Headspace Early Psychosis Youth Reference Group have designed and are facilitating a brand new event for young people as part of Mental Health Week – to help young people reconnect with themselves, community and country after the upheaval and isolation of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Join us for an afternoon of art and reconnecting with ourselves, each other, and nature!
Three FREE art workshops (sign up to one, two, or all three!) + food + a few other side activities + connecting with friends = YASSS!
Saturday 10th October, 1- 4:30pm
Lake Monger – Lake Monger Drive near Kimberley St intersection (close to Leederville train station). Look for green headspace marquee near
Lake Monger Drive & Kimberley St intersection
Creative workshops facilitated by young local artists:
Registrations are ESSENTIAL as places are limited! Please register by 8th October....go to:
Please pass this information on to anyone who knows or is a young person – 12-25 😊 and/ or follow @headspaceearlypsychosis.perth / headspace Osborne Park and/or headspace Joondalup facebook pages to stay up to date!
Please direct enquiries to:email@example.com
or phone 9301 8900
Event kindly supported by Neami National
Dear Music Lovers & Volunteer Enthusiasts!
Would you like to enjoy the upcoming Bluegrass music classes and singing workshops while giving back to the hard-hit arts community?
Come be a volunteer at this year’s Manjimup Bluegrass & Old Time Music Weekend!
We are seeking people interested in supporting the arts to volunteer a few hours of their time during the weekend of September 25-28, 2020 at some of the workshops and events throughout the center of Manjimup.
Witness firsthand Bluegrass experts visiting us for this very special event and help keep our event clean & pristine!
Please complete this short volunteer form as soon as possible to notify us of your interest and availability:
VOLUNTEER AVAILABILITY & CONTACT INFO FORM
No amount of availability is too small!
Manjimup Bluegrass & Old Time Music Weekend Presented by Act-Belong-Commit
Due to demand we have programmed an evening concert with Bluegrass Parkway! The concert will start at 8 pm at the Manjimup Town Hall, Saturday, September 26th.
If you haven't got them already it would be a good idea to buy your tickets now to the evening concert as online tickets to the afternoon concert with top Australian bluegrass band Bluegrass Parkway have sold out and there will be very limited tickets available at the door for either concert.
And for the first time there will be a limited edition t-shirt! Make sure you place your order before 5 pm this coming Wednesday 16th to be sure you get one! We will endeavour to have some on sale over the weekend but will not order large quantities on spec. T-shirts will be $20 pre-order $25 on the weekend. Click here for the order form.
Remember to book for the very popular harmony singing workshops - there's three opportunites for you to sing your heart out over the Queen's Birthday weekend in Manjimup. Check the workshops programme here.
Finally, this event relies on volunteers. If you can spare some time over the weekend to help out, please register your interest here.
All the best,
Warren Arts Council,
The Shire event, Djuki Mala, is being held on Saturday 10 October, at the Sound Shell in the Heritage Park. This is a unique opportunity to watch a high-energy dance and physical theater performance, which is family-friendly. The event is touring WA and has already sold out in some places.
The Cultural Atlas is an educational resource that provides information on the cultural background of Australia’s migrant populations. The cultures published on the Cultural Atlas represent the biggest migrant populations in Australia. https://culturalatlas.sbs.com.au/ and provide general guidelines and in-sight to improve cross-cultural understanding.
The Palestinian profile is now available.
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