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Intro to Crochet Be There or Be Granny Square

Crochet classes for people who want to make and create in a safe and encouraging environment, where technique and enjoyment is proritised over perfectionism. I love helping my students grow in confidence and ability, and access whole new levels of calm and purpose that learning a craft can bring. The classes are guided by core values of creativity, compassion, and sustainability. Craft should be enjoyable as well as healthily challenging, and make the most of the resources we have around us. DATES Six week course beginning the 3rd October. Wednesdays 6.30- 8.30 at Plants Flowers and Oddities in Fremantle. COST $60 for 2 hour class, $300 to sign up for six week course in which you will take home a cute Granny square item of your own desire. We also offer a ‘crafty chums’ discount where by persuading a friend to join you in the classes, you both get a 10% discount on the already discounted six week course. THE WORKSHOP Wednesday evenings are for learning to crochet a granny square (or several). This gentle, intro-to-the-world-of-crochet course will cover all the basics of using yarn, hooks, and enthusiasm to create your own cushion. Each class will cover a different granny square, and can be taken either as a stand-alone class, or as part of a six week class in which you will learn to join and . So be there or be (granny) square! Tea and delicious snacks provided. Classes are capped at six participants to provide individualised support and guidance. MATERIALS INCLUDED Everything you need is included in the course with a handy kit! Each kit includes a crochet hook, beautiful 100% cotton yarn, and take home patterns.

Beer Club | October 2018

The Multi-Award Winning Artisan Brewing will be joining us for our October Beer Club on Wednesday 3rd October at 7pm!Created in Denmark in 2014, Artisan specialises in Belgian style ales. Brian and Julia, owners and brewers of Artisan Brewing, will be presenting some of their tasty beers on the night. Both are experienced and highly knowledgeable brewers, so come down to learn something new!Tastings on the night will include: - 2018 Oatmeal Porter- 2018 "Le Pont" Saison- Malabar Witbier- 2017 Festbiere - 2018 Belgian Dubbel - "The Moz" Belgian IPATickets are $10 and include: - Beer tastings- Presentation and Q&A- NibblesTo book your spot for our next Beer Club, simply complete the Booking Form on our website and submit it to are $10 per person.

Junior Drones Workshop

Explore engineering and aerodynamics for youngsters with mini-drones! These holidays Firetech’s young engineers will embark on an adventure to learn how to fly, using physics principles, scientific testing and plenty of crashing and flying! Taught by a Firetech trained tutor, kids will learn the basics of engineering, robotics and flight by building, crashing and flying exciting mini-drones. It’s the perfect opportunity to have fun with science principles in an environment like no other, with great new tech. Course runs from 10am-4pm with a break for lunch and morning/afternoon tea. Please bring a packed lunch and a bottle of water. Session One (Ages 6-9) Dates: Thursday 4 OctoberTime: 10am-4pmCost: $99Bookings: Places are limited, so bookings are essential. To book call 1300 134 081 or visit Session Two (Ages 9-12) Dates: Friday 5 OctoberTime: 10am-4pmCost: $99Bookings: Places are limited, so bookings are essential. To book call 1300 134 081  or visit


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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.

Parokya Ni Edgar

PAROKYA NI EDGAR is a multi-award winning alternative rock band formed in 1993. Originally called, “Comic Relief”, the band is composed of Chito Miranda (lead vocals), Gab Chee Kee (guitars), Darius Semana (guitars), Buwi Meneses (bass) and Dindin Moreno (drums). The band is famous for their original “novelty” hits such as “Mr. Suave”, “Buloy”, “Please Don’t Touch My Birdie”, “Inuman Na”, “Halaga”, “Picha Pie” and “Harana”. Having numerous chart-topping hit songs, biggest-selling albums and multitudes of awards including the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards "Southeast Asia Viewer's Choice Award" for “Harana”, Parokya Ni Edgar is undoubtedly one of the biggest bands ever to come out in OPM history. Thus, their legions of loyal fans and media alike dubbed them as the “Pambansang Banda ng Pilipinas” (The National Band of the Philippines). In 2014, Parokya Ni Edgar was awarded the MYX Magna Award, the second band ever to receive such prestigious award (the first was the Eraserheads in 2009).

Indoor Plant Knowhow with Sharon Barbera

It’s back! Join plant guru Sharon Barbera 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, Sharon 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 22nd of September, 10:00am - 11:00amSaturday 6th of October, 10:00am - 11:00am  Saturday 10th of December, 10:00am - 11:00am  * 10% off plants at the concept store when you show your ticket * About Sharon: Sharon is a horticultural consultant and garden designer with over 25 years experience working in Perth. After expert training and experience at Waldecks, Sharon co-founded The Terrace Gardener in Waratah Avenue, Dalkeith. Sharon now works as a horticultural consultant, and garden designer, allowing her to indulge all her passions of designing gardens of all sizes, and discovering, researching and finding the plants that will best fit your requirements. * Tickets are non-refundable, 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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Kaarla Kaatijin Performance

Kaarla Kaatijin (which in Noongar means to 'understand fire') will use Noongar knowledge and storytelling to deliver traditional stories about fire in an exciting and engaging way. Come on a journey into the lives of Djitty Djitty (Willy Wagtail), Kulbardi (Magpie), Yonga (Kangaroo) and many more familiar friends as they explore the importance of Kaarla (Fire) in the next chapter of Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s immersive Kaatijin series. Dates: Saturday 6 OctoberTimes: 10am and 12pmCost: Free. WA Maritime Museum adult entry fees apply.Age: All agesBookings: Essential. Book by calling 1300 134 081 or by using the below links

Comic Book Detectives

You’ll need creative writing skills and comic arts skills to solve this collection of quirky clues! Session 1: 11am-12:30pm Learn how to create mysterious and suspenseful storylines and start mapping your comic panel by panel. Session 2: 1pm-2:30pm It’s time for the Comic Book Detectives to close the case!  Learn how to create an ending with a BANG! To help you finish your comic book. Workshop led by local illustrator and comic artist Soolagna Majumdar

Spoken Word Warriors

Learn how to use rhythm, improvisation, rhymes and word play to make your writing come to life! Led by spoken word poet, poetry slam champion and internationally published author, Maddie Godfrey.


Crash course in the FUNdamentals of making people laugh! Get to grips with Improv and Sketch Comedy with the help of critically acclaimed, award nominated comedian, Nadia Collins.  

Ball Park Music & San Cisco

Two of Australia’s most celebrated indie outfits, Ball Park Music and San Cisco, are thrilled to be joining forces for a co-headline tour this spring. It’ll be an unique east-meets-west affair that will see both bands playing some of the biggest venues of their career - from the Riverstage in Ball Park Music’s hometown, Brisbane, to Melbourne’s Festival Hall, and San Cisco’s local Fremantle Arts Centre. triple j Unearthed's J Award nominee Ruby Fields  will be chucking on her ‘P Plates’ and bringing her relatable alt-rock to all shows as main support. 2018 has been another bumper year for Ball Park Music. January saw their feel good hit ‘Exactly How You Are’ land at #18 on the triple j’s Hottest 100 Countdown and their critically acclaimed album GOOD MOOD debuted at #5 on ARIA chart in February. What followed was a hugely successful sold out national tour and a headline slot on Groovin’ The Moo. San Cisco released their third album The Water in 2017 and embarked on one of their biggest tours to date – playing 21 shows in 46 days. They’ve cemented themselves as festival favourites playing Splendour In The Grass, Beyond The Valley and Lost Paradise. Their breezy summer jam ‘Hey, Did I Do You Wrong’ placed at #79 in the Hottest 100. Don’t miss your chance to catch this memorable tour. This is an 18+ event.

White Party Sundowner

Variety Toy Bank's annual fashion parade is on again and this year is at Coast Port Beach! Enjoy an aperitif on arrival, followed by a gourmet canape menu and premium beer, wine and soft drink from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Fashion parade proudly supported by Beach Street Design & Amore and Sorvete Swimwear. All guests are asked to donate a new unwrapped toy to the minimum value of $30. Each toy will be distributed to children in refuges who are forced to flee their homes due to domestic violence incidents. Saturday 6 October 2018 at 6:00pm, Dress: White