Wanneroo Times - - What’s On -

ART EX­HI­BI­TION Heathridge Pri­mary School is hold­ing its an­nual art ex­hi­bi­tion of stu­dents’ work. Visi­tors can see the un­der­cover area dis­play be­tween 3pm and 4pm to­day (Oc­to­ber 30), as well as on Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day at 55 Chan­nel Drive.

BLUES N ROOTS North­ern Blues N Roots WA presents its monthly gig at the Wan­neroo Tav­ern on Thurs­day, Novem­ber 1, from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. Lez Karski will per­form lead gui­tar and vo­cals from 7pm, fol­lowed by Paul Daly and the Heavy Hit­ters, then On The Level with Dave Gil­lam on lead vo­cals and gui­tar and Bill Blis­sett on key­board. Door en­try is $15. To book a ta­ble, call 9405 2777.

WAN­NEROO CON­CERT The City of Wan­neroo Presents con­cert with The Jun­gle Giants will be at Wan­neroo Show­ground on Satur­day, Novem­ber 3, from 4pm to 9.30pm. Sup­port acts in­clude Asta, Lanks, Heaps Good Friends and Spacey Jane.

SCHOOL 40TH FETE Bam­bara Pri­mary School in Pad­bury will hold its 40th an­niver­sary fete on Sun­day, Novem­ber 4. The cel­e­bra­tion at the Gosse Road school from 10am to 2pm will in­clude a di­nosaur box show, cud­dly an­i­mal farm, bouncy cas­tle, car­ni­val games, school band and choir per­for­mances, mar­ket stalls and food trucks.

COUN­TRY FAIR North Wood­vale Pri­mary School P&C will hold a Coun­try Fair at Chich­ester Oval on Satur­day, Novem­ber 3, from 11am to 3pm. There will be fair­ground rides, a sideshow alley, mar­ket stalls, a tod­dler zone and raf­fles. Email jo_ban­nis­ter1@hot­

BOOK LAUNCH AU­THOR Pip Drys­dale’s fic­tion de­but The Sun­day Girl is a chilling tale of love gone hor­ri­bly wrong. Drys­dale will cel­e­brate her new book at Dy­mocks Joon­dalup’s Books at Bars event on Novem­ber 6. Held at Down the Hatch in Joon­dalup from 6pm, guests can en­joy a drink and some nib­bles and hear from Drys­dale about her inspirations and ca­reer as an au­thor. Copies of The Sun­day Girl will also be avail­able to buy and have signed. Tick­ets are from www.try­book­ 423841.

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