SATUR­DAY, OCT 31

Joondalup Weekender - - Residential -

Friends of Yel­lagonga, weed­ing and tidy­ing up, Hock­ing Road, Kings­ley (en­ter at gate op­po­site Mooro Street), 9am, fin­ishes noon af­ter morn­ing tea, bring: solid footwear, gloves and weed­ing im­ple­ment. Call 6162 9801.

Spook­tac­u­lar Hal­loween Mar­ket, Kidzu­cate fundraiser, Wan­neroo Tav­ern, 18 Dun­de­bar Road, 10am-2pm. Visit Lin­sey's Com­mu­nity Events on Face­book for more.

Tra­di­tional South African Basaar/ Fete, Clark­son Re­formed Evan­gel­i­cal Church of Aus­tralia, Min­darie Pri­mary School, 90 Rothe­sary Heights, 10.30am. Email re­caclark­son@iinet.net.au. Two friends, Sarah Hills and Jody Hockey, will dec­o­rate a Min­darie house this Hal­loween for pass­ing trick or treaters and to raise funds for Be­yond Blue. The Birken­head Ridge home will be open from 5pm to 9.30pm on Satur­day. There will be grave­yards, spi­ders and ghouls to spook you. Peo­ple can have their photo taken with a zombie and grim reaper with or­gan­is­ers ask­ing for a gold coin do­na­tion. Visit face­book.com/Hal­loween­inMin­darie.

en­ter­tain­ers or helpers email mmc1940@big­pond.net.au.

Min­darie Ro­tary Club Swap Mart, Ocean Keys cov­ered (Kmart) car park off Pen­sacola Ter­race, Clark­son, sell­ers 6.45am for $10 per site, buy­ers ar­rive 7.30am for a gold coin do­na­tion for com­mu­nity projects. Visit ro­tary­min­darie.com. AC/DC trib­ute band Hells Bells will per­form at the Ocean View Tav­ern on Satur­day with new gui­tarist Rod ‘An­gus’ Pear­son in the ranks. The band is renowned for its elec­tri­fy­ing pow­er­house live shows of more than 25 of AC/DC’s best known and loved songs. Blues ‘n’ roots singer song­writer/gui­tarist Mick Parker will join them at the Neer­abup venue at 2310 Wan­neroo Road. Tick­ets are $20 pre­sale from the tav­ern or on­line at Oztix.com.au or $25 at the door.

Dis­cover Sail­ing Day at Hillarys Yacht Club on Sun­day, 9am to 1pm. Peo­ple can en­joy a free fam­ily day in­clud­ing a short sail with an ex­pe­ri­enced sailor, look­ing around the club fa­cil­i­ties, and learn­ing about pro­grams and sail­ing cour­ses. Peo­ple of all abil­i­ties are wel­come and will need clothes and shoes they don’t mind get­ting wet, sun­screen and a hat. Boats and safety equip­ment pro­vided. Dis­counted mem­ber­ship on the day, visit hillarysy­acht­club.com.au.

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