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Events on 20th Oct 2018

Events for 20th Oct 2018

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Garage Sale Trail

garage sale

Garage Sale Trail, the multi-award winning sustainability and community campaign powered by local councils is back in the City of Wanneroo as a weekend long event on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October.

Households, community groups, charities, local businesses and schools in the City of Wanneroo are set to join an estimated 350,000+ Australians as a part of the seventh annual Garage Sale Trail.

Aimed at bringing communities together and promoting reuse, Garage Sale Trail sees more than 150 local councils participate in the Australia-wide initiative each year. In 2017 the event had two primary goals:

  • To see 2 million items listed for reuse on one big weekend of garage sales across the country
  • To enable 120,000 new neighbourly connections over the weekend long event

Mayor Tracey Roberts has welcomed the involvement of the City of Wanneroo and the unique opportunity to promote reuse in a fun and creative way.

“After winning the ‘best newcomer’ award in 2016, The City of Wanneroo is proud to again be actively involved in bringing this national initiative to our residents.”

“Garage Sale Trail helps people to think about how we can all take responsibility for the waste we create - items we reuse don’t end up in council collections or landfill. It’s also a simple way for people to meet other people in their community and fundraise for a great cause.” Mayor Tracey Roberts said.

The initiative is run by Australian not-for-profit Garage Sale Trail Foundation and aims to create positive social and environmental change in communities across Australia.

Registration is free and now open at garagesaletrail.com.au.

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Registration is free at garagesaletrail.com.au
  • Host your sale on Saturday 20 October, Sunday 21 October or do both!
  • 10,000+ forecast garage sales & stalls nationally
  • 350 000+ participants expected nationally

In the Service of Humanity - 60 Years of St John Ambulance in Wanneroo exhibition.

St John's Ambulance Brigade

Discover the history and growth of this amazing volunteer based organisation in a new exhibit at the Wanneroo Regional Museum.

Visiting hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday - 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday - 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Sunday - closed
Public holidays - closed

Inspired by the medieval Knights of St John who offered care and shelter for pilgrims and crusaders, the Order of St John was revived in Victorian England. It formed the St John Ambulance Brigade to put the Order’s humanitarian ideals into practice which spread across the world. Sixty years ago a service was established in Wanneroo quickly becoming a crucial community resource.

Visit during the School Holidays to take part in some fantastic activities with a First Aid theme, dress up as a doctor and tend to patients in a play surgery, find treasures of the past in a new museum clue hunt or craft a skeleton puppet to take home. 

Join us on the 26 September and October 3 between 10:30-12:30pm for a visit from the St John 000 Heroes. Visit includes bandaging demonstrations, the recovery position puzzle board, 000 Hero book and bear readings and more. 

Contact the Wanneroo Regional Museum on 9405 5920 for any queries.

Wanneroo Remembers: The Centenary of Armistice Exhibition

Black and white photograph

This exhibition honours those men that went to war and the loved ones who waited for them.

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday // 10:00am to 4:00pm

Between 1914 and 1918, 23 members of the Wanneroo community served in the ‘War to End All Wars’. In the 100th anniversary year of the end of the global conflict that scarred the beginning of the 20th century, we remember those who served. Some lost their lives, some returned to home and family forever changed by the experience. This exhibition honours those men that went to war and the loved ones who waited for them. 

They include James Dunn Bennett who lost his life in 1915 at Gallipoli on what came to be known as Anzac Day, and Richard William Bettles who was a captured in France in April 1917 and interned as a Prisoner of War at Limburg, Germany until he was repatriated in January 1919. 

Join us for a talk with archaeologist and author Sue Carter on Thursday 25 October 6pm-8pm with her talk: The Archaeology of the Somme. Sue takes you on a journey in the footsteps of one Battalion’s struggle during the Battle of The Somme in 1916. This is a free event, but booking is essential.

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If you have any stories or information about local soldiers in the First World War, the Wanneroo Regional Museum would love to hear from you. Contact us by email: museum@wanneroo.wa.gov.au or call 9405 5920.
 

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