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The City of Gosnells and Project Partner, the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group invites residents to take part in National Tree Day, marking the 21st anniversary of the much-loved campaign.
Artist Anneke Burlinson is exhibiting her Zentangle inspired works at the Amherst Village Library's Art Nook exhibition space. The exhibition runs from Monday 1 August until Friday 19 August. The artwork can be viewed during Amherst Village's normal opening hours.
Take part in this Bunnings DIY workshop and learn how to prepare your garden for Spring planting. Plant a Spring friendly seedling in a pot to take home and get started. This will be a fun hands-on session.
Improve your concentration, memory and problem solving skills in this three week program.
Looking for a job? These workshops will teach you the skills to apply for your next job.
Volunteer Managers are invited to a free workshop with Andy Fryar; an author and highly skilled trainer from Adelaide who has worked extensively in the volunteer management sector across Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and North America.
Presenter, Etta Palumbo, is a Director at the Public Trustee and one of the agency’s most sought after speakers.
Author and award-winning musician Sam Carmody grew up along the central rural coast of Western Australia. A previous recipient of the Mary Grant Bruce national literary award as part of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (FAW) Sam presents his first novel "The Windy Season"
Vocal ensemble the Westcoast Chordsmen has been entertaining audiences with its four-part harmony, ‘barbershop’ singing for many years. The all-male choir makes a welcome return to the Morning Melodies program following a successful debut at the Centre in 2014.
If you are interested in attending the 2016 Seniors Regional Trip to Kalgoorlie contact Senior Services and request an information pack.
Starting in the summer of 1903, this movie tells the story of a year in the life of the Smith family in St Louis.
Come along and join the Older Women’s Network Theatre Group in this musical homage to George Gershwin and other well-loved songs by Cole Porter, Michael Bublé, Rod Stewart and more.
Brilliant music and audience participation aplenty are assured when this 25-member big brass band makes its annual visit to DRPAC.
The Tivoli Club brings its end of year show to the centre for the first time. Sing-alongs to well known songs, dance routines and a dash of comedy will make it a great morning out.
With a 60’s beehive and smoky panda eyes, Jaye Yates returns to DRPAC with her tribute to this singing great. She will perform hits like ‘Son of a Preacher Man’, ‘You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me’,and many more.
The Wembley Theatre Company will bring the story of Aladdin to life in true panto style.With goodies, baddies, jokes and songs, this will be a rip-roaring show for the whole family.
A quartet of Australia’s leading stand-upcomedians delivers a knockout night ofside-splitting entertainment.
This fantastic national touring show features 27 unforgettable hits from the great Patsy Cline. It stars award-winning country music singing sensation Courtney Conway as Patsy and popular stage performer Mandi Lodge as her friend and devoted fan, Louise Seger.
Comedy genius Groucho Marx is channelled to perfection by the extraordinary American actor Frank Ferrante.This fast-paced 90 minutes of hilarity is the closest you will get to the real thing.
This Barking Gecko Theatre Company show is a playful yet provocative reimagining of some of Grimm’s classic fairy stories. Strap yourself in for a thrilling, funny, sometimes scary but ultimately life-affirming journey. For children six years and over.
This comedy gem explores what happens when two people who can only tell the truth fall deeply and madly in love. Protagonists Lloyd and Belle are burdened with the truth-telling disease, vitiositas veritas. This tale of love gained and lost was nominated as Best Play in WA (2012) and was a hit at the Edinburgh and New York Fringe festivals.
Get Energy Smart At Home – ‘Switch your Thinking’ will provide you with tips to help you cut your energy use and save you money.
Once again, those 55+ living in the City of Gosnells will be treated to a free cuisine experience. This Global Seniors Cuisine will focus on Spain and participants will be treated to a variety of tapas, a traditional way of eating in Spain.
This event is supported by the City of Swan at the Altone Park Leisure Centre. It is a day full of information for anyone who wants to live each day with enthusiasm and vitality.
This workshop will provide practical advice on how to dehydrate and preserve food.
If you’re looking for a new hobby and are in a creative mood, crochet is just the thing for you. Learn the technique of crochet in this interactive craft session.
Looking for a truly unique animal experience? Come along, discover and learn more about animals from a Perth Zoo expert.
Learn about the problem of food waste and how you can take action from your very own kitchen. By switching a few habits you can make a big difference to your emissions and your household budget.
Avoid scams and learn how to be more cyber safe on the computer.
This workshop will teach kids the fundamentals of circuits and how to incorporate LED lights. The students get to create their own sewable craft patterns using the LED lights. This will be a fun hands-on session. Ages 10 - 15 year olds.
Come along to our exciting Creative Space for exciting teen activities. This week - Duct Tape Craft.
Author Maree Wrack talks about her best-seller Hot Second Half. It is your time now. Reinvent yourself for work-life meaning and purpose.
Learn simple ways of reducing your mortgage. Save yourself money and become debt free quicker.
Come along and meet some weird and unusual pets. Learn more about these wonderful creatures from Doctor James Haberfield - the Unusual Pet Vet. For children six years and over.
Local History Librarian Stephen O’Brien presents a slideshow of carefully selected treasures from the City’s Heritage Services collections.
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.
This month’s business networking evening is hosted by Prosser Toyota Gosnells, who have a long history of helping to rev up local businesses.
Join like-minded artists in an evening of networking and professional development hosted by a representative from WA’s peak membership body for visual arts - Artsource.
Stephanie Boyle has taught watercolours at Claremont School of Art, Tresillian and Canning Art Centre.
Judy Rogers is a multi-award winning artist who has captured the attention of art audiences with her figurative artworks in many mediums.
Shana James teaches drawing, painting and printmaking at the Fremantle Arts Centre. She is an award winning WA artist who has been exhibiting for over 20 years.
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