Spring vibes are in the air this week with lots of fun-filled activities.
It’s all happening at St Thomas More Primary School this Saturday as they host their annual Spring Fair. There’ll be bouncy castles, a rock climbing wall, laser tag and even a disco tent. It’s on from 10am to 2pm and entry is free.
Also this Saturday, is a unique music event at the Now Heart Ampitheatre in Connolly Road. It’s a sound and song journey featuring Brook Turner-Mann, who has been performing with his didgeridoo for over 20 years. In a unique performance, he’ll play alongside an accordian and cello from 4pm. Tickets are $20.
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The team at Nature Conservation Margaret River are hosting a free workshop this Sunday with expert tips on creating the right habitat to attract beneficial bugs and bees for your spring garden to flourish. Places are limited so jump on their website to secure a spot.
Gather and Feast, the long table lunch created by Margaret River Tafe students, has teamed up with Fair Harvest Permaculture for a delicious lunch event next Tuesday, 2nd November at 12pm. All of the fruit and veggies for the menu are sourced from their organic gardens, with cheeses, nuts and other deliciousness sourced from local growers and producers. Tickets are limited and cost $48.
The Quill in Vasse is bringing a touch of Europe to us next week as they host Spring in Provence on Friday 5th November. Take a seat under the jasmine blossoms, sample local wines and cheese and listen to the smooth sounds of saxophone master Serge Le Goueff. These events always sell-out and tickets are just $45.
Also kicking off on the 5th November is an event with a very different vibe – the annual Margert River Ag Show. All your favourite rides will be in sideshow alley and there’s a great lineup of entertainment across the two days. Don’t forget to bench your entries for the Exhibition Hall by 9am next Friday. The Show opens at 3pm and entry for adults is $15 whilst kids are free.
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