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02
July

NAIDOC Week

Official celebrations will commence Monday, 3 July. At 9.30am there will be a Welcome to Country and Flag Raising Ceremony outside the Shire of Esperance Administration Building.

After the ceremony the Esperance Tjaltjraak Native Title Aboriginal Corporation is extending an invitation to “Walk with Us” and the Mandoornup Eagle puppet, down Andrew Street along the Esplanade to the Scout Hall. From 10am to 2pm there will be a range of activities including traditional dancing, necklace beading, storytelling and singing, traditional tools and more.

01
July

Tough Love Seminar

14
July

A French Weekend in Esperance

Look out for all things French on the weekend of 14-16 July as we celebrate France's national holiday and our French connections.

27
May

Skate Clinic May 27 & 28

Horizon Power, Southern Ports Authority and the Shire proudly present Esperance Tailtap Skate Clinics.

The aim of the Skate Clinics is to give all ages and abilities an opportunity to develop their skate skills. The new Esperance Skate Park has seen an increase in people wanting to learn to skate and experienced skaters looking to further their own skill sets.

Clinics will be hosted over Saturday & Sunday by coaches accredited by the Australian Skate Federation. These clinics will be FREE thanks to the support of Horizon Power and Southern Ports Authority.

29
April

Skate Clinic

The aim of the Skate Clinics is to give all ages and abilities an opportunity to develop their skate skills. The new Esperance Skate Park has seen an increase in people wanting to learn to skate and experienced skaters looking to further their own skill sets.

Clinics will be hosted over Saturday & Sunday by coaches accredited by the Australian Skate Federation. These clinics will be FREE thanks to the support of Horizon Power, Southern Ports Authority and the Shire of Esperance.

21
April

Golf

20
April

Indoor Street Soccer

19
April

AFL

18
April

Yoga

Yoga 

BYO mat or towel

In the event of wet weather the session will be held in the Scout Hall.

 

13
April

Blessing of the Roads

The Blessing of the Roads ceremony aims to raise community awareness about the importance of driving safely over the Easter long weekend.

As well as providing a blessing for the safety of all road users, the ceremony will recognise our police, emergency services personnel and volunteers who work to provide services intended to save lives and help make our roads safer. 

 

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