Every week we share our Weekend Planner so that you never again have to say “I don’t know what do to this weekend”. Or “what do I do with the kids ?”. So whether you feel like getting out of the house for an adventure. Or sitting in front of the big screen with a choc-top. Maybe even kicking back on the couch all weekend – we’ve got the perfect ideas.
Yagan Square Flower Market
Celebrating the start of the Noongar season Djilba, Yagan Square is hosting an inaugural Flower Market on Saturday 30 July. From 8.00am to 12noon, the market will feature fresh blooms for sale alongside terrarium and pottery workshops, artisan market stalls, live music and free children’s activities.
True Grit Bootcamp
Ok, you’ll have to be pretty hardcore for this one. But if you’re up for a 7 am start on a Sunday morning, head down to Whitfords beach for a free True Grit fitness Bootcamp session. The multi-terrain mini-course will be an awesome opportunity to train and have some fun while truly kick starting your Sunday.
Bookings are essential. Secure your tickets here.
A Hebrew Music Festival
Grace Christian Reformed Church in Joondalup holds a Hebrew-themed music festival inspired by the Hebrew people and the land of Israel. It will be a joyful event filled with well-known praise & worship songs (sung in a Hebrew style,) heart-moving moments and even some traditional Hebrew tunes.
The event is Saturday 30th July and there are two sessions at 3-5 pm and 7-9 pm with hot soup and bread, dessert and other eats provided for free between the sessions. Get your tickets here.
A slice of the Fairbridge Festival
The Fairbridge Festival is one of Australia’s most loved family-friendly, music and camping festival. Sadly, the 2022 festival was cancelled, but that didn’t hold back the event organisers. Catch a slice of Fairbridge Festival in Hoopla Sessions. Sing and dance to the energetic vibes of world, funk, jazz and soul.
Sunday 31st July, Freo Social, 5 – 9pm. Grab your tickets here.
For the TV lovers
The latest release in the Marvel Universe introduces us to Kamala in Ms. Marvel. A teenager who feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home. That is until she gets superpowers like the heroes she’s looked up to. Before the show premiered fans of the MCU were voicing their opinions across the internet. Saying they did not hold high hopes for the story. But now that 6 episodes have aired, the rave reviews are pouring in!
Tune in during Drive each Friday during the 3 pm or 5 pm hour for more ideas on how to spend your time over the weekend! Plus as always the Sonshine Diary also has plenty of other options for your weekend plans and we hope you have a wonderful and safe weekend.