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Events for 30 April 2021
Looking for a new piece of art? Look no further! Armadale Society of Artists (ASA) Pop-Up-Shop is giving away a free original artwork each day of the Armadale Arts Festival. To be in the running, all you have to do is pick up a voucher from the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre or the Minnawarra Art Awards Exhibition at the Armadale District Hall and drop it into the raffle box at the ASA Pop-Up-Shop. Good luck!.Find out more »
In the town of Wagga Wagga during the 1930s, mill workers began to sew jute flour bags together with a packing needle and twine to create blankets for keeping warm. Over the years, women added pieces of clothing, old cloth and padding and the 'domestic Wagga' was born.
This group exhibition celebrates the humble textile Wagga: its history, new beginning and creative uprising. Proudly brought to you by Waterwheel Gallery and the wonderful women of the Unfinished Object Creatives (UFOs).
This session details how and why the Cunard Queens were built, their impact on Britain’s recovery from the Great Depression and their outstanding military service during World War II.
Maritime Historian Chris Frame traces the links between Cunard and the Queens, their contribution to the boom in tourism and commerce in the 1940s and 1950s, and their decline and retirement.
With wonderful historic video of both ships being launched, this session is not to be missed! Bookings are essential.Find out more »
Love to belt out a few tunes? Why not join in the fun at the Narrogin Inne every Friday night during the Armadale Arts Festival. Under the direction of beloved local Katherine John, and featuring live musicians, Pop-up Pub Choir is not to be missed!
No solos, no sheet music, no experience necessary. Just come by yourself or with your mates and try some harmonies! Doors open at 7pm, warming of the vocal cords commence at 7:30pm.