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.
Inspired by his last two life-changing trips, John Eden presents Karijini Dreaming, an exhibition exploring the iconic West Australian landscape.
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.
Come and join the Kalamunda Probus Club and listen to Dr Mike Donaldson speak about the topic of Ancient Rock Art of North-West WA - priceless Aboriginal heritage in the Kimberely and Pilbara regions.
Come and say hello at our pop-up at the shops! We want to hear your thoughts on the City of Kalamunda's Big Picture vision for community facilities. Stop by, chat with City staff, and share your ideas for a better Kalamunda.
Drag, circus, burlesque, music and performance arts … a rapid-fire variety show like no other!
We are inviting community to join us to find out more and have your say on the City's Big Picture vision for community facilities. This is your chance to provide feedback and shape the future of your community facilities. Come and share your ideas and help us build a better Kalamunda for everyone.
Featuring four experts from Freestyle Now who specialise in scootering, skateboarding, riding BMX and roller-skating and are equipped to teach you all the tips, tricks and skills you'll need to know! The clinics are open to anyone! From beginners still trying to find their feet, to experts perfecting their skills.
The third concert in our NEW Singer Songwriter Series. Helen Shanahan’s songs ride the joys and sorrows of love and life and draw the listener into an articulate and heartfelt world of story, melody and guitar, as seen through her eyes. The Perth based artist is a graduate from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of Council will be held in the Council Chambers, Administration Centre, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda, on: Monday, 26 June 2023 commencing at 6.30pm
For Parents and Carers of Children aged 4 - 12 years.
This meeting of full Council meets to receive the reports and recommendations presented by the Standing Committees in order to determine the actions to be implemented.
Join us for an afternoon of activities to kick off this year's NAIDOC Week celebrations.
For NAIDOC Week 2023, Author Alton Walley shares some of his beautiful renderings of traditional Indigenous stories.
A quality music-based show after a sociable morning tea: KPAC's Morning Music shows are a regular monthly treat!
Learn about Aboriginal Culture, bush tucker, bush medicine and more with Uncle Neville Collard during NAIDOC Week 2023.
The City of Kalamunda is celebrating NAIDOC Week through an exhibition featuring totems and dolls created by the community through a series of workshops exploring traditional weaving and binding techniques.
Come and join the Kalamunda Probus Club and listen to Injury Matters speak about injury prevention - move, improve, remove. This is a free event.
Inviting all 4-7 year olds to come on a sustainability journey with Milli and Jenny.
Winter Solstice at Lesmurdie Library.
A Refugee Week event at High Wycombe Library.
Join us for rhymes & stories celebrating NAIDOC week.
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.
It is a requirement to register your attendance when visiting venues. To make it easier, download the SafeWA app now via the WA Government website. Please do not attend the event if you are feeling unwell.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.