February 2017
Lunar lanterns light up Subiaco

Subiaco will come alight this Saturday in a celebration of culture, food and music as Lunar Lanterns light up Rokeby Road.
PIAF's breathtaking Vietnamese circus show A O Lang Pho takes over Regal Theatre, with fun and festivities extended out the door and onto the street on Saturday 18 February.
Enjoy Asian style meals in the backyard of Subiaco’s multicultural community strip and sample some of Subiaco’s best food, drinks and services. There's a feast of activities planned including lantern making, lion dancing and face painting for kids and adults alike. 
Lunar Lanters will be held from 2pm to 9pm between Roberts Road and Hay Street with no planned road closures. For event updates follow See Subiaco on Facebook or visit the city’s website

Subiaco Library online

Have you discovered Subiaco Library's new online catalogue? Existing library members can log in for the first time using the default password 0000. Once inside you can update your password under the my account tab. 

Not a member yet? Join the library as an e-member and access free e-books, online resources and online training. Join now. 

Clay-making workshop

We're filling our hearts this month with a free clay heart-making workshop. In this session you will mould and decorate a clay heart to take home as a magnet or brooch. 

Friday 24 February | FREE 

Opera costume display

West Australian Opera is celebrating 50 years with an exhibition of  authentic costumes on display at Subaico Library for the month of February. Learn more about these garments, the productions they featured in and who wore it best. 

Until 28 February | FREE


See Subi on Sunday 

Head back to the 1800s to discover significant developments in Shenton Park including the establishment of the railway. Enjoy history, heritage and beauty in this free walking tour. 

Sunday 12 March | FREE


Immersive technologies

This free technology talk on virtual and augmented reality will have you seeing things like never before. Join Perth tech startup Immersia for a mind-blowing session about the future of this new technology. Plus, try virtual reality for the first time with free demonstrations. 

Monday 13 March | FREE

Labour Day: Men at work

In the hey-day of the industrial era Metters factory was Subiaco’s second largest, employing many locals between 1911 and 1986. The factory operated for more than 80 years from what is now the Home Base site.
Well-known Metters products included stoves, hot water heaters, bathtubs, windmills and enamel ware.
This image from around 1937 shows factory workers operating an enamelling oven. The factory produced enamelled ware including cooking pots, mugs, jugs and more. 

See it for yourself. The Subiaco Museum collection houses several well-known Metters objects including pots, kitchenware and the popular Kooka stove dating back to the 1920s. 

Supplied by Subiaco Museum. 
Various Subiaco venues
Until 5 March
Adele live
Domain Stadium
Tuesday 28 February
Cabernet and canvas
Pure Bar
Wednesday 1 March
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