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The Westcoast Community Centre provides a congenial meeting place for the local community to increase their knowledge and skills through a variety of courses, talks and visits to places of interest.

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Cost $47, $42 for Members
Date Sunday 26-May-2019
Single session
Time 11:00am (3 hr)
Full (Full)

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Most Western Australians know about the bushranger Moonlight Joe, born Joseph Bolitho Johns. Far fewer know about John Boyle O'Reilly, who escaped Fremantle Prison in 1869 on an American Whaling Vessel. When he got to Boston he wrote the novel Moondyne, based on Johns adventures. Together in this play, they discuss their experiences in the Swan River Colony.

Cost $16, $11 for Members
Date Monday 27-May-2019
Single session
Time 10:00am (2 hr, 20 min)
(Open)

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Join WCC friends at a Classics of the Silver Screen morning movie date! This term we enjoy Call Me Madam, a musical starring Ethel Merman and Donald OConnor. Where possible the program includes live organ music and short films, cartoons and nostalgic items, bringing back memories and giving you a genuine community picture show experience like those you remember.

Cost $17, $12 for Members
Date Tuesday 28-May-2019
Single session
Time 10:00am (1 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
(Open)

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Little did William Mills know that in his bid to leave behind the dreary life that awaited him in England, his escape to Australia in 1887 would result in his meeting Henry Ware or that their enterprise, Mills & Ware Pty Ltd, would become a household name. It took Mary Marshall, grandniece of William Mills, 16 years to piece together her family history. She will talk about her book The Biscuit Factory: Stories of a Fremantle Family, her memories of living in the shadow of the Mills & Ware factory and life as a little girl growing up in Fremantle. Mary will have copies of her book available for purchase after the talk.

Membership is required

Cost $5
Date Wednesday 29-May-2019
2 weeks
Time 9:30am (2 hr, 30 min)
3 places remaining (Open)

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The Embroidery group meets in a private home each term to share helpful advice, knowledge of different techniques and skills as they work on their current embroidery projects including tapestry, patchwork and quilting. New embroiderers are always welcome. MEMBERS ONLY.

Cost $15, $10 for Members
Date Wednesday 29-May-2019
Single session
Time 11:00am (1 hr)
(Open)

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Harvey House has been on the State Register of Heritage Places since 2002 and is well worth a visit. Join us for a walk through medical history dating back to the 1900s, including rooms set up with old medical equipment passed on from private donations and public hospitals and interpretive displays of medical events important to the history of Western Australia. Harvey House is in Barker Road, at the bottom of the KEMH site.

Cost $30, $25 for Members
Date Wednesday 29-May-2019
Single session
Time 7:30pm (2 hr)
(Closed)

Come along and enjoy an evening with fellow WCC members at The Kitchen Sink by Tom Wells. It has been described as an earthy, heart-warming and laugh-out loud production.