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Welcome to the 🌸 SAKU BLOSSOM FESTIVAL🌸 by S&R Orchard 📌 14-30 September 2019 Address: 46 Halleendale Rd. Walliston Our Orchard is open in September for our annual Blossom Festival, and this year we are going Japanese. You can enjoy full bloom blossoms as you wander through Japanese art ⛩ , Street food, and activities. Take beautiful photos for Instagram or Facebook with our exquisite Japanese art – it’ll almost feel like you’re in Japan! S&R Orchard in Perth WA…Find out more »
We're excited to bring you the Kings Park Festival which will run from 1 - 30 September 2019! Join us for the world’s biggest celebration of Western Australian wildflowers in spectacular Kings Park and Botanic Garden. The Festival program will feature an extravaganza of events and activities for lovers of wildflowers, gardens, conservation, art, local culture and the beautiful natural landscapes of Western Australia. Most events are free but many require registrations so get in quick to avoid disappointment! The…Find out more »
The City of Fremantle Library turns 70 in September. To mark this milestone FAC and City of Fremantle Civic Collection will partner with the Library to recreate a reading room of artist books made from discarded library stock. Community members are invited to participate in free kids and adults workshops making artist books with Fremantle artists and FAC tutors. Works created will be included in an interactive exhibition during the FAC Print Award. The Fremantle Free Lending Library opened in 1949, the first of its kind in WA. The Fremantle Library is planning several…Find out more »
Location: Lake Claremont Time: 22 Sep 2019 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Celebrate everything that is great and good about Lake Claremont and learn how we can protect our precious environment. We’ve got activities, games, workshops and demonstrations for the whole family, including: Bring your broken objects to the Pop-Up Repair Lab Make your own amazing wooden creation with The Joy of Wood Re-love pre-loved items by taking something home from Buy Nothing Meet creatures great and small with Animal…Find out more »
When: Mondays, 1.00pm to 3.00pm Enjoy the benefits of physical exercise in a fun, social setting. Table tennis provides an opportunity to meet new people while improving overall fitness, strength, agility and improve hand to eye coordination.Find out more »
If you’re a craft enthusiast or just starting out, the community craft group at Kenwick Library is the place to get stuck into your latest craft project, socialise with other people and be inspired. The twice-monthly meetings are a great way to dedicate time to your crafting while you chat and enjoy a cuppa. Participants must supply their own materials and tools for personal projects. Sessions are every Monday from 1pm to 3pmFind out more »
The Nedlands Affinity Club is providing a hive of activities at the Mt Claremont Community Centre from February. A variety of activities for over-55s is on offer at the centre’s new Community Hive, including chair yoga with Caroline Monro at 2pm Mondays. For more details, call City of Nedlands Positive Ageing Officer Marita Gardener on 9386 6170 or email [email protected] The Community Hive at the Mt Claremont Community Centre is located at 105 Montgomery Avenue.Find out more »
When: Tuesday and Thursday, 8.30am to 9.30am Come along and join in a fun interactive walking group which utilises the use of poles to provide a low impact cardio exercise while enjoying the company of likeminded people. Pole walking is an enjoyable method of walking using specially designed poles that exercise both the upper and lower body. Poles are available for loan or you’re welcome to use your own.Find out more »