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Wed 23 May – Li­brary and In­for­ma­tion Week

Broome Pub­lic Li­brary cel­e­brates with National Si­mul­ta­ne­ous Sto­ry­time and the launch of Broome Beach Books for 2018. Broome Beach Books kicks off at 11am at Ca­ble Beach then runs each Wed from 11-11.45am. National Si­mul­ta­ne­ous Sto­ry­time starts at 9am with Broome kids join­ing oth­ers around Australia to read the same story at the same time.

Fri 25 May – Chi­na­town Late Night Trad­ing

Chi­na­town, 5-8pm. Paint the Town Red when Chi­na­town comes alive as late night trad­ing re­turns with food, shop­ping, free street en­ter­tain­ment, live mu­sic and other at­trac­tions. The events are pre­sented by Chi­na­town traders and the Chi­na­town Re­vi­tal­i­sa­tion Pro­ject.

Sat 26 - Sun 27 May – Airnorth Ca­ble Beach Polo

Ca­ble Beach. A sport­ing spec­tac­u­lar which at­tracts peo­ple from around Australia and the world – lead­ing polo play­ers, tourists, me­dia and celebri­ties – beach polo is not only unique to Broome, it is rare in the world. Ca­ble Beach is one of a se­lect num­ber of ex­otic lo­ca­tions to host beach polo. Proudly sup­ported by the Shire of Broome.

Wed 30, Thur 31 May, Sat 2 Jun – Mar­rugeku’s Bur­rb­gaja Yalirra – Three Short Works

Broome Civic Cen­tre, 7pm. The Shire of Broome and in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed con­tem­po­rary dance-theatre com­pany Mar­rugeku present the world premiere of Bur­rb­gaja Yalirra – Three Short Works. From the creators of Gudirr Gudirr, Cut the Sky and Burn­ing Day­light, Bur­rb­gaja Yalirra (Danc­ing For­wards) is an evoca­tive triple bill of new solo works ex­plor­ing the chal­lenges of re­ciproc­ity in Australia to­day. Tick­ets at www. broome­civic­cen­tre.com.au.

Wed 30 – Thur 31 May – Stair­case to the Moon Mar­kets

Town Beach, 5pm-9pm. Browse stalls show­cas­ing hand­made prod­ucts, jew­ellery, cloth­ing and art. Tempt your palate with a delicious se­lec­tion of food and bev­er­ages be­fore sit­ting back to soak up the tunes of Broome mu­si­cians. Please note that road closures will be in place. Proudly sup­ported by the Shire of Broome.

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