morning tea and conversations about solutions 👩🍰🌱.

With your support and efforts, we will protect our beautiful coastline, marine life and keep our communities happy and healthy 🌏💚🙌.

Details:

📅 When: Thursday 1st July

🌊Where: North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club

🚩Address: 151 Marine Pde, North Cottesloe

🕤 Time: 9:30-11am

9:30am – Official opening of Plastic Free July Beach Clean-up & Morning Tea event by PFJ founder Rebecca Prince-Ruiz

9:45 to 10:30 – Beach Clean-up

10:30 to 11am – Plastic Free July Morning Tea with delicious muffins from Daisies, fresh fruit platter and tasty plunger coffee from Community Coffee Co. Gluten free and vegan catering also provided. Please bring your own water bottle and keep cup.

Register to attend through the link below for catering purposes and to be covered by KABC insurance on the day.

 

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July 2, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

More information

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Djindoon Djenung

Journey to Rottnest Island for Djindoon Djenung, a beautiful evening of stargazing and Dreamtime storytelling.

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July 3, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

More information

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Perth City Farmers Market

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit our vibrant market. Our market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst our green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery.​Our focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community.​There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by our dedicated volunteers. We sell farm fresh produce and organic products from our farm-door shop. A range of other stall holders join us week to week with their incredible produce … some of the items you’ll find are listed below;​Certified Organic, Biodynamic, ethical & spray-free fresh fruit & vegetables Organic & Biodynamic dairy products Organic & Biodynamic meats Organic, Biodynamic & Free-range eggs Organic & Biodynamic olive oil Local, unrefined honey Certified Organic dry goods and health foods Homemade soaps and lotions A range of eco-friendly beauty products, environmentally sensitive household products, and great gift ideas

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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market has been a popular meeting place for locals and visitors since 2007.  Situated in the leafy suburb of Mount Claremont, the Market brings together growers and consumers, provides a relaxed meeting place and teaches the origins of foods. The Market’s 55 stalls tempt patrons with sustainable produce and delicious, locally made products.  You can stock up on organic and heirloom vegetables and fresh herbs, just-picked fruits from the orchard, grass-fed beef, lamb and pork, free range chicken, freshly caught seafood, olive oils, unprocessed honey, farmstead cheeses, cultured butter, artisan breads and more!  The Market caters for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free.  Our granola, speciality loaves, natural nut butters, cakes and pastries are so good, you wouldn’t even know they’re gluten free! We also have stalls offering handmade arts, crafts and jewellery, homewares, natural and organic body products, eco-friendly food wraps and cleaning products, and plants and flowers.  We even have nutritious handmade meals and treats for your dog! Our decked area is popular with breakfast goers.  Hot food stalls include bacon and egg wraps, sweet & savoury crepes, gourmet toasties, vegetable gyoza and Japanese pancakes.  In addition to hot coffee, there’s also popular Nitro cold brew and a wide variety of raw cold-pressed juices.  Kids love our real fruit popsicles and creamy coconut ice-creams. So grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along!

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Kalamunda Artisan Market

 

Held on the First Saturday of Every Month

A distinctive mix of quality craft, provisions and produce held on the first Saturday of each month set in the centre of Kalamunda. Visit the market then sample the boutique coffee shops and retail outlet scattered around the town. Dates may vary subject to Public Holidays. Times: 08:30 – 14:30 Interested in having a stall? All market stalls will need to contact Kalamunda Artisan Market manager. If you have a have a food stall or van, you may require also require approval from the City. Find out more about this here.

 

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Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market

Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market (SJFM) offers a convenient local outlet at the SJ Community Resource Centre for farmers, growers, primary producers and artisan makers from the SJ Shire, Peel Region & surrounds to sell directly to the Serpentine Jarrahdale local community on a weekly basis.

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Community Planting Day – Claughton Reserve

Planting days are a fun way to come together to help increase native plant numbers in the nature spaces which make the City of Bayswater so special.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 4, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

More information

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Midland Farmers Market

One of Perth’s longest running markets with a range of fresh fruit and vegetables and variety. Come down to the Midland Markets from 7am until 1pm. All things Fresh & Local so hope to see you down at the City of Swan/ Landgate carpark off Morrison Road.

Farmers Market & Swap Meet.

 

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Stirling Farmers Market

 

Stirling Farmers Market – Selling produce direct from the grower/maker – is a project of the Rotary Club of Karrinyup
Bring your shopping bags to stock up on great and fresh local produce, direct from the grower/producer, or just enjoy breakfast or a coffee while listening to our lovely buskers and soaking up the wonderful community atmosphere. Run by the Rotary Club of Karrinyup Sundays: 07:30 – 11:30 am Contact Market Manager Peter Polain on 0468 469 749 to enquire about stalls.

 

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Farmers Market on Manning

Enjoy the freshest produce in a relaxing atmosphere with Farmers Market on Manning! Bring the family, bring your empty bags and stock up on farm fresh produce at bargain prices, while enjoying the fun and stress-free atmosphere that the outdoor market brings. Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, fresh flowers and lots more! Open 7.30am-12.30pm Every Saturday.

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Palmyra Western Farmers Markets

Palmyra Western Farmers Market a genuine growers market, held every Sunday, bringing fresh food direct from the farm gate to the community. The person who grew, bred, caught, pickled, smoked or baked the product will be the person you meet at their stall. Farm fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, seafood, honey, olive oil, pickles, preserves, organic bread, pastries, breakfast burgers, juice, fair-trade coffee, cut flowers, seedlings and much more…

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Kyilla Community Farmers Market

The Kyilla Community Farmers’ Market in North Perth is all about bringing the community together & enjoying a healthy lifestyle. Farm-direct seasonal fruit, vegetables, meat & locally produced bread, honey, nuts, flowers & much more.

You’ll get to meet the grower and do your weekly grocery shopping whilst you enjoy a morning in the park.
Take home a bounty of fresh produce and treat yourself to freshly brewed coffee and delicious food including gourmet bacon and egg sandwiches.
Every Saturday morning from 8.00am-11.30am at Kyilla Park, Clieveden Street, North Perth.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

Every Sunday morning – Farmers, producers and artisan gourmet food market.

Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills. The Market operates every Sunday morning in the Central Mall, Kalamunda from 8am. The market has an enormous array of produce including seasonal fruit and veg, fish, beef, pork ,lamb, chicken, eggs, large range of biscuits and cakes, macadamia and pecan nuts, fresh squeezed orange juice on site, honey, native cuisine, herbal loose teas, ground coffee beans, pickles , wild flowers, jams, roses, gerberas, lilies, pickled onions, donuts, cheese, homemade fertilisers, soil solver products, herbs (Fresh picked and potted- Still growing), truffle oil, pea straw, Turkish food, Thai food, Japanese food, avocado oil, nuts, green sprouts, spices, marinades, savoury pastries, lavosh dips, potted herbs, blue berries, a great range of take away food, jellies, chutneys, milk, seedlings, bread, pet treats, pies, pasties, spring rolls, olive oil, dukkah, gluten free products, jerky and pastes.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

We provide takeaway breakfasts, bread, condiments, meat, fish, prepackaged smallgoods, plants and fresh fruit and vegetables sourced and/or grown locally. We are open every Sunday from 8-12 in the Kalamunda Agriculture hall Carpark, Canning Rd Kalamunda.kal
The Kalamunda Farmers Market was nominated as a finalist in the WA Tourism Awards – Special Services Category for the last 2 years in a row. Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. Lucky shoppers can also win the huge harvest hamper raffle, and get to experience something from every stall in the market.The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills.

 

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Vic Park Community Markets

Weekend market featuring fresh produce, coffee and breakfasts, as well as a rotating suite of handmade, local and/or delicious products. Come for the veggies, stay for the community!

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Vic Park Community Markets

National Tree Day 2021 Community Event – 4 July 2021

Join us for a fun, free, family-friendly morning out where we’ll be planting native seedlings to enhance local biodiversity and habitat.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Local & General Markets – South Perth

 

Local & General Markets – South Perth 10am – 1pm | Sunday 4th July, 2021 South Perth Community Hall Corner of Sandgate Street & South Terrace, South Perth
Join us for the second indoor market of our Winter Series in the South Perth Community Hall!

 

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Storytelling with Dr Noel Nannup OAM and community planting day

 

Celebrate the NAIDOC theme of Healing Country with storytelling by Dr Noel Nannup and community planting day at Malgamongup (Bardon Park)

 

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GALA DAY – FREE PONY RIDES

 

We have FREE PONY RIDES for the kids! Our Gala day is back!!!
Come and experience Jarrahdale Equestrian.
FREE PONY Rides for children under 10 Meet our staff the gorgeous Pink Ladies. Meet our horses and ponies.
Enjoy a barista coffee, a hamburger or a sausage sizzle for the kids.
Albert the unicorn Bouncey Castle is back!, It is a HUGE hit with the kids.
Checkout Salli Galvin (founder of Jarrahdale Equestrian) & her sister Tracey Jarrett‘s coauthored book Empowered Women Empowering The World. It’s available to purchase and be signed by the authors themselves.
Salli and her four boys will be doing a horsemanship exhibition. Its a MUST SEE event.
There will be our merchandise store open and great Gala Day Special’s for our lessons and ride outs.
Our exciting Jarrahdale Equestrian Saddle Club for kids and Adult Riders for adults will be open to join and receive great information on horse care and horse ownership.
Come and join in the fun !!!!!

 

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Be in Sync Beatty Park

 

FREE Artistic Swimming Come and Try

Come and try artistic swimming for free at Beatty Park Leisure Centre, on Sunday, the 4th of July of 2021 from 12:30 – 1:30 PM.

Session is open to boys and girls aged 6 to 14.

Bring along your usual swimming gear and goggles.

Basic swimming ability and confidence in the water is essential.

For more information, please visit www.synchrowa.org.au or send us a message on our Facebook page.

 

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Swan Valley Wedding Open Day

 

Mark your diaries for Sunday,4th July for the 12th annual Swan Valley Wedding Open Day

Come and experience one of the most idyllic wedding settings that WA has to offer for the FREE annual Swan Valley Wedding Open Day.

Venues will be showcasing their wedding facilities and settings, so why not get a group of the girls (or boys) together and come and experience what the Swan Valley has to offer.

All venues will have staff on hand to provide specific information relating to the venue and menus as well as other service providers such as transport, cakes, decorators, celebrants and more.

Visit our website to download your brochure and map

 

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1st Sunday Run – Castledare Miniature Railway

 

Its our 1st Sunday public run day from Niana Station Castledare Place, so why not get the family out of the house and have a relaxing day on the banks of the Canning River.
We have BBQ’s for use in our Picnic area. Regrettably, canteen will not be open at this time.
Train Ride Prices: Adult rides $6.00 (children under 2 travel free with an adult) Children rides $3.00
EFTPOS AVAILABLE & PREFERRED
***No Bare Feet***

 

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July 5, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Roxy Lane Markets

Local artisan, handmade & natural goodies at our 4th installment of the Roxy Lane Markets in Maylands Dog and Kid friendly Event!

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Mini Golf

Tee off these school holidays at our free Mini Golf!

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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Nyitting Kaatijin- NAIDOC week, ages 4-12

Celebrate NAIDOC week engaging in Noongar Culture. Discover artefacts used for hunting, gathering and everyday living in a special showcase. Then explore the Nyitting (Dreaming) through stories with our talented guide. For ages 4-12 only DC members $14 Non-DC members $16

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Yirra Yaakin proudly presents Bilya Kaatijin

 

Bilya Kaatijin (which means “Fresh Water Knowledge” in Noongar) is the fourth and final story in Yirra Yaakin’s Kaatijin series.

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Bilya Kaatijin is back for the July School Holidays to open the City’s NAIDOC Week celebrations.

Bilya Kaatijin (which means “Fresh Water Knowledge” in Noongar) is the fourth and final story in Yirra Yaakin’s Kaatijin series.

Connecting stories from Noongar land (south-west Western Australia) to Wonguktha land (the northern Goldfields), Aotearoa (New Zealand) and the Kikuyu people of Kenya, Bilya Kaatijin teaches us about the importance of water to First Nations people around the world.

Journeying through global Dreaming stories the show teaches its audiences about the importance of accepting others, the power of empathy and the impact of climate change to the land and the Noongar seasons.

Light refreshments will be served at 6:00pm. The performance starts at 6:15pm.

Please make sure you book a ticket for all adults and children attending in your group.

NOTE: Please do not attend Subiaco Library if you are feeling unwell, you are most welcome to cancel your free ticket at any time and rebook into future upcoming events when you are feeling better and are symptom free. We ask that all visitors maintain good hand hygiene and utilise the hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities available when attending events. Please maintain social distancing when attending events and if you have any concerns raise them with our friendly staff.

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Getting to the event

Subiaco Library has limited parking bays available at the rear of the building including two accessible parking bays. For more information on getting around Subiaco visit the city’s website.

Access and inclusion

Subiaco Library is wheelchair accessible for additional information please contact Subiaco Library on 9237 9300.

Ticket information

You are not required to bring a ticket with you. In the case of a booked-out event, names may be checked at the door.

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For more events and programs within the City of Subiaco visit the online events calendar or join the arts and culture e-newsletter database by emailing culture@subiaco.wa.gov.au.

 

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Flag Raising Ceremony – NAIDOC Week 2021

 

Join us for a flag raising ceremony to acknowledge NAIDOC Week 2021.

Join us at the City of Belmont’s annual NAIDOC Flag Raising Ceremony followed by a yarn and bush tucker morning tea. NAIDOC 2021 invites all Australians to embrace this year’s theme of ‘Heal Country. Event includes a performance by Noongar performer Kobi Morrison. The City’s NAIDOC Community Award will be presented at this event.

Please note: Attendees will be required to practice appropriate physical distancing for the duration of the course. Do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.

The City of Belmont is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all attendees and this event will comply with all relevant and recommended Government restrictions and health and safety protocols in place at the time of the event. Ticket holders will be advised of any changes to the event should they occur.

For the latest about your community, follow the City of Belmont on FacebookInstagram and sign up for our e-newsletter.

 

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July 6, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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Pick Your Play & Youth Centre Drop In, Ages 10 – 17yrs.

 

Come check out our amazing youth centres and pick your own activity to play with, while hanging out with other like minded young people.

Join us for this fun activity!

Register your interest. This event is open for young people aged 10-17yrs, youth who do not meet the required age will have their ticket refunded.

Please ensure that you arrive 10 mins prior to the event start time to have your name marked off by one of the Youth Workers and bring your ticket with you.

Please note that no food will be provided during this event. Water is available however we do encourage you to bring your own water bottle and packed lunch.

Following this event the Lynwood Youth Centre Drop In will be open until 4 pm. Young people are more than welcome to stay during this time and enjoy the facility. Youth Centre activities include Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Pool tables, Table tennis and lots of other board games and activities.

Duty of Care: The City of Canning is committed to providing safe and supported environments where young people can feel welcome and thrive. Our qualified youth team will do all they can to ensure young people are safe, supported and supervised during their time on our programs and in our centres. A large part of our Youth Service is delivering drop-in from youth centres and outreach activities at various locations; meaning young people can come and go as they please during opening times. Please note: if a young person chooses to leave in the middle of a program or centre open hours, they have the right to do so. City of Canning does not take responsibility for young people who leave the centre or are not in the premises. City of Canning youth staff do not have the authority to keep young people at our premises at the request of parents.

For more information please contact one of our Youth Workers at youth@canning.wa.gov.au

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Mini Golf

Tee off these school holidays at our free Mini Golf!

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Stockland Baldivis NAIDOC Celebrations

Join us to celebrate the Noongar and First Nations culture with art workshops

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NAIDOC Week Cultural Walk

 

Learn about Aboriginal history and culture on this free guided walk through Mary Carroll Park Wetlands.

Join an Aboriginal Elder who will share cultural stories while members from the Friends of Mary Carroll Wetlands group will showcase some spectacular local native plants.

 

The Mary Carroll Park wetlands, in the heart of Gosnells, provide a very important breeding, roosting and summer refuge site for local and international water birds.

 

The wetlands fill with storm water in winter and generally drying up in late summer. They support a wide range of water birds, including Pacific Black Duck, Musk Duck, Pink-Eared Duck, Blue-Billed Duck, Grebe, Teal, Pelican and Black Swan. They are also recognised as one of the largest roosting sites for Sacred Ibis.

 

They provide important water bird breeding habitat, and are a very important regional summer refuge as smaller wetlands in Perth dry out. In addition to water birds, they support songbirds, reptiles, amphibians and turtles.

 

The Friends of Mary Carroll Wetlands work with the City of Gosnells to manage the wetlands and their surrounds. The aim of the group is to rehabilitate, conserve and maintain the natural environment of the wetlands, and to promote community awareness of their important values.

 

Event Schedule:

9:00am | Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony

9:30am | Guided walk or wet weather activities ( Talking Circle, sensory table with nature items from the wetlands, iScopes)

10:30am | Morning tea and Dreaming Stories

 

 

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Stop Animation: The Labours of Herakles!

 

Terrible monsters, impossible challenges and cruel betrayals all come to life as we animate the Labours of Hercules!
This one-day workshop starts with a tour of the Museum’s latest exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes where we will learn about the creativity and competitiveness of Ancient Greece.
We will then return to the Woodside Learning Studios, where we will experiment with the basic of stop-animation, inspired by the dynamic sculptures in the exhibition.
After a lunch break to refuel, it will be time to dive into your own retelling of the Labours of Hercules. Starting with storyboarding the idea, then using paper figures to filming your very own epic adventure.
At the end of the session, we will kick back, turn the lights off and watch everyone’s films on the big screen.
Participants will have their projects emailed out to them within a few days of completing the workshop.
$90pp | Ages 8+

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Clowning Around in the Library – July School Holidays Event

 

Visit your local Stirling Library and be amazed at circus tricks and learn how to juggle! Suitable for children aged 7–14 years.

Roll up, roll up! Come to Dianella Library this school holidays for an introduction to circus skills, followed by an interactive juggling workshop. All participants to take home their very own set of juggling balls!

Ages: Suitable for 7-14 year olds.

Cost: Free

Bookings are essential for participating children only.

Social distancing and Safe WA registry measures will be observed during this event. Parents are reminded that abiding by these guidelines, and ensuring their children maintain social distance is a condition of attending this event.

 

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Stockland Baldivis NAIDOC Celebrations

Join us to celebrate the Noongar and First Nations culture with art workshops

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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Let’s Get Active – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

Get up and get active in this workshop about healthy hearts and kids.

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July 7, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

More information

MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Makuru Season Noongar Language Workshop

 

An incredible opportunity to learn about the Noongar Makuru Season and Noongar language

Kaya, come and join us for our Noongar Language Workshops facilitated by local Whadjuk woman, Sharon Gregory.

This workshop will focus on Noongar culture and language and will explore the Makuru Season (June-July).

Suitable for all community members who wish to practice and polish up their Noongar language skills.

Artwork credit: Natasha Talbot painting from 2016 Yokayi exhibition.

 

 

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Cultural Talks with Local Elders – NAIDOC Week 2021

 

Join local Elders and listen to their moving stories of culture, family and connection to land.

Aboriginal culture is based on respect, for the land and for their elders. Come and learn more from our local Elders.

“At the end of the day, elders are the ones who lead the community. Everyone looks after them and looks up to them”. — Sophia Malie, Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation

NAIDOC Week 2021 invites all Australians to embrace this year’s theme of ‘Heal Country’. which calls for all of us to continue to seek greater protections for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites and our cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration, and destruction.

A light lunch will be provided.

The cultural talks will be delivered between two Aboriginal movie screenings.

  • To book for the 10am screening of Rabbit Proof Fence, click here.
  • To book for the 1:30pm screening of Bran Nue Day, click here.

Please note: Attendees will be required to practice appropriate physical distancing for the duration of the course. Do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.

The City of Belmont is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all attendees and this event will comply with all relevant and recommended Government restrictions and health and safety protocols in place at the time of the event. Ticket holders will be advised of any changes to the event should they occur.

For the latest about your community, follow the City of Belmont on FacebookInstagram and sign up for our e-newsletter.

 

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Madjitil Moorna Choir (All ages)

 

Listen to the sounds of this unique community choir as they sing songs of healing and friendship.

Bring the whole family and join us for an afternoon with the Madjitil Moorna choir in the Maylands Ampitheatre. Bring a picnic and listen to a mix of soulful songs that connect to boodja (land/country). Stay warm with a hot drink from the coffee cart, the first 50 attendees will receive a voucher for a free drink!

Please note this event may be moved indoors if the weather is inclement.

 

 

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Minecraft: Building Ancient Greece

 

Log in to the past, we are rebuilding Ancient Greece in a day!
From the exquisite architecture of the Parthenon to the massive monoliths and tiny temples that dot the island coast, it’s a workshop to carve out your own adventure.
Start by exploring the Museum’s latest exhibition, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes. There, you will be inspired by epic Ancient Greek tales of monsters, myths and magics. Then, back in the Woodside Learning Studios you can begin recreating a digital version of Ancient Greece 🏛
After the workshop, you will leave with the skills and confidence to continue your project at home.
Participants will have their projects emailed out to them within a few days of completing the workshop.
$90pp | Ages 8+
Note: This is a drop-off holiday program. All participants should arrive with a drink bottle and packed lunch as they would when going to school.

 

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Stop Animation: The Labours of Herakles!

 

Terrible monsters, impossible challenges and cruel betrayals all come to life as we animate the Labours of Hercules!
This one-day workshop starts with a tour of the Museum’s latest exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes where we will learn about the creativity and competitiveness of Ancient Greece.
We will then return to the Woodside Learning Studios, where we will experiment with the basic of stop-animation, inspired by the dynamic sculptures in the exhibition.
After a lunch break to refuel, it will be time to dive into your own retelling of the Labours of Hercules. Starting with storyboarding the idea, then using paper figures to filming your very own epic adventure.
At the end of the session, we will kick back, turn the lights off and watch everyone’s films on the big screen.
Participants will have their projects emailed out to them within a few days of completing the workshop.
$90pp | Ages 8+

 

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Mini Golf

Tee off these school holidays at our free Mini Golf!

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Urban Art Workshop & Youth Centre Drop In, Ages 10 – 17yrs.

 

Come get creative in our facilitated Urban Art’s workshop , while hanging out with other like minded young people.

Join us for this fun activity!

Register your interest. This event is open for young people aged 10-17yrs, youth who do not meet the required age will have their ticket refunded.

Please ensure that you arrive 10 mins prior to the event start time to have your name marked off by one of the Youth Workers and bring your ticket with you.

Please note that no food will be provided during this event. Water is available however we do encourage you to bring your own water bottle and packed lunch.

Following this event the Lynwood Youth Centre Drop In will be open until 4 pm. Young people are more than welcome to stay during this time and enjoy the facility. Youth Centre activities include Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Pool tables, Table tennis and lots of other board games and activities.

Duty of Care: The City of Canning is committed to providing safe and supported environments where young people can feel welcome and thrive. Our qualified youth team will do all they can to ensure young people are safe, supported and supervised during their time on our programs and in our centres. A large part of our Youth Service is delivering drop-in from youth centres and outreach activities at various locations; meaning young people can come and go as they please during opening times. Please note: if a young person chooses to leave in the middle of a program or centre open hours, they have the right to do so. City of Canning does not take responsibility for young people who leave the centre or are not in the premises. City of Canning youth staff do not have the authority to keep young people at our premises at the request of parents.

For more information please contact one of our Youth Workers at youth@canning.wa.gov.au

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Mini Golf

Tee off these school holidays at our free Mini Golf!

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Clowning Around in the Library – July School Holidays Event

 

Visit your local Stirling Library and be amazed at circus tricks and learn how to juggle! Suitable for children aged 7–14 years.

Roll up, roll up! Come to Mirrabooka Library this school holidays for an introduction to circus skills, followed by an interactive juggling workshop. All participants to take home their very own set of juggling balls!

Ages: Suitable for 7-14 year olds.

Cost: Free

Bookings are essential for participating children only.

Social distancing and Safe WA registry measures will be observed during this event. Parents are reminded that abiding by these guidelines, and ensuring their children maintain social distance is a condition of attending this event.

 

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School Holiday Family Guided Tours

Guided Tours For Families

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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July 8, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

More information

MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Cooking Workshop with FoodBank WA & Youth Centre Drop In, Ages 10 – 17yrs.

 

Want to learn how to make healthy food choices & cook delicious & nutritious food, while hanging out with other like minded young people?

Join us for this fun free activity!

All youth aged between 10 – 17yrs are invited to register and join Foodbank WA for a special, two hour workshop to learn about nutrition, food and cooking with university-qualified Nutritionists and Dietitians. You’ll get the chance to learn about how to select and eat healthy foods in fun and hands-on activities, practice new cooking skills by cooking a recipe, and share a meal together to explore new foods and flavours. Join us for some holiday fun!”

Register your interest. This event is open for young people aged 10-17yrs, youth who do not meet the required age will have their ticket refunded.

Please ensure that you arrive 10 mins prior to the event start time to have your name marked off by one of the Youth Workers and bring your ticket with you.

Please note that food will be provided during this event. Water is available however we do encourage you to bring your own water bottle and preferred snacks.

Following this event the Willetton Youth Centre Drop In will be open until 4 pm. Young people are more than welcome to stay during this time and enjoy the facility. Youth Centre activities include Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Pool tables, Table tennis and lots of other board games and activities.

Duty of Care: The City of Canning is committed to providing safe and supported environments where young people can feel welcome and thrive. Our qualified youth team will do all they can to ensure young people are safe, supported and supervised during their time on our programs and in our centres. A large part of our Youth Service is delivering drop-in from youth centres and outreach activities at various locations; meaning young people can come and go as they please during opening times. Please note: if a young person chooses to leave in the middle of a program or centre open hours, they have the right to do so. City of Canning does not take responsibility for young people who leave the centre or are not in the premises. City of Canning youth staff do not have the authority to keep young people at our premises at the request of parents.

For more information please contact one of our Youth Workers at youth@canning.wa.gov.au

 

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Germs! – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

Stop the spread! Learn how germs are shared.

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Mini Golf

Tee off these school holidays at our free Mini Golf!

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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No Budget Film Making: Superhero Mashup

 

It’s the world premiere of the latest blockbuster superhero movie, but there’s one problem…the film has gone missing!
The director will be in trouble if he doesn’t deliver the film for the premiere. Luckily, he has assembled a team of actors to quickly (and secretly) remake the film at WA Museum Boola Bardip. He plans to take advantage of the props, costumes and exhibitions that are on display to make a blockbuster film – on no-budget.
So it is time to pull on your toga and scout some locations because we need to get this show on the road!
The director will be in trouble if he doesn’t deliver the film for the premiere. Luckily, he has assembled a team of actors to quickly (and secretly) remake the film at WA Museum Boola Bardip. He plans to take advantage of the props, costumes, and exhibitions on display to make a blockbuster film – on no budget.
$180pp | Two-day workshop | Ages 8+

 

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School Holiday Craft Session: Make your own Binoculars

 

Get creative, make your own binoculars. For ages 2 to 7 years Children must be accompanied by an adult

Take away the “Nature Scavenger Hunt” sheet.

Go for a walk with Mum or Dad

Use your binoculars to find the things on the hunt sheet

Cross off what you find

 

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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Clowning Around in the Library – July School Holidays Event

 

Visit your local Stirling Library and be amazed at circus tricks and learn how to juggle! Suitable for children aged 7–14 years.

Roll up, roll up! Come to Karrinyup Library this school holidays for an introduction to circus skills, followed by an interactive juggling workshop. All participants to take home their very own set of juggling balls!

Ages: Suitable for 7-14 year olds.

Cost: Free

Bookings are essential for participating children only.

Social distancing and Safe WA registry measures will be observed during this event. Parents are reminded that abiding by these guidelines, and ensuring their children maintain social distance is a condition of attending this event.

 

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School Holidays Activities – Board Games and Marble Run

 

Come to Subiaco Library and play a board game or make a marble run with your friends.

Come along and play a board game with a friend. If you feel like building make a marble run using spirals, curves, tunnels and ramps. Use the plans or design your own magnificent marble run. Once they’re built test them out and watch the marbles run!

Subiaco library runs a free school holiday program for school children aged five and up. An adult must accompany children, and remain within the library, during all activities.

Please be sure to book a ticket for every child attending the session. Numbers are limited due to Covid-19 social distancing restrictions.

Bookings open Monday 21 June at 9.30am.

NOTE: Please do not attend Subiaco Library if you are feeling unwell, you are most welcome to cancel your free ticket at any time and re-book into future upcoming events when you are feeling better and are symptom free. We ask that all visitors maintain good hand hygiene and utilise the hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities available when attending events. Please maintain social distancing when attending events and if you have any concerns raise them with our friendly staff.

 

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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Disney’s FROZEN Kids Night 2021

 

Join us for our next themed Kids Night on Thursday 8th July, when it’s all about Disney’s Frozen! This is our most popular Kids Night of the year!
Being the first week of school holidays, bring the little ones down for a fun evening of entertainment, while you can enjoy a drink and don’t have to stress about dinner and dishes!
We’re excited that Elsa & Anna from Elle Enchanted Entertainment will be joining us for a special visit – the little ones get the chance to meet them and get their photo taken upstairs in our River Bar.
Kiera from Facepainting for parties will be there as always to offer face/arm-painting, arts and crafts in our Conservatory Deck downstairs. We’ll also be running a special colouring in competition with two $25 vouchers for The Playroom, Australia’s #1 Educational Toy Store, up for grabs!
Everyone is welcome to dress up in their favourite Disney costume.
Kids EAT FREE with every main meal purchased from 5pm.
To reserve for a large group (8people+), please email functions@leftbank.com.au or call (08) 9319 1136
Please note: this is a free event for children. We ask that parents/guardians keep an eye on their children at all times.

 

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July 9, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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No Budget Film Making: Superhero Mashup

 

It’s the world premiere of the latest blockbuster superhero movie, but there’s one problem…the film has gone missing!
The director will be in trouble if he doesn’t deliver the film for the premiere. Luckily, he has assembled a team of actors to quickly (and secretly) remake the film at WA Museum Boola Bardip. He plans to take advantage of the props, costumes and exhibitions that are on display to make a blockbuster film – on no-budget.
So it is time to pull on your toga and scout some locations because we need to get this show on the road!
The director will be in trouble if he doesn’t deliver the film for the premiere. Luckily, he has assembled a team of actors to quickly (and secretly) remake the film at WA Museum Boola Bardip. He plans to take advantage of the props, costumes, and exhibitions on display to make a blockbuster film – on no budget.
$180pp | Two-day workshop | Ages 8+

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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NAIDOC Week Flag Raising Ceremony 2021

 

A symbol of the respect and appreciation that the City of Wanneroo has for its local Aboriginal heritage, culture and community.

Please join the City of Wanneroo community in recognising NAIDOC Week 2021 by attending the Flag Raising Ceremony. This Ceremony will involve a Welcome to Country, formal Flag Raising, speeches from special guests and a dance performance by a local Aboriginal dance group. Following the conclusion of the Ceremony proceedings, attendees will have the opportunity to socialise and connect with others in the community over a light morning tea and a basket weaving workshop.

The Flag Raising Ceremony is a symbol of the respect and appreciation that the City of Wanneroo has for its local Aboriginal heritage, culture and community. It provides the City with the opportunity to recognise the 2021 National NAIDOC Week theme of ‘Heal Country!’ This theme calls for all peoples to continue to seek greater protections for Aboriginal lands, waters, sacred sites and cultural heritage. It invites non-Aboriginal people to embrace Aboriginal people’s cultural knowledge and understanding of Country as part of Australia’s national heritage.

RSVP:Please register your attendance by Friday 2 July 2021. Please advise of any special dietary requirements upon registering.

Please Note:Attendees will be required to practice appropriate physical distancing for the duration of the Flag Raising Ceremony. Please do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.The City of Wanneroo is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all attendees and this event will comply with all relevant and recommended Government restrictions and health and safety protocols in place at the time of the event. Registered attendees will be advised of any changes to the event should they occur.

 

 

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Murder in the Park Forensic Presentations

A Series of Presentations to Explore the World of Forensics

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Plaque Unveiling – NAIDOC Week 2021

 

Join the City of Belmont and the City of Belmont RSL Sub-Branch to honor First Nations Peoples who have served in the Armed Forces.

As part of this years City of Belmont NAIDOC 2021 program, the City, in partnership with the City of Belmont Belmont RSL Sub Branch, will recognise and honour the men and women from First Nations Peoples who lived in the City of Belmont area and have served in the Armed Forces in defense of their country. The service will include the unveiling of a dedicated plaque. Light refreshments will be served after the event.

Please note: Attendees will be required to practice appropriate physical distancing for the duration of the course. Do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.

The City of Belmont is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all attendees and this event will comply with all relevant and recommended Government restrictions and health and safety protocols in place at the time of the event. Ticket holders will be advised of any changes to the event should they occur.

For the latest about your community, follow the City of Belmont on FacebookInstagram and sign up for our e-newsletter.

 

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Sunset Noongar Community Choir – NAIDOC Week 2021

 

Learn to sing Aboriginal songs in a friendly, inclusive environment led by Kobi Morrison (2018 NAIDOC Youth of the Year)

Kobi has plenty of experience in this area and currently leads choirs around WA including Walyalup Kannajil and Madjitil Moorna choir. He is passionate about bridging cultures with music and loves to share his deep knowledge and respect for Noongar culture and history through song.

Then from 6:30pm, join us for a final screening of ‘Rabbit Proof Fence’. The film follows 3 Aboriginal girls who escape from the Moore River Native Settlement and then walk for nine weeks along 2,400 km of the Australian rabbit-proof fence to return to their community. Book tickets here.

Light refreshments provided.

NAIDOC Week 2021 invites all Australians to embrace this year’s theme of ‘Heal Country’. which calls for all of us to continue to seek greater protections for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites and our cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration, and destruction.

Please note: Attendees will be required to practice appropriate physical distancing for the duration of the course. Do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.

The City of Belmont is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all attendees and this event will comply with all relevant and recommended Government restrictions and health and safety protocols in place at the time of the event. Ticket holders will be advised of any changes to the event should they occur.

For the latest about your community, follow the City of Belmont on FacebookInstagram and sign up for our e-newsletter.

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Glow in the Dark Art Workshop & Youth Centre Drop In, Ages 10 – 17yrs.

 

Come get creative in our glow in the dark art workshop , while hanging out with other like minded young people.

Join us for this fun activity!

Register your interest. This event is open for young people aged 10-17yrs, youth who do not meet the required age will have their ticket refunded.

Please ensure that you arrive 10 mins prior to the event start time to have your name marked off by one of the Youth Workers and bring your ticket with you.

Please note that no food will be provided during this event. Water is available however we do encourage you to bring your own water bottle and packed lunch.

Following this event the Willetton Youth Centre Drop In will be open until 4 pm. Young people are more than welcome to stay during this time and enjoy the facility. Youth Centre activities include Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Pool tables, Table tennis and lots of other board games and activities.

Duty of Care: The City of Canning is committed to providing safe and supported environments where young people can feel welcome and thrive. Our qualified youth team will do all they can to ensure young people are safe, supported and supervised during their time on our programs and in our centres. A large part of our Youth Service is delivering drop-in from youth centres and outreach activities at various locations; meaning young people can come and go as they please during opening times. Please note: if a young person chooses to leave in the middle of a program or centre open hours, they have the right to do so. City of Canning does not take responsibility for young people who leave the centre or are not in the premises. City of Canning youth staff do not have the authority to keep young people at our premises at the request of parents.

For more information please contact one of our Youth Workers at youth@canning.wa.gov.au

 

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Me, Myself and I – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

These are a few of my favourite things… join us on this workshop on self-care!

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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Dreamtime Storytelling, Singing and Activity Session

 

Dreamtime Storytelling, Singing and Activity Session with Sharon Gregory

Sharon Gregory is a Whadjuk Noongar woman and a Noongar Language Teacher and Consultant living in Perth, Western Australia. She has a qualification in teaching Indigenous languages and teaches Noongar Language to children and adults. Sharon has compiled a dictionary and teaches language in the Marribank orthography. During this session to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2021, Sharon will be reading stories to children written by Aboriginal elders and teaching them a song. Designed for primary school-aged children. All materials provided.

This workshop will be delivered in partnership with the Town of Victoria Park during the NAIDOC Week Celebration Event.

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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Fauna Nightstalk

 

Join a tour to find the fauna of Garvey Park wetland, led by Joe Tonga of Natsync Environmental.

Please wear enclosed shoes and appropriate clothing and bring a torch (head torch preferred).

Suitable for all ages however children must be supervised by a parent/ guardian.

Parking opposite Frank Treen Memorial Park (Cnr Tibradden Circle/ Hay Road, Ascot)

 

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July 10, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market has been a popular meeting place for locals and visitors since 2007.  Situated in the leafy suburb of Mount Claremont, the Market brings together growers and consumers, provides a relaxed meeting place and teaches the origins of foods. The Market’s 55 stalls tempt patrons with sustainable produce and delicious, locally made products.  You can stock up on organic and heirloom vegetables and fresh herbs, just-picked fruits from the orchard, grass-fed beef, lamb and pork, free range chicken, freshly caught seafood, olive oils, unprocessed honey, farmstead cheeses, cultured butter, artisan breads and more!  The Market caters for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free.  Our granola, speciality loaves, natural nut butters, cakes and pastries are so good, you wouldn’t even know they’re gluten free! We also have stalls offering handmade arts, crafts and jewellery, homewares, natural and organic body products, eco-friendly food wraps and cleaning products, and plants and flowers.  We even have nutritious handmade meals and treats for your dog! Our decked area is popular with breakfast goers.  Hot food stalls include bacon and egg wraps, sweet & savoury crepes, gourmet toasties, vegetable gyoza and Japanese pancakes.  In addition to hot coffee, there’s also popular Nitro cold brew and a wide variety of raw cold-pressed juices.  Kids love our real fruit popsicles and creamy coconut ice-creams. So grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along!

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Perth City Farmers Market

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit our vibrant market. Our market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst our green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery.​Our focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community.​There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by our dedicated volunteers. We sell farm fresh produce and organic products from our farm-door shop. A range of other stall holders join us week to week with their incredible produce … some of the items you’ll find are listed below;​Certified Organic, Biodynamic, ethical & spray-free fresh fruit & vegetables Organic & Biodynamic dairy products Organic & Biodynamic meats Organic, Biodynamic & Free-range eggs Organic & Biodynamic olive oil Local, unrefined honey Certified Organic dry goods and health foods Homemade soaps and lotions A range of eco-friendly beauty products, environmentally sensitive household products, and great gift ideas

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Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market

Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market (SJFM) offers a convenient local outlet at the SJ Community Resource Centre for farmers, growers, primary producers and artisan makers from the SJ Shire, Peel Region & surrounds to sell directly to the Serpentine Jarrahdale local community on a weekly basis.

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Community Tree Planting – Rickman Bangalla Reserve and surrounds, Balcatta

 

Gather your friends, family and neighbours and join us in planting street trees in your neighbourhood.

The event is an opportunity to:

  • Meet your neighbours and build a sense of community
  • Improve the appearance of your street and add value to your property
  • Help make your street and suburb a greener and more liveable place
  • Learn more about planting trees and how to care for them

Don’t miss out! Make sure you RSVP to sign-up to this Community Tree Planting Event. If you’re a resident who has a street tree planned for the verge alongside your property, don’t forget to select “after-care pack” – by participating, you are eligible for an after-care pack for the new trees.

The pack includes soil conditioner and fertiliser, soil wetter, a drink bottle, a bucket, a kids activity booklet, a bottle of hand sanitiser and more. Participation can be as much as assisting to plant the tree, or as little as coming out when the volunteers are planting and name the tree (we provide tree tags so residents are able to name their trees).

Don’t worry, you won’t have to dig any holes, the City will be doing the heavy lifting! The tree planting is done by you, the volunteers and residents, by working in teams alongside a volunteer Tree Captain. The Tree Captains guide you to the trees that need planting demonstrate the tree planting process.

The City recommends you bring your own gardening gloves, wear closed-in shoes, a hat and sunscreen. On arrival to the event, volunteers and residents will be asked to register and an induction will be carried out prior to tree planting activities. This is a family friendly event, however, please ensure children are supervised at all times during planting activities (although there will be traffic management in place, tree planting takes place on the road side).

Please note the event is subject to being cancelled or rescheduled where weather conditions are bad or where COVID-19 restrictions are in place and limiting. Please ensure you check for email updates closer to the event date.

 

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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July 11, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Midland Farmers Market

One of Perth’s longest running markets with a range of fresh fruit and vegetables and variety. Come down to the Midland Markets from 7am until 1pm. All things Fresh & Local so hope to see you down at the City of Swan/ Landgate carpark off Morrison Road.

Farmers Market & Swap Meet.

 

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Stirling Farmers Market

 

Stirling Farmers Market – Selling produce direct from the grower/maker – is a project of the Rotary Club of Karrinyup
Bring your shopping bags to stock up on great and fresh local produce, direct from the grower/producer, or just enjoy breakfast or a coffee while listening to our lovely buskers and soaking up the wonderful community atmosphere. Run by the Rotary Club of Karrinyup Sundays: 07:30 – 11:30 am Contact Market Manager Peter Polain on 0468 469 749 to enquire about stalls.

 

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Farmers Market on Manning

Enjoy the freshest produce in a relaxing atmosphere with Farmers Market on Manning! Bring the family, bring your empty bags and stock up on farm fresh produce at bargain prices, while enjoying the fun and stress-free atmosphere that the outdoor market brings. Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, fresh flowers and lots more! Open 7.30am-12.30pm Every Saturday.

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Kyilla Community Farmers Market

The Kyilla Community Farmers’ Market in North Perth is all about bringing the community together & enjoying a healthy lifestyle. Farm-direct seasonal fruit, vegetables, meat & locally produced bread, honey, nuts, flowers & much more.

You’ll get to meet the grower and do your weekly grocery shopping whilst you enjoy a morning in the park.
Take home a bounty of fresh produce and treat yourself to freshly brewed coffee and delicious food including gourmet bacon and egg sandwiches.
Every Saturday morning from 8.00am-11.30am at Kyilla Park, Clieveden Street, North Perth.

 

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Palmyra Western Farmers Markets

Palmyra Western Farmers Market a genuine growers market, held every Sunday, bringing fresh food direct from the farm gate to the community. The person who grew, bred, caught, pickled, smoked or baked the product will be the person you meet at their stall. Farm fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, seafood, honey, olive oil, pickles, preserves, organic bread, pastries, breakfast burgers, juice, fair-trade coffee, cut flowers, seedlings and much more…

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

We provide takeaway breakfasts, bread, condiments, meat, fish, prepackaged smallgoods, plants and fresh fruit and vegetables sourced and/or grown locally. We are open every Sunday from 8-12 in the Kalamunda Agriculture hall Carpark, Canning Rd Kalamunda.kal
The Kalamunda Farmers Market was nominated as a finalist in the WA Tourism Awards – Special Services Category for the last 2 years in a row. Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. Lucky shoppers can also win the huge harvest hamper raffle, and get to experience something from every stall in the market.The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

Every Sunday morning – Farmers, producers and artisan gourmet food market.

Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills. The Market operates every Sunday morning in the Central Mall, Kalamunda from 8am. The market has an enormous array of produce including seasonal fruit and veg, fish, beef, pork ,lamb, chicken, eggs, large range of biscuits and cakes, macadamia and pecan nuts, fresh squeezed orange juice on site, honey, native cuisine, herbal loose teas, ground coffee beans, pickles , wild flowers, jams, roses, gerberas, lilies, pickled onions, donuts, cheese, homemade fertilisers, soil solver products, herbs (Fresh picked and potted- Still growing), truffle oil, pea straw, Turkish food, Thai food, Japanese food, avocado oil, nuts, green sprouts, spices, marinades, savoury pastries, lavosh dips, potted herbs, blue berries, a great range of take away food, jellies, chutneys, milk, seedlings, bread, pet treats, pies, pasties, spring rolls, olive oil, dukkah, gluten free products, jerky and pastes.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

Vic Park Community Markets

Weekend market featuring fresh produce, coffee and breakfasts, as well as a rotating suite of handmade, local and/or delicious products. Come for the veggies, stay for the community!

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Vic Park Community Markets

Community Conservation Day – Carine

 

The City of Stirling invites you to join us for a Community Conservation day.

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 our 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. Don’t worry, you won’t have to dig any holes, the City will be doing the heavy lifting!

The City requests you bring your own gardening gloves, water bottle, closed-in shoes and weather appropriate clothing (either a 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.

Lunch will be provided after the event along with appreciation bags and native plants for participants in appreciation of their efforts.

Don’t miss out! Make sure you register to 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.

 

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Perth Hills Artisan Market 2021

Perth Hills biggest indoor artisan markets. Two floors to explore of high quality handmade delights.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Noongarts and Crafts at Arbor Park 1 (Ages 4-11)

 

Celebrate NAIDOC week at Arbor Park and create art based on Aboriginal culture and the environment

Create, make and keep some special Noongar bush craft on this activity and then learn about traditional practices and spear throwing

 

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Cars and Coffee Perth- July Meet

 

Autobarn WA presents Custom Cars and Coffee WA –July Meet
Sunday 11th July 2021
We are back again at the Motorplex for another get together and to shoot the breeze over a coffee at your favourite High Octane Coffee Meet.
We would love to see all parts of the Perth car culture come together again to celebrate all things automotive, lets see if we can again show Australia why we are the largest regular Cars and Coffee events held in the country……
So grab the family for a cruise to the KWINANA MOTORPLEX to join vehicles from all era’s. Come and check out Perth’s most beautiful Muscle Cars, Vintage, Classics, Street Machines, Hotrods, Exotics , Euro, Jap and Bikes
High Octane Coffee Meet Car meets run by Enthusiasts for Enthusiasts keeping the car culture alive
$10 per Car $5 Bikes/Spectators – Kids U16 Free Cash Only- No EFTPOS at gates
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2.5 Hour Meet 09.00am-11.30am Perth Motorplex- Anketell Rd-Kwinana Beach
CC&C is still arguably WA’s most unique high octane coffee get together, bring a chair or a blanket and sit down with Friends and Family and have a lazy Sunday checking out Perth’s sweetest Street Machines, Hotrods and Bikes.
We would love to see some more older vintage and veteran tin make their way down to CC&C. Plenty of catering vans in for this meet so there will be plenty of food, drinks and hot coffee for you to enjoy.
If you have friends that hang around in the Vintage, Veteran, Classic, Hotrod, Exotic car or bike scene, encourage them to come for a run. It’s all about the cars!! Vehicles open to Vintage/Classics cars and bikes, Kustoms, Street Machines, Muscle cars, Lowriders, JDM, Hot Rods and Exotics.
Come down for an informal chat about all things Cars/Bikes over a Coffee
Look forward to seeing you all at the Plex for another great meet up.

 

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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July 12, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Mask Making – WA Museum Boola Bardip

 

Design your own mask inspired by the epic tales and characters found throughout Ancient Greek history!
We will start by sharing the tales of Ancient Greek heroes before we use a range of traditional and contemporary crafting techniques to make our own Greek masks to take home 🎭
$45pp | Ages 8+
Two sessions available:
10am to 12pm
2pm to 4pm

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Murder in the Park Forensic Presentations

A Series of Presentations to Explore the World of Forensics

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Kids Holiday Club 2021

 

A FREE fun filled morning for primary aged kids in Years 1 – Year 6.

Free fun filled morning for primary aged kids in Years 1 – Year 6.

What– A morning of games, songs, Bible stories, craft, food, prizes

When– Second week of the July school holidays 12th – 16th July 2021                                                                                     9am-12pm.

Please register online to secure a place, or register on the day. Each day has fresh and fun content so you can register your kids for all week or individual days!

Where– Corner of Hobart & Edinboro St, Mt Hawthorn

Who – Children in Grades 1-6

Why – We know how hard it can be for working families during the holidays, so we offer this as a free service to the community, and a sausage sizzle for all the family on the Friday!

All volunteers are screened with working with children’s cards, police clearances and are child safe trained.

NOTE: Please fill out one form/ticket per child attending

Contact: Juliette 0415138403 for any questions. Email: children@mounty.org

 

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Squelching through Swampland, ages 3-7

Delve into the world of our swampland dwellers, they are unique with their extra special propellers. From boatmen to frogs and backswimmers galore you’ll find species aplenty on the cool swampy floor. For ages 3-7 DC members $12 Non-DC members $14 Bookings essential.

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Farm Animals at Banksia Grove Shopping Centre

Visit us at Banksia Grove Shopping Centre (Woolworths centre) for this FREE event happening in the school holidays. Say hello to a feathered friend or cuddle a fluffy animal. You may even get to feed one and take a photo with a new best mate! Located in the central area near The Coffee Club. Be sure to ask the hosts for a special offer flyer including lunch and drink deals available at our stores on the day.

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Kingsway City’s Winter Wonder

Join us for a week of Winter Wonder at Kingsway City.

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School Holiday Family Guided Tours

Guided Tours For Families

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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School Holiday Activity – Ignite your Writing Workshop – Sasha Wasley

 

Come along to Subiaco Library and ignite your writing with young adult author Sasha Wasley.

This is an event for secondary students aged from twelve to seventeen. Enjoy pizza and soft drinks while joining in with the Ignite your Writing a writing prompts and creativity workshop.

Bust your writer’s block! In this 75 minute workshop Sasha will take you through how to spark, harness and develop story ideas. She will show you how to develop story ideas, stay focused and beat writer’s block.

Finesse your writing in readiness for the Tim Winton Awards for Young Writers.

Sasha Wasley was born and raised in Perth. With a degree in literature and a passion for young people’s literacy she brings her knowledge of the writing craft to secondary students. She is a published author of contemporary and young adult fiction.

Bookings open on Monday 21 June from 9.30am.

Please register tickets for all students attending.

NOTE: Please do not attend Subiaco Library if you are feeling unwell, you are most welcome to cancel your free ticket at any time and re-book into future upcoming events when you are feeling better and are symptom free. We ask that all visitors maintain good hand hygiene and utilise the hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities available when attending events. Please maintain social distancing when attending events and if you have any concerns raise them with our friendly staff.

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Getting to the event: Subiaco Library has limited parking bays available at the rear of the building including two accessible parking bays. Three hour ticketed parking is available behind Subiaco Church off Rowland Street. For more information on getting around Subiaco visit the city’s website.

Access and inclusion: Subiaco Library is wheelchair accessible for additional information please contact Subiaco Library on 9237 9300.

Ticket information: You are not required to bring a ticket with you however, names will be checked at the door.

More information: For more events and programs at Subiaco Library visit the City of Subiaco events calendar, follow the Subiaco Library on Facebook or join the Cultural Services e-newsletter database by emailing library@subiaco.wa.gov.au

 

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July 13, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

More information

BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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YouTube Starz – WA Museum Boola Bardip

 

Ever wondered what it is that makes some YouTubers so fun to watch? Want to capture that same magic to help tell your own stories?
Discover the tips, tricks and techniques that make for captivating video content before making your own short video to share with the group.
After the workshop, you will leave with the skills and confidence to continue your project at home.
Participants will have their projects emailed out to them within a few days of completing the workshop.
$90pp | Ages 10 – 13

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Winter Film Club

The City of Perth Library is launching a film club. Join us for a screening and post-film discussion, moderated by one of Perth’s resident film buffs. About the Moderator Tristan Fidler is a writer and a broadcaster who reviews films for community radio station RTRFM 92.1 as part of Movie Squad. He also hosts and coordinates the late night radio show Midnight Special on RTRFM, publishes the movie recommendations zine VHS Tracking, and has been involved in hosting The Room ‘bad movie’ nights at Luna Cinemas. Cane Toads: The Conquest Date: Tuesday 8 June 2021 Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm Venue: City of Perth Library Book: coplfilmclubjune.eventbrite.com.au Puberty Blues Date: Tuesday 13 July 2021 Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm Venue: City of Perth Library Book: coplfilmclubjuly.eventbrite.com.au Cosi Date: Tuesday 3 August 2021 Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm Venue: City of Perth Library Book: coplfilmclubaugust.eventbrite.com.au

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Let’s Get Active – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

Get up and get active in this workshop about healthy hearts and kids.

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Farm Animals at Banksia Grove Shopping Centre

Visit us at Banksia Grove Shopping Centre (Woolworths centre) for this FREE event happening in the school holidays. Say hello to a feathered friend or cuddle a fluffy animal. You may even get to feed one and take a photo with a new best mate! Located in the central area near The Coffee Club. Be sure to ask the hosts for a special offer flyer including lunch and drink deals available at our stores on the day.

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Kingsway City’s Winter Wonder

Join us for a week of Winter Wonder at Kingsway City.

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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Body Boost

 

The Body Boost program is designed to assist young people between the ages of 12-25 to develop positive body image and self-confidence

The Body Boost Program was designed to work alongside young people between the ages of 12 and 25 years to help promote, up skill and develop positive body image and healthy eating knowledge.

It delves into detail about the current influence of social media and the ideal appearance and on how we perceive ourselves, while providing some tips and tricks along the way in which we can improve our body image.

This four hour program has limited spots available with food and drinks provided on the day. Remember this program is completely FREE to the community as long as you fall within the age brackets above. The program sports a fun and interactive structure where you are able to discuss your own experiences in a safe and supportive environment along with interactive activities to build resilience and skills within yourself. The main topics of the program include:

– Introduction to health

– Appearance ideals and social media

– Healthy eating and nutrition

We hope to see you there! If you have any dietary requirements please just send an email to reception@headspacearmadale.com.au and we will work to our very best to cater to all. We look forward to seeing you all there on the day.

 

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Circus Craft Craziness – July School Holidays

 

Head over to Mirrabooka Library to clown around and create circus themed craft activities!

Head over to Mirrabooka Library to clown around and create circus themed craft activities!

Ages: Suitable for 6-11 year olds.

Cost: Free

Bookings are essential for participating children only.

Social distancing and Safe WA registry measures will be observed during this event. Parents are reminded that abiding by these guidelines, and ensuring their children maintain social distance is a condition of attending this event.

 

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July 14, 2021

Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Farm Animals at Banksia Grove Shopping Centre

Visit us at Banksia Grove Shopping Centre (Woolworths centre) for this FREE event happening in the school holidays. Say hello to a feathered friend or cuddle a fluffy animal. You may even get to feed one and take a photo with a new best mate! Located in the central area near The Coffee Club. Be sure to ask the hosts for a special offer flyer including lunch and drink deals available at our stores on the day.

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Tabletop Games @ Lynwood Youth Centre, followed by Youth Drop In 10-17yrs

 

Come down & meet like minded young people as you engage in some fun playing tabletop games that you may have never experienced before.

Join us for this FREE event!!

Register for this event. This event is open for young people aged 10-17yrs, young people who do not meet the required age will have their ticket refunded.

Please ensure that you arrive 10 mins prior to the event start time to have your name marked off by one of the Youth Workers and bring your ticket with you.

Please note that no food will be provided during this event. Water is available however we do encourage you to bring your own water bottle and snacks.

Following this event the Lynwood Youth Centre Drop In will be open until 4 pm. Young people are more than welcome to stay during this time and enjoy the facility. Youth Centre activities include Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Pool tables, Table tennis and lots of other board games and activities.

Duty of Care: The City of Canning is committed to providing safe and supported environments where young people can feel welcome and thrive. Our qualified youth team will do all they can to ensure young people are safe, supported and supervised during their time on our programs and in our centres. A large part of our Youth Service is delivering drop-in from youth centres and outreach activities at various locations; meaning young people can come and go as they please during opening times. Please note: if a young person chooses to leave in the middle of a program or centre open hours, they have the right to do so. City of Canning does not take responsibility for young people who leave the centre or are not in the premises. City of Canning youth staff do not have the authority to keep young people at our premises at the request of parents.

For more information please contact one of our Youth Workers at youth@canning.wa.gov.au

 

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Champion Medals Craft Workshop // Free School Holiday Fun

FREE School Holiday Fun for the Kids!

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Kingsway City’s Winter Wonder

Join us for a week of Winter Wonder at Kingsway City.

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Germs! – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

Stop the spread! Learn how germs are shared.

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School Holiday Family Guided Tours

Guided Tours For Families

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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July 15, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Game Wizards: Adventure of the Greek Gods

 

Learn how to design your very own video game in this digital school holiday workshop.
WA Museum Boola Bardip has been visited by the Ancient Greek Gods and they are running amok!
In this two-day workshop, you will learn the basics of video game mechanics and how to design captivating characters, diabolical levels, and memorable experiences.
We will start this workshop by exploring the Museum’s latest exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes. There we will be inspired by epic Ancient Greek tales of monsters, myths and magics.
We will start this workshop by exploring the Museum’s latest exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes. There we will be inspired by epic Ancient Greek tales of monsters, myths and magic. including how to create challenges for your players.
$180pp | Two-day workshop | Ages 8+

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Champion Medals Craft Workshop // Free School Holiday Fun

FREE School Holiday Fun for the Kids!

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Smoke Free School Holiday Art Classes

Free school holiday art class at Faire and Co.

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Kingsway City’s Winter Wonder

Join us for a week of Winter Wonder at Kingsway City.

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Candyland at Wellard Square

Get your sweet tooth ready and join us at Wellard Square these school holidays for our candy decorating workshop!

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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July 16, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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MARC School Holiday Club

 

Join our MARC School Holiday Club for the school holidays!
School Holidays means only one thing, MARC School Holiday Club is back!
Ages 5 years – 12 years
School Holiday Club runs from Monday 5 July 2021 – Friday 16 July 2021 (excluding weekends), 9.00am – 11.00am.
We have fun games and activities running on the MARC Stadium courts to keep the kids entertained. Parent must stay within the centre while kids are in School Holiday Club, so enjoy a swim, gym session or group fitness class while the kid are with us having fun!
Only $3.00 per 2 hour session per child
Terms and Conditions: Purchase a Crèche pass at reception or in the Crèche Parents must stay within the Centre whilst children attending School Holiday Club If there 8 children or less, school holiday club may be moved to the Crèche. 5 years and under can attend the Crèche – open 8.45am – 12.00 noon
Call 9550 3600 for more information or visit website: https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/…/MARC-School-Holiday-Club

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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City Of Fremantle – scooter coaching workshop session – July 16th 2021

 

Thanks to the City of Fremantle. Freestyle Now will be conducting FREE Scooter coaching sessions at the Montreal Skate Park.

Thanks to the City of Fremantle.

Freestyle Now will be conducting FREE Scooter coaching sessions at the Montreal Skate Park on the 16th July 2021

Dates and Times – Scooters

Session 1 – Friday 16th July 9:00am – 10:00am 

Parent information session – 10:10am – 10:20am

Session 2 – Friday 16th July 10:30am – 11:30am

The workshop sessions would be open to any participant over the age of 7.

Freestyle Now squad members would be present to offer participants technical advice, trick tips, skill development and skatepark etiquette.

Each coaching workshop session is 60 minutes long with a 10 minute parent information session conducted at 10:10am to help educate parents on skatepark etiquette, understanding of scooters, and safety issues. If you are in the second session be sure to arrive early to catch this important information.

Our facilitators analyze the participants skill level and work from that base and assist with confidence building. Skills can be taught but confidence cannot. It is important to not only just focus on skill building but confidence as well. By using their own skill base as a stepping stone we are able to help them advance. Our instructors speak the participant’s language and speak on their level. Our instructors relay this safety message to our participants and reiterate the importance of helmets and how they can minimize injuries.

All participants would need their own equipment and would also be required to wear a helmet and closed in shoes. Participants with defective scooters may not be able to participate. Our facilitators are not able to make repairs to participants scooters during the coaching session.

Participants under the age of 7 will be taken on their ability to understand and follow instructions and to control their apparatus.

Key points

• Coaching workshops are not suitable for 3 wheeled plastic scooters.

• Participants must be wearing a helmet

• Please remember to bring some water and wear sunscreen

• Participants must be over the age of 7

• Parents must stay on site if their child is under 12

• Please fill out the disclaimer and bring it with you on the day.  Limited blank copies will be available. https://www.freestylenow.net/news/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Freestyle-Now-workshop-entry-form.pdf

Freestyle Now coaching workshops are fun, informative and motivational.

The squad members let the participants ride at their own level and encourage progression.

All our instructors are very easy going and relate to the participants well. Our workshops cover all aspects of the sports, as well as equipment maintenance and personal safety issues.

Freestyle Now hosts many coaching workshop sessions throughout the year for various local governments, community organizations and private companies.

Freestyle Now also can offer private individualised coaching lessons.

www.freestylenow.net

 

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Table Tennis Workshop & Youth Centre Drop In, Ages 10 – 17yrs.

 

Come test out your skills or learn new skills with our facilitated workshop , while hanging out with other like minded young people.

Join us for this fun activity!

Register your interest. This event is open for young people aged 10-17yrs, youth who do not meet the required age will have their ticket refunded.

Please ensure that you arrive 10 mins prior to the event start time to have your name marked off by one of the Youth Workers and bring your ticket with you.

Please note that no food will be provided during this event. Water is available however we do encourage you to bring your own water bottle and packed lunch.

Following this event the Willetton Youth Centre Drop In will be open until 4 pm. Young people are more than welcome to stay during this time and enjoy the facility. Youth Centre activities include Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Pool tables, Table tennis and lots of other board games and activities.

Duty of Care: The City of Canning is committed to providing safe and supported environments where young people can feel welcome and thrive. Our qualified youth team will do all they can to ensure young people are safe, supported and supervised during their time on our programs and in our centres. A large part of our Youth Service is delivering drop-in from youth centres and outreach activities at various locations; meaning young people can come and go as they please during opening times. Please note: if a young person chooses to leave in the middle of a program or centre open hours, they have the right to do so. City of Canning does not take responsibility for young people who leave the centre or are not in the premises. City of Canning youth staff do not have the authority to keep young people at our premises at the request of parents.

For more information please contact one of our Youth Workers at youth@canning.wa.gov.au

 

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Me, Myself and I – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

These are a few of my favourite things… join us on this workshop on self-care!

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Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures Tours at Cicerello’s Fremantle

 

Come and meet our weird and wonderful sea creatures!
Our Sea Critters Aquatic Adventures, led by our Marine Team, will introduce you to the unique animals who live within our 11 world-class aquariums. With over 150 different species to learn about, some local to our beautiful WA coastline and some from deeper depths, you and your little ones will be dazzled.
When: 6th July – 16th July, Monday – Friday, 2 x Daily Sessions Time: 10 am and 11 am Cost: $5 per child (kids under 2 are free)
Each booking comes with a bag of fish food to feed the friendly harbour fish PLUS a 10% meal discount so you can treat yourself to our iconic Fish ‘n’ Chips. Make your Booking today!

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Kingsway City’s Winter Wonder

Join us for a week of Winter Wonder at Kingsway City.

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Fight or Flight – Telethon Kids July School Holiday Workshops

Fight or Flight – how does your brain decide? Find out in this workshop!

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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July 17, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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Perth City Farmers Market

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit our vibrant market. Our market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst our green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery.​Our focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community.​There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by our dedicated volunteers. We sell farm fresh produce and organic products from our farm-door shop. A range of other stall holders join us week to week with their incredible produce … some of the items you’ll find are listed below;​Certified Organic, Biodynamic, ethical & spray-free fresh fruit & vegetables Organic & Biodynamic dairy products Organic & Biodynamic meats Organic, Biodynamic & Free-range eggs Organic & Biodynamic olive oil Local, unrefined honey Certified Organic dry goods and health foods Homemade soaps and lotions A range of eco-friendly beauty products, environmentally sensitive household products, and great gift ideas

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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market has been a popular meeting place for locals and visitors since 2007.  Situated in the leafy suburb of Mount Claremont, the Market brings together growers and consumers, provides a relaxed meeting place and teaches the origins of foods. The Market’s 55 stalls tempt patrons with sustainable produce and delicious, locally made products.  You can stock up on organic and heirloom vegetables and fresh herbs, just-picked fruits from the orchard, grass-fed beef, lamb and pork, free range chicken, freshly caught seafood, olive oils, unprocessed honey, farmstead cheeses, cultured butter, artisan breads and more!  The Market caters for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free.  Our granola, speciality loaves, natural nut butters, cakes and pastries are so good, you wouldn’t even know they’re gluten free! We also have stalls offering handmade arts, crafts and jewellery, homewares, natural and organic body products, eco-friendly food wraps and cleaning products, and plants and flowers.  We even have nutritious handmade meals and treats for your dog! Our decked area is popular with breakfast goers.  Hot food stalls include bacon and egg wraps, sweet & savoury crepes, gourmet toasties, vegetable gyoza and Japanese pancakes.  In addition to hot coffee, there’s also popular Nitro cold brew and a wide variety of raw cold-pressed juices.  Kids love our real fruit popsicles and creamy coconut ice-creams. So grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along!

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BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST

Imagine a door, a door that can take you to a land far away beyond our realm… ✨💜 Join the pirate faeries on a journey BEYOND THE TREASURE CHEST 💜✨ for storytelling with the Sea Queen 👸 craft, magic wishes, face painting, dancing & more at Subiaco Arts Centre July 9-17. Tickets available now. 🎫 Ahoy me hearties! Get your adventure team together over these holidays and join us on a journey – Beyond the Treasure Chest. Brought to you by the creators of Beyond the Faerie Door, this brand-new captivating installation is full of magic, mystic and imagination, taking us to a land beyond our realms. Children will immerse themselves in this interactive experience designed for ages 3 to 7 years, and enjoyed by anyone who believes in fun! Once you enter the lost treasure chest, come listen to a sea story, enjoy a crafty activity, sing a sea shanty and of course have a dance in the octopus’s garden. With the magic of creation, this is a super treat for all the senses. Dress in your best adventuring outfit, get your face painted and don’t forget to take a special snap of you and the pirates. Keep your eyes peeled for mermaids! Come and Yo Ho Ho with us these holidays! Note This is an interactive adventure, not a traditional performance style event. Children will be standing or sitting on the ground throughout the experience. Running time (subject to change) 40 minutes

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Nexus Toy & Collector Fair

Nexus Toy & Collector fair is back for the 17th July 2021 over 130 vendor tables filled with a mix of everything from vintage toys to video games, hand made pop culture items, coins, stamps, books and board games. and at only $2 per person entry, family friendly events dont get much better! AAAus

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Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market

Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market (SJFM) offers a convenient local outlet at the SJ Community Resource Centre for farmers, growers, primary producers and artisan makers from the SJ Shire, Peel Region & surrounds to sell directly to the Serpentine Jarrahdale local community on a weekly basis.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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July 18, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Skating in Mandurah

 

Skating in Mandurah will glide onto the Eastern Foreshore this winter, from 26 June through to 18 July.

About the Event

This magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family.  Enjoy a handful of winter inspired activities including:

  • Ice skating rink
  • Ice toboggan slide (30 metres high)
  • Pop up rides and fantastic entertainment
  • Cabin Bar by The Brighton Hotel serving delicious food and drink

Stay tuned for a series of exclusive ticketed events over the winter months to round off this winter experience. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, there is something for everyone. The ‘Kanga Skate Aid’ is available for the big and little kids, giving a kick of confidence to enjoy the magic of being on the ice. Skating in Mandurah will be open each day from 10am to 8pm, with ice skating sessions starting every hour, on the hour for 45 minutes. Ensure you arrive 20 minutes early to secure your tickets and to buckle up your skates. Don’t forget to bring your own pair of socks!

Ticket Prices:

  • 3-4 years: $5.00
  • 5-14 years: $17.00
  • 15+ years: $25.00
  • Family Pass (2x adults, 2x children): $75.00
  • Kanga Skating Aid: $10.00
  • 1 hour unlimited ride pass: $15.00

Tickets available to purchase online or at the event. Ice skating tickets includes the hire of ice skates and a 45 minute skating session.

With a full season of events and activities to explore, staying indoors is NOT an option this winter. Rug up, step outside and enjoy everything that is going on this Winter in Mandurah!

Go to booking linkEastern Foreshore

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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Midland Farmers Market

One of Perth’s longest running markets with a range of fresh fruit and vegetables and variety. Come down to the Midland Markets from 7am until 1pm. All things Fresh & Local so hope to see you down at the City of Swan/ Landgate carpark off Morrison Road.

Farmers Market & Swap Meet.

 

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Stirling Farmers Market

 

Stirling Farmers Market – Selling produce direct from the grower/maker – is a project of the Rotary Club of Karrinyup
Bring your shopping bags to stock up on great and fresh local produce, direct from the grower/producer, or just enjoy breakfast or a coffee while listening to our lovely buskers and soaking up the wonderful community atmosphere. Run by the Rotary Club of Karrinyup Sundays: 07:30 – 11:30 am Contact Market Manager Peter Polain on 0468 469 749 to enquire about stalls.

 

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Farmers Market on Manning

Enjoy the freshest produce in a relaxing atmosphere with Farmers Market on Manning! Bring the family, bring your empty bags and stock up on farm fresh produce at bargain prices, while enjoying the fun and stress-free atmosphere that the outdoor market brings. Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, fresh flowers and lots more! Open 7.30am-12.30pm Every Saturday.

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Vic Park Community Markets

Weekend market featuring fresh produce, coffee and breakfasts, as well as a rotating suite of handmade, local and/or delicious products. Come for the veggies, stay for the community!

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Vic Park Community Markets

Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

We provide takeaway breakfasts, bread, condiments, meat, fish, prepackaged smallgoods, plants and fresh fruit and vegetables sourced and/or grown locally. We are open every Sunday from 8-12 in the Kalamunda Agriculture hall Carpark, Canning Rd Kalamunda.kal
The Kalamunda Farmers Market was nominated as a finalist in the WA Tourism Awards – Special Services Category for the last 2 years in a row. Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. Lucky shoppers can also win the huge harvest hamper raffle, and get to experience something from every stall in the market.The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

Every Sunday morning – Farmers, producers and artisan gourmet food market.

Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills. The Market operates every Sunday morning in the Central Mall, Kalamunda from 8am. The market has an enormous array of produce including seasonal fruit and veg, fish, beef, pork ,lamb, chicken, eggs, large range of biscuits and cakes, macadamia and pecan nuts, fresh squeezed orange juice on site, honey, native cuisine, herbal loose teas, ground coffee beans, pickles , wild flowers, jams, roses, gerberas, lilies, pickled onions, donuts, cheese, homemade fertilisers, soil solver products, herbs (Fresh picked and potted- Still growing), truffle oil, pea straw, Turkish food, Thai food, Japanese food, avocado oil, nuts, green sprouts, spices, marinades, savoury pastries, lavosh dips, potted herbs, blue berries, a great range of take away food, jellies, chutneys, milk, seedlings, bread, pet treats, pies, pasties, spring rolls, olive oil, dukkah, gluten free products, jerky and pastes.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

Kyilla Community Farmers Market

The Kyilla Community Farmers’ Market in North Perth is all about bringing the community together & enjoying a healthy lifestyle. Farm-direct seasonal fruit, vegetables, meat & locally produced bread, honey, nuts, flowers & much more.

You’ll get to meet the grower and do your weekly grocery shopping whilst you enjoy a morning in the park.
Take home a bounty of fresh produce and treat yourself to freshly brewed coffee and delicious food including gourmet bacon and egg sandwiches.
Every Saturday morning from 8.00am-11.30am at Kyilla Park, Clieveden Street, North Perth.

 

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Palmyra Western Farmers Markets

Palmyra Western Farmers Market a genuine growers market, held every Sunday, bringing fresh food direct from the farm gate to the community. The person who grew, bred, caught, pickled, smoked or baked the product will be the person you meet at their stall. Farm fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, seafood, honey, olive oil, pickles, preserves, organic bread, pastries, breakfast burgers, juice, fair-trade coffee, cut flowers, seedlings and much more…

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Stirling Square Markets

 

The Stirling Square Markets are held from 9am – 2pm on the third Sunday of each month from February, through to November.
All things, vintage, retro & upcycled to handcrafted and locally produced wares.
FREE – children’s activities & playground, live entertainment along with a Foodies Hub all make for a great day out.
Stirling Square is situated across from Guildford’s main shopping strip, alongside the Guildford Train Station, in the picturesque grounds of Stirling Square, its large network of pathways enable families with prams and those in wheelchairs to move about with ease.
Dogs on a leash are welcome.
To book a site, please email guildfordmarket@gmail.com with details of your product.

 

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Community Planting Day – Berringa Park

Planting days are a fun way to come together to help increase native plant numbers in the nature spaces which make the City of Bayswater so special.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Paw Patrol Live Show & Meet and Greet

Get ready to Paw-ty!

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Silent Disco

School Holidays are here and it’s time to hit the dancefloor!

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July 19, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

More information

Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Jelly Tots Perth Music n Boogie Class July

Hello everyone, I am very excited to be bringing back Music n Boogie! Please get in touch to book. Limited spots so secure your place now! Payment is required when booking. Classes will be on a casual basis so no need to book for a full term! Location is Victoria Park and it will be on a morning midweek. Can’t wait to see you and your little lovelies soon. Elisa 💖

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July 20, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

More information

Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 21, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

More information

Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Become a ‘Mumpreneur’! @ Karrinyup Library

 

Become a ‘Mumpreneur’! Are you a Mum and want to start your own business?

This workshop, facilitated by award winning WA Mumpreneur Allison Bannister, is aimed at first time ‘Mumpreneurs’ and will provide motivation, tips and tricks to help save time, energy and money!

This workshop will:

  • Give an overview of what you’ll need to succeed regarding business development skills
  • Provide information about where to find free help, resources and guidance in the early stages.
  • Discuss digital marketing ideas to help promote your business
  • Provide realistic guidance on the purpose of goal setting and how to reach them
  • Explore motivational ideas to help create action plans and tips to stay productive and focused

 

 

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July 22, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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CREATIVE ART CLASSES – JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Creative Art Workshops during July School Holidays at Meerlo Creations Studio & Gallery. Full days from 9am to 3pm from Monday 12th July to Friday 23rd July. Suitable for 5 to 13 year olds. Free online participation.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Circle of Security Parenting

 

For parents and carers of children 0 – 5 years

Workshop Overview (8-sessions)

At times all parents feel lost or without a clue about what our child might need from us.

The Circle of Security program looks beneath behaviour to make sense of what your child is really asking from you. It provides a ‘map’ to help better read your child’s needs, understand your child’s emotional world, support your child’s ability to successfully manage emotions, build their self-esteem, support their need to build new skills and strengthen the relationship you have with your child.

Please note: This workshop is 8-sessions and will commence on Thursday 22 July and conclude on Thursday 9 September 2021. It is recommended that participants commit to all 8 sessions.

 

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July 23, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 24, 2021

Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place

 

On your marks, get set, go! Perth’s favorite light festival is back!
Dates: Thursday 15 through to Saturday 24 July Times: 6pm-11pm nightly
The Winter Lights Festival at Brookfield Place will once again transform the precinct into a thrilling light show, with this year’s collection of installations, projections and entertainment, a celebration of the wonderful world of sports.
Now in its eighth year, festival highlights include show stopping sporting projections by The Electric Canvas, and thought-provoking light sculptures from Australian artists Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere.
The 10-night event will also feature performances ‘Roving Skaters’ and ‘Greek Olympias’ by Red Top Creations as well as ‘Sprites Sports Addition Edition’ and ‘Sports Bubbles’ by Fliptease.
Brookfield Place would like to thank Presenting Partners City of Perth and Dimeo Cleaning Services, and supporting partner, JERA Australia, for their support in delivering the 2021 Winter Lights Festival.

 

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Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Perth City Farmers Market

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit our vibrant market. Our market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst our green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery.​Our focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community.​There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by our dedicated volunteers. We sell farm fresh produce and organic products from our farm-door shop. A range of other stall holders join us week to week with their incredible produce … some of the items you’ll find are listed below;​Certified Organic, Biodynamic, ethical & spray-free fresh fruit & vegetables Organic & Biodynamic dairy products Organic & Biodynamic meats Organic, Biodynamic & Free-range eggs Organic & Biodynamic olive oil Local, unrefined honey Certified Organic dry goods and health foods Homemade soaps and lotions A range of eco-friendly beauty products, environmentally sensitive household products, and great gift ideas

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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market has been a popular meeting place for locals and visitors since 2007.  Situated in the leafy suburb of Mount Claremont, the Market brings together growers and consumers, provides a relaxed meeting place and teaches the origins of foods. The Market’s 55 stalls tempt patrons with sustainable produce and delicious, locally made products.  You can stock up on organic and heirloom vegetables and fresh herbs, just-picked fruits from the orchard, grass-fed beef, lamb and pork, free range chicken, freshly caught seafood, olive oils, unprocessed honey, farmstead cheeses, cultured butter, artisan breads and more!  The Market caters for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free.  Our granola, speciality loaves, natural nut butters, cakes and pastries are so good, you wouldn’t even know they’re gluten free! We also have stalls offering handmade arts, crafts and jewellery, homewares, natural and organic body products, eco-friendly food wraps and cleaning products, and plants and flowers.  We even have nutritious handmade meals and treats for your dog! Our decked area is popular with breakfast goers.  Hot food stalls include bacon and egg wraps, sweet & savoury crepes, gourmet toasties, vegetable gyoza and Japanese pancakes.  In addition to hot coffee, there’s also popular Nitro cold brew and a wide variety of raw cold-pressed juices.  Kids love our real fruit popsicles and creamy coconut ice-creams. So grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along!

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Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market

Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market (SJFM) offers a convenient local outlet at the SJ Community Resource Centre for farmers, growers, primary producers and artisan makers from the SJ Shire, Peel Region & surrounds to sell directly to the Serpentine Jarrahdale local community on a weekly basis.

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Austin Lakes Farmers Market

 

Austin Lakes Farmer’s Markets 9am – 12pm | Saturday 24th July Adventurescape Park Keegan Corner, South Yunderup 6208
Join us for our first Farmers Market at the Adventurescape Park in Austin Lakes!
From 9am to 12pm meet local bakers, jam & sauce makers, honey, fresh produce, sweets and pantry goods! Enjoy a hot coffee, breakfast roll and a delicious snack whilst listening to the acoustic tunes.Aus

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Cookie Decorating

Cookie Decorating at Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest

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LiveLighter Multicultural Eid-Adha Carnival

COVID Safe Event. The LiveLighter Multicultural Eid-Adha Carnival is set to be bigger and better than ever…. LiveLighter Multicultural Eid-Adha Carnival Saturday 24 July 2021 Place: Burswood Park. Resort Drive (off Great Eastern Highway) Burswood WA 6100 Gates open 11:00 am till 6:00 pm Fun day for the whole family Stalls… Camel Rides… Henna… Cultural Performances…. International food AAA Multicultural Eid-Adha Carnival offers spectacular celebrations including a carnival with many fun-filled rides, shows and a variety of international cuisines. comes together to celebrate Eid. The event provides a unique opportunity for our communities to experience a true sense of what Eid is. The Carnival is a full day event a day of family fun and entertainment EVERYONE IS WELCOME. The Australian Arab Association (AAA) is holding the 17th annual Multicultural Eid Carnival in Western Australia. Many businesses come together in our unique bazaar to showcase their products and services to the community.

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ZERO Emcee at the Museum

 

Zero Emcee is the stage name for indigenous rapper Jaydan Ahmat.
Jaydan’s music broke through on social media and he is a popular radio host on local station Noongar Radio.
This is a free, unique event to showcase the some of the hottest lyrics in the industry.
Presented by Djinda Boodja Music Corporation
Location: Ngalang Koort Boodja Wirn foyer

 

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July 25, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Midland Farmers Market

One of Perth’s longest running markets with a range of fresh fruit and vegetables and variety. Come down to the Midland Markets from 7am until 1pm. All things Fresh & Local so hope to see you down at the City of Swan/ Landgate carpark off Morrison Road.

Farmers Market & Swap Meet.

 

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Stirling Farmers Market

 

Stirling Farmers Market – Selling produce direct from the grower/maker – is a project of the Rotary Club of Karrinyup
Bring your shopping bags to stock up on great and fresh local produce, direct from the grower/producer, or just enjoy breakfast or a coffee while listening to our lovely buskers and soaking up the wonderful community atmosphere. Run by the Rotary Club of Karrinyup Sundays: 07:30 – 11:30 am Contact Market Manager Peter Polain on 0468 469 749 to enquire about stalls.

 

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Farmers Market on Manning

Enjoy the freshest produce in a relaxing atmosphere with Farmers Market on Manning! Bring the family, bring your empty bags and stock up on farm fresh produce at bargain prices, while enjoying the fun and stress-free atmosphere that the outdoor market brings. Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, fresh flowers and lots more! Open 7.30am-12.30pm Every Saturday.

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Palmyra Western Farmers Markets

Palmyra Western Farmers Market a genuine growers market, held every Sunday, bringing fresh food direct from the farm gate to the community. The person who grew, bred, caught, pickled, smoked or baked the product will be the person you meet at their stall. Farm fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, seafood, honey, olive oil, pickles, preserves, organic bread, pastries, breakfast burgers, juice, fair-trade coffee, cut flowers, seedlings and much more…

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Kyilla Community Farmers Market

The Kyilla Community Farmers’ Market in North Perth is all about bringing the community together & enjoying a healthy lifestyle. Farm-direct seasonal fruit, vegetables, meat & locally produced bread, honey, nuts, flowers & much more.

You’ll get to meet the grower and do your weekly grocery shopping whilst you enjoy a morning in the park.
Take home a bounty of fresh produce and treat yourself to freshly brewed coffee and delicious food including gourmet bacon and egg sandwiches.
Every Saturday morning from 8.00am-11.30am at Kyilla Park, Clieveden Street, North Perth.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

Every Sunday morning – Farmers, producers and artisan gourmet food market.

Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills. The Market operates every Sunday morning in the Central Mall, Kalamunda from 8am. The market has an enormous array of produce including seasonal fruit and veg, fish, beef, pork ,lamb, chicken, eggs, large range of biscuits and cakes, macadamia and pecan nuts, fresh squeezed orange juice on site, honey, native cuisine, herbal loose teas, ground coffee beans, pickles , wild flowers, jams, roses, gerberas, lilies, pickled onions, donuts, cheese, homemade fertilisers, soil solver products, herbs (Fresh picked and potted- Still growing), truffle oil, pea straw, Turkish food, Thai food, Japanese food, avocado oil, nuts, green sprouts, spices, marinades, savoury pastries, lavosh dips, potted herbs, blue berries, a great range of take away food, jellies, chutneys, milk, seedlings, bread, pet treats, pies, pasties, spring rolls, olive oil, dukkah, gluten free products, jerky and pastes.

 

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Kalamunda Farmers Market

Kalamunda Farmers Market

 

We provide takeaway breakfasts, bread, condiments, meat, fish, prepackaged smallgoods, plants and fresh fruit and vegetables sourced and/or grown locally. We are open every Sunday from 8-12 in the Kalamunda Agriculture hall Carpark, Canning Rd Kalamunda.kal
The Kalamunda Farmers Market was nominated as a finalist in the WA Tourism Awards – Special Services Category for the last 2 years in a row. Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends. Lucky shoppers can also win the huge harvest hamper raffle, and get to experience something from every stall in the market.The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills.

 

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Vic Park Community Markets

Weekend market featuring fresh produce, coffee and breakfasts, as well as a rotating suite of handmade, local and/or delicious products. Come for the veggies, stay for the community!

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Vic Park Community Markets

Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Stirling Miniature Railway

Don’t forget to add us to your family weekend plans! We are open from 9.45 am until 1.30 pm on Sunday.

Safety Notice: Please make sure your family and friends are wearing closed in shoes such as track shoes, even if they will not be riding the trains. Babes in arms, of course, don’t need to wear track shoes. Thank you for your cooperation from the Stirling Miniature Railway Team.

 

 

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Cookie Decorating

Cookie Decorating at Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest

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OPEN DAY | Perth Broncos American Football Club

 

Thinking of giving gridiron a go this summer? Join us for an afternoon of fun football activities and free sausage sizzle to find out more!

Thinking of giving American football a try this summer? All potential, past and current players are invited to Lightning Park, Noranda, on Sun 25th July for the Perth Broncos Open Day.

Join us for an afternoon of fun football activities and a free sausage sizzle. Meet new people and socialise with team mates from 1pm-4pm.

This is a FREE event and bookings/tickets are not required. Instead, hit GOING on our facebook event at facebook.com/events/1396417897404987

Not sure if the Broncos are for you? Meet key club personnel that can answer your questions about our club culture, season format and how to join.

Wear comfortable exercise clothing, running shoes or football boots and bring a drink bottle. Don’t feel like running around? No problem – rug up and come down to spectate and chat!

Families and furry friends are always welcome at our home ground.

 

ABOUT THE PERTH BRONCOS AMERICAN FOOTBALL CLUB

The Perth Broncos are the largest and oldest gridiron club in WA. With a focus on fun, family and foundation skills, players aged 14+ and of any fitness or experience level are welcome.

We have an Under 19’s, Women’s and Men’s team, and eligible players under 18 can apply for up to $200 off fees through KidSport.

We’re more than just a football club, we’re a community of players, supporters, families and volunteers. We promote inclusion and participation through initiatives like our annual Pride and Autism Awareness games, subsidised child care, women in leadership and coaching, safe alcohol and transportation program, mental health activities and volunteer opportunities.

Being a member of the Perth Broncos also includes access to a team of professional sports trainers at training and on game days, social events including our own in-house canteen and licensed bar, live-streaming of our games and a huge range of merchandise – check out our online store at perthbroncos.com

 

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July 26, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 27, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Kidsafe Baby Safety Seminars

Baby Safety Seminars Running: 23rd March, 27th April, 25th May, 22nd June, 27th July, 24th August, 28th September,  26th October, 23rd November, 21st December. These sessions are ideal for expectant parents and provides an overview of childhood injuries; home safety tips; a child car restraint fitting demonstration; and a self-guided tour through the Safety Demonstration House. Please note bookings are essential, email Ivana@kidsafewa.com.au to register. Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm. Address: 140 Railway Parade, West Leederville, 6007.

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July 28, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 29, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Confident Parenting

 

Parenting by Connection offers five key tools to meet your parenting challenges with confidence.

Parenting by Connection supports parents in the vital work of raising children; it is an evidence-informed approach, aligned with current neuroscience and psychology research. It is backed by over 40 years of experience, and the fundamental cornerstone is a simple one – listening. Parenting by Connection supports parents to make empathy and connection their go-to response for challenges in their lives, while giving them confidence to set the limits their children need.

Please note: Babes in arms welcome (up to approximately 6 months). The talk is not suitable for little ones, please arrange suitable outside care for your baby/toddler.

 

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Constable Care – Protective Behaviours Puppet Show

 

Come join us for this for this puppet show at Constable Care in Maylands running for 45 mins.

*Tickets are strictly limited to 30 school age children. No need to get a ticket for adults attending. If you can’t make it – please let me know ASAP so somebody can replace you from the waitlist*

Through puppetry and song, this performance for children in Kindergarten to Year 3 teaches students the difference between scary things that are fun (like rollercoasters) and those scary secrets that we need to tell a trusted adult about. This performance is an ideal way to present the key concepts of protective behaviours to young students in an engaging and non-threatening way.

 

Running Time: 45 minutes including a fun Q&A at the end.

 

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July 29, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 30, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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July 31, 2021

Little Bird’s Day – illustrations from the picture book

 

Original artwork by Johnny Warkatja Malibirr from the award winning picture book Little Bird’s Day – written by Sally Morgan.

Published by Magabala books. Exhibition curated especially for children and families.

FREE event. No bookings required. The Story Place Gallery on the Mezzanine Level of the State Library of WA.

IMAGE: Here comes moon, glowing and whispering, Johnny Warkatja Malibirr State Library WA collection PWC.

 

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Perth City Farmers Market

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit our vibrant market. Our market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst our green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery.​Our focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community.​There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by our dedicated volunteers. We sell farm fresh produce and organic products from our farm-door shop. A range of other stall holders join us week to week with their incredible produce … some of the items you’ll find are listed below;​Certified Organic, Biodynamic, ethical & spray-free fresh fruit & vegetables Organic & Biodynamic dairy products Organic & Biodynamic meats Organic, Biodynamic & Free-range eggs Organic & Biodynamic olive oil Local, unrefined honey Certified Organic dry goods and health foods Homemade soaps and lotions A range of eco-friendly beauty products, environmentally sensitive household products, and great gift ideas

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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market has been a popular meeting place for locals and visitors since 2007.  Situated in the leafy suburb of Mount Claremont, the Market brings together growers and consumers, provides a relaxed meeting place and teaches the origins of foods. The Market’s 55 stalls tempt patrons with sustainable produce and delicious, locally made products.  You can stock up on organic and heirloom vegetables and fresh herbs, just-picked fruits from the orchard, grass-fed beef, lamb and pork, free range chicken, freshly caught seafood, olive oils, unprocessed honey, farmstead cheeses, cultured butter, artisan breads and more!  The Market caters for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free.  Our granola, speciality loaves, natural nut butters, cakes and pastries are so good, you wouldn’t even know they’re gluten free! We also have stalls offering handmade arts, crafts and jewellery, homewares, natural and organic body products, eco-friendly food wraps and cleaning products, and plants and flowers.  We even have nutritious handmade meals and treats for your dog! Our decked area is popular with breakfast goers.  Hot food stalls include bacon and egg wraps, sweet & savoury crepes, gourmet toasties, vegetable gyoza and Japanese pancakes.  In addition to hot coffee, there’s also popular Nitro cold brew and a wide variety of raw cold-pressed juices.  Kids love our real fruit popsicles and creamy coconut ice-creams. So grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along!

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Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market

Serpentine Jarrahdale Farmers’ Market (SJFM) offers a convenient local outlet at the SJ Community Resource Centre for farmers, growers, primary producers and artisan makers from the SJ Shire, Peel Region & surrounds to sell directly to the Serpentine Jarrahdale local community on a weekly basis.

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Community Tree Planting – Dempster Highbridge Reserve, Karrinyup

 

Gather your friends, family and neighbours and join us in planting street trees in your neighbourhood.

The event is an opportunity to:

  • Meet your neighbours and build a sense of community
  • Improve the appearance of your street and add value to your property
  • Help make your street and suburb a greener and more liveable place
  • Learn more about planting trees and how to care for them

Don’t miss out! Make sure you RSVP to sign-up to this Community Tree Planting Event. If you’re a resident who has a street tree planned for the verge alongside your property, don’t forget to select “after-care pack” – by participating, you are eligible for an after-care pack for the new trees.

The pack includes soil conditioner and fertiliser, soil wetter, a drink bottle, a bucket, a kids activity booklet, a bottle of hand sanitiser and more. Participation can be as much as assisting to plant the tree, or as little as coming out when the volunteers are planting and name the tree (we provide tree tags so residents are able to name their trees).

Don’t worry, you won’t have to dig any holes, the City will be doing the heavy lifting! The tree planting is done by you, the volunteers and residents, by working in teams alongside a volunteer Tree Captain. The Tree Captains guide you to the trees that need planting demonstrate the tree planting process.

The City recommends you bring your own gardening gloves, wear closed-in shoes, a hat and sunscreen. On arrival to the event, volunteers and residents will be asked to register and an induction will be carried out prior to tree planting activities. This is a family friendly event, however, please ensure children are supervised at all times during planting activities (although there will be traffic management in place, tree planting takes place on the road side).

Please note the event is subject to being cancelled or rescheduled where weather conditions are bad or where COVID-19 restrictions are in place and limiting. Please ensure you check for email updates closer to the event date.

 

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Community Planting Day – Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary

Planting days are a fun way to come together to help increase native plant numbers in the nature spaces which make the City of Bayswater so special.

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Wild West Exhibition on the Superscreen

 

Western Australian animals have been targeted as pests by locals and farmers. Some have been exploited for profit and hunted to near extinction. Native fauna have been celebrated as emblems and studied by scientists. They have been captured in photographs and in cages.
The stories in this exhibition are found in records created by government departments, including the CSIRO, Department of Defence and ABC. They show how Western Australians have interacted with the state’s unique wildlife and highlight changing attitudes towards animals and the environment.
Which animal was the target of a military campaign? What now beloved animal was dismissed as an annoying rodent? Why is there a whale tooth in the national archival collection?
Grab your binoculars, get out your field guide and spot your favourite animals in this expedition to the Wild West.
This digital exhibition is a sneak peak of the fascinating images and objects on display at the National Archive of Australia.

 

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Good Food & Wine Show Perth

Dandelion Vineyards will be at the Perth Good Food & Wine Show in the McLaren Vale Section for this three day event. Tickets will be available here soon.https://goodfoodshow.com.au/perth/

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Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest Cookie Decorating

Cookie Decorating at Stockland Baldivis Winter Fest

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If you’re looking for more School Holiday fun, check out our list of 101 School Holiday Ideas in Perth.

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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