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Holiday Kids Art Classes

Are you stuck for something fun to do during the holidays? Sign up now for a Creative Kids Art Club holiday workshop. On Monday October 2 you can create a Mandala artwork on fabric, a personalised artwork incorporating all of the things your child loves! All materials provided. (7 to 12 yrs) To see our full program or to book online visit www.creativekidsartclub.com.au.

Makerspace - It's all about play, rhyme and story

This holiday activity invites you to hear stories, songs and rhymes and stay to make play resources or publish books. We’ll be mixing playdough, making simple shakers and toys for babies and toddlers, writing and illustrating 8-page books and publishing them. 3 October - Hilton PCYC , 32 Paget Street Hilton (this event will be auslan interpreted) 5 October - Fremantle City Library, Town Hall Centre William Street Fremantle  

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Pennywise Full Circle Australian Tour

2017 sees the 20th anniversary of the exhilarating, inspiring and brilliant album that helped define a genre. ‘Full Circle’ is the emotional and pivotal album that followed the tragic death of founding member and bassist Jason Mathew Thirsk. Dedicated to the memory of Thirsk, ‘Full Circle’ is hard as nails, reflective and ultimately redemptive. For the first time in history PENNYWISE will be performing ‘Full Circle’ in its entirety. Australian fans will get to witness one of the most blistering and emotional performances ever by the Hermosa Beach legends.There is only one other band on the planet worthy enough to join this crushing tour and of course that band is…THE BRONX. Famous for leaving a trail of exhausted, boozy, sweaty and supremely satisfied bodies in their wake, THE BRONX will be unleashing a reckless level of energy; no barriers, no pause for breath, just a barrage of scuzzy LA punk. Their brand new album ‘V’ will be out September 22.

5000 Poppies Project

2018 marks the 100th Anniversary of the First World War. As part of commemorating this, the Australian War Memorial will be creating a stunning large scale installation of 60, 000 hand made poppies, carpeting the grounds for Remembrance Day. Each poppy will represent one life lost in World War I. Online group 5000 Poppies is leading the charge and has put a call out to skilled knitters and crocheters. We would like to help them to their goals! They currently have around 18,000- 20,000 already made but there is still a long way to go! A second project is planned to create 50, 000 lapel pins for the Victorian RSL club’s 2018 Anzac Day celebrations. Whilst they have already created 20,000 of these there is still another 30, 000 to make by April 2018. With these deadlines in mind, Workshop Freo and Coral and Cactus would like to invite you to get together and crochet for this cause. Join us on the first Wednesday evening of the month to smash out some poppies, have a chat and meet some likeminded crafters. Seasoned crocheters, come along with your hooks and your red yarn! Newbies are welcome as well! Cass and Maddy will be there to get you started. Kits to get you going will be available for purchase for $15.  This is a not for profit workshop. About the teachers: Cass and Maddy met as neighbours 6 years ago and bonded instantly over their love of crafting and crochet. After many a crafternoon, they decided to turn this crafty love into a business, blooming into their collective, Coral and Cactus at the beginning of 2017. Cass discovered a love for crochet whilst nursing her first kidlet and passed on her passion & knowledge of the craft to Maddy, teaching her to make her first granny square only 3 years ago. From that point on, Maddy was as hooked as Cass for making everything from blankets, to teddies, to jumpers and more & more…!

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David Giles Freedom School Painting Workshops

Do you dream of being an artist? Or just want to have fun painting? Join award-winning artist David Giles for his monthly one day painting workshops at Studio 11 in Fremantle. The workshops, held in a lovely cottage with courtyard/garden setting, run from 11am - 4pm on a Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday each month. You choose which day/s to attend. Suitable all levels, including complete beginner Focus on personal expression and connecting with your inner creative self Includes demonstration by David Giles​​ VENUE: Studio Eleven, 11 Captains Lane, Fremantle DATES: 7,8,9 or 10 September; 5,6,7 or 8 October; 2,3,4 or 5 November and 7,8, 9 or 10 December. TIME: 11am - 4pm MATERIALS: Bring your own acrylic paints and brushes. Canvases are for sale. Easels provided. COST: $120 for each one day workshop. $80 each if you book and pay for 3 or more. Includes light lunch. Call 0416 079 204 or 0404 995 571 to book.

GMG Gillian Moorman Group

GMG is a sophisticated mix of jazz, blues and soul.  Taking jazz standards and pop classics from Billie Holiday to Steely Dan and adding a contemporary and original flavour.  Joining Gillian Moorman on vocals, Alex Borthwick (guitar), Manoli Vouyoucalos (bass) and Pete Evans (drums) are all exceptionally talented regulars on the Perth music scene and bring together an exciting mix of jazz, funk and blues influences taking you on a journey from a New York speakeasy to an an intimate jazz club in New Orleans.  Watch an authentic musical connection happen when these four people play the music they love together.

The Left Bank Beer Club October

Join us for the October edition of our Beer Club on Thursday 5th October 2017, featuring White Lakes Brewing - West Garden - Vernon Arms Tavern!Learn more about this new brewery from Baldivis - located in a beautiful spot across the road from the salt lake.Meet the Brewer Sean and learn all about the brewery and their delicious beers! Tastings on the night will include:AmberSummerDraughtStandardDarkWitThe Amber will be available as our Beer of the Month for $10 a pint throughout October.Sit back, listen to some beer stories, taste the range, enjoy some nibbles and then take your own Beer Glass home!Beer Club is a fun and relaxed evening - a good reason to catch up with other beer-loving mates :)Tickets for Beer Club are $10 and include:- generous beer tastings- presentation and Q&A- nibbles- a Beer Glass (to take home to collect)Due to increased popularity of our Beer Club, we recommend to book/reserve a table to confirm your spot!To book, please email julia@leftbank.com.auPayment will be collected on the evening.

The Music of Faith No More

Live n Loud Thursdays presents: Faith No More performed by Laith No More Thursdays at The Newport Hotel is all about live music performed loud by leading musicians! Expect to hear all the hits from leading locals Laith Tyranny (Bible Bashers, Fear Of Comedy), Karl Hiller (Duende Indalo, solo), Joe Southwell (Helen Shanahan, freelance) and Russell Loasby (Michael Savage, Big Orange, Institut Polaire, The Autumn Isles)

Fremantle Craft Beer Tour Cruise

Love beer? Fremantle has quickly become a haven for beer enthusiasts and what better way to immerse yourself in beer than with Captain Cook Cruises’ new Fremantle Craft Beer Tour and Cruise. The full day tour and cruise allows you to take in amazing sights as you cruise down the Swan River, before disembarking for an informative walking tour to three of Fremantle’s top bars. This tour includes extensive beer tastings of some of the best beers Western Australia and Fremantle have to offer, along with a mouth-watering pub lunch.  Alternatively, enjoy a cider or other replacement drink of your choice at each venue.

Arctic Monkeys performed by Moscow Mules

MOSCOW MULES RETURN Intended as a one trick pony, the Newport Record Club-birthed, Moscow Mules banded together to perform Arctic Monkeys modern classic and fastest selling debut album by a band, ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’. When thousands of people began flocking to the Facebook event, it became apparent this jamboree wasn’t going to be the last. The show sold out leaving many stranded at the door seeing Fremantle’s Newport Hotel reaching capacity. A successful night saw a very chaotic and enthused crowd belting out their love for the album, singing along to all the dance-floor anthems throughout the 90 minute assault. Moscow Mules announced a second show at Perth’s Amplifier Bar, only two months later and once again watched as the event quickly drew a lot of eager attention. Selling out yet again, Moscow Mules performed to another 450-strong capacity crowd, this time boasting a larger range of encores from Arctic Monkeys extensive back catalogue, yet another wild and successful night. Having only merely crossed paths at shows in the past, Moscow Mules consists of what are now four great friends and very active original musicians from Perth. Featuring; Harrison Read, Dion Mariani, Luke Reynolds and Caleb Quartermaine.

Helen Townsend and The Wayward Hearts

Hot off the plane from Nashville ready to play some tunes back home! Join Helen Townsend and the Wayward Hearts as we help you get your weekend started! Helen Townsend is one of those rare artists who genuinely lives music, understands it’s power and knows how to harness it to tell a story which gathers you up and sweeps you along.

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Kingswood with The Vanns Dear Seattle

Kingswood will round out 2017 in spectacular style, with a mammoth national tour that sees them landing all over this wide and wonderful land and will be the first time new tracks from their latest LP, After Hours, Close To Dawn will have been played live in some of these areas. After Hours, Close To Dawn, was a creative evolution in sound for the gents from Kingswood. Their second release to debut in the ARIA top 10, cultivating a bunch of new radio favourites, like ‘Golden’, ‘Creepin’ and ‘Atmosphere’.It follows on from their debut album Microscopic Wars, and saw them power down a new sonic path, resulting in a change of sound that delighted and astonished fans. After Hours, Close To Dawn was named in Rolling Stone Australia’s 50 Most Anticipated Albums of 2017, as well as The Herald Sun’s Biggest New Albums in 2017, mixing an eclectic collection of retro R’n’B grooves with soaring rock & roll, fuzzy soul and space age experimentation. It’s all connected by the defining element that is the trio’s creative DNA. No matter what shape they take, these songs are still instantly recognizable as pure Kingswood. Kingswood will join heavyweights Queens of The Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem and HAIM at Byron’s Splendour In The Grass Festival before setting off on this headline tour.