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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 12th of November - Sunday 18th of November)

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The Consular Corps of WA Inc.

The hub is a place for community-based activities in Hamilton Hill, and works to be a safe place where people from all walks of life are able to engage in fun, community-based activities.

The goods on display all being donations received either through ParaQuad's network of charity bins situated throughout the Perth Metropolitan area or through their on-site donation point.

Australia's largest festival of Latin American cinema.

As a festival tour, Top Dog will pay a screening royalty each time your film is screened rather than a one-off festival prize.

From BAFTA-winning writer Jeff Pope (Philomena) and starring Steve Coogan and John C.

Central Park is an office building situated in the heart of the CBD, with a lovely park that is often bustling with the busy city crowds.

The second installment of the Fantastic Beasts is coming out in November, why not see it and support a local not-for-profit at the same time?

The fun-filled family community multicultural event is in its 7th successful year.

The Hub is opening its doors to the public for its first open day so drop in, meet the people involved in the day to day running of the Hub, as well as some of the friendly workshop facilitators and enjoy free pizza and coffee.

A full-on animal art safari for kids and families.

Join in at the 2018 World of Food Festival taking place Sunday 18 November at Governmant House Gardens 11am - 3pm.

My Family Photo is celebrating Christmas with special styled mini-sessions at the Secret Garden in Gwelup (also known as the Careniup Wetlands), for one day only, on Sunday the 18th November.

From 9am to 5pm each day, this free outdoor event will see over 60 designer and artisan stalls showcasing the best independently made art, design, fashion and homewares available from Western Australian artists.

Join in for a Family Fun Day sponsored by the City of Cockburn.

Seniors, family friends are invited to hear operatic favourites, musical theatre gems, and songs by Ol' Blue Eyes, performed by singers Penny Shaw, Robert Hofmann, pianist Lea Hayward.



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