Aug
23
12:30pm12:30pm

Triple P - Guiding Children's Behaviour

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

FREE PARENTING DISCUSSION SESSIONS – for EVERY PARENT

Positive Parenting Program - Term 3 2017

Dads and mums are invited to attend free parenting seminars to learn practical, 
positive and effective ways to:

- strengthen bonds;

- encourage social and language skills;

- develop emotional self-regulation, independence and problem solving;

- manage common behavioural concerns.

Research has demonstrated the acceptability of the strategies across cultures.

Parents may choose to attend one or both of the following discussion sessions:



When: Wednesday 23 August - Guiding Children’s Behaviour

Wednesday 6 Sept - Exploring Challenging Behaviour

Time: 12.30pm to 2.30pm

Venue: Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway on Hovea Street

Crèche: Free – however bookings are essential

Cost: Free – however bookings are essential

Parents and carers of children aged 0 to 8 years are welcome to attend.

Contact the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway for more information, and to book:

www.childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 |rangeway@ngala.com.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Aug
25
4:00pm 4:00pm

ASTRO ROCKS FEST

25-26th AUGUST
Astro Fest 25th August
Rocks Fest 26th August

Head inland to celebrate awesome night sky and ancient rocks of the Murchison Geo Region

Special guests Badimaya speaker, Gami Ollie George NAIDOC Male Elder of the Year and Lannah Sawers - Diggins author "Red Dust Dreams" Finalist International Book Awards

Celebrity presenters in astronomy and geology and out of this world activities. 

Book a stall or display and sell gemstones and rocks (no charge). All events free.

www.mtmagnet-astrorocks.com

Who to contact for enquiries: Karen Morrissey 99634172 M: 0427635828

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Aug
26
8:00am 8:00am

Geraldton SUP Fest

Stand Up Paddleboard competition:
After the successful National SUP Titles in Geraldton in 2016 we will keep our amazing town and beaches on the map for another Stand Up surf event. The plan is to build on the experiences we will gain and make this event bigger and better over the years to come.
For this to happen WE NEED YOU!
This year we will hold a SUP surf event in five categories: open women, open men, men over 40, men over 50 and JUNIORS! It is one of the few SUP surf events in Australia to cater for juniors - the future of our sport.
More info and updates on facebook event page 'Geraldton SUP Fest'

Who to contact for enquiries: Larry & Conny 0417 521 808

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Aug
27
10:00am10:00am

SPRING FAIR 2017

Come on over to The Leaning Tree Community School's annual Spring Fair & enjoy the many activities, crafts, flavours & sounds of SPRING!
Raffles, maypole dancing & much more...

Who to contact for enquiries: Leaning Tree Community School 99646555

spring fair poster FINAL
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Aug
29
5:30pm 5:30pm

Protective Behaviours program for dads, mums and professionals

  • 28 Durlacher Street, Geraldton (old Jokerama store) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Find out how you can support your child to keep safe.

Delivered in schools, Protective Behaviours gives children the tools to understand the ownership of their body, the difference between surprises and secrets and knowing whether they feel safe or unsafe. It empowers them to get help and talk to someone if they feel unsafe.

This workshop will provide you with the information you need to provide further support.

93% of child sexual abuse offenders are people that the child and the parents know and trust.

Bookings are essential, places are limited.

Choose the morning or evening sessions:

Mornings

Tuesdays 5 and 12 September, 9.00am to 12.00pm at the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway, entrance off Hovea Street

Evenings

Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August. 5.30pm to 8.00pm at 28 Durlacher Street, Geraldton (old Jokerama dance/costume store)

Free crèche available for morning sessions, upon booking. Refreshments and materials provided.

childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 |rangeway@ngala.com.au
 

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Aug
31
4:00pm 4:00pm

Chat & Chomp for service providers and professionals

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join other early years agencies to reconnect, share plans and expand your network.

*Speed dating style*

Thursday 31 August 2017, 4.00pm to 5.00pm at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, on Hovea Street.

Bring flyers, posters, business cards etc to give out.

RSVP by Friday 25 August to rangeway@ngala.com.au or 9921 6814

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Aug
31
5:30pm 5:30pm

Protective Behaviours program for dads, mums and professionals

  • 28 Durlacher Street, Geraldton (old Jokerama store) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Find out how you can support your child to keep safe.

Delivered in schools, Protective Behaviours gives children the tools to understand the ownership of their body, the difference between surprises and secrets and knowing whether they feel safe or unsafe. It empowers them to get help and talk to someone if they feel unsafe.

This workshop will provide you with the information you need to provide further support.

93% of child sexual abuse offenders are people that the child and the parents know and trust.

Bookings are essential, places are limited.

Choose the morning or evening sessions:

Mornings

Tuesdays 5 and 12 September, 9.00am to 12.00pm at the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway, entrance off Hovea Street

Evenings

Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August. 5.30pm to 8.00pm at 28 Durlacher Street, Geraldton (old Jokerama dance/costume store)

Free crèche available for morning sessions, upon booking. Refreshments and materials provided.

childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 |rangeway@ngala.com.au
 

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
2
10:00am10:00am

Chapman Valley Show

  • Nanson Showgrounds, 26kms from NWCH Chapman Valley Rd (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Local Agricultural Show in the heart of Chapman Valley. Competitions, Exhibitions, Stalls, Displays, Events, Food & Sideshow Alley.
Something for the whole Family
$15 Adults, $5 Pensioners, Kids (under 16 FREE)
NO EFTPOS available.
Pensioner Community Bus available through trybooking.comfor a return trip Geraldton to Showgrounds.

Who to contact for enquiries: Liz Eliott-Lockhart 0427205069

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Sep
4
9:30am 9:30am

Baby First Aid

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Free baby CPR session and question time with St John Ambulance. This session aims to increase parents' confidence to manage unconsciousness, first aid emergencies and to recognise when an ambulance might be required.

9.00am to 10.00am at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway on Hovea Street.

Term 2: Thursday 22 June

Term 3: Monday 4 September

Term 4: Monday 13 November
Free creche available. Spaces are limited, book your spot now by telephoning 9921 6814 or emailing rangeway@ngala.com.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
5
9:00am 9:00am

Protective Behaviours program for dads, mums and professionals

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Find out how you can support your child to keep safe.

Delivered in schools, Protective Behaviours gives children the tools to understand the ownership of their body, the difference between surprises and secrets and knowing whether they feel safe or unsafe. It empowers them to get help and talk to someone if they feel unsafe.

This workshop will provide you with the information you need to provide further support.

93% of child sexual abuse offenders are people that the child and the parents know and trust.

Bookings are essential, places are limited.

Choose the morning or evening sessions:

Mornings

Tuesdays 5 and 12 September, 9.00am to 12.00pm at the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway, entrance off Hovea Street

Evenings

Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August. 5.30pm to 8.00pm at 28 Durlacher Street, Geraldton (old Jokerama dance/costume store)

Free crèche available for morning sessions, upon booking. Refreshments and materials provided.

childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 |rangeway@ngala.com.au 
 

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
6
10:00am10:00am

Mingenew Irwin Group Spring Field Day

Mingenew Irwin Group presents their 2017 Spring Field Day. 

Topics include:
Investigating the soil profile
Tactical Nitrogen Strategies
Wheat pre-em herbicide strategies
New lupin variety launch
Fenceline weed management options
Your Digital Ag Future
Increasing your Spraying efficiencies
And lots more… 

Who to contact for enquiries: Phone: 99281645 Email: admin@mig.org.au

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Sep
6
12:30pm12:30pm

Triple P - Exploring Challenging Behaviour

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


FREE PARENTING DISCUSSION SESSIONS – for EVERY PARENT

Positive Parenting Program - Term 3 2017

Dads and mums are invited to attend free parenting seminars to learn practical, 
positive and effective ways to:

- strengthen bonds;

- encourage social and language skills;

- develop emotional self-regulation, independence and problem solving;

- manage common behavioural concerns.

Research has demonstrated the acceptability of the strategies across cultures.

Parents may choose to attend one or both of the following discussion sessions:



When: Wednesday 23 August - Guiding Children’s Behaviour

Wednesday 6 Sept - Exploring Challenging Behaviour

Time: 12.30pm to 2.30pm

Venue: Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway on Hovea Street

Crèche: Free – however bookings are essential

Cost: Free – however bookings are essential

Parents and carers of children aged 0 to 8 years are welcome to attend.

Contact the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway for more information, and to book:

www.childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 |rangeway@ngala.com.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
7
to Sep 8

WA Threatened Species Forum

To address the decline of Australia’s threatened species, Natural Resource Management WA (NRM WA) and Western Australia’s seven regional NRM groups, together with the Department of Parks and Wildlife, are pleased to host the WA Threatened Species Forum – which will be held in Geraldton, WA on 7-8 September 2017.

This will be the second time the WA Threatened Species Forum will be held in Geraldton, with the inaugural event in 2015 bringing together more than 180 people from a cross-section of society with a common concern for WA’s animals and plants.

The WA Threatened Species Forum will provide an opportunity to inform attendees on the priorities of current national, state and regional threatened species strategies; and an opportunity for attendees to share information on activities and interventions, science and solutions for protecting and recovering Western Australia’s threatened plants and animals. This forum will also support regional communities by creating awareness about current and future challenges and opportunities, ensuring a more action-based, prioritised, targeted, and coordinated approach to managing the threats and conserving the habitat of our animals and plants, thus giving them a better opportunity to survive and thrive.

Fore more information please visit http://www.nacc.com.au/project/2017-wa-threatened-species-forum/

Who to contact for enquiries: Jessica Stingemore on 9938 0106 or jessica.stingemore@nacc.com.au

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Sep
9
2:00pm 2:00pm

Homegrown Music Festival

  • Stow Gardens, Geraldton Foreshore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Some of the best musical talent to come out of Geraldton will unite for the first ever Homegrown Music Festival. 

Featuring headline act Alex the Kid, a swag of awesome local music acts will play to a packed out Foreshore with the live music accompanying everything from entertainment, tasty food, thirst-quenching drinks and thrilling rides.

Alex the Kid will be joined by Jasmine Gannaway, Dear Soldier, C4, Glass Wave, Lost n Late and the winner of the Battle of the Bands music competition.

Homegrown will start pumping at Stow Gardens from 2pm on Saturday 9 September and conclude at 8.30pm. The music festival is an all ages, drug and alcohol free event.

The City of Greater Geraldton is proud to deliver Homegrown with the support of Opus Music, headspace Geraldton, Rio Tinto, Geraldton PCYC, Liquid Rock Studio and Spirit 98.1.

For more information about Homegrown Music Festival, visit www.cgg.wa.gov.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Peter Treharne, Youth Vibrancy Officer, 9956 6600

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Sep
12
9:00am 9:00am

Protective Behaviours program for dads, mums and professionals

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Find out how you can support your child to keep safe.

Delivered in schools, Protective Behaviours gives children the tools to understand the ownership of their body, the difference between surprises and secrets and knowing whether they feel safe or unsafe. It empowers them to get help and talk to someone if they feel unsafe.

This workshop will provide you with the information you need to provide further support.

93% of child sexual abuse offenders are people that the child and the parents know and trust.

Bookings are essential, places are limited.

Choose the morning or evening sessions:

Mornings

Tuesdays 5 and 12 September, 9.00am to 12.00pm at the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway, entrance off Hovea Street

Evenings

Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August. 5.30pm to 8.00pm at 28 Durlacher Street, Geraldton (old Jokerama dance/costume store)

Free crèche available for morning sessions, upon booking. Refreshments and materials provided.

childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 |rangeway@ngala.com.au 
 

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
17
8:00am 8:00am

RUKPA Plant Sale

Rangeway Utakarra Karloo Progress Assoc. are having another plant sale!! Lots of variety. Come down and grab a bargain. There will also be a small raffle on the day and you could win a prize! 
All profits stay in RUK to support our local community.

Who to contact for enquiries: Corryne 0427513824

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Sep
19
9:30am 9:30am

Group Facilitation - Ngala Practice Development

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

For service providers who work with parents, children and families. Sessions offer up to date information drawing on the latest research.

This interactive session provides staff with the opportunity to explore and develop a deeper understanding of the process of facilitating a group. This session is most beneficial for staff who facilitate education workshops and community groups.

Spaces are limited so please book early.

Tuesday 19 September; 9.30am to 12.30pm at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway on Hovea Street.

Cost: $100.00 including GST

Please request registration form by emailing rangeway@ngala.com.au or calling 9921 6814.

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
20
9:00am 9:00am

Understanding and managing children's sleep - Ngala Practice Development

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

For service providers who work with parents, children and families. Sessions offer up to date information drawing on the latest research.

This interactive session provides staff with the opportunity to explore the underlying issues that affect sleep and develop a deeper understanding of the impact brain development and attachment has on infant and children’s sleep. Sleep and settling strategies are discussed from a strengths-based, solutions-focused perspective.

Spaces are limited so please book early.

Wednesday 20 September; 9am to 12pm at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway on Hovea Street.

Cost: $100.00 including GST

Please request registration form by emailing rangeway@ngala.com.auor calling 9921 6814.

Who to contact for enquiries:Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
21
9:30am 9:30am

Building Brains - Ngala Practice Development

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Ngala Practice Development sessions aims to enhance practice for service providers who work with parents, children and families. Sessions offer up to date information drawing on the latest research.

An interactive session that provides information and up to date research on early brain development and its association with behaviour and learning. Practical ideas are demonstrated to help impart this knowledge in easy to understand ways when working with families of young children.

Spaces limited, so please book early. Cost: $100.00 including GST

Thursday 21 September, 9.30am to 12.30pm at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street.

To request the registration form please email rangeway@ngala.com.au or call 99216814

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Sep
23
to Sep 24

Bunjil Rocks BioBlitz

  • Bunjil Rock (near Perenjori) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Ever wanted to discover a new species or unearth a rare plant?

Northern Agricultural Catchments Council, Yarra Yarra Catchment Management Group and Moore Catchment Council are co-hosting the 2017 Bunjil Rocks BioBlitz.

A BioBlitz is a 24-hour event involving rapid collection of data about the biological diversity of a particular site; enabling scientists and other experts to identify as many plant and animal species as can be found in this limited time frame. 

It doesn’t provide a complete inventory of species, but rather a ‘snapshot’ of the species that occur in the area.

There will be lots to learn at the 2017 BioBlitz at Bunjil Rocks. Participants will have the opportunity to help put-out motion sensor cameras, echo-location devices, pit-fall traps, mist nests, cage traps, sand pad traps and more.

Who to contact for enquiries:For more information please visit http://www.nacc.com.au/project/bioblitz/ or contact the BioBlitz Organising Team Jessica Stingemore on jessica.stingemore@nacc.com.au or 9938 0106 Lizzie King on lizzie.king@nacc.com.au or 9973 1444 Rachel Walmsley on mcc.nrmo@bigpond.com or 9653 1355

Start Date and Time: 23 Sep 2017 10:00 AM

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Sep
27
8:00pm 8:00pm

Beatlemania on Tour

  • Queens Park Theatre 75 Cathedral Avenue, Geraldton, WA, 6530 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The international hit tribute show, Beatlemania on Tour, will see audiences relive the heyday of one of the world’s favourite pop acts when it takes place at Queens Park Theatre on the 27th of September.

The spectacular two-hour show recreates a true Beatles experience with stunning costumes, state-of-the-art lighting and production, replica instruments, and all songs performed with exquisite attention to detail and in their original key.

Over 30 of the Beatles biggest and most treasured hits will be performed live on stage including Can’t Buy Me Love, All My Loving, Please Please Me, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, She Loves You, Day Tripper, Nowhere Man, Help, Yellow Submarine, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Hey Jude and more.

Making up the band is four Australian performers, Cameron Charters who sings live as Paul McCartney, Zac Coombs as John Lennon, Brent McMullen as George Harrison and Ben Harper as Ringo. 

Following sold-out shows across the US, Canada, Dubai, Hong Kong, New Zealand and South Africa, Beatlemania on Tour has proven to be a must-see spectacular for all Beatles fans!

Visit beatlemaniaontour.com for ticketing and further information.

Who to contact for enquiries: Boxoffice: (08) 9956 6662

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Sep
30
to Oct 1

Sets In The Park U18's

Grab a ticket and enjoy the night with some of the best dj's, will be fully enclosed venue, thumping speaker system and an array of sound activated lights !

DJ'S

Moonshine (Geraldton)
Fatso (Geraldton)
COYLE (Perth) 
Marc Tindale (Perth) 

Gates open 4pm
Event finishes 12pm
Drug & Alcohol free event

Who to contact for enquiries: Tom 0481453343

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Oct
1
10:00am10:00am

Geraldton Greenough Sunshine Festival 2017

The Geraldton Greenough Sunshine Festival is in its 59th year! It's a community run event for the community. The event will be held on Sunday 1st October from 10am until 6 pm. Some of the activities include the Iluka Float Parade, PCYC Climbing wall, Apex kids Games ,Pet Parade by Geraldton Dog Rescue, Wheel Chair sports activities & games by Atlas, Rangers Service Community Safety Day, TAFE cooking demo's, Dragon Boat classic/Geraldton Yacht Club, Volleyball against Violence games, Geraldton Fisherman's Coop Rope Coiling , A variety of local food stalls, Craft stalls and On stage entertainment all day for kids and adults

Who to contact for enquiries: Ian Fisher 0401 622157

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Oct
6
6:00pm 6:00pm

Light the Night Geraldton

  • Geraldton Foreshore (near Dome), Foreshore Drive, Geraldton WA 6530 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us for an inspiring walk in Geraldton. 

Bring your family and friends along to enjoy a BBQ or picnic before the walk.

Now in its tenth year, Light the Night is a unique event bringing Australia’s blood cancer community together in more than 100 locations to remember and reflect during a moving ceremony and short lantern walk.

When you register you’ll reserve your lantern and the Leukaemia Foundation will send you a fundraising kit packed with all the tools and tips you need to be the light.

Those attending raise money beforehand to help give local families facing blood cancer the emotional and practical support that will light the way forward.

For more information or to register, head to https://lightthenight.org.au/event/geraldton.

We hope to see you there!

Who to contact for enquiries: Leukaemia Foundation - 1800 500 088

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Oct
15
10:30am10:30am

sheDance... an embodiment journey

*** sheDance *** hello Geraldton women ***

Sick of the mundane and want more from life? 
Ready to awaken and find the real you? 

Come immerse in self-love and connection... 
An embodiment journey of movement, touch, sound and breath... 

A half day Womens Circle event... Bring a friend!
Opening internal gateways to heal and step into fierce freedom. 

Are you WAITING for something awesome to happen to you? 
YES, this is it! Come join us... 

Sunday 15th October 2017 10:30am - 3:30pm
Event Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-taster-geraldton-tickets-36767130477

OMgosh.. read what hey say about us here:
http://mycoachwendy.com.au/shedance-sacred-womens-business-retreat-what-they-said/

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What is sheDance?

sheDance is an embodiment journey like no other.
It is a combination of self-discovery, personal growth, & self-awareness through dance. Accessing your own innate wisdom and power through a dance series of feminine expression. sheDance is also a community of inspiring women who want to share in embodying themselves and who want each other to be fucking amazing.
 “She met with herself and kissed her soul, as sheDances ”.
Have you ever wanted to dance where you can just be free and feel your body flowing to the beats? Are you yearning for an experience what is great for your body and has a little soul? Do you want to be around other like-minded inspiring and supportive women? Well sheDance is probably for you! 
 
Come & experience the sheDance Taster Class.

We will be connecting through movement & music to your kundalini life force energy. Join amazing women from our community in a fun, and connected way. We will welcome one another through our women’s circle opening. Then be dropping into our bodies riding the wave of our own unique feminine expression. Feel her body rise as the waves of sensuality, softness, divinity, and power begin to whisper the insight of your soul. The taster session will intro the sheDance principle foundations.

TOUR VENUES and DATES

Geraldton WA
Sunday 15th October 2017 10:30am - 3:30pm
Event Link:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-taster-geraldton-tickets-36767130477

Nambucca Heads NSW
Sunday 22nd October 2017 10:00am - 3:30pm
Event Link:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-taster-nambucca-tickets-35834738668

Melbourne
Sunday 29th October 2017 11:30pm - 3:30pm
Event Link:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-taster-melbourne-tickets-36766663079

Geraldton WA
Sunday 11th March 2018 10:30pm - 3:30pm
Event Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-taster-2-geraldton-tickets-36767802487

Perth WA
March 18th 2018
E Shed Yoga Studio Fremantle
Event Link:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-taster-perth-tickets-36767707202

sheDance Retreat Yallingup WA
24th, 25th, 26th, 27th May 2018
@Premalaya https:www.premalaya.com.au/
Event Link:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/shedance-retreat-may-2018-tickets-36767212723

sheDance Retreat Bali
October 2018 24th - 30th
TBA

Testimonials... read what they said...
http://mycoachwendy.com.au/shedance-sacred-womens-business…/

sheDance link for more general event info:
http://mycoachwendy.com.au/shedance/

Who are the Facilitators?

Katie O’Malley & Wendy Watters are professional educators and pioneers of the divine feminine.

As the Co-founders of sheDance they are passionate about embodied awakening. They both work independently in their own professional fields with certifications in the fields of transformational coaching, mindfulness, sacred women’s facilitating, inspirational speaking, healing and embodiment training. You will be held deeply by their professional guidance and experience as together they combine over 20 years of education. Together they have studied modalities with Diplomas in clinic therapies, and certified energetic healing which deliver a powerful embodied experience. Wendy and Katie are real life magic weavers, healers, transformational coaches, shamanic students and embodiment practitioners, together they have studied over 20 modalities from all around the globe. They bridge science and the energetic realms. Working with thousands of women speaking at events, running workshops and retreats. Together they become quite a powerhouse as women bringing their wisdom and real life experience. They are both dedicated to supporting women during this transformation and want to inspire women to be empowered by healing themselves through this amazing rite of passage. sheDance is an embodiment journey of the divine feminine. Katie & Wendy are here to be of services to support women to literally bring yourself to live a fully awakened life.  
And guess what sisters?? The important truth is they are real women just like you experiencing the raw, real & vulnerable of being women on their own personal journeys in life...
 
What to expect?

We will be dancing and experiencing kundalini life force through meditation, dance, music, drumming and self-expression. The women inside of you has softness, seduction, joy and fire. The workshop class will be held in women's circle creating safety and connection. Most of the experiences are felt in the body with your eyes closed and moving to music. There is no dance talent required. Comfortable clothes to dance in are suitable. 
Come dance with her.
 
What if I can't make this class?

Workshop classes run in different states the classes are not a pre-requisite if you’re feeling called to the sheDance 4 day live in transformational Retreat. The next sheDance Retreat will be held in Yallingup Western Australia May 24th - 27th 2018. Enrolments are taking Place now.

Retreat Venue: https://www.premalaya.com.au
 
What if I'm not sure if it's for me?

If you are not sure if its your thing then that's exactly where your meant to be. Women often aren't sure exactly what sheDance is all about which is totally understandable, for a lot of women embodiment is very new and feels shit scary. That's why we have created taster sessions to get a feel for sheDance and see if its for you? If you feel a pull or intuitively guided to come sheDance calling you. Trust your intuition.
 
Who is this for? 

Any Woman who
+ wants to dive deeper into herself
+ who wants to grow & expand herself
+ who wants a deeper connections
+  who wants to explore Self-development
+ who wants to understand the Feminine
+ who wants to connect with own Innate Wisdom
+ who wants to let go of blocks in her life
+ who wants more joy & fun
+ who wants to explore how to wakening your own
   Kundalini Energy
+ who wants to develop her intuition
 
Who this is NOT for
+ closed minded sceptical thinkers
+ anyone who does not want to share in a group environment
+ anyone who is heavily medicated
+ anyone who is not willing to take responsibility for their own life & outcomes
 
This Class will stretch you into a NEW & awakened relationship within yourself. If you have been yearning to embrace more of who you truly are and feel a call to move your body then sheDance is for you!
 
Alternatively if you feel called to attend the sheDance classes or retreat and are not sure how you will achieve this or this is for you??? Please reach out we are here to do a check in call where you can ask absolutely any questions.
e. wendy@mycoachwendy.com.au  orkatieomalley@node1.com.au all questions & enquires welcome
 
A note from Katie & Wendy:
 
We have taken the call to birth sheDance to life.
Much love and gratitude for the journey that has lead us here, for all our teachers and for the deep transformational work that we have both experienced through our own embodiment. We embrace the journey with you and feel blessed and reminded that every woman dreams because her life is a journey that sheDances.
 
Wishes
Katie & Wendy
xox

A word from Wendy… 
“I have been immersing myself in this work for the past twenty years… through countless modalities from spirituality, scientifically and into my own embodiment. My work now is an expression of the epic journey I have taken myself as a woman to love myself and know I am whole and complete.  sheDance is an expression all that I have learnt and embodied… through breath work, body love practices, kundalini tantra, the menstrual archetypes, divine feminine embodiment and the shamanic medicine wheel. 
Ready for life changing inspiration, love, healing and teachings?  And to be taken to your core... YES to you"      xWendy
 
Katie's Journey Why Embodiment?

Over the years I have enjoyed the gift of studying various forms of energetic and body conscious healing. I dance in between the two world’s bridging science and energetics, my focus is on how to bring these two elements together a physical body and an energetic soul.  So I went on to study Anatomy & Physiology, Remedial Massage, basic Counseling & Social work. My desire to help others was driving me and to be honest I saw a lot of benefits from clinical modalities however my intuition was calling to learn more. I started having premonitions and experiences when working with clients that I simply didn’t understand and couldn’t explain. This led me to seek experts in the field of holistic health and healing, to my relief I finally began to understand what was unfolding during the sessions not only from a clinical perspective but deep within the cellular energetic of the body also.  For the next 7 years, I began to study anything related to energetics and the Cellular body, I took up Breath work, Reiki Certifications, Yoga, Meditation, Dance embodiment, & elements of Shamanic healing. I found that over the last 20 years of working with individuals that when both elements were brought together as a whole that the outcomes were far greater than just focusing on the body or the energetics, so I began to combine clinical therapy with energetic modalities. Something magical began to happen. 

Men and women began to heal in ways I could never imagine and they started to transform their lives. It was like the two parts started dancing again together inside of their bodies.
I look forward to meeting you sisters
Wishes Katie x
Katie O’Malley & Co consults from a private studio in Geraldton, Western Australia, and also travels extensively with her work and ongoing studies.
 
Testimonials

“I am feeling waves of deep Gratitude for Wendy and Katie and for sharing this offering of sheDance with us. Life can feel very overwhelming at times, especially during times of personal or social change and sheDance offers a beautiful retreat into my core – into the steady rhythm of life, the pulse that can hold and carry and guide me through uncharted territory. sheDance provides the space for me to explore what’s whole and true in me, despite what it looks and feels like on the surface.” C Geraldton.
 
‘I came tonight feeling exhausted and disconnected. By the end I feel connected to myself, energised and I can see, everything looks bright, like a light was turned on. Thank you’. ‘Really cool, I enjoyed it and found it easy to connect to the music’. WA
 
‘I felt teary and had not realised how much I had been neglecting myself. I felt freedom. Powerful. It was so freeing’. ‘I was able to connect deeply and the guided words helped. I notice the empty space in my heart and connection to my body and mind’. Geraldton
‘It was confronting and made me face a few honest truths. Like I need to have more fun! I loved the movement and connection to myself’. Geraldton

‘I loved the expression and experimentation’. WA

‘I love connecting to my wisdom and work on my assertiveness. It was so good to get into my body and escape words and thinking’. Geraldton

‘It was confronting but calming. I need to work on shame and shyness and my sensuality. It was a safe space. I needed to come tonight, it all makes sense. I need to free all parts of myself and take a journey’.
‘Everything was perfect’. WA

My experience was ‘strong, powerful, emotional and expressive. I loved the freedom to feel, the space, being held and supported’. Geraldton.

Who to contact for enquiries: Wendy 0427 719 720

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Oct
17
9:15am 9:15am

Food Sensations for adults

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come along to Food Sensations for a FREE hands-on nutrition and cooking edperience. Over 4 weekly sessions, you will learn about a variety of nutrition topics and learn to cook some easy, tasty recipes.
•Healthy eating
•Meal planning and budgeting
•Label reading and food selection
•Food safety, preparation and cooking

Sessions will be held at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway on Hovea Street. Every Tuesday from 17 Octoberuntil and including 7 November from 9.15am to 11.15am

To make a booking phone 9921 6814 or email rangeway@ngala.com.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Nov
13
9:30am 9:30am

Baby First Aid

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
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Free baby CPR session and question time with St John Ambulance. This session aims to increase parents' confidence to manage unconsciousness, first aid emergencies and to recognise when an ambulance might be required.

9.00am to 10.00am at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway on Hovea Street.

Term 2: Thursday 22 June

Term 3: Monday 4 September

Term 4: Monday 13 September

Free creche available. Spaces are limited, book your spot now by telephoning 9921 6814 or emailing rangeway@ngala.com.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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GUC Tekken 7 Tournament
Aug
19
11:00am11:00am

GUC Tekken 7 Tournament

  • Geraldton Universities Centre - GUC 33 Onslow Street, Geraldton, Western Australia 6530 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

For all you TEKKEN 7 players out there! The Geraldton Universities Centre - GUC and Disconcur (Myself) have teamed up to run a $200 prize tournament for Tekken 7 on the 19th of August held during the GUC's own Open Day!

The winner of the Tournament shall receive $200 for their Triumph!

To top this all off the event will be live streamed to Twitch.tv/Disconcur!

For more information on the event and how to enter follow the link to my website: http://wp.me/p2Ixz0-f5 (disconcur.com)

Who to contact for enquiries: Micheal Roberts - 0457 525 611

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Aug
19
10:00am10:00am

"Finding WA’s Gallipoli & Western Front Dead"

  • Geraldton Regional Library, 37 Marine Terrace, Geraldton WA 6530 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

When Shannon Lovelady (Historian, Curator and Presbyterian Ladies’ College Archivist) discovered no one knew how many West Australians perished at Gallipoli she established the Finding WA’s Gallipoli Dead project, followed by it’s sister project, Western Front Dead from WA.

Learn all about the fascinating stories unearthed, the work of the research team & sources used to unravel the past.

A National Family History Month (NFHM) event presented by the Geraldton Family History Society & the Geraldton Regional Library. August is NFHM.

This is a free event, book early to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited.
RSVP to gfhs@wn.com.au or text 0403 929 559.

Who to contact for enquiries: Nicole Edwards

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Aug
19
9:00am 9:00am

Free MORNING GUIDED WALK in Chapman River Regional Park

  • Meet at Spalding Park carpark - Chapman River Regional Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join CRF to discover this native bushland (364 ha) in the heart of Geraldton-WA. The park is home to more than 300 plant, 123 bird, 
22 reptile and frog species, plus kangaroos and echidnas.

SATURDAY 19 AUGUST
9.00am-11.00am
Meet at Spalding Park carpark
Chapman River Regional Park

Suitable for children 6y+.
Your safety is YOUR responsibility. Paths are rough. 
Wear appropriate bush clothes, closed sturdy shoes, sunhat, sunscreen, (raincoat).
BYO water bottle.

This walk is part of Goodness Festival.
If weather is inclement walks may be cancelled. 
On the day of the walk before 9am contact
Jessica : 0437 928 136

For more information contact us on Facebook : 
Chapman River Friends

Children don't forget to take your magnifying glass, binoculars OR camera. Share your pictures with CRF.
CRF WILDFLOWER BROCHURE IS AVAILABLE AFTER WALKS FOR $5.

Who to contact for enquiries: Jessica : 0437 928 136

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Aug
18
5:30pm 5:30pm

Inaugural Hollomby Lecture with Dr Rowena Ball

  • Geraldton Universities Centre 33 Onslow Street Geraldton, WA 6530 (map)
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The 2017 Hollomby Lecture is the inaugural lecture designed to inspire aspirations for university education for people in Mid West communities by providing a tangible link to successful and relatable professionals and high achievers.
Attendees will hear from the inspiring Dr Rowena Ball as she shares her story of how she became an expert on the origins of life and a passionate advocate for Indigenous scientific and engineering heritage and knowledge … among other subjects!

“Dr Ball’s story is a story that many in our community will relate to and hence be inspired from. She undertook a science degree part-time by distance education in regional NSW, while she had three young children and worked as a gardener to support her family. She studied hard by evenings and weekends. It took 7 years part-time to complete her bachelor degree with honours and that determination lead her to many subsequent successes,” said Ms Nelmes.

The Hollomby Foundation is dedicated to the advancement of tertiary education in our region. Named in honour of the late Joe Hollomby, the Foundation supports the Geraldton Universities Centre and Mid West students to fulfil their dreams, building the capacity of the region. The Hollomby Foundation has awarded more than $200,000 in scholarships and prizes to GUC students in the past five years.

Bio: Dr Rowena Ball

Associate Professor Rowena Ball obtained her PhD from Macquarie University in Sydney in 1997 then, after postdocs at Sydney University and Leeds University in the UK, joined the Australian National University in 1999, where she currently holds a joint appointment in the Mathematical Sciences Institute and the Research School of Chemistry. She has held many competitive research grants and fellowships, and from 2010 to 2016 she held a prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.

Rowena is an applied mathematician and physical chemist with expertise in nonlinear and complex dynamical systems, and has collaborated with scientists from other disciplines on a wide range of interesting research problems: the origin of life, chemical oscillations and instabilities, decarbonation of fuels and flue gases, combustion, thermodynamic optimization of processes, and magnetic fusion plasmas. A passionate interest in Indigenous scientific and engineering heritage and knowledge has led to a new project on using mathematics to date events in pre-colonial history. She is of Indigenous descent with ancestral country in central Queensland and in Ireland.
For the full GUC Open Day program go to www.guc.edu.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Brendan Penzer 0472 688 655

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Aug
18
12:00pm12:00pm

Secret Spaces – River Gauging Station Tour

Have you ever walked along the river and wondered what that big concrete structure is for and how it works? Now is your chance. Join hydrographers from the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation as they walk you through the ins and out of a river gauging station and its importance in the larger monitoring and measurement network of our local river systems and groundwater areas.

--The inner workings of a floatwell gauging station:
--the purpose of the weir and well.;
--how water level sensors, transducers and telemetry systems produce water surface level data;
--electrical conductivity / salinity measurement
--what is that cable across the river?
--a brief introduction to streamflow measurement.
Note: meet at the corner of Ridley Road and Polo Road in Utakarra at 11.50 am. Wear enclosed shoes.
RSVP Essential via https://goodness.org.au/event/secret-spaces-river-gauging-station-tour/

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
18
7:00am 7:00am

'Inspiring Women In Science’ Breakfast with Dr Rowena Ball

  • Zeewijk Training Restaurant 173 Fitzgerald St Geraldton, Western Australia 6530 (map)
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Inspiration, networking and breakfast, with applied mathematician, physical chemist, and Associate Professor, Dr Rowena Ball.

Many of us think of Hydrogen Peroxide as the tool of hairdressers, but eminent scientist and mathematician, Dr Rowena Ball from the Australian National University understands it as the stuff that fuelled life out of the Primordial Soup on planet Earth.

Join Dr Ball this National Science Week, as she shares her story of how she became an expert on the origins of life, and a passionate advocate for Indigenous scientific and engineering heritage and knowledge.

“My research is essentially interdisciplinary, and I have worked with physicists, engineers, and chemists on interesting problems such as combustion and explosives, magnetic fusion plasmas, and decarbonising fuels. The research I am currently leading is elucidating the origin of life on Earth! I am passionate about researching Indigenous sciences and engineering. It is a complete nonsense to say that us mob had no science.”
– Dr Ball
Tickets $30 Which includes breakfast
RSVP Essential. Buy tickets here https://goodness.org.au/event/inspiring-women-science-breakfast-dr-rowena-ball/

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
17
7:00pm 7:00pm

Splendours of the Southern Sky presented by Dr John Goldsmith

  • Museum of Geraldton 2 Museum Pl Geraldton, WA 6530 (map)
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Western Australia’s iconic landscapes provide a superb vantage to experience the splendours of our southern night sky. As part of an international film project called “The Borderless Sky”, Dr John Goldsmith embarked on a 6000km astrophotography adventure, to document our night sky above iconic Western Australian landscapes including the Pinnacles, Lake Ballard and the Kimberley. John shares his spirit of adventure and experiences during “The Borderless Sky” project, with a selection of timelapse and astro-images.

John’s presentation will be followed by a Live Video Astronomy session with Ken Lawson from Geraldton Astronomy Group.
RSVP here https://goodness.org.au/event/splendors-southern-sky-presented-dr-john-goldsmith/

Who to contact for enquiries: Leigh O'Brien

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Aug
17
3:30pm 3:30pm

Secret Spaces – Geraldton Bureau of Meteorology Tour

  • Bureau of Meteorology Lot 101 Arthur Road Moonyanooka, WA Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Geraldton Meteorological Office is a weather station that is part of the Bureau of Meteorology’s national observation network. Learn how the Bureau measures rainfall, temperature and evaporation. A weather balloon release is included in the tour. Free weather information packs available.

NOTE
This tour requires an induction. All visitors must watch the video below and read this document.

To RSVP Visit https://goodness.org.au/event/secret-spaces-geraldton-bureau-meteorology-tour-3/

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
17
12:30pm12:30pm

Secret Spaces – Geraldton Bureau of Meteorology Tour

  • Lot 101 Arthur Road Moonyanooka, WA Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Geraldton Meteorological Office is a weather station that is part of the Bureau of Meteorology’s national observation network. Learn how the Bureau measures rainfall, temperature and evaporation. A weather balloon release is included in the tour. Free weather information packs available.

NOTE
This tour requires an induction. All visitors must watch the video below and read this document.

To RSVP Visit https://goodness.org.au/event/secret-spaces-geraldton-bureau-meteorology-tour-2/

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
17
10:00am10:00am

Astrofest Astrophotography Exhibition Floortalk

  • Museum of Geraldton 2 Museum Pl Geraldton, WA 6530 (map)
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Join Dr John Goldsmith curator of the 2017 Astrofest Astrophotography exhibition as he delivers an astrophotography talk showcasing the accomplishments of 23 talented WA astro-imagers who have recorded stunning astronomical landscape images in locations throughout Western Australia and beyond.

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
17
9:00am 9:00am

Little Joeys

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Dads, mums and 0 to 12 month old children.

Join us for a free, casual catchup. Enjoy tea, coffee and adult conversation. Family and friends welcome.

*Do you have older children? Come to our Drop-in Playgroup on Friday 9.00am to 10.30am.

On every Thursday during the school term, 9.00am to 11.00am at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, on Hovea Street.

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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Aug
16
9:00am 9:00am

Parenting support with our family counsellor

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Friendly, confidential parenting support is available at the Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway.

Every Wednesday from November 2016, Geraldton Family Counselling Services will be on site.

These services are available on other days at Ngala Midwest Gascoyne.

No referral is necessary. To make an appointment please phone 9921 6814 or email cpc@edcentre.wa.edu.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, 9921 6814

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Aug
15
7:30pm 7:30pm

Science Improv Comedy Jam

  • CityHive 184 Marine Tce Geraldton, Western Australia 6530 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come have some fun as The Comedy Emporium gets scientific in a Science themed Improv Comedy Jam. We will play a number of fun games with a science twist in the spirit of National Science Week.

Improvisation Comedy, or improv, is a form of live theatre comedy in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment. Often improvisers will take a suggestion from the audience, or draw on some other source of inspiration to get started.Suitable for 15 years and over
RSVP HERE https://goodness.org.au/event/science-improv-comedy-jam/
 

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
15
9:00am 9:00am

Child Health Nurse

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Child Health Nurse is at Child and Parent Centra - Rangeway, every Tuesday and Thursday.

Your child health nurse can give you information about how to care for babies and young children, including:

- breastfeeding
- coping with sleeping and crying
- young baby's growth and development
- immunisation
- safety
- playing with your baby or toddler
- your own wellbeing


Book on 9956 1985

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, 9921 6814

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Aug
14
4:00pm 4:00pm

Secret Spaces – Geraldton Radiology Tour

  • St John of God Healthcare Campus 12 Hermitage Street Geraldton, WA 6530 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Andrew Hopkins Chief Radiographer & IT Manager from Geraldton Radiology for a fascinating insight into the world of radio imaging.
Radiology is the medical specialty using various imaging modalities to obtain a diagnosis from a Radiographic opinion. Originally it was the aspect of medical science dealing with the medical use of electromagnetic energy emitted by x-ray machines or other such radiation devices for the purpose of obtaining visual information as part of medical imaging.

Modern day radiological imaging is no longer limited to the use of x-rays, and now includes technology-intensive imaging with high frequency sound.
4:00 pm. MEET AT GERALDTON RADIOLOGY
RSVP Here https://goodness.org.au/event/secret-spaces-geraldton-radiology-tour/

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
14
12:30pm12:30pm

Secret Spaces – Geraldton Bureau of Meteorology Tour

Geraldton Meteorological Office is a weather station that is part of the Bureau of Meteorology’s national observation network. Learn how the Bureau measures rainfall, temperature and evaporation. A weather balloon release is included in the tour. Free weather information packs available.

NOTE
This tour requires an induction. All visitors must watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rtia5m6EBbQ 
and read this document. https://www.dropbox.com/s/0pq69f87s9kucct/scheduled_visits.pdf?dl=0

To RSVP Visit https://goodness.org.au/event/secret-spaces-geraldton-bureau-meteorology-tour/

Who to contact for enquiries: Mark Canny 0428617205

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Aug
13
4:00pm 4:00pm

Dockers Dietitian in Gero - Talking Food & Diet

Sunday August 13, 4-6pm

Listen to perth guru, David Bryant from Catalyst Dietitian explain the importance of good food for good health. He is an amazing athlete himself and also works along side some amazing AFL athletes.

Listen to him explain some common health issues and how diet can help with symptoms and weightloss. Learn what diets are bad for us and how to sustain weightloss forever. Even learn how to prepare and excel in endurance events with proper nutrients pre, during and post an event. 

Its an honour to have him here and an afternoon you need to have your listening ears on as our Nutrition is the key to LIFE. Lets get it RIGHT!!!

Who to contact for enquiries:sheree@onebodyandsoulpt.com

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Aug
13
2:00pm 2:00pm

Free WILDLIFE GUIDED WALK in Chapman River Regional Park.

  • Meet at carpark at the west end of Fairfax Drive - Moresby (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join CRF to discover this native bushland (364 ha) in the heart of Geraldton-WA. The park is home to more than 300 plant, 123 bird, 22 reptile and frog species, plus kangaroos and echidnas.

SUNDAY 13 AUGUST
2.00pm-4.00pm
Meet at carpark at the west end of Fairfax Drive - Moresby
Chapman River Regional Park

Suitable for children 6y+.
Your safety is YOUR responsibility. Paths are rough. 
Wear appropriate bush clothes, closed sturdy shoes, sunhat, sunscreen, (raincoat).
BYO water bottle.

If weather is inclement walks may be cancelled. 
On the day of the walk contact the Geraldton Visitor Center.
Week-end hours is 9am to 1pm.
Phone : (08) 9956 6670
Email : info@visitgeraldton.com.au

For more information contact us on Facebook : 
Chapman River Friends

Children don't forget to take your magnifying glass, binoculars OR camera. Share your pictures with CRF.

CRF WILDFLOWER BROCHURE IS AVAILABLE AFTER WALKS FOR $5.

Who to contact for enquiries: Geraldton Visitor Center : (08) 9956 6670

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Aug
6
8:30am 8:30am

Walkaway Markets

Walkaway Market Day next Sunday morning 6th August 8.30 - 12.30 at the park next to the Museum. There are some great local stalls with wonderful winter goods, Devonshire teas and sausage sizzle. Hope to see you there!

Who to contact for enquiries: Helen 0407 440 616

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Aug
5
to Aug 6

Wedding Dance - GERALDTON DANCE CLUB

  • Waggrakine Hall, Hacket Rd (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

# ROCK & ROLL # LINE DANCING # BALLROOM

No door charge this month- All Welcome!

BYO DRINKS, BRING & SHARE SUPPER

Come dressed to attend a wedding.
Dress as a priest or minister or monk, a bridesmaid, groomsman, mother or father of the bride (cross dressing is OK), wear something borrowed or blue, dress as a bride or a groom or an elegant wedding guest. 

Who to contact for enquiries:Susan Duplex 08-9923 2987

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Aug
5
2:00pm 2:00pm

Free WILDLIFE GUIDED WALK

  • meet at Spalding Park carpark - Chapman River Regional Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join CRF to discover this native bushland (364 ha) in the heart of Geraldton-WA. The park is home to more than 300 plant, 123 bird, 
22 reptile and frog species, plus kangaroos and echidnas.

SATURDAY 5 AUGUST
2.00pm-4.00pm
meet at Spalding Park carpark
Chapman River Regional Park

Suitable for children 6y+.
Your safety is YOUR responsibility. Paths are rough. 
Wear appropriate bush clothes, closed sturdy shoes, sunhat, sunscreen, (raincoat).
BYO water bottle.

If weather is inclement walks may be cancelled. 
On the day of the walk contact the Geraldton Visitor Center.
Week-end hours is 9am to 1pm.
Phone : (08) 9956 6670
Email : info@visitgeraldton.com.au

For more information contact us on Facebook : 
Chapman River Friends

Children don't forget to take your magnifying glass, binoculars OR camera.
SHARE YOUR PICS WITH CRF.
CRF WILDFLOWER BROCHURE IS AVAILABLE AFTER WALKS FOR $5.

Who to contact for enquiries: Geraldton Visitor Center : (08) 9956 6670

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Aug
5
9:00am 9:00am

Agricultural College Open Day

Farm gates open at 9am sharp till the grand parade at 12.30pm.

Come along for your chance to see the students, their work, the farm, classrooms and residential campus.

Enjoy lunch after the official proceedings.

Who to contact for enquiries: Maryanne 99711158

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Aug
4
7:00pm 7:00pm

Learn to Dance Rock & Roll!

Learn to Rock & Roll dance to Elvis, The Beatles, Creedence, Chuck Berry & many other great high energy 50s, 60s & 70s music. 
Beginners are really welcome! Especially if you have 2 left feet because that is how we all started. A partner isn't necessary because we are a really friendly bunch with lots of experienced dancers prepared to help you learn.
Be prepared to laugh, learn & make some new friends.

Who to contact for enquiries: Please call Mandy on 0429 426 814

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Aug
2
1:00pm 1:00pm

The Shipwreck Hunter book launch

American marine scientist, researcher and shipwreck hunter David Mearns will voyage to Geraldton in August for the launch of his new book The Shipwreck Hunter.

Mr Mearns has found some of the world’s most fascinating and elusive shipwrecks including the final resting place of the battlecruiser HMS Hood and the crumbling wooden skeletons of Vasco da Gama’s 16th century fleet.

And most close to Geraldton’s heart, the HMAS Sydney II.

The Shipwreck Hunter, published by Allen & Unwin, will be launched on Wednesday 2 August at 1pm at the Geraldton Multipurpose Centre.

To secure your free ticket email events@cgg.wa.gov.au by Monday 24 July. Light refreshments and catering will also be available.

The City of Greater Geraldton and Geraldton Regional Library is proud to deliver this event in conjunction with the Geraldton Museum.

Who to contact for enquiries:events@cgg.wa.gov.au

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Aug
2
9:00am 9:00am

Protective Behaviours program for parents and professionals

  • Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway, Hovea Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Term 2 - Wednesdays 14 and 21 June 2017 - 9.00am to 12.00pm

Term 3 - Wednesdays 2 and 9 August 2017 - 9.00am to 12.00pm



Delivered in schools, Protective Behaviours gives children the tools to understand the ownership of their body, the difference between surprises and secrets and knowing whether they feel safe or unsafe. It empowers them to get help and talk to someone if they feel unsafe. Find out how you can further support your child at home.

93% of child sexual abuse offenders are people that the child and the parents know and trust.

Join us at the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway, entrance off Hovea Street.

Bookings are essential, places are limited. You must attend both sessions.

Free crèche available on booking. Refreshments and materials provided.

childandparentcentres.wa.edu.au/rangeway | 9921 6814 | rangeway@ngala.com.au

Who to contact for enquiries: Child and Parent Centre - Rangeway 9921 6814

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