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Join us in the library for this Manga fantasy adventure film.
Learn tips from Lloyd White, author of Write a Winning Job Application.
Explore the world of robotics and computer programming using Edison™ robots with SciTech. This is a 2 session workshop of two hours each where kids will learn how sensors work and how to program a robot.
Every night is bin night when the Trash TestDummies take the stage with its sidesplittingslapstick comedy routine.
Learn practical skills to upgrade your kitchen.
Expand your social media tool kit by learning the best way to blog.
Increase your cultural intelligence, enhance relationships and improve outcomes for Multicultural clients.
Join this sassy and entertaining group of ladies as they sing their way through some of your favorite songs.
Join environmental artist Calvin Chee in turning junk into free forms and beautiful recycled art. Learn how to make amazing art using general household throwaway items.
Focused on sharing culture through food and hospitality, you will explore New Zealand’s amazing cuisine and gain new cultural insights, right here in Gosnells!
Enjoy some great music whilst meeting new friends, dancing, playing games, and more.
If you are interested in attending the 2016 Seniors Regional Trip to Kalgoorlie contact Senior Services and request an information pack.
This tour is a chance to see the West Australian Ballet working towards their next live performance and the heritage-listed building in which they reside.
Come along to the Addie Mills Centre to enjoy a day of testing your general knowledge.
This four week art program will be great for those who’d love to learn a new craft or already enjoy mosaics.
Photographer Daniel Craig discusses his recently released book, Dust.
Improve your concentration, memory and problem solving skills in this three week program.
Learn what to wear to your next interview for your best chance of success.
Discover how Tai Chi can benefit body and mind and restore good health.
We all want to have a comfortable retirement with financial freedom.
Starting in the summer of 1903, this movie tells the story of a year in the life of the Smith family in St Louis.
Liquid, solid or gas? This chemistry workshop gets you thinking about the states of matter as we make slime. For children aged 7 and above.
Learn the ancient art of origami from Benita Peters.
Volunteer Managers are invited to attend an exciting information session about university students and volunteering.
Join us for a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures at the City’s annual Flag Raising Ceremony.
Gather, share, give. Join with the local community to enjoy a delicious morning tea and help to raise funds to fight cancer.
Local History Librarian Stephen O’Brien will show how Gosnells housing has changed over two centuries from pre-settlement to suburban sprawl.
View artworks by some of the area’s finest established and emerging Aboriginal artists as part of the City’s celebration of NAIDOC Week 2016.
Aimed at children aged 4-12, the Aboriginal culture kids zone will see little celebrating the culture of Aboriginal Australia through arts and crafts.
Get your thinking caps on. Amherst Village Library is having a quiz night the whole family can enjoy. Questions will be simple but broad ranging and there are great prizes to be won.
Community groups, not-for-profits, clubs and schools who would like to learn more about the situation faced by people seeking asylum are invited to attend a Conversations in the Community discussion during Refugee Week.
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.
Owls aren’t born wise, they have to learn it from somewhere. This gorgeous interactive family show combines puppetry and comedy to tell the story of just how a young owl becomes wise.
Jenny Ellis, puppeteer and co-creator of The Owl’s Apprentice, conducts this 90 minute workshop, which explores the art form of shadow puppetry. It will introduce children to an expressive hands-on storytelling medium that is highly accessible to young people.
Join Oscar as he attends a series of increasingly ridiculous funerals during which the locals compete to throw Bowengabbie’s biggest ever send-off. This big, tender-hearted black comedy stars Bryce Youngman.
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.
Join us for a unique business networking evening.
Master the basics in calligraphy and make words look beautiful.
Learn how to quiet the mind and feel more relaxed.
This stunning 2009 Japanese animated science fiction film is a thrilling ride.
Looking for something creative for you and your kids to do in the July school holidays? The Southern River Community Garden, in partnership with the City of Gosnells is hosting a free craft workshop.
Ever wanted to be a magician? Have fun and learn some impressive tricks.
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.
Wayne Pride started his career several decades ago as a vocalist and guitarist in Sydney. This consummate professional will take audience members on a trip down memory lane with a repertoire of country, country rock, 1950s rock ‘n’ roll and great tunes from the ’50s to the ’70s.
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.
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