The Rotary Club of Ascot is delighted to be once again hosting Bricktober – Perth’s largest Exhibition of models built from LEGO® by fans of the brick in WA.
Activities at Bricktober – Perth include:
- A Stadium full of LEGO® models built by fans of LEGO® in Perth
- A “Brickpit” with 30,000 LEGO® bricks that children can play in
- Animated Lego films on a big screen to be viewed
- Competitions that people can sign up for on the day.
- Food and refreshments available for purchase.
- Lego items available for purchase.
- Appearances by Star Wars™, Superhero and Princesses over both days (see website for details)
- Drive a LEGO® train or Technic remote controlled vehicle.
- Build a Lego car and race it on our Racer Ramp.
- Lots of LEGO® to touch play and build.
7 – 8 October, 9:00am – 4:15pm
Curtin University Stadium
$10 per person, Family group tickets available
Visit www.bricktober.info for more information on activities, competition and event details. All proceeds from the event support the setting up of LEGO® play groups and other community projects.
The Anglican Church Diocese of Perth will be hosting a spring fair with a variety of stalls featuring homemade goodies, Devonshire teas, secondhand treasures and coffee. There will also be kids activities for children to participate in. All process will go to the upkeep of heritage buildings.
14 October, 9:00am – 3:00pm
All Saints Church
30 Henry Street, Henley Brook WA
York Garden Party
In celebration of Save the Children’s 70th year in Western Australia, Peter and Ann Marie Boyle are hosting a garden party in their country garden nestled within the rural landscape of York. Check out the interesting stalls under the Tork Gums and spend time at the Exhibition Art Studio with music to entertain you.
24 October, 10:00am – 3:00pm
71 Ford Street, York WA
$10 per person (includes morning tea)
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