Events in Fremantle Town
Events in Fremantle
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Discover the stories of 8 extraordinary shipwrecks, revealed in incredible LEGO model detail!
- Dates:Jul 3- Jan 30
- Venue:WA Maritime Museum
- Hosted By:WA Maritime Museum
- Ticket Price:From $12.50, Museum Fees Apply
- Type:For Kids
- Produced By:WA Museum
- Event Venue:WA Maritime Museum
- Other:Museum events
Ryan "The Brickman" McNaught and expert maritime archaeologists brings the stories of 8 astonishing shipwrecks in this immersive exhibition. Featuring large-scale LEGO® models of ships such as Western Australia’s famous Batavia, the “unsinkable” Titanic, the highly decorated Vasa and the ill-fated Terror and Erebus. Come and uncover the stories of the voyages, life aboard the ships, their watery demise and the shipwreck detectives who locate and document the wrecks.
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- No Booking Required
Step inside our fairy garden where magic and wonder grow. Where all manner of wishes we weave and bestow.
- Dates:Every Saturday
- Time(s):10.00am- 1.00pm
- Venue:Fremantle Markets
- Ticket Price:$5.00 per face paint
- Type:Community,For Kids
Face painting, Henna, Glitter and Hair braiding there is nothing we can't do for the obliging prince or fair maiden. But be warned all great magic comes at a price, a small fee of treasure and the gift of being nice. The Freedom Fairies work in the human realm in order to spread the messages of kindness, joy and creativity.
Come along to this inviting, friendly and inclusive morning tea, a supportive social outing for people living with dementia, their carers and the wider community.
- Dates:Tuesdays on a fortnightly basis
- Time(s):9:30am - 11am
- Venue:Fremantle Arts Centre
- Ticket Price:Free
- Other:Health,Well Being
- Event Venue:Fremantle Arts Centre
- Hosted By:Fremantle Arts Centre
Taking place at Fremantle Arts Centre on the second Tuesday of each month, the morning tea is for people living with dementia; an informal and social affair where people can feel welcomed and accepted, remain socially active and make new friends.
In recognising the need to encourage inclusion of people living with dementia in the local community, Alzheimer’s WA has partnered with local Government and businesses to bring the Memory Café concept to Western Australia.
Do you, a family member or friend live with dementia? Visit this Memory Café, enjoy a coffee and some great conversation.