New chief in town
THE new chief executive of South Perth's first commitment is to listen, learn and observe.
HAVE you attended any of the Let’s Celebrate Belmont Festival events yet?
Chief executive Stuart Cole said the City’s biggest festival of the year had not-to-be-missed events up to November 28.
The festival, in its ninth year, is popular with locals and visitors.
Entry is free to most attractions, with only a few charging a nominal fee.
Here are some of the best events to come: Celebrate Seafood with Josh Catalano When: November 19 Where: Outside Ruth Faulkner Public Library Time: 11.30am-2.30pm Cost: General event free, VIP tickets $12 (City of Belmont residents), VIP tickets $25 (non-resident City of Belmont) Join former Master Chef contestant Josh Catalano with his seafood cook- ing demonstration and food truck. Learn some tips and tricks on how to cook seafood. The cooking demonstration is a ticketed event, so go to www. belmont. wa.gov.au and click on Active, Nutritious and Creative Lifestyles Term 4, 2015 Classes to register. Pop Art Fiesta When: November 20 Where: Outside Ruth Faulkner Public Library Time: 6pm-9pm Cost: Free Take in the beautiful sounds of Brazilian music and have a go at some Latin dancing. If this doesn’t grab your attention perhaps challenge yourself with some Circus 101 in the park and sample treats from some food trucks. Let’s Celebrate Belmont Festival Finale When: November 28 Where: Faulkner Park Time: 4.30pm-9.30pm Cost: Free The Festival Finale has an exciting mix of free activities and entertainment including live music, energetic performances, free carnival rides and an international Food Fest. It will conclude with fireworks.