Museum Village Markets will be on March 17 and 31 from 8:30am to 12:30pm featuring arts and craft items, jams, honey, preserves, fresh fruit and vegetables.
Morning Melodies at the Esperance Civic Centre is on again from March 14, 11am-1pm. Tunes will start from 12 noon. Bring your lunch, your mate and enjoy the live tunes from local couple Irene and David Melbourne for $5 entry.
Dave and Irene (aka “Two-A-Penny”) have been performing as a husband and wife duo for more than 30 years, and play a wide variety of styles including swing, easy listening, folk, country, bluegrass, Aussie Bush and Irish music. Dave plays rhythm guitar with Irene on piano, keyboard or piano accordion. Dave has also been seen on Bass guitar, bass ukulele and mandolin.
You will also find the pair playing Irish music in celebration of St Patrick's Day at the Esperance Jazz and Blues Club at the Loose Goose from 5pm - 8pm. WA’s Finest Vol.2, brought to you by Kyza presents, will take place on Saturday, March 16, from 6pm at the Cannery along with the Condingup Community Fair.
The Condingup Fair starts from 10am at the Condingup Community Oval, including a tractor pull, beaut ute comp, dog high jump, stalls and much more. Bring the family for a great day out.
A Dementia Workshop will be held on March 14 from 1pm-4pm and a Compassion Fatigue workshop the following day from 10am until 1pm at the Esperance Bay Yacht Club. For more information, contact 1300 227 377.
The Esperance Public Library will be running an ongoing ‘tech time at macca’s’ on Thursdays from 9am until 11am. The Senior Citizens Centre will also be hosting an NBN Q&A on March 20 from 2pm-4pm. Call 9083 1500 to secure your place.
Tickets are now on sale for The Highwaymen; A tribute to the outlaws of country – coming this March 18. The show features great musicianship with pedal steel guitar, acoustic and electric guitars, drums, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and harmonica. Tickets are available from the Shire Administration 9071 0666 or at www.esperance.wa.gov.au