Delve into an eclectic Spring in Armadale
Music, art and culture, food and markets, trails, walks and workshops, the 2018 City of Armadale's Spring into Armadale has returned.
With a bigger and eclectic calendar of events from August to the end of November, this year’s festival boasts over 50 unique community events promoting the rich tapestry of culture, arts, food, music and people in the Armadale Perth Hills region.
City of Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones OAM, JP said the festival is a fantastic opportunity for the local community to showcase its people, their products and the natural beauty of the region, and allow our visitors to gain an insight into why Armadale holds such special importance to us.
“After the success of last year the festival has returned, bringing with it many well-loved signature events including: The Outside the Frame Art Awards from 11 to 19 August; FRAMED Fiesta! on 17 August; the Its Yates Springtime at Araluen from 18 August to 24 September; and The Armadale Highland Gathering and Perth Kilt Run on Saturday 9 September, plus some great new additions too.”
This year, culture loving visitors to the City will also have a chance to go in the running to win an iPad or other bonus prizes.
“All you have to do is take a photo of you experiencing culture around the City of Armadale, share it on @perthhillsarmadale and include the hashtags #perthhillsarmadale on Facebook or Instagram for a chance to win.”
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“During the next three months I encourage you to take the time to attend as many Spring into Armadale events and activities as you can,” he added.
To see the vibrant and packed calendar of events go to www.perthhillsarmadale.com.au or contact the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre on 9394 5410 for further information.