The WA Day event at the Fremantle Esplanade was a little underwhelming as it was mainly for children, but it was still nice to see how multicultural our Australian society is.
How great to know that we live in such a peaceful country in relative harmony with all cultures, religions and skin colours.
There are still too many racists to my liking, and those who mistakingly believe they defend our nation’s values by being intolerant to other cultures.
It is good to reflect sometimes on how privileged we are living in such a stunning part of the world with so many fascinating people in our community.
The first Fremantle Heritage Festival FREO 1960 classic car day in historic High Street in the West End was a huge success with thousands of people flocking to the heritage street to see the stunning collection of classic cars all along the street van Market Street to the Roundhouse.
The few cafes that were open did a roaring trade and the Roundhouse got an abundance of visitors as well.
It was the perfect event for that part of the city and will hopefully become a regular annual event.
Well done to organiser Adin Lang and his team and the City of Fremantle staff involved. A great day!
The Buddhist Society of Western Australia has come up with a novel idea to celebrate WA DAY (formerly Foundation Day) this coming Monday, June 1.
At 2 pm there will be Meditation and Tai Chi on the Fremantle Esplanade. It is a free event that everyone can participate in, so do something for your inner spirit and mental well-being and relax.