Fremantle Arts Centre Autumn Art Courses
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28 May 2017
The Collector Zone! Toy & Hobby Fair is on Sunday 28 May, from 9.30am - 2pm at Craigie Leisure Centre. Loads of cool collectables will be for sale including comics, graphic novels and retro video games, you can see life size Star Wars droids zipping around and there will be plenty of photo opportunities.
The Koi Society of WA proudly presents the 27th Annual Koi Show on Sunday 28 May at Willow Pond Reception Centre, Canning Vale. See hundreds of WA's biggest and best koi on display! Free entry. Koi, bonsai and dry goods for sale. Take home a future champion.
On Sunday 28 May Perth hiker and travel writer, Michelle Ryan will walk into Kalamunda after 53 days of hiking WA's iconic Bibbulmun Track and you are invited to celebrate her final day, the track and its volunteers at a fundraising event at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre.
Internationally renowned tenor, Paul O'Neill returns to Perth this this musch anticipated Ballroom debut recital where he will present a popular program with pianist Mark Coughlan.
30 May 2017
Discover a creative outlet at Fremantle Arts Centre (FAC) this autumn with one of their extensive art courses available from 1 May - 30 June. Perfect for those looking to try something new or wanting to expand their skills, courses are suitable for complete beginners through to experienced practitioners and cover cover painting, printmaking, photography, jewellery and more.
31 May 2017
Fem Book Club at The Centre for Stories is an introduction to a diverse range of novels by women about women. The next Fem Book Club event will be held on Wednesday 31 May featuring Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye.
With a host of awards for Best New Comedy to its credit, The Play That Goes Wrong actually appears to be doing something right for West End audiences, and now audiences here will get their chance to witness theatrical disaster on stages across Australia when this hilarious masterpiece stumbles into town.
01 Jun 2017
With those cool, crisp mornings setting in, there’s no doubt winter is just around the corner. What if we embraced the elements and found the beauty in rain, wind and frost? Incorporating 20 commissioned art works and more than 150 programmed arts events, the City of Perth’s Winter Arts Season is your gateway to doing just that.
02 Jun 2017
Enter a fantastical winter wonderland beyond imagination when Disney On Ice presents Frozen. The heart-warming Academy Award® winning tale you love is now LIVE and skating into Perth Arena in June 2017. Be magically whisked away to wintry Arendelle by dazzling special effects and astonishing skating as you sing and dance along to inspiring songs including "Let It Go".
Experience the magic of Stravinsky's Firebird with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra at the Perth Concert Hall on Friday 2 & Saturday 3 June. Sibelius' multi-faceted, expressive tone poem and Stravinsky's richly folkloric ballet suite provide lavishly carved bookends to Bartók's Third Piano Concerto and Debussy's dreamlike and seductive prelude to the afternoon of a faun.
A gripping 45 minute story shows what living in a post-apocalyptic world could mean, when you're harnessing a secret. Performing at Phoenix Theatre in Hamilton Hill from 2 - 10 June. Featuring an original story, the potential for nightly change is apparent, as the actors are exposed to the dynamic situations of the performance.
03 Jun 2017
A three-day walk along the Bibbulmun Track from 3 - 5 June, through fabulous wandoo forest with outstanding views from the top of Mt Cooke. Includes comprehensive planning night, trip preparation manual, map, experienced guides and equipment hire.
Join Perth's most exciting event showcasing the best products and services available in WA for Health and Wellness and Sustainable Eco Living at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from 3 - 5 June.
Carnival Fever hits the Cannington Exhibition Centre and Showgrounds on 3, 4 & 5 June, 2017 with some of the biggest rides on the west coast that you can ride free all day! Rides include the Super Nova, Star Flyer, Super Sizzler and Bumper Cars and you can also enjoy free live entertainment, stage shows and roving performers.
04 Jun 2017
The Toodyay Fibre Festival will be held over four venues on Sunday 4 June, 10am - 3.30pm. There will be a fashion parade, art and craft stalls, Mad Hatters Tea Party and lots of fun activities for children and adults.
It might be cooling down but don't be fooled, abeth Quay will be heating up from 10am on 4 & 5 June with the WA Day Festival returning to the riverside setting again in 2017. Foodies, families and fun-seekers alike will be kept busy by a five-star, carefully curated program of food and wine, entertainment and activities to showcase and celebrate all things Western Australia.
ANZAC Cottage's next Open Day on Sunday 4 June, 1pm - 4pm, features talks about the Lad and the Flagpole at 1.30pm and 2.45pm. Whilst the story of ANZAC Cottage is well known, lesser known but equally evocative is the story about the plaque on the Cottage flagpole and the young lad whose sacrifice gave rise to its being.
05 Jun 2017
Make your way to the Esplanade Fremantle on Monday 5 June and enjoy a fun-filled day out for the whole family in celebration of WA Day. Celebrate all things WA and what makes our state so great with an exciting program of entertainment, music, workshops, activities, and food, glorious food.
The WA Day Festival comes to Mandurah on Monday 5 June with heaps of fun activities for the whole family. Come down to The Makers in Mandurah for a Winter Street Party, kids activities, gourmet food vans, suitcase mini markets, dance performances and more.
On WA Day, Monday 5 June, Basketball WA will host a 'Festival of Basketball' including the SBL Swish All-Star games with all funds raised throughout this day going towards Lifeline WA. Face painting, games, free basketball clinics with the Perth Lynx, free come-try Aussie Hoops clinics, inflatable activities, competitions, prizes and more.