Due to the spread of COVID-19 along with current health and government advice, some upcoming events may have been rescheduled or cancelled. Please check status of events prior to attending with relevant event organisers.
Are you a keen writer or artist and want to have your work published in a community anthology? Free Entry - Open to all ages - Create a story, poem or digital art piece
CommuniTEA Matters, created by the Darling Range Hub for the City of Kalamunda, is suitable for residents of all ages. Visiting the gardens is a great opportunity to meet other local residents, share conversations and make new friendships, all while enjoying barista-made coffee, homemade sandwiches and delicious cakes.
Every Friday morning, the Table of Wisdom is an opportunity for Hub members & friends to get together, exchange information, share thoughts and discuss life and the ever-changing world we live in while enjoying a barista style coffee or cup of tea.
Why not join our group of riders for a morning ride around our rivers or the Mundaring Rail Trail.
The CommuniTEA Matters sessions are always well attended and offer a great opportunity to meet new and old friends, and perhaps discuss what is happening both locally and internationally.
The ASBAS Digital Solutions Program is a government funded program aimed at improving the digital capability of small business owners. Find and register for one of the upcoming events.
Held every Monday over 7-weeks, this course focuses on an introduction to computers. Bookings essential.
An exhibition featuring works by Pat Hartley and Anna Poplawska
The City offers a range of activities to keep kids entertained. Ranging from Library through to recreational. Bookings are required for some activites.
Every Sunday morning - Farmers, producers and artisan gourmet food market.
Join LISA WOODBROOK as she explores the ever-evolving dating world. From swiping right to ghosting, Italian relatives and finding commitment in museums, Lisa has
the right advice for those looking for love.
Held on the First Saturday of Every Month
Stories and Movement - school holiday fun with West Australian Ballet.
Forget-Me-Not Memory Cafes provide a safe, inclusive, non-judgmental and welcoming environment for people living with Memory Loss or Dementia, their family, friends and carers.
1st Wednesday of every month Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre. Morning tea at 10.15am and show at 11am.
Shake off those post-Winter blues at the Perth Hills Spring Festival! Make the most of all that this stunning region has to offer. Held during October & November
Are you Bushfire Ready? Come along to meet our Bushfire Ready Group to learn about keeping safe in this area.
Spring in the Hills has been an annual Photographic Competition and Exhibition organised by Gem Camera Club Kalamunda
These free sessions, run by MercyCare, will inform those who are caring for others about the support they can access in the community. Carers Week is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the amazing contribution carers make to our society.
These meetings provide the opportunity for Elected Members to be equally informed and seek additional information on matters prior to the presentation of such matters to the next Ordinary Council Meeting for formal consideration and decision.
A FREE HelpingMinds workshop to promote mental health and wellbeing during WA Mental Health Week.
Help us plan for the future! Be part of our 'think-tank' as we embark on the four-year review of our Strategic Community Plan.
The court case captivated a nation. A mother accused of murdering her child, her claim – that the baby was taken by a dingo – denied and discredited by zealous police and a flawed legal system. Letters to Lindy draws on this correspondence and interviews with Lindy herself.
Street food with market stalls on Central Mall.
An exhibition featuring works from Shabbi Phelps with guest artist Damien Gavillet