To help Mandurah Mail readers decide what to do this weekend, we’ve collated a handy guide to all the best upcoming events.
Friday, November 2:
Min 13°C – Max 22°C
Partly cloudy and chance of a thunderstorm in the evening. Light winds becoming southwesterly 20 to 25 km/h in the late afternoon. – Source/BOM.
This year’s Musical Fruit festival is preparing to delight audiences as part of the entertainment lineup for the 2018 Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games.
The free music festival, back for it’s fourth consecutive year, aims to to showcase 100 per cent local and original music and home-grown talent.
Another sweet and juicy list of talent is on the menu for the outdoor concert at the ‘Top of the Terrace’ on Friday night.
Mandurah Terrace will be closed to traffic and alfresco dining will be available from 5pm onwards.
For more information, visit the Musical Fruit Facebook page.
Saturday, November 3:
Min 16°C – Max 22°C
Partly cloudy. Medium chance of showers and a possible thunderstorm in the morning. Light southerly winds in the morning, becoming southwesterly 25 to 35 km/h during the day. – Source/BOM.
Australasian Police & Emergency Services Games
Athletes have flooded the city for the 2018 Australasian Police & Emergency Services (APES) Games this week, with competition coming to an end on Saturday.
There will be plenty of action to enjoy on the final day of the Games, including swimming at Town Beach from 7.30-9am and surf life saving from 9am-5pm.
On the Western Foreshore, the fire truck pull and fire fighter race from 9am-5pm and stand up paddleboarding from 9am-11am are sure to be exciting and entertaining.
For more information, visit the APES website.
Boddington Ute Muster 2018
The Boddington Lions Rodeo are proud to announce the return of the Boddington Ute Muster as part of the Rodeo weekend schedule.
The annual Lions Rodeo is one of the biggest and richest one-day rodeos in WA.
The weekend will have something for everyone including children's activities, rides and free entertainment.
This year’s street parade will run along the main street of Boddington with the loud rumble of the utes and proud shouts of the owners set to be heard from miles away.
For more information, visit the Facebook page.
Sunday, November 4:
Min 14°C – Max 21°C
Partly cloudy with a medium chance of showers. Winds west to southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h turning southerly 20 to 30 km/h during the evening. – Source/BOM.
MyPark Grooves kick starts this weekend with the first family friendly event being held at McLennan Park in Madora Bay from 3-5.30pm.
MyPark Grooves is a chance to get together with family, friends and neighbours to celebrate Mandurah’s best outdoor parks and reserves.
Bring a picnic or grab a sausage in a bun at the sausage sizzle.
For more information, visit the City of Mandurah website.
Act-Belong-Commit Hot Shore Shuffle 2018
This concert series showcases a diversity of impressive music and dance from around the world.
Enjoy this week’s free afternoon entertainment at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre with Martin & Coole and their accompanying band.
The folk swing blues duo play original music that blends both contemporary and traditional folk, classic swing, Celtic, country and blues.
For more information, visit the MPAC website.