This weekend kicks off another busy fortnight of events with the Skylab Classic, Esperance Ultimate Frisbee Club's annual two day event.
It promotes all flying disc sports such as Kanjam, Disc Golf on Saturday afternoon and Ultimate Hat Tournament on Sunday. Individuals register and must be over 15.
Players aged between 10-14 can also play but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The annual Kids Fun Day Out is happening on Sunday at Adventureland Park and provides the setting for a fun-filled day for children and their families.
Discover the House of Fun, Early Years Tent, inflatables, stage shows by the Eco Faeries, cross-cultural activities, sensory walk, sports activities and lots more.
On April 12 the Esperance Civic Centre opens its doors to Morning Melodies, a new program that invites you to bring your lunch and $5 to experience some live music during your lunch hour.
Morning Melodies is for all ages and held on the second Thursday of the month between 11am-1pm with live music from 12-12.45pm, and tea and coffee available.
On April 14 the Library is holding a School Holiday Activity and inviting you to Family Fun with Technology for kids 5+.
Families are encouraged to come along.
Limited spaces are available so please book your place by calling the library on 9083 1500.
Menopause the Musical – Woman on Fire is coming to the Esperance Civic Centre stage on April 15 to celebrate all things menopausal.
The Musical follows four women who meet at a lingerie sale and discover they have plenty in common, including memory loss, night sweats, hot flushes, too much sex, not enough sex and much more.
The original Menopause The Musical has been enjoyed by 11 million people since it first opened in Florida, USA, in 2001.
The One and All Community Program begins on April 16 and to get warmed up for all those activities, why not celebrate the first day of School holidays at the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre’s School’s Out Aquatic Open Day?
The Lighthouse Girl is coming to the Esperance Civic Centre on April 17.
Based on Albany author Dianne Wolfer’s wonderful novels Lighthouse Girl and Light Horse Boy, this evocatively written play embodies a powerful and truthful sense of a pivotal time in Australia’s development as a nation.
This gentle play entwines the lives of Fay and Charlie and brings to life the stories of those left at home during the war waiting, wondering, hoping.
Make sure you keep an eye on the events calendar at esperance.wa.gov.au