Join The Merindas and their band on this special night of Motown, Soul and Disco as they say farewell to Perth and move onto Melbourne. 70's Disco Fancy Dress!
Tickets $15 pre-sale and $20 at the door. VIP tickets are $55 that include pre-drinks with the Merindas with canapes and 2 complimentary drinks from 6:30pm.
The South West Aboriginal Medical Service are celebrating 20 years. Held at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on December 16 from 6.30pm with entertainment by The Merindas and comedian Kevin Kropinyeri.
Gala tickets can be purchased from trybooking.com/329821 or with cash only from the SWAMS administration building located at 3/30 Wellington Street, Bunbury.
This year's South West NAIDOC ball will be held 8 July 2017 at the Bunbury Entertainment Centre. For more information about the event or to get tickets for the ball, please contact Ernie Hill. Details on the poster.
The NAIDOC Perth Ball is the finale to NAIDOC week in Perth. It is an opportunity for people on our community, Sponsors and supporters of NAIDOC in Perth to dress up, socialise with friends and listen to and watch outstanding Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander artists and performances, and are treated to a delicious three course meal and drinks, ending the
night with the Belle and Beau, Lady and Gentleman of the ball.
Friends and family are invited to attend ‘There’s Something About Milly’ a fundraising event to support a friend in need as she challenges cancer head on. All proceeds go to support Milly.
There will be games and entertainment all night long, so bring along your coins, $5 notes and cash for the games!
Amazing art auction.
Canapes supplied by Young George.
Venue supplied by Connections Nightclub.
Entertainment by The Merindas, Ash Baroque, Delvira Midnight, Amanda Dee, Nat Ripepi and more! DJ's Seb Sharp (Kinky) and Dirty Den
Hosted by Narelda Jacobs (Channel 10) and Zoe Warwick
All prizes have all been kindly donated to the event and all proceeds from games and raffles go to support Milly.
Aboriginal football players and Indigenous culture will be celebrated and recognised at the West Coast Eagles v Gold Coast Suns clash at Domain Stadium tomorrow as part of the AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round.
If you are heading to the match, get there early to catch the curtain raiser played by talented Indigenous players from both north and south of the river. You will see Perth Angels FC players Mel, Wirra and Heidi showcasing their skills!
In main game, The Merindas will be performing at halftime with their new single 'We Sing Until Sunrise'.
There is a movement throughout Australia at the moment, pushing for recognition of Indigenous Australians in the constitution. Perth Angels joins with the AFL in support for this! Check out the video below and recognise.org.au for more info.
The long presence of Aboriginal people in this land is part of Australia’s history. I think every fair-minded Australian can understand why recognition will help us to heal old wounds.
- Michael O'Loughlin, AFL Legend