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A FAIR THING
Swag Antique Fair
9 TO 10 APRIL
Where: Midland Town Hall.
See antique jewellery, 19th century
porcelain, antique clocks and
watches, old books and much
more. For further information,
call 9402 0153.
York Antique &
23 TO 25 APRIL
Where: The York Town Hall,
Henrietta Street, York.
The 26th annual fair will feature
a range of antiques, bric a
brac, jewellery, furniture and
Entry is $5 for adults, children
under 12 years admitted free.
Antique & Collectables
Where: Midland Town Hall.
Presented by The Collectibles
Society of WA (Inc), this fair will
feature antique and vintage items
including china, linen, books,
clocks, toys and more. Close to
buses and train station. Admission
is $3 for adults with accompanied
child under 12 admitted free.
Refreshments will be available.
For enquiries, call 0430 019 030.
SUMMER MIGHT BE OVER, BUT THERE'S STILL PLENTY TO DO HERE IN WA.
Gooseberry Hill Arts &
Crafts Exhibition and Sale
9 TO 10 APRIL
Where: Ledger Rd Community Hall.
A wide range of paintings, pottery,
woodwork, jewellery, art glass,
gourmet preserves, greeting
cards, woodcraft, handmade
soaps, candles, woolwork, floral
arrangements and cottage craft
will be available. For further
information call Anne or Chris
Airey on 9572 3228.
The Elusive Light
UNTIL 10 APRIL
Where: Heathcote Museum and
This exhibition will feature works
by Stephen Armitstead and Lia
McKnight, including their first
ever collaborative work. All
works relate to the word 'light'
and its various meanings and the
exhibition is intended to be a
spatial and sensorial experience
The York Society
16 TO 25 APRIL
Where: The Gallery, Sandalwood
Yards, Avon Tce
Held annually, the York Society
Photographic Awards are open to
all Western Australian residents.
The images capture all aspects of
life in WA and prizes are awarded
across a range of categories. For
more information, call 9641 1276 or
West Australian Guild
of China Painters' 2011
Where: Guildford Town Hall.
An exhibition of hand painted
porcelain by Australia's oldest
china painting guild, the West
Australian Guild of China Painters.
Free escorted tours are offered to
the public at 11am and 2pm daily.
Entry is free and the exhibition
is open from 10am to 4.30pm.
For further information visit
Where: Colourlust Art Space,
Unit 1, 3 Coventry Pde, North
Rottnest, Naturally is the
second solo exhibition by realist
landscape artist, Susan Sheppard.
Vivid colours, idyllic bays and
the humorous antics of birds and
seals provide a visual delight. Visit
susansheppard.com.au to learn
Where: The Boardwalk,
Awards is a unique event
which engages artists,
schoolchildren and the
public with innovative
sculpture at a readily
accessible regional location.
This event includes daily
guided tours, a program for
schools and a free forum
entitled Sculpture with a
Conscience. To find out more
contact the City of Rockingham
on 9528 0325 or email events@
All Australian Car Day VIII
Where: Waroona Town Oval,
South West Highway, Waroona.
The 100 Per Cent Smoke Free All
Australian Car Day VIII is a family
friendly event with something
for everyone. In addition to the
display of classic Australian cars
visitors will be able to browse
the huge market area featuring a
variety of goods. There's a range
of great country foods, regional
wine and gourmet produce in
the hall, games, rides and face
painting for the kids, free scenic
bus tours and an all day outdoor
Best of Baroque
Where: St Mary's Cathedral.
Paul Dyer makes his debut with
WASO to open this series of
concerts. The acclaimed artistic
director will lead the WASO
Chamber Players in some of
the most charming music of
the Baroque period, all directed
from the harpsichord.
To find out more, visit
19 to 29 May.
The 100 Per Cent Smoke
Free All Australian
Car Day VIII, Waroona
Town Oval, 10 April.
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