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Ruby Chocolate | Exclusive VIP experience

Book your tickets to the interactive sensory dessert experience with the highly anticipated Ruby Chocolate! Be dazzled and delighted by a two-part, dine-in experience that will heighten the five senses. This dessert experience is a ticketed event and seats are strictly limited. Find out more and book tickets here: bit.ly/RubyTickets

The Famous Clancy's Quiz

Get down for our famous Tuesday quiz with the hillariousy talented host Lewis the Entertainer. Lewis has been our resident quiz host for over 12 years and has a religious following of loyal trivia buffs. Get down early for a meal and get yourself a table of brainy friends together to win big at the greatest quiz night known to man or fish.

Tradie Specials

$14 Coffee and Food Deals at JAC and the BEAN! Medium Coffee with the choice of our famous BACON EGGS BENNY WRAP,  CHICKEN and AVOCADO BAGEL or BACON and EGG BRIOCHE ROLL! Come see us and just ask for the tradies special.  Call orders ahead if you are strapped for time. 9430 7568 Jac x   

Transportation Exhibition

In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the Hougoumont, the last convict ship to arrive in Australia, Fremantle Prison’s new exhibition Transportation examines the forced migration of convicts from Britain to Australia in the 18th and 19th centuries. Transportation presents the stories of men, women and children forcibly sent to convict sites around Australia, exploring the social tragedy of the convict system as a whole as well as individual stories of personal achievement. Exhibiting convict material from the Mitchell Library (State Library of New South Wales), Western Australian Museum and the Prison’s own collection, Transportation demonstrates the impact forced migration had on individual transportees and their families, and on the shaping of modern Australian society. The exhibition displays key historic artefacts such as the 1881 Ticket of Leave of Hougoumont convict William Bartlett, on display to the public for the first time. Transportation is on show at the Fremantle Prison Gallery until March 2019.

Morning Yoga Immersion

Looking to reinvigorate your daily practice? Re-commit to yoga or simply start a healthy new routine? Our 14 day Morning Yoga Immersion gives you the support, community and inspiration to commit to your personal practice. ☀️ Classes are Monday to Friday, 6.00am to 7.00am ☀️ Your teacher will guide you through a dynamic yoga practice, energising and heating the body ☀️ Classes on Saturday and Sunday mornings are included, or can be well earned rest days

Childrens Nature Play

Wild Movement Perth willl be at Moore & Moore Cafe in Fremantle from 9.30am - 11.30am every Tuesday.  Come down and grab a coffee while the kids get some natural movement and nature connection in. Steve Aldridge will also be free to chat with parents about ideas and strategies to bring more natural movement and nature connection into your family's life. Here at Moore & Moore our Café is 60% farm-to-table and we pride ourselves in supporting local farmers to bring you a range of fresh and organic options. We are firm believers that a healthy diet as well as the opportunity for unstructured natural play can be hugely beneficial in the development of children. Benefits of nature play:  Children who play regularly in natural settings are sick less often. Mud, sand, water, leaves, sticks, pine cones and gum nuts can help to stimulate children's immune system as well as their imagination. Children who spend more time outside tend to be more physically active and less likely to be overweight Children who play in natural settings are more resistant to stress; have lower incidence of behavioural disorders, anxiety and depression; and have a higher measure of self-worth Children who play in natural settings play in more diverse, imaginative and creative ways and show improved language and collaboration skills. Single use, repetitive play equipment becomes boring quickly. Natural, irregular and challenging spaces help kids learn to recognise, assess and negotiate risk and build confidence and competence. Children who play in nature have more positive feelings about each other. Bullying behaviour is greatly reduced where children have access to diverse nature-based play environments. Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder are reduced after contact with nature. 

Dark Swan | Contemporary Tales of the Gothic Antipodes

An exhibition exploring the brutal early days of the Swan Colony via an aesthetic of Australian Gothic Romanticism by contemporary visual artists - examining the real and imagined history, landscape, architecture and characters of Western Australia through art, film, costume and performance. Interest in the Romantic Gothic is piqued in 2018 due to the 200th Anniversary of the seminal gothic novel “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley, written in 1818.  Shelley grew up in England as a sibling of Henry Willey Revelly, the architect of the Round House in Fremantle and early Swan Colonist.  The pair grew up in an environment of the most significant philosophers, poets and intellectual liberalism of the Romantic Period, indicating the extraordinary influences and ideas that may have been present in the minds of the earliest colonists of WA.    Cutting edge and award-winning artists interpret WA’s brutal history of convict era penal colony and pioneering era of survival against all odds, unearthing Gothic/Romantic tales, bizarre characters and ghost stories from the Swan Colonies early years of establishment… The four-week long program, in the moody interior of heritage-listed PS Art Space in Fremantle, provides a strong conceptual and atmospheric experience where performance, music, costume, visual arts and films are paced throughout the duration of the exhibition.  Local characters, "ghosts" such as Moondyne Joe are brought to life, as are imaginings of local convict-era architecture; the Fremantle Prison, Roundhouse and patients at the Lunatic Asylum (Fremantle Arts Centre).   Curator and former Fremantle fashion designer, Kelsey Ashe Giambazi, after recently completing her PhD thesis in Art and the History of Dress at Curtin University, has bought together 10 visionary artists that share an interest in the Swan Colonies early years of establishment. In a new shift toward the world of art, WA fashion design icon Ray Costarella will exhibit one of his Victoriana inspired gowns and demi-Couture designer Kristie Rowe will also be exhibiting her unique approach to sculptural and painted art forms in Dark Swan.   Award winning photographers Eva Fernandez, Anna Nazzari and Rebecca Dagnall’s new work will be on display, as will new paintings from Fran Rhodes, Sheree Dornan, Ben Crappsley and sell-out Fringe Festival performers Genrefonix will play for free on opening night.  Favourite Fremantle artist Ross Potter will also be unveiling his newest large-scale graphite drawing. The Exhibition runs opens 6.30pm Friday 7 September, to Saturday 5 October. Free event. (Tuesday - Friday 10 am to 4pm, Saturday 10 am to 2pm. Closed Sunday and Monday) RSVPS to Opening Night essential at psas.com.au.    

Reimagining our relationship with dementia

Have you or your partner been diagnosed with dementia? This is a huge adjustment that can feel very challenging. Take some time out to relax, have a laugh, reconnect and rediscover each other. Feel the essence of your relationship. Get to know fellow group members over a cuppa. Give life a dance. Suitable for couples, or family members or friends and their loved ones in the early or mid stages of dementia. Free thanks to City of Fremantle. Registration required by August 18 - call or SMS Emma on 0404 029 519. :: About your facilitator :: Emma Jack is a family carer, a qualified Wu Tao Dance instructor and a member of the 2016 Memory Bridge alumni. She has completed over 100 hours of training in dementia care and compassionate communication, including the Spark of Life practitioner course and Dance for PD workshops. Plus over 100 hours in professional behaviour change and group learning and facilitation training, with years of experience in these fields. Emma says: "My vision is to provide creative and nurturing spaces for people with Dementia and their Carers to connect and enjoy life." Building on two decades of personal development, yoga and meditation practice, Emma receives inspiration from Open Floor Dance and Tamalpa Art Life Institute teachers. She works closely with Wu Tao founder Michelle Locke, who developed a dementia specific Wu Tao offering in collaboration with DBMAS (the Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service).

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Remember Paris

Drawings by Julie Podstolski and sculpture by Robyn Varpins.  Julie and Robyn invite you to reconnect with your own Parisian memories as you travel through their exhibition. You will also have the chance to win a Julie Podstolski original dawing "Guiding Lights" (shown here) by purchasing raffle tickets for $10.  All proceeds to the Freo Street Doctor.  Tickets available at the Gallery or online here. Julie Podstolski is an established Australian artist who combines coloured pencils and oil pastels on watercolour paper.  Remember Paris features 30 new drawings celebrating la Ville Lumiere (the City of Light). The exhibition also features clay sculptures by invited artist Robyn Varpins.  Robyn's practice involves building clay into intimate expressions of the human form and ranges from realistic to abstract. Her coloured clay figures created for this exhibition make intriguing companions to Julie's Parisian drawings.

The Antarctica Experience | Virtual Reality Adventure

Few are fortunate enough to travel to Antarctica. Even fewer experience what it is like to live there.That's all about to change. A unique opportunity to explore a day in the life of Antarctic scientists as they research this mysterious continent and the effects of climate change. This is the first documentary of its kind, filmed in Antarctica in 2018 in spectacular 360-degrees with 4K, high-resolution images. You will see first-hand the work that goes into understanding climate change, managing eco-systems, researching sustainability and conserving wildlife. Along the way you will: Explore Antarctica from a helicopter cockpit, even landing on glaciers. Jump in a zodiac to discover the resident penguin colony and see the new chicks. Explore Davis Station and logistics that go into surviving the harsh Antarctic conditions. View the spectacular Southern Lights in high definition. With 360-degree camera control and stunning high quality vision, we welcome you to your immersive Antarctic Experience. This world premiere VR adventure will launch exclusively at the WA Maritime Museum this September. Ticketing Sessions start at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm. Each session runs for 30 minutes. To make sure we are running on time, please make sure you arrive five minutes before your booked time.The Antarctica Experience is recommended for children 13+. If a child under 13 wishes to attend a session they must have a guardian companion. Due to headset size, children under 5 are unable to use the VR. They are still welcome to attend a session and enjoy the film in 2D.

Fremantle Round House - 1pm cannon firing

Discover WA’s oldest public building . Find out what the ‘curfew bell’ was used for, how many cells the Round House had in the 1800s, and maybe even get locked up in our stock and pillory! At 1pm (sharp) each day, join us as we fire the cannon and lower the time ball on the Gun Deck next to the Round House. Visitors are welcome to be our ‘Honorary Gunner’ of the day and we accept advance bookings via the Round House website to avoid disappointment - so come and celebrate an anniversary, a birthday, or 'just because'! The Round House is open from 10.30am to 3.30pm daily.