Breathe in the Kentucky native spirit and head down to The Odd Fellow for ' Rare & Untamed' There's a party going on, and we're giving you free entry! Marvel at 60 years of bourbon making experience as you sample house creation cocktails or the full range of Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey. Make a night of it and enjoy Candied Wild Turkey Peanuts, Bourbon Maple Glazed Chicken Wings, and Smoked Beef Brisket Sliders with Spicy Bourbon Sauce & Gruyere Cheese, all to the background of some good 'ol live blues courtesy of Lee Sappho - Goddess of soul, blues, peace, love and fornication, with some very special guests. DJ Chicken Wing will keep the party going 'til late!So create your own unique Wild Turkey story and join us from 8pm every Thursday during May!
Fremantle’s Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series returns this July with a mix of ripe new bands, well-seasoned cult heroes, perfectly-cured venues and… a musical tram. For the past six years the City of Fremantle has presented Hidden Treasures, which has given WA music fans a rare peak inside the tucked away, incredibly evocative old venues that dot Fremantle’s West End such as the Buffalo and Navy Clubs. Now a staple of the local music calendar, ‘Treasures has developed a reputation as a taste-making showcase of WA’s hottest young acts while also celebrating specially-reformed cult bands from the state’s rich musical past. It’s the unusual audience this creates – crusty rock dogs rubbing shoulders with 19 year-old hipsters – that makes Hidden Treasures such an unpredictable delight. In 2017 Hidden Treasures will also welcome its first ever roving, ever-changing, venue – the Fremantle Tram. The local tourist shuttle will regularly pick up punters before stopping at picturesque locations such as the North Mole Lighthouse for stripped-back acoustic concerts by artists including Lucy Peach, Timothy Nelson and Steve Parkin. Tickets to Hidden Treasures are $20 on the night only. Tickets gain you entry to all venues: The Navy Club, Buffalo Club, Packenham St Art Space, The Orient and National Hotel. Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series is a City of Fremantle festival
The City of Fremantle is collaborating with Urban Indigenous to present a commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum. The commemoration is centered in sharing stories of individual connections to the referendum presented in live personal exchanges. These exchanges will take place in and around Fremantle and culminate in a larger family friendly event. Sharing stories enables connections between individuals and their communities to be made. Through each personal story the importance of the ‘YES’ vote in 1967 will be shared, an intimate reflection about what this historic result means not only for the individuals sharing their story, but for all Australians. Through the program of events the commemoration aims to engage in new audiences with indigenous stories in a way that is personal and unexpected. A series of pop up performances will take place in various locations across the city announced online each day. The ‘surprise’ performance/sharing widens engagement and offers new ways to people to engage with each other. On Saturday the 27 May all the storytellers will gather and share their stories in a live performance at the iconic Fremantle location of Clancy’s. This family friendly event will be hosted by Urban Indigenous and encourage sharing through conversation and food and celebrate the power of people coming together. In 1967 the Australian people spoke loudly through their votes to make positive change together, it was the biggest ‘YES’ vote in history on any Commonwealth referendum to date. Event locations: Monday 22 May to Friday 26 May: pop up locations around Fremantle (TBA) Saturday 27 May: 12 pm to 3 pm, Clancy’s Fish Pub, Fremantle … Urban Indigenous Urban Indigenous celebrates Aboriginal Australia, respects Aboriginal culture and loves Aboriginal Australians. Urban Indigenous is committed to authentic Aboriginal content, addressing reconciliation and closing the gap strategies and challenging stereotypes. Urban Indigenous school incursions are engaging, intimate, fun, interesting, and whole-heartedly committed to reconciliation in Australia.
One class a week for six consecutive weeks. This course focuses on introducing the foundations of your yoga practice in a safe and nurturing environment. Suitable for all levels of ability and body types. To secure your place for $99, please visit our website.
In celebration of the newest LIttle Creatures Seasonal- Fire Falcon, enjoy hot wings and a Fire Falcon Middy for $15. Only at the Little Creatures Brewhouse. Be quick - only on this week at Little Creatures!
Insider Art: Autumn 2017 showcases the creative achievements of incarcerated prisoners from across Western Australia. A joint initiative of the Department of Corrective Services and Fremantle Prison, this quarterly exhibition will be on show in the old Print Shop (Fremantle Prison Gallery). These exhibitions are always diverse in style and ideas. Pieces exhibited include those from traditional Aboriginal artists with 50,000 years of culture to draw upon; those created by prisoners engaged in tertiary courses in contemporary art practice; and everything in between. Participation in the creative process offers prisoners more than simple education and recreation. The production of artworks can be an important component in their rehabilitation as it allows them space for creativity and personal development. This can help prisoners to reframe their identity in positive ways. For many, it becomes a connection to family, culture and country. Entry to the exhibition is free, and many of the works are available for purchase.
And help us reach our fundraising target! Come in-store with a friend or two, or your work colleagues, try our high tea-inspired gelato flavours and donate what you can - the money we raise will help fund vital cancer research, prevention programs, advocacy and support services for people across Australia.
Nature play is here to stay! Moore and Moore Café, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery Paper Bird Children's Books and Art, Inkling Art Space and Nature Play WA have joined forces to create a beautiful hidden courtyard right in the heart of Freo. A dream for people with little ones! Here’s a hub where you can enjoy a coffee, fabulous food, art, the best children’s books, fantastic kids art classes and a gorgeous nature play area. You can relax with friends and your kids can be themselves: climbing, digging, swinging and creating.
This edition: It is all about festival & events, with a season that runs through autumn into winter We chat with Kate Hulett about the amazing MANY 6160 and discuss the transition to a new Many 2.0 space on Adelaide Street Enjoy cooking the chili and lemon prawns recipe from Bottega chef, Jamie Galloway Celebrate the internationally reknowned street art in Freo (on walls) Explore the urban wanderlust in Freo's malls, arcades and piazzas Discover eight foodie delights you need to try when you’re next in Freo Plus discount coupons, Instagram captures and much more Enjoy Look out for our printed magazine at visitor centres, cafés, galleries, cinemas, restaurants, bars, universities in Perth and Freo.
The Mysore - Morning Ashtanga yoga course is a four week course, Monday to Friday starting at 5.30am. Traditionally Ashtanga yoga is practiced at sunrise, every day, with one day of rest, enabling the student to observe the fluctuation of the mind and body, and work towards finding balance within, and building strength to face the adversities of life. Practicing yoga daily offers the opportunity to explore yoga in its traditional form, access the benefits more deeply and maintain health and wellness. The student learns a set sequence of postures that form a personal practice, the teacher guides the student giving specialised instruction and adjustments. Suitable for all levels, including the complete beginner, no prior experience necessary.
PS UPSTAIRS invites the public to the remodelled upstairs gallery for a show case of PS Art Space’s resident artists.A great opportunity to view the work of some of the port city's very own artists within the context of their workspace. Join us, it's free! OPENINGFriday 12 May, 6pmRSVP Essential to firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION13 May - 3 JuneTue-Fri, 10am-4pm, Sat, 10am-2pmFeaturing works by Sarah McCloseky, Jennifer Garland, Emily McGuire, Anne McCaughey, Christian Sambrailo, Geoffrey Wake, Yvone Carrol, Jennifer Sulai, Laura Mitchell, Dierdre Bruhn, Karin Morris, Ursula Kieliger, John Stubley, Anya Brock, Francesca Gnagnarella, Hazem Awad and Jacinta Payne.
Prisons serve four main functions in society. They punish offenders, protect the community from criminals, act as a disincentive to people considering crime and provide prisoners the opportunity to reform before their release back into the community. The exhibition Reform: A History of Reformative Measures at Fremantle Prison explores what strategies were employed at Fremantle Prison to control and change prisoner behaviour. While Fremantle Prison was at times a place of harsh punishment, it also provided prisoners with the opportunity to acquire new skills and reform. The exhibition explores the practice of religion, education, work and training at Fremantle Prison through its 136 years of operational history. A number of original documents, artworks and objects from the Fremantle Prison Collection illustrate this reformative process.