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Harbour Sundays 2019

After a wonderful third season, Harbour Sundays is back for 2019 for your perfect Sunday night local music fix at one of Perth’s most picturesque venues, the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle. Join us on the Museum’s balcony at Victoria Quay for four weeks throughout February for local music, DJs, drinks, and the best spot in Perth to watch the sun go down. The 2019 season kicks off on Sunday February 3 with psyche rock styling’s of Fuzz Toads, alongside the legendary sounds of Dom Mariani and The Majestic Kelp, plus DJ Jamie Mac of Homegrown. On Sunday February 10, we are blessed with the talents of singer songwriter Grace Armstrong and the majestic harmonies of Simone & Girlfunkle. Joining them will be one Rockin’ The Roots’ DJ, Rhian Todhunter.   Sunday February 17 sees us go just a little country with the drawling sounds of Tom Fisher and The Layabouts, with the big band magic of Fremantle troubadours, Salary. Joined by DJ Harvey Rae from Thursday’s Drivetime.   And to close out the 2019 series, on Sunday February 24 we get funky and rootsy with the sounds of Dilip n The Davs before the best voice in the west closes things out with the soul wonder that is Odette Mercy playing in trio form. Plus DJ Marnie Richardson from Drastic on Plastic will let you party till the sun sets.   Harbour Sundays is the perfect way to spend a summer by the Indian Ocean, with stunning ocean views at an iconic Fremantle landmark and some of the city’s finest local musicians. This is a free event series.

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Sunset Concert

Sunset Concert Army Museum of Western Australia Artillery Barracks Burt St Fremantle Sunday 24th February 5.30pm Tickets  trybooking.com 

Gaelic Gumbo with Lucky Oceans

Relax on the grass in front of Kidogo Arthouse. Bring a picnic or grab a bite nearby and a drink from the Kelp Bar. Settle in for a great evening's entertainment as Lucky Oceans and the Zydecats blend their foot tapping Louisiana beats with the spirited Irish music from Fiona Rea and Tommy O'Brien. Get tickets soon as this event was a 'sell-out' at the 2018 Fenians Festival. 

Kids Yoga course

Kids yoga (5-8yrs) in FremantleMondays for 4 weeks from February 4th to February 25th4.30pm - 5.00pmCost:4 weeks: $503 weeks: $40casual rate: $15Contact Jo to register: jo@yogagrooves.comLearn some fun yoga moves, partner / acro work. Learn techniques to improve mental focus, relaxation, empowerment, body awareness, spinal alignment, & self-confidence. Improve balance, strength and feel calm. Improve connection with the self and others. Increase energy and feel good!

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AcroYoga Fremantle Mondays

4 weeks of AcroYoga in FreoMondays from February 4th to February 25th 20196.00pm - 7.30pmCost:4 weeks: $85 3 weeks : $652 weeks: $45 Casual rate: $25To book, contact Jo: jo@yogagrooves.combookings essential**please note, no refund or credit on missed classes.We will be working on the foundational and technical aspect of acroyoga involving transitions. Students progress at their own level and partners can be changed around to enhance skills and also get to know everyone in the group. The course is available for beginners and/or experienced. No prior knowledge is necessary.AcroYoga combines acrobatic concepts with a yogic consciousness. It involves yoga, partner yoga, partner acrobatics, thai yoga massage and therapeutic postures. It is a social and consciousness awakening activity, and can push one’s physical and mental boundaries, embraces communication, to work together, to stay connected, to trust in oneself and one’s surroundings. AcroYoga is a playful fun practice!Acro Yoga Perth brings people together, feeling the connection of energies. Develop the physical body and at the same time strengthen the emotional and spiritual bodies.Stretch, balance, trust, laugh, love. Awaken and balance your energies and share together.Feel your heart open and fill with goodness as you laugh, stretch, twist, balance,fly, nurture, embrace.Come with or without a partner. Connect, share, your energies and meet people., A complete bundle of fun, energetic, yet soothing, nurturingand loving. Learn some cool fun balances and fly and breathe together!! Feel alive as we all share togetherthe joy of AcroYoga. Laugh, love and be free !

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CrafTea for a Cause

Something super lovely and crafty is brewing in Fremantle, and anyone and everyone is invited. Cirqlate, Sun & Flower Studios and The Local have teamed up to provide you with exciting plans for Monday nights. We like to think of it as 'craft club for people who don't do craft club', which means there are no prerequisites or expectations or snobby crafters telling you you're not crafting right. All forms of arts and craft are encouraged, and we will have ample wool and collage materials available for anyone who needs project inspiration. Everyone is welcome, so come along! WHERE: The Local, South Freo WHEN: 6.30pm-8.30pm Monday evenings COST: Donation to headspace Fremantle

Tom Collins Poetry Prize at Voicebox

Announcing the Tom Collins Poetry Prize, WA's premier poetry competition. All shortlisted poets will read their work and then Judge Dennis Haskell will read his report. Hear some of the best poets in WA and across the country while enjoying food and drink from the Cafe.

Begin Yoga 8 week course

One class a week for eight consecutive weeks.Courses held on Tuesdays at 9.30am and Tuesdays at 6.00pmInvestment $149Have you been thinking about starting yoga for awhile but unsure where to go? What to do? What to wear?? Maybe you’ve only been to a class or two and still not comfortable in a general class? Or you haven’t practiced in such a long time that you forget the moves?With us you can relax, knowing that you will be welcomed and supported over our eight weeks together.𝙒𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙮𝙤𝙪'𝙡𝙡 𝙡𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣In our Begin Yoga course, we will guide you through five weeks of foundational yoga postures. We start at the very beginning with sun salutations and continue on to learn standing, balance and seated postures.Over the last three weeks of the course, we bring together our learnings and experience three different types of classes – Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin. These classes are at a beginners pace so you can still ask questions, get used to the movements and learn modifications that suit your practice.And after eight weeks of learning? You will be able to move with confidence into any of our regular classes! Knowing that we will continue to nurture and support your practice as we move forward together.𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙗𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙛𝙞𝙩𝙨 𝙤𝙛 𝙮𝙤𝙜𝙖There are so many benefits to practicing yoga – physical, mental and emotional. Some that you may experience after starting your practice may be:✧ Deeper and more conscious breathing✧ Improved digestion through massage of internal organs✧ Healthy, sustainable levels of energy✧ Empowering the body to optimise it’s natural healing ability✧ Improved self awareness and connection to your true self✧ Learning to trusting your instincts✧ Enhanced relationships through increased tolerance, awareness and connection✧ Clarity of thought and mental wellbeing✧ Emotional balance, better management of stress✧ Improved sleep and deeper relaxation✧ Increased ease of physical movement, mobility, strength and flexibility𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙨𝙥𝙚𝙘𝙞𝙛𝙞𝙘𝙨!Throughout our eight week journey together, these benefits will be revealed by learning:✧ Mindful breathing✧ Relaxation✧ Asana (physical postures) – sun salutations and foundational standing, balance, seated and inverted postures✧ Sensory withdrawal and self observationSee our live schedule below for the next start dates.We can’t wait to share your yoga journey!

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. 

Electronics Coding After School Term 1

Weekly during all of Term 1 after school classes in electronics and coding. Tuesdays or Wednesdays weekly at 4 pm. Classes are kept small, maximum of 6 (please contact to accommodate a big group). For ages 7+ and 12+ depending on experience - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics, or STEAM learning, to gain a basic understanding of ‘Physical Computing'; in other words, building interactive physical systems by the use of software and hardware that can sense and respond to the real world. Identify computer components, learn programming concepts using API (Application Programming Interface) with Raspberry Pi electronic hardware input/output. Pre-requests: None. Introductory "Make Video Game Controller, Animate, Code & Play" helpful but not essential {Optionally, bring your own USB memory stick for back-ups, but not essential.} Objective: To Have Fun! Develop an appreciation for creativity, reasoning, problem solving and collaboration while having fun making video games. Understanding basic concepts of electronic circuits interfaced to a computer. Learn by doing hands-on physical computing activities to understand our human relationship to the digital world. Limited space, booking is essential. Cost $247 When: Weekly 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm (5 to 5:30 pickup) on Tuesdays or Wednesdays during School TermWhere: Thinklab Fremantle (3 blocks from the train station, upstairs next to National Hotel on the Cappuccino Strip)

Electronics Coding Class afterschool Term 1

Weekly during all of Term 1 after school classes in electronics and coding. Tuesdays or Wednesdays  weekly at 4 pm. Classes are kept small, maximum of 6 (please contact to accommodate a big group). For ages 7+ and 12+ depending on experience - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics, or STEAM learning, to gain a basic understanding of ‘Physical Computing'; in other words, building interactive physical systems by the use of software and hardware that can sense and respond to the real world. Identify computer components, learn programming concepts using API (Application Programming Interface) with Raspberry Pi electronic hardware input/output. Pre-requests: None. Introductory "Make Video Game Controller, Animate, Code & Play" helpful but not essential {Optionally, bring your own USB memory stick for back-ups, but not essential.} Objective: To Have Fun! Develop an appreciation for creativity, reasoning, problem solving and collaboration while having fun making video games. Understanding basic concepts of electronic circuits interfaced to a computer. Learn by doing hands-on physical computing activities to understand our human relationship to the digital world. Limited space, booking is essential. Cost $247 When: Weekly 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm (5 to 5:30 pickup), on Tuesdays or Wednesdays during School TermWhere: Thinklab Fremantle (3 blocks from the train station, upstairs next to National Hotel on the Cappuccino Strip)