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07/06/2021

The Tribute Tree

Throughout the afternoon of Saturday 13 June local marine scientist Drew McKenzie is hosting a free workshop on marine life for children aged 5 – 11, at Ferart Studio on Wilderness Rd, Margaret River.

And the best part is that it’s not just sitting and listening – it’s a craft based session encouraging kids to get involved with our south west coastlines by creating stunning sea creatures using found objects and their imagination.
There isn’t a set time, just pop in during the afternoon to join in the fun.

RSVP georginekally@westnet.com.au

 

Grief

Experienced grief counsellor Laurissa Knowles will be hosting a free Grief workshop at St Thomas Moore School on Thursday 10th of June at St Thomas More School. She will tackle sensitive issues including how to talk about death and suicide with our children and teenagers, and how to guide them through grief.

RSVP to register via Trybooking

 

Pioneers of the Western Australian Timber Industry: a talk by Don Briggs

Ever wondered about the history of the WA timber trade?

Don Briggs is the author of ‘Pioneers of the Western Australian Timber Industry’, a biographical work of exploration, King George Sound, Swan River Colony, and the forests of the South West. A talk about these pioneers is at Margaret River Library on Thursday 17th June 5.30 – 6.30pm.

Please RSVP as space is limited.

Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au
Ph: 9780 5600

 

#GameOver Community Flash Photoshoot

#GameOver is a human rights campaign started by former Socceroo Craig Foster to raise awareness of the treatment of detainees on Papua New Guinea and Nauru.

On Saturday 26th June at 11am #Gameover will be hosting a community flash photoshoot – if you’re keen to be involved come along to the soccer club, Gloucester Park in Margaret River wearing your sports gear and a smile. Everyone’s welcome.

Contact Rod Whittle or details.
rodw.mcm@gmail.com
0491 151 995

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