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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.
To coincide with the screening of The Dressmaker on 11 March 2017 at Wilkinson Homestead Museum, several costumes from the Museum's collection will be displayed.
Artist Dorothy Netherway will show off her unique jewellery pieces in a combined exhibition with water colour painter Carol Fleming. The exhibition will be held at the Amherst Village Library from Monday 27th March until Friday 28th April 2017.
Enjoy a tour of two historical homesteads, including morning tea and lunch. Registrations open Tuesday 14 March.
A fun hands-on session at this beading workshop. Create a beautiful bracelet and earrings to match.
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.
Come and celebrate Harmony Week at Park Play. Bring the kids and join in the fun with messy activities, big games and sport equipment.
Make parenting easier by teaching your child the social and emotional skills they need.
The City of Gosnells is running an eight week series of Hip Hop Yoga sessions for people with disability aged 16 years and over.
Animal Move and Sing is a free program for children aged 2 – 4 years with their parents or carers.
Hear from three dynamic organisations operating in our local community.
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.
Free basic first aid and CPR workshop for parents and carers of children under 5 years.
Bring your toddlers along to enjoy free storytelling, nursery rhymes, arts, crafts and other activities with a different theme each month.
Try your hand at the exhilarating sport of target archery – the most popular form of archery practiced worldwide.
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.
Discover how Bassey used her outstanding voice to break the chains of poverty and become one of the most popular singers of her time.
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.
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.
Join the Zimbabwean Association of WA for a look into the culture, history and food of this southern African nation.
Russell’s much–loved play about a middle-aged Liverpool housewife and mother who breaks the mould of her monotonous life, remains a relevant and totally enthralling piece of theatre.
Make your not-for-profit or community group future-proof by implementing a relevant strategic plan that works.
Benjamin and Me is a show for families and adventurous adults. It’s the newest work from award-winning writer and performer Mark Storen.
This popular touring show from the Adelaide Fringe Festival makes its fourth annual appearance at DRPAC.
Over the Fence is Australia’s longest running touring comedyfilm festival. The theme for the 2017 festival is: It’s a Big, BadWorld Out There. Suitable for 15 years and over.
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.
Two outstanding actors play 15 characters in this hit show from London’s West End.
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’.
Local artist Nami Osaka will be running an origami workshop for teenagers at Amherst Village Library.
Children's author Cristy Burne will speaking at the Star Readers Book Club at Amherst Village Library.
Take the glass bottom boat cruise through the wildlife conservation zone of the Penguin Island Marine Park before concluding with a penguin feeding display.
Agelink theatre presents the lives of three remarkable Australian female authors – May Gibbs, Ethel Turner and Mary Grant Bruce – with music and stories.
At this workshop kids will learn how to illustrate picture books with popular children's author Frané Lessac.
Relax by a fireside on the lawns of Mills Park, while enjoying the yarns of champion bush poet and story teller Keith (Cobber) Lethbridge.
Walk through the majestic Jarrah Forest near the Murray River. The walk will be a 6km bush hike with inclines, so a moderate to high level of fitness will be required.
A beautiful section of the Swan River – the kayaks will be launched from Hardey Park in Belmont.
Follow in the footsteps of the first settlers with a guided walking tour through some of Guildford’s historical landmarks.
Participants will explore the cuisine of the Caribbean and will have the opportunity to taste a variety of authentic dishes.
Game Vault - the ultimate mobile video game experience is on at Federation Parade between the Agonis Building and the adjacent car park.
Kenwick Library host a special Storytime featuring popular children's author/illustrator Frané Lessac.
At this hands-on workshop participants will learn how to make their own herbal products.
Kenwick Library hosts a Chick and hatching program supplied by Rhonda from U Can Hatch Us. The program duration is 11 days with a small presentation on set up and everything you need is supplied.
At this demonstrative workshop participants learn how to combine and blend herbs to make a range of soothing herbal teas.
This hands-on workshop will encourage and challenge participants to create, inspire and re-invent with waste at home.
Perth artist Jade Dolman Penangke using a range of traditional art techniques presents a hands-on workshop for children. Each participant will get to create their own art piece to take away.
Join Alyssa Curtayne at this introduction to the chakra cards. Gain knowledge and understanding on how the cards can work for you.
Enjoy two evenings in the beautiful surrounds, get involved with the fun activities and meet great people.
Well known researcher, writer and archivist Shannon Lovelady will talk about the establishment of the Gallipoli dead from WA project to determine the number of Western Australians killed including fascinating stories unearthed along the way.
Perth artist Jade Dolman Penangke provides a face painting activity for kids using indigenous designs including Aboriginal symbols, native plants and trees.
The Health Expo is a series of informative workshops on a range of health and healthy lifestyle issues, including those you were afraid to ask about.
Enjoy exploring the aquarium and exhibits. Lunch will be at the participant's own expense at the Boat Harbour.
Come along to the Addie Mills Centre to enjoy an afternoon of testing your general knowledge.
From the headless horseman of Kenwick to the phantom perfumery of the first Gosnells subdivision, this is your chance to discover the real truth about local history.
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. To purchase tickets phone Leisure World on 9251 8700 or come in and speak with one of our Customer Service Officers.
Chooks in the city present this informative session on sustainable lifestyle practices of keeping backyard hens.
Women from all backgrounds are invited to the Women of the World Wellbeing Expo on Monday 15 May. Talk to health professionals, join-in interactive activities, learn about nutrition and exercise, and connect to local support services at this one-day, free health event.
All incorporated associations are required to review and where necessary update their rules (often known as the constitution) to ensure the document complies with the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 (the Act). Associations have until 1 July 2019 to comply, but we recommend the review process starts now.
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.
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