THE Mature Adults Learning Association Inc. will begin a new set of courses on May 4 at the George Burnett Leisure Centre in Karawara.
The topics for the five-week term, running every Friday, include Reading Like a Writer – An Inside View of Literature, Around the Pacific with a Geologist, Women who Made History, Art – A Closer Scene and Catalan History, Culture and Politics.
CODE Camp is partnering with Wesley College to run a school holiday program where children will learn to code and build their very own iPhone or Android app.
The three-day camp will run at the college from April 23-26, from 9am-3pm, for $349. No classes will run April 15. Visit my.codecamp.com.au.
BIRDLIFE WA is holding a morning walk at Tomato Lake in Kewdale on Wednesday, April 18.
People are asked to meet at 8am near the small tearooms off Oats Street.
This walk is open to all and beginners are most welcome; introduce yourself to the leader, Ian, and do not hesitate to ask for assistance with identifying the birds seen. Bring along a chair and morning tea for a chat and bird “roll call” after the walk.
AN Arts Season edition of Vic Park Soup will be held at the Dutch Trading Company tonight, April 17, 6.30pm-8.30pm.
Come and listen to four-minute pitches from up to four people working on art-based projects that will benefit the local community.
For $10 you will get a soup dinner and the chance to vote.
The winning project goes home with all the cash raised at the event.
TUXEDO Junction will put on a cabaret performance at the Harold Hawthorne Community Centre on April 21 from 7pm to 10pm.
Light refreshments and finger food will be available throughout the evening.
Get swept away with these talented a capella singers who will enthrall with jazz and swing music at this cabaret-style event.
Tickets are $25 for adults and children under 12 are $12.
Contact 9470 1155 or email@example.com to book tickets.