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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 20th of November - Sunday 26th of November)

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On 24th November, Subiaco's streets will transform into a Christmas wonderland which will be reminiscent of "ye olde European celebration", but it will be across Rokeby Road!

This annual celebration of all things 'community' is set to be the biggest and best yet with over 145 local producers, makers, retailers and community-based organisations taking over Ardross Street.

This spectacular show will demonstrate why WA is renowned as the swimwear capital of Australia - the State's stunning shores provide ideal inspiration for a style that can go from the beach to cocktail lounge.

Pride is also a month long festival of arts packed with events, performances and activities and these start on Friday 27th October 2017 and go until Saturday, 25th November 2017.

This unique fair features heaps of sellers with a huge range of vintage, retro and modern toys and collectables.

From 10am to 3pm, there will be over 40 local Etsy sellers offering everything from quirky pendants to one of a kind art and everything in between.

Begin your unique 'Perth Upmarket' experience with a coffee in your hand and trawl through a diverse range of quality boutique market stalls.

The Bendigo Bank Music Shell will be holding a Shell Out in the Park and this will be an event for the whole family, and a film will also be screened in the park.

See Thai culture, eat Thai food and bring the whole family.

Learn to twirl fire sticks and learn circus all in one place.

Eco Fashion Week Australia 2017 will celebrate amazing sustainable designs, runway shows, conferences, design and textile art exhibitions, student shows and awards.

I suspect you will not find a greater range of good quality furniture, kitchenware, bric-a-brac white elephant, board games, collectables, camping gear, sporting goods, DVDs, books, white goods, household items and toys, all priced to sell, so hundreds of bargains to choose from.

The summer edition of the market will focus on local makers and play host more than 30 stalls selling locally made gifts and wares such as ceramic planters, artist prints, textiles and jewellery.

You don't have to travel too far from home to find some wonderful family and community Christmas events taking place this year.

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