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Nyoongar Nature Painting

Capture the vibrancy of nature in the palm of your hand in a stunning painting class at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre. The Nyoongar Nature Painting class is facilitated by Nyoonger Bibbulman Artist Esther (Kickett) McDowell and runs for 4 weeks through March. Materials supplied. Please bring any found objects that inspire you. The 4 week course is from 12-2pm on the following dates: Thursday 7 MarchThursday 14 MarchThursday 21 MarchThursday 28 March

Make Your Own Woven Vessel with Sian Boucherd

Explore the ancient craft of basket weaving and take home your own functional work of art. Weaving is a wonderfully meditative practice that allows you to unplug, slow down and craft something with your own hands. In this workshop you will learn techniques to build and shape your own unique vessel to take home. We will be using ethically sourced raffia and other natural fibres such as cotton, wool and feathers allowing you to personalise your vessel. This workshop is perfect for those just starting out as well as those with some experience who want to expand on their skills in a constructive and creative community environment. All tools, materials and morning tea will be provided. Date and time: Sunday 10th of February, 10am - 1pmSaturday 9th of March, 10am - 1pm Sunday 14th of April, 10am - 1pm About Siân: Siân Boucherd is a fibre artist specialising in basket weaving. Following the completion of her Art and Design Degree 2007, Sian has worked across many aspects of the arts, including a stint curating Land Art projects in ancient woodlands of Kent, UK.  Sian continues to explore the natural environment through her studio practice and the delivery of weaving workshops. Images by Lyndley Mill * Tickets are non-refundable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

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Medicine for the Mind

According to Buddha all disease and suffering, mental and physical, are caused by our negative minds. Normally our negative minds can feel deeply ingrained, but through connecting to Medicine Buddha we can experience the pure nature of our mind, heal ourselves of these inner diseases, and be able to help others do the same. This empowerment is a beautiful guided meditation, during which we will receive the blessings of Medicine Buddha, the embodiment of all enlightened healing energy. We will also learn to engage in the profound tantric practice known as self-generation, through which we awaken our own potential to become an enlightened healing Buddha.

Dont Judge A Book By Its Cover Living Library

Borrow a human library book each week in March at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre and hear some of the most fascinating, heart wrenching, challenging, personal stories with a focus on Aboriginal issues and culture. Take the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and prepare to come away forever changed. Topics range from Aboriginal justice, health, military involvement, family, language, the arts, history and so much more... 

3 Hour Tall Ship Sail

Tall-ship sails on the STS Leeuwin II are an adventure for the whole family! Not only will you and your family be able to experience sailing on an 1850’s style barquentine ship, you will be able to look back and admire the beautiful Fremantle coastline from a unique and spectacular viewpoint. We invite those of all ages to join in the activities, no sailing experience is required however we are an active sailing ship, so a low level of fitness is good to have. Help our crew haul the lines, take the helm and why not try some climbing aloft? If you just want to enjoy the Fremantle coastline from the unique vantage point of the ocean at twilight, that’s okay too! 3-hour day sail includes: Sail from Fremantle to Fremantle Depart from B Shed, Victoria Quay, Fremantle Program Facilitator on-board to talk you through the Leeuwin Ocean Adventure programs, coordinate youth activities and offer you a tour of the ship. Light refreshments, tea and coffee provided Costs $40 – 99.

Sunday Music | Archer

Mysterious Australian troubadour Archer (VIC) harks back to a bygone era. His bush ballads and curious road tales are delivered with rakish charm and dirt under the fingernails. Archer will be joined by a one-off WA folk supergroup. Sunday Music is FAC’s free weekly live music program. Enjoy the best local and touring bands every weekend in the beautiful setting of FAC’s Front Garden. Bring a rug and picnic to this family friendly event, or enjoy wood fired pizzas and drinks from our bar. Some chairs provided.

Future Connect 1906

The Leeuwin Youth Explorer voyages are the greatest tall ship adventure for youth. The week-long voyages depart and arrive predominantly from Fremantle Port however the ship travels to Shark Bay in the North and Albany in the South. Our voyages enable you to surround yourself with active new friends, develop skills for the workplace and to test your personal limits. A day on board We run a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of a whole heap of hands-on activities, from: - Navigating the ship and taking the helm - Setting and furling the sails - Climbing the masts and working aloft - Standing watch while sailing through the night Weather conditions, watch roster and ship positioning affects the schedule so there is never a dull moment. During the last full day of the voyage it’s over to you. Together, you’ll nominate a ship’s crew from within your teams – who has shown leadership, team management and capability? It could be you. Test your knowledge and skills and work together to chart the ship’s course to a new anchorage. Who is it for? Youth Explorer Voyages are designed for young people aged from 14 to 25. Older participants with a sense of adventure can also apply, but for you we recommend the Open Adventurer voyage. Previous sailing experience is not required, but an enthusiasm to try something new and a willingness to have an adventure you’ll remember forever are essential! Where do we go? The Captain will head out of the harbour and pick the best direction for sailing due to wind and weather conditions. Your parents can track the ships position at www.marinetraffic.com and follow along at home.

Learn to Crochet Autumn Edition

WHY SUN & FLOWER STUDIOS? I provide crochet classes for people who want to make and create in a safe and encouraging environment, where technique and enjoyment is proritised over perfectionism. I love helping my students grow in confidence and ability, and access whole new levels of calm and purpose that learning a craft can bring. The classes are guided by core values of creativity, compassion, and sustainability. Craft should be enjoyable as well as healthily challenging, and make the most of the resources we have around us. DATES Six week course begins the 12th March 2019 (ending 16 April). Tuesdays 6.30- 8.30 pm at Stackwood in White Gum Valley. COST $50 for 2 hour class, $250 to sign up for six week course in which you will take home a cute Granny square item of your own desire. We also offer a ‘crafty chums’ discount where by persuading a friend to join you in the classes, you both get a 10% discount on the already discounted six week course. THE WORKSHOP Thursday evenings are for learning to crochet a granny square (or several). This gentle, intro-to-the-world-of-crochet course will cover all the basics of using yarn, hooks, and enthusiasm to create your own cushion. Each class will cover a different granny square, and can be taken either as a stand-alone class, or as part of a six week class in which you will learn to join and . So be there or be (granny) square! Tea and delicious snacks provided. Classes are capped at six participants to provide individualised support and guidance. MATERIALS INCLUDED Everything you need is included in the course with a handy kit! Each kit includes a crochet hook, beautiful 100% cotton yarn, and take home patterns.

Dance Hall Days for Over 55s

Dance Hall Days is the perfect setting for over 55s to make new friends and branch out socially. The monthly dances will be held at the Fremantle Italian Club on the 3rd Friday of each month from 2 to 5pm starting with a 1 hour dance lesson, commencing in August through to June 2019. A variety of bands and a range of dances within each event encourage participation. Light refreshments and free for participants. More toe tapping in Freo!

2019 Hotel Rottnest Port to Pub

Being held on Saturday 16 March 2019, the Hotel Rottnest Port to Pub is now in its fourth year, this large-scale 19.7km open water swim event from Leighton Beach to Rottnest is expected to attract around 1500 novice and competitive swimmers as they swim as solos, duos, teams of four and six, in addition to the 25km ultra-marathon solo, and the K&L Gates Corporate Cup.  Presentations and a post event party are held at the Hotel Rottnest. The Port to Pub combines a relaxed and friendly event, with a serious swimming competition making it one of the best events on the WA calendar!