Join Carers WA and celebrate Carers Week 2021 with a Photo and Picnic in the Park event. Carers are invited to bring along the person they care for
Join Carers WA and celebrate Carers Week 2021 with a Photo and Picnic in the Park event.
Carers are invited to bring along the person they care for and family or friends for a free photoshoot session by local family photographer Jack and Purdy. After you have had your professional photos taken, sit and enjoy a provided light lunch picnic hamper in the shady Variety Pavilion at Kings Park.
A range of photo sessions are open during the day. Sessions are limited. Expressions of interest to attend close Friday, 24th September.
Where: Variety Pavilion, Kings Park (Saw Avenue Picnic Area carpark)
When: Saturday, 16th September 2021 | 20-minute sessions between 10.00am – 2.00pm
Express your interest here
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Saw Avenue Picnic Area, Kings Park (Variety Pavilion)
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