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ABORIGINAL WEAVING CLASSES

Posted in aboriginal, city of fremantle, craft, Uncategorized by freoview on November 24, 2017

 

Learn how to weave the Aboriginal way at the Fremantle Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre in December.

Join Indigenous artist Lea Taylor in a Nyoongar weaving class. Learn different traditional and contemporary weaving techniques using a combination of natural fibres to create a unique piece. Perfect for a homemade christmas gift, or to de-stress over the silly season!

All supplies included.

Suitable for children 10 and up in the company of an adult.

Saturdays 12.30 to 3.30 pm 2 to 23 December

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LOCAL MADE FREO MARKET

Posted in art, city of fremantle, craft, market, Uncategorized by freoview on November 24, 2017

 

The STACKWOODS MADE LOCAL MARKET starts today from 3pm and will be on all weekend at 10 Stack Street, White Gum Valley.

The market showcases over thirty local makers who will be selling wares and gifts such as ceramic planters, artist prints, textiles, jewellery, etc.

There will be foodtrucks on site and live music, the Stackwood bar, and kids’ activities.

Plants will also be for sale and the studios are open to the public.

More info at: http://bit.ly/2A3tAfF

 

Roel Looopers

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FREMANTLE LIGHTS UP FOR SUMMER

Posted in art, craft, festivals, fremantle, fremantle arts centre, growers green markets, markets by freoview on December 1, 2016

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Participants at the BAZAAR

Participants at the BAZAAR

 

It’s the start of summer and the best time to be in Fremantle, so get ready for a great weekend!

Tonight at 7 pm the Rainbow-Containbow sculpture at Beach Reserve will light up for the first time and that will become a permanent feature of the artwork, and tomorrow night Mayor Brad Pettitt will switch on the Christmas tree at Kings Square around 7.30.

Tomorrow is also the start of the art and craft BAZAAR at the Fremantle Arts Centre that will run all weekend, and on Saturday the South Beach Sunset Food Market starts from 5-9 pm and will run every Saturday till mid April.

On Sunday morning the all embracing lovely Growers Green Farmers Market is on from 8-12 at Lefroy Road and from 1 pm on the East Fremantle George Street Festival is on till early evening.

Staying at home this weekend is simply not an option. Get out and about, meet new people and embrace Freo’s community spirit!

Roel Loopers

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