Saturday 1 April
Moon Chow: the story of the first Chinese West Australian | City of Perth Library
Head to the City of Perth Library to explore the fascinating story of Moon Chow, pieced together from the fragments of his life that exist in the archives and in local Western Australian legends.
A History of London Court - Museum of Perth | London Court
Designed with the intention of connecting central Hay Street to St Georges Terrace, London Court was the brainchild of mining entrepreneur Claude de Bernales.
Come and learn about the history of London Court at this free exhibition hosted at the Museum of Perth.
Sunday 2 April
City of Perth Band 125th Anniversary Concert | City of Perth LibraryCome and celebrate a milestone as the City of Perth Band marks their 125th Anniversary with a special concert in the Perth Town Hall featuring guest soloist Dr Robert Childs on Euphonium. Bookings required.
Unearthing the Bishop's Garden | City of Perth LibraryJoin the Australian Garden History Society of WA for an illustrated presentation on how Bishop Hale's garden, Bishop House was revealed by researching his personal diaries that are now at Hale School. Book here.
Monday 3 to Friday 7 April
ICONS. Australian Design | Council HouseThis free exhibition is organised by the Design Institute of Australia and features over 100 iconic mid to late 20th century products designed in Australia. It’s a free exhibition, held in the Council House Foyer, and will be open 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
Big Boom Tour | iCity Kiosk ToursDiscover the ‘boom’ created by gold in the 1890s, the surge of growth, wealth and prosperity that followed and the enduring presence of this era throughout our city.
This is guided walking tour which explores sites such as, the Globe Hotel, King Street, Perth Railway Station, the Royal Hotel, City Hotel, Prince Lane, His Majesty’s Theatre, and Glyde Chambers.
Art City Tour | iCity Kiosk Tours
On this guided walking tour, we will explore a selection of public artworks that showcase our evolving CBD and Northbridge.
This includes, the Wolf Lane Arts precinct, Spanda (Christian de Vietri, 2015) at Elizabeth Quay, Waterline (Jon Tarry, 2018) at Yagan Square, and many more.
Saturday 8 April
Boorloo Family Fun Day | Forrest Place
Head to the Boorloo Family Fun Day to take part in amazing free workshops, make something special with the art of Origami, or just grab a bite to eat from one of the many nearby eateries and enjoy engaging cultural and musical performances on stage.
You may even get a visit from a very special Easter guest!
Nyumbi | WA Museum Boola Bardip
Experience a celebration of Nyoongar culture through song, dance and language, as local performers share their rich culture and history.
Every Saturday at 11am, visitors are invited to experience this 45-minute, free event, including a smoking ceremony and celebration dance from a different Nyoongar group each week.
Sunday 9 April
Workshop - Ringing Bells at the Bell Tower | The Bell Tower
The Bell Tower Ringers are offering an introductory bell ringing workshop – come and find out what it’s really all about and try your hand at ringing a bell. It won’t be what you expect! Book now.
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