• Small Biz Chat

    Armadale Park Café

    The small biz sector is large and vibrant. Small businesses make up 97% of all businesses operating in Australia. Whether we get into building our own small business because we want to spend more time with our family, to work on our own terms, be at home with our children, or to pursue a lifelong passion..... whatever the reason, small business counts! And it can be incredibly rewarding But it can also be it can be brutally tough, isolating and a wee bit confusing This is a meetup where small business owners can come together and discuss shared experiences, bounce around ideas, talk through challenges, and importantly, to celebrate wins. It's a meetup where you can gain support and inspiration to push forwards to a successful small business. This is a casual meetup, no need to bring anything but yourself, although a notebook may be useful to jot down inspired ideas. We will meet fortnightly; -on a Monday 10am-12pm -beginning the 25th of March -at Armadale Park Cafe in Armadale # Please note change of venue. Original venue was Haynes Bar and Grill. Now meeting at Armadale Park Cafe. You will find us at the table with the yellow Befriend flag. Haynes Bar and Grill have a great menu for those who wish to purchase themselves a drink or snack during the catch up. This is a child friendly venue, but please remember that children are the responsibility of the person who they came with. Small business lights me up. I have run my own for a few years and have recently graduated with a Diploma of Business and am now studying a Bachelor of Social Science. I would love to hear what you're up to :)

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  • Sunset walk at Burns Beach

    Burns Beach Cafe

    Meet on the coastal path outside the cafe. Look for the "Befriend" flag. Wear comfortable shoes for walking. We will walk/roll for 30 minutes south of Burns Beach and then return as the sun sets. If you don't want to walk the whole distance there are plenty of benches with beautiful views to make use of. You can join us again on our way back. Generally we will walk regardless of the weather. As someone dear to me used to say: "There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing".

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  • Gentle Flow Yoga

    Foyer Oxford

    All welcome to an hour of gentle flow yoga that includes some stretching, balance, strength building, breathing and guided meditation. Suitable for beginner or experienced yogis. Bring a mat if you have one. RSVP as numbers are limited due to size of space in the Kindle Room upstairs at The Foyer.

  • Make New Friends, See Old Friends or Just Socialise

    Cherubs Cucina

    Come say hello, have a beverage, share a pizza, meet new friends or invite some old friends. Whatever the weather, come and join Sii for some warm conversation and a friendly catch up.

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  • Hatha Yoga for everybody

    Belmont (Ruth Faulkner) Library- Meeting Room

  • Full Moon Astro and Space Chat

    Needs a location

    A$2.00

    Join us on the grass at Britannia Reserve as we view and discuss the full moon. It rises at 6:05 PM, so from 5:30 we'll chat about the sky and what's over your heads! View the moon through my 14 inch telescope and ask all those tricky questions you have. Gold coin donation is appreciated and children should be supervised. Clear skies, Rob

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  • Boomerang Bag Sewing

    City of Wanneroo - Clarkson Library

    Volunteers from all walks of life get together to make re-useable fabric "Boomerang Bags" using recycled materials, to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic bags. The bags are given away to friends, family, colleagues, bagless strangers and so on, as a plastic bag alternative that can be used and reused, or passed on to others in need. The bags create a platform to start conversations, make friends, up-cycle materials and work towards shifting society’s throw away mentality to a more sustainable revolution of re-use – one community, needle and thread at a time! Thanks to wonderful donations from the local community, all materials are provided. BYO sewing machine if you would like to help out by sewing. No experience necessary, experienced sewists are available to help you if you are just starting out! Plenty of things for non-sewists to do as well.

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  • Bingo in Armadale

    Gwynne Park

    Befriend are going to the Armadale Bingo - join your host Maggi and co-host Jane for a night of number fun! - Every Thursday (except Public Holidays) evening at Armadale Football Club, Gwynne Park, Seventh Road Armadale. - Doors open from 5.30 Eyes down 7.30pm finishing about 10pm - Costs are $1 parking, $3.00 per book and Flyers are $1.50 per sheet. - Limited Snacks available for sale - Sadly, no public transport is available to the Venue at those times. - This is an alcohol free event - no Alcohol can be served or consumed on the premises whilst Bingo is in session - Please RSVP so a table can be reserved - look for the yellow table top flag on the night. - All proceeds go to Lions community projects. - Phone or send an SMS to Maggi on[masked] with any questions.

  • Pizza & Games Night

    Tavolo @ Belmont Forum (Next door to Reading Cinemas)

    Who doesn't like pizza, and who doesn't like a bit of fun with adult games? We're combining the two for a tasty treat & healthy fun. I will bring some games, but feel free to bring your own as well. We'll meet at indoor entrance of Tavolo which is opposite the cinema ticket stands. Tavolo is a tasty, reasonably priced Italian restaurant. Please bring enough money for food and drinks. And bring your sense of fun and adventure too. Meet at the entrance opposite the cinema ticket stands. Sandie will have the yellow Befriend flag.

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