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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 16th of April - Sunday 22nd of April)

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Be prepared for an unforgettable folk, world and roots experience at Fairbridge Festival 2018 and indulge in three days of music, camping, art and entertainment.

At its peak this year on the evening of April 22, you can expect to see up to 20 shooting stars a minute.

The Revelation Film Festival is a school holiday family animation programme, or "Mini Rev", and these types of events were very popular throughout 2017.

This is a competition of short films and is a creative collaboration between the Department of Communities, Revelation Perth International Film Festival and Screenwest.

There are several toy fairs held throughout Perth during the year, however the Nexus Toy and Collectors Fair is one that all true collectors, and those who just like toys, may just find that item they have been looking for.

These traditional skills practised by tradespeople in years gone by that you rarely see today, still have an important role to play in today's modern world.

Take the kids along to the Garden City Shopping Centre in Booragoon and enjoy a range of free school holiday entertainment and activities during the April 2018 school holidays.

The Perth Glendi is a Greek Festival organised by the Greek community of Perth.

The Balingup Small Farm Day will be held on Saturday 21st April, 2018 and gates will open to the public from 9.

The City of Stirling is the largest Council in Western Australia and they have some great events on all year round - this one, although it is a family event, is aimed more specifically for the children, and it is their day to make the most of the entertainment.

Karijini is not an easy destination to get to, but its remote location, tucked away in Western Australia's North West Pilbara region, somehow adds to its allure.

The Bassendean Memorial Library is a hub of activity and a beloved part of the local community.

Starring Jennifer Lawrence and Joel Edgerton star in what can only be described as a disturbing thriller of mind control.

Gelatissimo is a chain of artisan gelato makers that started back in 2002 on King Street in Sydney.

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