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Night Stalk

Bring your torch and look for nocturnal creatures with us. Be inspired by the sounds, smells and sights of nature after dark! You will get an art pack to take home, to journal about your discoveries. ABOUT THIS CLASS  Date: Monday July 9th Time: 6.30pm   Class Length: 90 minutes For: Students in Year 1 to Year 7 Cost: $30 (1 adult & 1 child) Please bring a torch. If it is raining we will go ahead – just bring a brolly and a raincoat. If it is stormy, and unsafe, we will reschedule.

Eco Studio: Ocean Friends

Learn about the creatures who live at your local beach. Create art inspired by your learning – paint, sculpt, draw and make awesome animal art. ABOUT THIS CLASS Date: Tuesday July 10th   Time: 9.30am   Class Length: 3 hours For: Students in Year 1 to Year 6 Cost: $60

WA Museum celebrates NAIDOC Week 2018

Join us for a family fun day these school holidays as we celebrate NAIDOC Week, the diverse Aboriginal cultures of Western Australia and the incredible women in our communities who lead the way for future generations.  This year our program will feature amazing Aboriginal people from our communities who will share some of their culture with us: Storytelling and sharing knowledge with Nyoongar Elder Marie Taylor Weaving workshop with prominent artist Sharyn Egan Workshop dance performance by Brianne Yarran Community art mural with Kamsani Bin Salleh Craft activities to learn about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags, Touch table…

Art Play: Paint With Nature

In this unstructured class you are free to explore your own art ideas and try painting with feathers, leaves, flowers and other natural objects at your own pace. ABOUT THIS CLASS Date: Tuesday July 10th Time: 2pm   Class Length: 1 hour For: Students in Year 1 to Year 6 Cost: $20

Bib Tucker Winter Series Nose to Tail

Join us on Tuesday, July 10 for an eight-course tasting menu with head chef Scott Bridger as he talks about his knowledge of cooking delicious and affordable secondary cuts. Prepared in a traditional manner by hand; unprocessed and with passion, guests will embark on a culinary journey of Western Australia’s finest local produce focusing on the whole animal from nose to tail, paired with matching wines. “The great thing about secondary cut meat is that if it’s prepared correctly and cooked long enough, it’s actually extremely tasty and much more affordable. Our goal for this event is to have guests…

Art Heroes: Catrabbit

Be inspired by the soft sculptures of this contemporary Australian artist. Explore friendship and cute animals to create adorable masterpieces.  ABOUT THIS CLASS  Date: Wednesday July 11th   Time: 9.30am   Class Length: 3 hours For: Students in Year 1 to Year 6 Cost: $60

NAIDOC Week Celebration Buds n Blooms

Come celebrate NAIDOC Week at Hilton Harvest with Buds n Blooms. We will have a very special performance from Madjitil Moorna Choir, as well as damper making (and eating), story corner and dot painting.  All welcome - bring your families, neighbours and grandparents!! Special thanks to Simone McGurk and Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet for supporting this event!  

Art Play: Family Draw With Nature

Create amazing art with your child. In this unstructured class you are free to explore your own art ideas and try drawing with natural objects at your own pace. Use charcoal, sticks dipped in ink and more! ABOUT THIS CLASS  Date: Wednesday July 11th Time: 2pm Class Length: 1 hour For: Students in Year 1 to Year 6 AND an Adult Cost: $35 (1 adult & 1 child) $20 per additional child Max. 3 children per adult.

Clancy's Crochet Rumble

Get out the hooks and needles as we sit down for a few bevies and some crafty stitch and crochet work! Join hostess and Crochet Goddess Jota as she provides tools and encouragement for a fun evening of craft and laughs. All levels welcome as well as home projects or help Jota crochet some beanies which we will donate to the less fortunate clients of St Pat's homeless centre. 2nd Wednesday of each month, $5 stitch fee and some sharp deals on house wine. Stitching from 7pm!

Riverside Sessions | Kings and Queens & Kate Hindle

Our first Riverside Sessions was a hit! Join us for the next one, hosted by Suburban Vibes and featuring Kings and Queens and Kate Hindle!On the second Wednesday of each month, we'll feature two amazing local singer-songwriters with original sets for a cozy chilled out night in our upstairs River Bar. Get ready to fall in love with new, old, or maybe even your favourite artists, with a glass of red in hand. Doors open at 6pm / Music from 7pmTickets $10 at the door

StoryLab Young Writers Development Program

If you’re a keen writer aged 9-14 StoryLab will stretch and challenge your imagination as well as helping you understand writing as a craft; giving you tips on perfecting your style, editing your work and improving the flow of your story. Our program offers support, motivation and guidance from award winning author, Deb Fitzpatrick, as well as your fellow writers within the group.


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Art Heroes: Eric Carle

Explore the collages and picture books of one of our favourite illustrators. Be inspired by colour, texture, and animals to create your own masterpieces. ABOUT THIS CLASS Date: Thursday July 112h Time: 9.30am   Class Length: 3 hours For: Students in Year 1 to Year 6 Cost: $60

Art Play: Print With Foam

In this unstructured class you are free to explore your own art ideas and pressing and inking your own stencil and printing plate creations!  ABOUT THIS CLASS  Date: Thursday July 12th Time: 2pm   Class Length: 1 hour For: Students in Year 1 to Year 6 Cost: $20

Peace by Peace

A Funky Fundraiser for a cause! Educate a Mate is funkifying your Thursday night this coming July! Come down to Mojos on the 12th of July to enjoy the talented and experienced bands and musicians that will be performing live on stage for you to enjoy. Bring along your friends and family for a couple of drinks and a groove to some good ol’ tunes. 100% of your ticket funds will be put toward providing a quality education for children in Nepal. Be sure to purchase a ticket for your Thursday night to be entertained to the max, all whilst…

HersDay May 10th at the Sail and Anchor

HersDay is the Fremantle Comedy Factory's bi-monthly rotating line up of Perth's funniest females. Show starts 8pm. This month's host is the killer comedy queen, Nadia Collins. Nadia has toured the country as an improviser, clown, and stand up comedian and sold out shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The West Australian has called her "Fierce… A fabulous comedienne who follows through and hits every mark" ★★★★★


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Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series 2018 | Thursday 12 July

Get ready to join us every Thursday in July in Fremantle’s West End to celebrate the strength of the WA music scene. Tickets gain you entry to all venues: Navy Club, Buffalo Club, PS Art Space, National Hotel and our new secret venue. National Hotel (Upstairs) Doors already open. Music from 7.45 pm 7.45pm- 8.30pm Jack Davies and the Bush Chooks 9pm – 9.45pm Leopard Lake 10.15pm -11pm Turtle Bay Television Buffalo Club, Fremantle Doors open 7.00 pm 8.15pm -9pm Terrible Signal 9.30pm – 10.15pm Ricky Dean and the Dream Machine 10.45pm – 11.30pm Nerve Quakes Fremantle Navy Club Doors open 7.00 pm Because The Night Belongs To Lovers* From 8pm see: Jill Birt and Alsy McDonald Rachel Dease and Joe Kapiteyn Jeff and Kiri Strong Jemma and Myles Durham Daniel Durack and Sarah Sands Lee Sappho and Wayne Green Secret Venue Doors open 7 pm 8 – 8.45pm Dylan McCoy and the Calendar Boys 9.05pm – 9.50pm Priscilla__ 10.10pm – 10.55pm Roses For Ghosts PS Art Space Doors open 8.30 pm 8.30: PSAS DJs 9pm – 9.45pm New Nausea 9.45: PSAS DJs 10.15pm – 11.15pm Reef Prince 11.15: PSAS DJs The Tram Departing every hour from in front of the Buffalo Club: 8.00, 9.00, 10.00: Cal Kramer (The Southern River Band) Check out the full program here >> Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series is a City of Fremantle festival

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