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28/11/2020

Margaret River HEART

This week at the HEART, the Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference will be held from the 1st to the 3rd of December. The program is being run both live at the HEART and with virtual delegates. Visit margaretriverheart.com.au for more information and to book your place.

Martine Perret’s exhibition Beyond Above Western Australia and David Dare-Parker’s Film and Television Still Photographic Retrospective are available for viewing at the HEART Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.

For more information on these and other events at the HEART, visit the Margaret River Heart website.

Magnum Master Class

Fraser Gallop Estate in Wilyabrup will be hosting their 2020 Magnum Master Class on Saturday the 28th of December from 10:30am to 12:30pm.

This rare and exciting opportunity guided by winemaker Clive Otto allows visitors to discover the nuances of nature and evolution of the estate’s past 21 years. 

Festival of Forgotten Skills

The Festival of Forgotten Skills will be held at Fair Harvest on Sunday the 29th of November from 11am.

Relearn and celebrate old skills through workshops, activities, demonstrations and more.

There will be live music all day. BYO utensils and drinks for the sundowner.

Sip & Stretch

Sip And Stretch returns to Flametree Wines in Dunsborough on Tuesday the 1st of December from 9am to 10am.

Enjoy stretching your mind and body with Sue from Yin Pilates Southwest, and finish the session off with a glass of Flametree bubbles.

Death & Dying Matters

On Thursday the 3rd of December, the Death and Dying Matters Group is hosting an information evening from 5:30pm, beginning the conversation concerning death and dying.

All library events have limited places, so to book your spot, please RSVP by phoning 9780 5600 or email amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au.

Street Party

Friday the 4th of December will see the City of Busselton’s Art Award Opening Street Party at the Old Court House from 5pm to 8:30pm.

The Art Award celebrates contemporary WA art with over 100 pieces, plus live music, dance performances, food and drinks, with winners announced at 6:30pm. 

Weekend Markets

SATURDAY

On Saturday, the Margaret River Farmers Markets are on from 7:30am. The markets are located on the grounds of the Margaret River TAFE.

SUNDAY

The Margaret River Town Square Markets are being held at their temporary home at Memorial Park on the corner of Willmott Ave & Townview Terrace from 8 on Sunday morning.

Dunsborough Central Markets are at Lions Park, Dunn Bay Road from 8am to 5pm on Sunday. Come along for fruit & vegetables, gourmet food, arts & crafts and entertainment.

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