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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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 Coming Up...

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Membership is required

Cost $10
Date Friday 07-Feb-2020
9 weeks
Time 8:00am (1 hr, 30 min)
(Call for enrolment info)

Walkers enjoy meeting for a brisk walk of up to one hour. We then enjoy a coffee at leisure at the designated caf. Members may shorten the walk to suit their needs and wait for others to return, however it is important to be aware that some areas involve hilly terrain and may not be suitable for all.

Cost $17, $12 for Members
Date Sunday 09-Feb-2020
Single session
Time 10:00am (7 hr)
(Call for enrolment info)

Join us on the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galleries, a full day of behind-the-scenes insights into the 2020 Perth Festival Visual Arts program. The day starts and finishes at the Perth Cultural Centre and a bus will take us to galleries located elsewhere. A schedule of the talks, tours and performances will be available on Enrolment Day.

Cost $17, $12 for Members
Date Tuesday 11-Feb-2020
Single session
Time 10:00am (1 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
(Call for enrolment info)

85 years since its inception, the Royal Flying Doctor Service continues to live up to its motto: the furthest corner, the finest care. With a waiting room of 2.5 million square kilometres, the Royal Flying Doctor Service provides 24-hour aeromedical emergency services that can reach anywhere, no matter how remote. Come along to hear how, combined with telehealth consultations, fly-in fly-out GP and Nurse Clinics, mobile dental services, patient transfers and other essential health services, they are constantly working to ensure that regional WA can access the health outcomes they need.

Membership is required

Cost $10
Date Tuesday, Friday 11-Feb-2020
9 weeks
Time 1:00pm (3 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
(Call for enrolment info)

Social Mah Jong afternoons are held for experienced players on Tuesdays and Fridays and include afternoon tea. Players must know the basic rules of the Western Game and be confident in game play. The $10 registration entitles members to play on either or both days. A session card (valid for one year) must be purchased prior to attendance for $65. This entitles members to 10 attendances. Due to the size of the room and equipment supplies there will be a maximum of 15 tables available on each day catering for 60 members at each session. No beginners classes are scheduled at this time.

Cost $49, $44 for Members
Date Wednesday 12-Feb-2020
Single session
Time 10:30am (3 hr, 30 min)
(Call for enrolment info)

City Farm was once a polluted industrial site. It is now a vibrant urban garden, a community resource and sustainability education centre run on permaculture principles by volunteers. Our guide will shows us around and tell us about the evolution of this fascinating place. After the tour we will visit the City Farm Caf, renowned for its excellent food made with fresh farm produce, organic coffee and a generous assortment of luncheon dishes. This will be a shared meal (included in price).

Cost $17, $12 for Members
Date Thursday 13-Feb-2020
Single session
Time 10:00am (1 hr)
Venue Grove Library Precinct Grove Community Room
(Call for enrolment info)

As an experienced sports administrator, Troy Kirkham has a passion for community sport and the wider societal benefits that it can provide. A 2016 Churchill Fellow, Troy works for the WA Football Commission (WAFC) in overseeing the development and growth of school and community football across WA. He will talk about his Fellowship research, provide some tips for parents and grandparents regarding community sport, and provide an overview of the WAFCs focus on engaging and enhancing the WA community through football.