Celebrate Ability

Add to calendar Tuesday 3 December 2019 10am-1pm

Celebrate Ability is a free event and everyone is welcome. It offers fun and inclusive activities to celebrate everyone's abilities.

See live performances by:

  • The Sunday Afternoon Collective - Playtime with Grace and Fergus who bring music to life in their unique way 
  • Interactive drumming performance - Rhythm Mix
  • A beautiful performance by Lilyan
  • Amazing electric guitar skills by Keiren Wouk
  • Face painting
  • A visit from Santa
  • Quiet Zones includes ipads and digital equipment to create 2D and 3D art
  • Plus loads of free and fun activities
  • We also have the Changing Places facility on site.
Come along parents, carers, grandparents, schools, everyone! We'd love to have you.

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Bibra Lake Regional Playground

Progress Drive, 
Bibra Lake WA 6163



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9 Coleville Crescent,
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