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Bring the family along to a FREE Open Day to join in fun activities for toddlers and children aged 9 months to 12 years.
Come and enjoy work by local artist, Geraldine Gustavino in her latest exhibition, Colour Medley. Geraldine’s art is large, colourful and evocative works and will inspire your creative spirit.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to get up close and personal with nature's top predators.
Al Kazam the Magic Man brings his funinteractive magic shows and a magic workshopto DRPAC in the final week of the schoolholidays.
Amherst Village Library is hosting a games tournament and pizza party during these school holidays.
Explore the darker side of the Fremantle Prison story at night on an eerie torchlight tour. The tour gives an insight not possible in the light of day and is an experience not to be missed. Registrations open Thursday 5 January.
The City of Gosnells presents free entertainment, cooked breakfast and activities in Pioneer Park Amphitheatre for newly naturalised Australian citizens and local residents.
Not enough hours in the day? Always running out of time?Come along to the first of the Upskill your life series of workshops. Learn and maintain good time management skills. Find freedom from stress and deadline pressures.
This play has its origins in the unexplained cancer cluster at the now closed ABC Studios in Brisbane’s inner–city suburb of Toowong.
The Summer Reading Club encourages children and young people to discover great authors and illustrators of picture books, junior and young adult fiction and non-fiction.
We are seeking expressions of interest for those who may wish to attend this fun-filled event, located along the picturesque Bickley Reservoir. The two-night event is expected to be in April or May 2017.
Hone your grant writing prowess at this free and practical 2 hour workshop.
Join us for a free, friendly and informal information session to learn about volunteering in your community, the benefits of volunteering and volunteer rights and responsibilities.
Float along with all of your favourite undersea creatures as you watch the movie from the pool itself. Just keep your eyes open for sharks. *Children must be accompanied by an adult during the film.
Bring the kids and join in the fun with messy activities, big games and sport equipment. Be sure to bring a hat, drinks and snacks.
Animal Move and Sing is a free program for children aged 2 – 4 years with their parents or carers.
For those new to fundraising, this workshop will provide an insight into contemporary and alternate funding streams, including crowdfunding and donations.
Hear from three dynamic organisations operating in our local community.
Don’t miss this 75-minute tour-de-force of high-octane mime and physical comedy by internationally renowned, self-proclaimed idiotTrygve Wakenshaw.
Prepare to be utterly charmed and ready for a good laugh by this emerging comedic star.
Learn how collaboration across organisations and citizens can achieve significant and lasting social change.
Working in community services can be stressful. Take time out for yourself and learn self-care techniques and strategies to support your wellbeing as a professional.
Join the Zimbabwean Association of WA for a look into the culture, history and food of this southern African nation.
Join the Dutch Club of Western Australia for an inspired night of Dutch cooking and hospitality.
The secrets of Chinese cooking revealed. Join our host for a two-hour immersion in the rich culinary culture of China and learn about its traditions and customs.
Gifted vocalist Mike Peden channels the renowned crooner’s voice in this tribute, 100 years since Martin’s birth.
Russell’s much–loved play about a middle-agedLiverpool housewife and mother who breaksthe mould of her monotonous life, remains arelevant and totally enthralling piece of theatre.Stones in His Pockets (National Tour)By Marie JonesWednesday 12 April, 7.30pmThis hilarious and moving tale is about a quietIrish community turned upside down when aHollywood movie shoot comes to town. Twooutstanding actors play 15 characters in this hitshow from London’s West End.
Two outstanding actors play 15 characters in this hit show from London’s West End.
Don’t miss a brilliant night of live musicperformed by a band that truly does it justice.
Free basic first aid and CPR workshop for parents and carers of children under 5 years.
Back by popular demand. Hear valuable tips from published author Mr Car Man.
Make parenting easier by teaching your child the social and emotional skills they need.
Bring your toddlers along to enjoy free storytelling, nursery rhymes, arts, crafts and other activities with a different theme each month.
Enjoy the sunset, watch the moon rise and see the city light up as you walk alongside the Swan River in the cool of a summer evening. Registrations open Tuesday 24 January.
Enjoy some great music whilst meeting new friends, dancing, playing games and more.
Kalamunda History Village is on the site of the old Upper Darling Range Railway Station, which was built in the 1890s to service the Zig Zag line which transported timber from Canning Mills to Midland Junction. Registrations open 14 February.
Sculptures by the Sea is an annual spectacle at Cottesloe Beach, showcasing major international and local artists. Registrations open Tuesday 21 February.
Volunteer Managers are invited to attend a workshop on the Performance Management of volunteers.
Enjoy a tranquil morning at the zoo followed by lunch overlooking the banks of the Murray River. Peel Zoo and Wildlife Sanctuary offer a unique ‘hands-on experience’. Feed the animals, hold a snake, pat a fox and tickle a ferret. Registrations open Thursday 2 March.
A women only outing. Enjoy a trip to the Patsy Durack Rose Garden in the Perth hills. Registrations open Wednesday 8 March.
A men only outing. Experience a special 1.5-hour tour of civilian and military aviation including extraordinary displays of 30 aircraft and thousands of artefacts, including engines. Registrations open Wednesday 8 March.
Enjoy a tour of two historical homesteads, including morning tea and lunch. Registrations open Tuesday 14 March.
Looking for a challenging outdoor experience in a safe environment? Try quarry abseiling.
Our hosts for the first BiG Event of the year are our local Rotary Clubs. Join us and meet fellow business operators at this free and informal networking evening.
Experience the picturesque views of Perth and other sights in a unique way, with this exciting 10km camel ride and walk journey from Ellis Brook Valley to Bickley Valley.
Try your hand at the exhilarating sport of target archery – the most popular form of archery practiced worldwide.
Struggling to save money each week? It's time to take control of your finances. Come along to the second of the Upskill your life series of workshops. Learn how to create and maintain a budget that works and gain confidence in your ability to save money.
Looking to save time and money with meal preparation? Learn why and how nutritious and healthy meal planning can transform your grocery budget. Discover great meal planning tips and menu ideas at the final workshop of the Upskill your life series.
Chooks in the City present a workshop on the benefits of keeping chickens in the back yard.
Two of the most recognizable women in entertainment in the middle of the 20th Century are celebrated in this, the first Morning Melodies show for 2017.
Enjoy an evening of exotic food, cultural storytelling and good company at the World on the Plate workshop series.
At this workshop, learn how to prepare a delicious Caribbean meal, hear about the Latin American culture and lifestyle and learn some basic and fun Caribbean dances.
Presented by Bunnings, this will be a fun hands-on session.
Get creative this summer by coming along to a free mosaics workshop! Learn the basics of mosaics and get involved in creating colourful artwork to decorate the Southern River Community Garden.
Ever wandered what the zoo animals got up to once the gates were closed? Find out when you play games and meet characters from Perth Zoo right here in Gosnells.
Be transported back in time as you explore the Gosnells Museum and discover the home-sewn world of the exhibition inspired by the film.
Them Good Ol’ Boys takes us back to the last moments of Buddy Holly as he struggles to regain control of his life, his music and his career, all in the middle of the frozen Midwest.
Come along and join in for a morning of messy fun and sensory play.
Experience our amazing night sky through a wide range of telescopes at the Perth Observatory in Bickley. Volunteers will take you on a grand tour of the sky including nebulas, planets, dying stars, and star clusters. Registrations open Thursday 9 February.
The City of Gosnells is running an eight week series of Hip Hop Yoga sessions for people with disability aged 16 years and over.
Tuxedo Junction comprises 20 singers, singing in four part close harmony. This vocal ensemble will take you on a musical journey around the world with folk songs from many countries and in many languages.
Soprano Fiona Mariah and pianist Daniel Masmanian will perform melodies and songs from The Merry Widow, Die Fledermaus and more.
Chameleon entertainer Jaye Yates sings some of Cher’s biggest hits such as: ‘I Got You, Babe’ ‘Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves’ and many more.
This film screening includes a selection of mainly WA short films from the mid-20th Century.
This 25-member big brass band is a perennial DRPAC favourite. It signs off the 2017 Morning Melodies program with a special Christmas show.
Agelink theatre presents the lives of three remarkable Australian female authors – May Gibbs, Ethel Turner and Mary Grant Bruce – with music and stories.
Centre regulars, the Older Women’s Network Theatre Group, presents its typically varied show with great songs, a smattering of dance and a dollop of good humour.
Discover how Bassey used her outstanding voice to break the chains of poverty and become one of the most popular singers of her time.
Andrew Simpson recreates the voice of Gene Pitney, one of the best-loved music stars of the 1960s. You will hear Pitney’s classic songs like ‘Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa’, ‘Town Without Pity’, and many others.
Explore Mills Park during this family event with free entertainment, rides and skate clinic, as well as a treasure hunt and nature play fun for the kids.
The City of Gosnells, in conjunction with Bentleys Accountants and Advisors, presents a Local Business Forum providing the results of a nationwide business survey.
Map your family tree and learn how to use Ancestry.com (the world's largest family history website) at this free and interactive two hour workshop.
Presented by Bunnings, a hands-on make and take workshop
Presented by Creative Inspirations. A fun and creative hands-on session.
Experience the amazing night sky through a wide range of telescopes at the one of a kind Perth Observatory.
Learn a dance routine with renowned hip hop dance teachers and then join in the Flashmob.
Participants will construct a raft using ropes, planks and drums and then use their raft to compete in a fun paddle challenge.
Experience the greater outdoors and take part in this exciting adventure on the Bibbulmun Track! Participants will complete an 8km round trip between the South Ledge picnic area and Hewett’s Hill shelter.
Looking to try something new and exciting? You can’t go past cross skating and roller skiing for the ultimate fun workout.
Want to meet a ghost? The History of the Mason and Bird Heritage trail comes to life through the voices of the pioneers who lived there.
Show off your awesome dad dance moves at this free event with a live DJ. Lots of fun for Dads with children aged 5 – 12 years.
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Postal address: PO Box 662, Gosnells WA 6990
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