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 email@example.com.
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.trybooking.com/ 423841.