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Sharon Shannon Band with special guest Susan ONeill

Sharon Shannon Band, with special guest Susan O’Neill in a Double Bill Concert.  Sharon Shannon is a name synonymous with and entrenched in the culture and fabric of Traditional Irish Music. Sharon’s journey with her accordion and love for music has led her to become one of the world’s most highly acclaimed traditional musicians, and her personality has led her to be one of Ireland’s most well-liked and popular national treasures. From her debut self-titled album in 1991 to her most recent “Sacred Earth” album, her work demonstrates a wide-ranging number of musical influences. Sharon Shannon is a musician who likes to surprise. While she is known for her arrangements of traditional Irish tunes and Irish-influenced compositions, she has always been eager to explore new styles, and to meet and work with other musicians. Her work demonstrates a groundbreaking mix of traditional Irish with reggae, country, Native American, bluegrass, cajun, rap, dance, French Canadian and African. The prodigously gifted Susan O’Neill is aso from County Clare, Ireland. Her soulful & husky-voiced performances are truly something to behold. Using guitar, harmonica, trumpet and a loop pedal, Susan delivers a timeless and powerful blend of the old and new. Her inspirational fusion of soulful Irish folk and her own acclaimed original material makes for an entertaining and enchanting musical experience. Her solo performances are literally mind-blowing. The amazing range of her gritty vocal combined with her superb guitar technique, her loop pedals and trumpet, make for a truly unforgettable musical experience. Don't miss this very rare oppportunity to hear two incredible artists in concert together.

Kids Learn to Sail

Is your child interested in learing how to sail? Why not enrol them in a Learn to Sail course at EFYC! Our courses are for kids aged 7 - 17 years old, and cater for a range of levels and experience. Courses will be run during term 1 for 4 Saturdays from 8.30am - 12.30pm commencing 9th February. To find out more, or to book your child's place call 9339-8111.


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Beach Yoga at South Beach

Join us for yoga by the beach!   Beach Yoga classes are a moving meditation in the sun, flowing with the breath and taking the time to relax and experience each posture. Suitable for all levels, including beginner students. Start your weekend enjoying your yoga practice in nature at the beautiful South Beach! Classes are located at Ocean Road, South Fremantle, just north of the South Beach Cafe.  Look out for the orange flags! 7.30am to 8.30am Saturday throughout summer.   Our first class will be Saturday, 10 November 2018.

Brunch in the Brewery

Join us every Saturday and Sunday from 9am-11am for brunch overlooking the Fishing Boat Harbour!  Perfect for the family, big groups or to cure that pesty hangover, Little Creature's has got your morning needs covered with hearty breakfasts,  tasty pastries,  fresh coffee and of course- beer!  Large groups are welcome.  No reservations needed.  

Introduction To Buddhism halfday course

2,500 years after the passing of Buddha, his example and teachings still resonate. This half-day course will explain the essential principles of the Buddhist way of life and how we can gain personal benefit from applying these teachings in our busy modern life. We will also learn how we can use meditation as a tool for developing good qualities such as inner peace, love and compassion. This course is perfectly suited for those developing an interest in Buddhism as well as those who simply wish to lead their life with more meaning, wisdom and compassion.

Fenians Festival Family Day

The Fenian Festival Family Day will be buzzing with free activities for all the family. The WA Maritime Museum is offering free entry all day (entry fees will however apply for their major exhibition). Listen to great stories, see a replica whale boat, make a model boat, follow the Shamrock trail, view the award winning children's movie Secret of Kells on the big screen, watch displays of traditional dancing and keep an eye out for talented young buskers. Please register your interest in attending this free fun-filled family day.   

Indoor Plant Knowhow with Claire Greenhill

It’s back! Join plant guru Claire Greenhill for this session covering the basics of indoor plant care such as light, water and position, basically everything you need to know to keep your green friends healthy and happy! This seminar will cover all these topics, plus when and how to feed your plants as well as common pests and other health complaints. In addition, Claire will provide more specific details relating to popular varieties like the fiddle leaf fig, cactus and ferns.  Sign up and turn your home into a green oasis!  Date and time:  Saturday 23rd of February, 10:00am - 11:00amSaturday 4th of May, 10:00am - 11:00am 10% off plants at the concept store when you show your ticket  About Claire: Claire is a designer, gardener, keen plants-woman and Landscape Architect who lives and works in the Fremantle area. Claire has a strong art and design background and broad horticultural knowledge, having earned both Design and Landscape Architecture qualifications. She is passionate and curious about everything green and growing and strives to keep learning and sharing her horticultural knowledge with the community.She believes that plants make people happier, improve physical and mental health and make spaces more beautiful. Through her work she hopes to encourage people to grow more, plant more and to feel confident to nurture and create their own garden spaces.Claire sources and cares for the plants at Stackwood, runs plant education workshops and offers residential garden design, interior plant styling and indoor plant care services. She hopes to help people live more plant filled lives. Photos by Rae Fallon. * Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.


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No Parking

This artist curated collective exhibition takes its cue from the PS’ former use as a car park. Fuelled by this departure point, select Fremantle based artists have been invited to respond, intervene and revisit the building's ground floor. With installation, performances, sound and other disciplines ‘NO PARKING’ is a light hearted and open ended approach to place through contemporary practice. Marcel Christobal, Bevan Honey, George Howlett, Jessee Lee Johns, Tom Mùller, Ron Nyisztor, Ric Spencer, Andrew Sunley Smith, Alexander Tandy RSVP essential for opening on 1 Feb 2019.

Boomerang Throwing

Join former Fremantle Docker, Scott Chisholm for a cultural activity that will teach you a new skill! Boomerang throwing is not as easy as it looks, but Scott will make sure you hear a little of his story and show you how to make the boomerang come back!


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Cultural Storytelling Activity

Join Justin Martin, a qualified tour guide and Aboriginal artworks specialist as he shares his culture through story telling, talks about seasons, symbols and tools, language and local knowledge. Justin’s traditional lands stretch over the Perth metropolitan region and a large part of the mid-west of Western Australia. These tribes are formally identified as the Wadjuk, Ballardong, Widi and Budimia people.

Magpie Goose Pop Up

Magpie Goose is returning to WA for a two day pop up at Stackwood in Fremantle!We have some fabulous new prints from Borroloola artists Nancy McDinny and Stewart Hoosan, as well as great prints from our recent collaboration with Jinibara artists Uncle Noel Blair and Jason Murphy (Woodford/Kilcoy/Mt Nebo country north of Brisbane, QLD).Sat 23rd + Sunday 24th of Feb, Stackwood (10 Stack St Freo), 1.30pm - 5pm both days!We look forward to seeing you there! Photo by Sarah Mackie.


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