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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 26th of February - Sunday 4th of March)

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The Dunsborough Art Festival and Sculpture By The Bay is held every Labour Day March long weekend.

Some of the highlights include a mini fair at Woodbridge Riverside Park, special student performances at Governor Stirling SHS, live music at Guildford Grammar School, a final promenade at Terrace Road and a huge celebratory event in Stirling Square.

Returning to Australia in 2018, the 29th Alliance Franaise French Film Festival is not to be missed.

The Great Cocky Count is a long-term citizen science survey which is the largest survey for black-cockatoos in Western Australia.

The WA Cider Pork Festival returns from the 2nd March to the 5th March, 2018.

This is the 14th Annual Cottesloe Exhibition of Sculptures by the Sea and is, of course, held at the beautiful Cottesloe Beach.

Need an excuse to spend a weekend in our delightful Margaret River region?

There could be few things sweeter than sitting with a glass of wine and a picnic listening to the silky voice of Libby Hammer singing the blues, while the sun sets over the beautiful vines of Upper Reach Winery in the Swan Valley.

Ed Sheeran is best known as the first artist to headline Wembley Stadium in July 2015 without a band, armed only with his trademark loop pedal and guitar.

Holi is also known as the Festival of Colours and it is an "Indi Pop Music Festival" brought to you by the Indian Society of WA.

Thirty years ago Campbell McGready asked his neighbouring viticulturist and long-time friend, Geoff Clarke if he'd like to join him in a day to promote their Porongurup wines.

Flickerfest will be on again in March 2018 and will bring to its audiences, some fabulous films well worth going to, most of which will not ever be shown in mainstream picture theatres.

The Madman Anime Festival is an Australian convention that is devoted to anime and Japanese culture.

The annual Point Walter Concert, supported by Lotterywest, will feature live music, children's entertainment, and a grand fireworks finale to celebrate 50 years as a city.

Delving into the history of war, we see that women are represented in many and varied roles, from the life-saving nurses and medical staff, the munitions workers and support roles, such as drivers, to the work that women did at home to keep the home fires burning.

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