Condingup P&C Fair to kick off Easter events

Condingup P&C Community Fair 2017. Photo: Supplied.
Condingup P&C Community Fair 2017. Photo: Supplied.

The Easter Bunny is well on his way and with him he is bringing many events and activities, not to mention visitors, to Esperance.

This weekend the Condingup P&C Community Fair kicks off with the dog high jump, fashion parade, merry-go-round, raffles, bouncy castle, food and drink and so much more!

There is even some live entertainment in the evening thanks to local band the Lazy Boys.

The Fair is the P&C’s only fundraising event for the year with funds raised donated to the school for the upkeep of educational resources and play equipment. 

Its purpose is also to showcase local talent and businesses from throughout the Esperance Shire.

If you’re in town on Saturday, don’t forget to also check out the Esperance Growers Market at Nulsen Primary School, at which the line starts gathering early with good reason!

The Elements Eclectic Exhibition at the Cannery Arts centre opens on Thursday.

This free event features live music, food and Lucky Bay beer on tap, and the exhibition itself runs from the March 30 to April 6.

The exhibition features local artist Jason Wooldridge, maker of Esperance's Whale Tail. Next Saturday, March 31, a unique event is taking place at the Esperance Motor Hotel.

Head along to the Op Shop Rock, headlined by Perth two Piece Command A Panda joined by local legends Grand Casual, Rowan Donovan and DJ Nevster.

Support your local Op Shop, find the wackiest attire you can and mix it with cracking music and tasty beverages.

This is an 18+ event.

For something just a little more “country”, the Munglinup Bushmens Association Easter Campdraft at Munglinup Equestrian Grounds is on March 31 and April 1.

Call in for a cuppa and some fine horsemanship skills.

April 1 is a big day, with the 4th biannual Outta the Shed Car & Bike Show is happening at Esperance Showgrounds. 

This unique show includes a People’s Choice Awards for car and bike.

Any vehicle of interest is encouraged to be displayed - not just the chrome and bling.

Soak up the relaxed atmosphere and take a trip down memory lane.

There is an opportunity to do your part for the beautiful Esperance environment and help volunteers with the Keep Esperance Beautiful Clean Up Session.

Volunteers are meeting from 9am at Andrew Street.

Gloves and bags are provided, with refreshments provided after the clean-up.

Museum Village Markets are on in the morning with a wide variety of stalls including arts and craft, local jams, honeys, ice-cream, fresh fruit and veggies, and a whole lot more.