Something for everyone to do in August

Wander through the village: The Museum Village has also become a focus for a number of art-related businesses. Photo: Jesinta Burton.
Wander through the village: The Museum Village has also become a focus for a number of art-related businesses. Photo: Jesinta Burton.

The Esperance Growers Market is set amongst the permaculture gardens at Nulsen Primary School and takes place every second week on Saturday mornings between 9am - 11am. The next market will be held on Saturday, August 10.

Come along, grab a plant or two, and delicious preserves or crafts from the Esperance Growers Market.

Perhaps you'd like to peruse the crafts and local bits n bobs or grab a bite to eat on a beautiful Sunday morning at the Museum Village markets, next held Sunday, August 18, from 8.30am-12.30pm

The Buzz at Esperance Civic Centre includes Ross Noble on Tuesday, August 13, from 8pm-10.15pm at the Esperance Civic Centre.

What happens when pure comedy takes human form? What happens when a creature is created and bred to do stand up? Nobody knows because that isn't a thing.

What is a thing, is Ross Noble doing a show. You can come and see. This is it.

Also coming up isJon Stevens - The Hits Tour on Wednesday, August 21, from 7.30pm-9.45pm at the Esperance Civic Centre. Jon Stevens is considered one of the country's best musicians and a legend on the live music scene.

With a back catalogue jam-packed with smash hits, and no shortage of great songs to choose from, Jon Stevens is looking forward to reliving his musical journey, and sharing those experiences with audiences.

On this special tour, the acclaimed singer-songwriter will be covering his entire career, including solo work, right through to Noiseworks, INXS and even Jesus Christ Superstar.

The Cannery Arts Centre has something for everyone, including its Art Lab classes, which present creative workshops for curious minds. Art Lab classes include Sundays are for Pottering, on Sundays at 1pm-3pm, from August 18; Hand Sculpted tableware, on Tuesdays from 6pm-8pm from August 20; and The Wheel on Wednesdays at 6pm-8pm from August 21. For more information, contact

Interested in participating in a free workshop? - Booking and Promoting your own gigs will be held on Thursday, August 22 from 6.00pm-7.00pm at the Cannery Arts Centre. Join Kyron Smithson as he discusses the best way to go about promoting your own gigs.

If you are a young musician just starting out, or a seasoned veteran looking for insight into the current climate, this workshop is for you, brought to you by the Cannery Arts Centre and Kyza Presents and supported by The Rotary Club of Esperance Bay.

The third Club 75 Winter Edition 2019 will be held on Friday, August 23, from 6pm-10pm at the Cannery Arts Centre. Set to the backdrop of The Cannery's stunning pop-up lounge bar, there is a fantastic line-up, including touring act 'Sunday Lemonade' from Victoria and local acts Rachel Vibart, Josh Thomas, Demi Vandenberghe, Pete McMahon and Dave Vooght.

Local food vendor Livvy will be serving up tasty gozlemes and the Cannery bar will be open. Dive in and grab tickets to secure your spot.

Tickets are $16.00+BF for Cannery Members and $18.50+BF for Non-Members and strictly limited to 75.

Stay tuned for the next edition of 'The Buzz' for Adelaide Comedy Gold, Erths Dinosaur Zoo and Silversmith classes.