What’s On in the Southern Gazette area, June 11-18

What’s On in the <i>Southern Gazette</i> area, June 11-18

JOIN authors Anthea Hodgson and Sasha Wasley at Victoria Park Library on June 27, from 6-7.30pm, to celebrate those books that champion love in their pages.

As well as talking about their new books, The Cowgirl and True Blue, the authors will be chatting about romance and writing in general.

All attendees will receive a small gift and a chance at the lucky door book-pack prize.

Books will be available for purchase and signings.

Bookings are essential and can be made online, in person or over the phone.

Visit www.victoriapark.wa.gov.au.

SINGER-songwriter Lee Morunga will perform a free concert at the Belmont Church of Scientology on June 18 from 6.30pm.

Call 9221 7686.

VICTORIA Park Connect will host a seminar for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day at the Perron Centre on June 14 from 9.30-3.30pm.

The seminar, presented by the Office of Public Advocate, will cover topics including enduring powers of attorney, guardianship and how they can protect those 55 years and over into the future.

Entry is a gold coin donation.

Visit www.connectvictoriapark.org.

HENSMAN Street Kindy will hold an open day on June 20 from 4pm.

The open day will give current and prospective families an opportunity to inspect the kindy’s facilities and meet with educators.

Visit www.eventbrite.com.au.

THE City of Belmont will host a free Let’s Talk Diversity event on June 15 at Forster Park Community Centre.

The session will discuss diversity in the community and will enable people to reflect on their perspectives of what diversity truly means.

Whande Group consultancy founder Fadzi Whande will facilitate the conversation.

Details will be made available on how to register in coming weeks.

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