FM radio Capital digital

Phone: (08) 9364 9888

Community Announcements

If you are a ‘not for profit’ community organisation and wish to let our listeners know about your services or special events, then contact us and let us know the what, where, when, where and why and a land-line telephone contact number. For events please let us know well in advance so that we can give them  plenty of “air” time or put them on this page.

FREE events around Perth


MUSEUM OF WATER - Sat 18 Feb–Sun 5 Mar 2017

What water will you keep?

A vial of tears, melted ice from Antarctica and a plastic bottle of billabong water – every drop tells a story. Choose your water, find something to put it in and tell us why you brought it. PIAF Artist-in-Residence Amy Sharrocks invites you to consider your relationship with the world’s most indispensable liquid as we build the WA edition of the award-winning Museum of Water. Surfing, swimming, desalination, irrigation and thirst – the pleasures and politics of water affect us all.

Set to open in PIAF 2018 before becoming part of the Western Australian Museum’s permanent collection, Museum of Water is a radically different kind of museum.

Cottesloe Beach (next to Surf Lifesaving Club) Sat 18–Sun 19 Feb 2017 
Central Park, Perth CBD Tue 21–Thur 23 Feb 2017  Reflection Pond, UWA Sat 25–Sun 26 Feb 2017



CELEBRATING OTHER VOICES - Sun 5 March 2017 - 4.30pm


Bruce Gladwin (Australia), 
Inua Ellams (Nigeria/UK) and 
Alex Desebrock (Australia)

Join a panel discussion with artists who create space for other voices to be heard – the voices of those that may be ignored, marginalised or overwhelmed by the chatter of the mainstream.


CATHEDRAL SQUARE MARKETS - 01 May 2016 - 05 Mar 2017

The Cathedral Square Markets take place on the first Sunday of every month in the Perth Town Hall.

A collaboration between Cathedral Square and Cool Perth Nights, the carefully curated markets feature a selection of high end, quality vendors from around Western Australia including art, craft, food, design, jewellery, homewares as well as delicious food stalls and local musicians. Each month a revolving selection of stalls are invited to set up shop in Perth’s newest inner-city neighbourhood.

A meal at the State Buildings is the perfect way to finish the day spent perusing the markets, with delicious brunch and dinner menus on offer at Petition Kitchen or breakfast and lunch at Post.


SIMPSON AND HIS DONKEY - AN EXHIBITION - Feb 02, 2017 - Apr 27, 2017

The delightful illustrations by Frané Lessac help to tell the famous World War 1 story. John Kirkpatrick Simpson and his donkey, Duffy, rescued over 300 men during the World War 1 campaign at Gallipoli. 

The colourful illustrations are in stark contrast with the reality of the events and together with the story, give a deeper understanding of the bravery of Australians at war. This is an exhibition of the original illustrations from the children’s picture book Simpson and his Donkey, by Mark Greenwood, illustrated by Frané Lessac.


Disclaimer l Terms of use l copyright
Last updated 26 February 2017