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STUDENTS from Makybe Rise Primary School in Baldivis and Rockingham Montessori School have won a street art competition in support of positive mental health.
The Bunbury Men's Shed has reached out to assist one of the region's many prospering primary schools.
2018 for VenuesWest has all been a year full of change, transformation and growth, as well as a long list of achievements that have been celebrated along the way.
Esperance Community Arts is launching into 2019 with eight community partnership projects already underway.
An Aboriginal music touring project is bringing contemporary music and culture to some of our most hard to reach areas.
At the start of last financial year, we welcomed Mentally Healthy WA to the Program for a two-year period, joining Autism West, Starlight Children’s Foundation and St Vincent de Paul Society WA.
Families have flocked to events during the Festival of Busselton’s first week.
There is a lot of evidence to demonstrate that participation in arts-based activities can have a range of positive benefits for individual and community wellbeing.
It was all about women at a free health and wellbeing day at Cockburn ARC on Wednesday.