Don’t forget to head out to Clancy’s this Saturday from 4 pm for the fundraiser for musician Steve Gibson who has been diagnosed with cancer.
There is a fantastic line-up of local musos to support their mate at this family friendly event at Princess May Park.
Tickets are only $ 25,00 for a great balmy night out and help someone who deserves our support.
All proceeds are going to Steve Gibson and his young family.
Local music legend Steve ‘Gibbo’ Gibson needs a hand! After being diagnosed with bladder cancer his friends in the industry have answered his call and the big GIBOFEST music festival will be held at CLANCY’S FISH PUB in Fremantle on Saturday January 21.
Get your tickets here. With all proceeds going to Gibbo and his young family. Special headliners to be announced next week. Two stages and lots of love.
Check out the Clancy’s Facebook page for other info.
There is a lot of negativity about public health care, the delay of the new Children’s Hospital and also issues at Fiona Stanley, so it’s good I can write something positive about it.
My experience yesterday at the Fiona Stanley Hospital emergency department was nothing but perfect as far as my treatment was concerned.
The young Irish doctor was extremely thorough in asking questions, to the point that I wondered why my GPs rarely ever ask such probing questions. The nurses were also very efficient, professional and very easy going and I have nothing but praise for the department, its delightful staff and the gentle care they gave me.
The system might be flawed but definitely not where the medical staff is involved. They are pretty perfect, so thank you very much to all the people who looked after me yesterday!
There is an interesting event on this Saturday November 19 at REPLANTS , 96 Wray Avenue, Fremantle. The Traditional Ngangkari Healers will show you the world of the Ngangkari indigenous people, and their wisdom, natural healing and cultural history.
Australia’s Aboriginal history is 50,000 years old, so there is a lot we can learn from it.
The event is on from 7-9 pm and costs $ 40.00 with light refreshments served.
The Ride To Work breakfast was held at Fremantle Kings Square this morning and was appreciated by many cyclists who turned up for yummy South American baked beans and eggs, muffins and great coffee while checking out electric and cargo bikes.
Nice to see City of Fremantle CEO Phil StJohn up and about early and enjoying a hearty breaky.
My friends at the Fremantle Moore&Moore Cafe are holding another event tomorrow in their series of Vital Table Talks.
Stef Sifandos and Tenille Bentley will talk about the importance of creating inner homeostasis and equilibrium of the mind, the holistic self and our relationships to others.
The two experts will show you how to embrace all aspects of life as a whole rather than in a fragmented manner.
There is food as well of course! Spring vegetable ratatouille with Fremantle sardines and lemons, garlic and parsley and foraged greens, and other yummy things.
It costs $ 47, concessions $ 34 and bookings are required at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will be held at the Fremantle Bowling Club in Parry Street due to an exhibition at the Moores. It is on at 6 pm on Tuesday September 27.
The Moore&Moore Cafe in Fremantle’s Henry Street is holding another one of its Vital Table Talks this coming Tuesday, September 13.
Mason Bagios of Kommunity Brew will talk about gut ecology and how to balance your microbiome. He will tell you all about good gut nutrients and pre-biotics and you can sample some of the locally made kombucha.
Dr Peter Dingle’s talk is about probiotics, people and poo, and information about gut health and digestive issues.
There is of course food; nibbles and dinner as part of the presentation and it costs $ 47, or $ 34 concession.
Bookings at email@example.com