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Baba Lala Musical Playtime

Fremantle's most loved & vibrant early childhood music program is a joyous celebration of music, movement, rhythm & rhyme for children up to 5 years old. Created to nurture a strong connection between music, family, community & fun. For children up to 5 years old. Held at Penny Lanes Music Workshop, 1 Holdsworth St, Fremantle. Tues-Fri at 9am & again at 10am.  $15 - Pay as you go -additional siblings are half price, siblings under 12 months are free. All classes are casual, no need to book. Join anytime, come anytime.

Fremantle Town Hall official reopening

Celebrate the Fremantle Town Hall back in its 1887 skin! Come and celebrate the recent completion of major conservation works to the exterior of the Fremantle Town Hall. See the flag being raised onto the new flagpole on the refurbished tower for the first time in a decade, the town hall clock ceremonially restarted and the bells sound out after being silent for 12 months.

Coaster Culture

Step into the historic Wyola Club to view a unique display of beer coasters from days gone by. Just a quick glance will take you back in time and across the seas to some forgotton bar. This collection of 4000+ coasters has been gathered over decades and sourced from bars all over the world including Europe, Asia, The Americas and of course Australia. See how the humble coaster has tracked the changes in our society and the novel ways advertising has tried to engage with us over a drink. Included in this exhibition is a look back at the historic…

Fremantle Camera Story

Learn how to take your photographs from ordinary to extraordinary at a free Camera Story creative photography workshop. Explore the rich heritage of Fremantle through the camera lens, as the team from Camera Story share their secrets to making beautiful imagery every time you click. On top of the free workshops, the photographs created by you will be turned into vibrant night time artistic projections at the J Shed. Be part of of the Camera Story and see your photographs turned into luminous public art! Email info@camerastory.com.au to secure a place. Walk-ins also welcome. 

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Wildlife Zoo at the Markets

We love having West Oz Wildlife, one of Perth’s leading wildlife petting zoos, at Fremantle Markets. They provide a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with native Australian animals such as koalas, snakes & dingoes. You can usually only glimpse such animals amidst big crowds in larger reserves or zoos. Our Wildlife Zoo offers a more intimate approach, allowing both children and adults to experience these animals in a smaller and more relaxed setting. Entry by Gold Coin Donation. Don't forget your camera!

$17 Pizza & Pint at The Left Bank

Mix and match any pizza with any pint for only $17 every Friday Night from 5pm! Margarita, Continental Meats, Peri Peri Prawn pizza...Swan Draught, James Squires 150lashes or maybe a pint of Somersby!? This and more to choose from! Enjoy it together with live music in the Beer Garden - perfect way to start the weekend.

A little historical tour… of the Little Creatures Brewery

It started with a group of mates with a love of beer and a former crocodile farm. From these humble beginnings on the water’s edge in Fremantle came an awesome, hop-driven American Pale Ale with distinctive aroma and delicious flavour…and the start of the Little Creatures journey. From there you probably all think you know the story…. but do you? Join us for an in depth, historical tour through the Little Creatures brewery. Learn our story, about our site and our brewing process and the history of craft brewing in WA and Australia.     Finish off with a guided tasting of…

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DJ Paul Gamblin

Paul Gamblin (DJ) grew up in the 70s on a musical 'diet' of punk rock and roots / dub reggae in the UK. Skip to some 25 plus years later and a life in Australia and Paul's DJ sets not only continue to reflect those earlier influences from his vast record collection but now embrace many international flavours.   Joining the Little Creatures family in 2000 and spinning alternate Fridays at Creatures Next Door, Paul is an ‘old school’ and a vinyl only DJ, always expect to hear the ‘unexpected’ in his selections.

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The Free Antiques Campaign - Silent Auction

The Free Antiques Campaign, Ross Potter's first solo exhibition in Fremantle, featured graphite drawings of Fremantle's structural heritage. The works, completed only in HB pencil, focused on the heritage buildings in Fremantle that are restored and well used in opposition to the buildings that have been left derelict and abandoned. Potter has a small number of these works available and is offering them to the public via a Silent Auction at his studio in the heritage listed J Shed on Bathers Beach. Available works include the Cliff St Facade, aspects of High Street buildings and the Abandoned Coogee Powerstation.

4 week Meditation Course

Meditation brings a calming to the nervous system that undoes the damage of continuous overstimulation due to our environment and lifestyles. There are over 100 benefits from meditation in our physical body.It also helps balance the emotional body, reveal the joy in life and assist us in a masterful purpose.Now is the time to learn to meditate and to love meditation!Hridaya is an expert in the field and will bring us a clear and nourishing 4 week course.For the four week program and to book in visit the website for tickets.Price: $99 for 4 Week Course

A Road To Nowhere The Play

Join us for this one night only performance of 'A Road To Nowhere’, the play inspired by the true story of the campaign that many of us were part of. Written and directed by Anina Coco Burns, highlights include Ewan Buckley performing ‘No to Roe’ and ‘Sit Down For Your Rights’, Shona Hunter returning as the scorned Pauline Hanson bride, and Ted Griffin’s debut as the ever out-of-touch Colin Barnett. The play has two acts with an intermission and refreshments in between. Tickets are $20. Cast and crew: Alyssia Jodie - CameraAndrew Hazar - MusicianAnina Coco Burns - Director, scriptwriter, and…

Red Dogs and Bushrangers: Keynote Address, presented by film maker Nelson Woss

Nelson Woss is one of Australia’s most loved film makers. The man behind such award-winning features as Red Dog and Ned Kelly, his films draw on powerful human stories from Australia’s past. His characters have been played by award-winning actors Heath Ledger, Naomi Watts, Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush.  Fresh from the release of Red Dog: True Blue, Nelson will combine story-telling and film to reveal what makes Australian history, and therefore our movies, so special. Join us for this magical evening which begins with Nelson’s address at Notre Dame.  Doors open from 6pm.  Tickets essential and available online.

Beer thru the Ages… a beer quiz through time

Beer is one of the oldest beverages humans have produced, dating back to at least the fifth millennium BC. Today, the brewing industry is a global business producing almost 2 billion hectoliters a year and the craft beer industry in one of the fasting growing and exciting industries worldwide. How did we go from caveman drinking fermented gruel 7,000 years ago to the beer bellied hipsters of today... still drinking fermented gruel? Learn all about the history of this timeless nectar at the Little Creature’s Beer thru the Ages… a beer quiz through time.  Test your knowledge, win some prizes,…

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Red Dog: free film screening

The City of Fremantle, Notre Dame and Good Dog Enterprises are delighted to bring you an indoor/outdoor screening of the original Red Dog film.  Notre Dame will be throwing open the glass doors of the historic Drill Hall for this special opening night event. Bring your rugs, bean bags, pillows or low-folding chairs and watch Nelson Woss’s classic first installment of the Red Dog story. Food trucks will be on hand to purchase dinner and drinks for this special family event.  Doors open from 7:30pm.  Tickets are free, but essential: get them online at www.nd.edu.au/heritage2017.   

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