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Azelia Ley Museums celebrating the Pioneers of Cockburn

Azelia Ley Museums Sunday openings will feature Leeming Sax ensemble and Flute Troupe, playing on the verandas, with local artists in the gardens and artwork on display. Wattleup will hold their reunion on the Saturday 17th April.

Set on the banks of Manning Lake, in beautiful Manning Park, the award winning Azelia Ley Museums show how life has changed in our lifetimes, from machinery to costumes, carts to cars, experience life as it was 100years ago, in the Old Wagonhouse, 12 rooms of the Homestead, and the old outbuildings. Wattleup Reunion kick off Heritage month on the Saturday.

On Sundays, Leeming Saxophone Ensemble, part of Leeming Area Community Bands perform, with saxophones ranging from baritone to soprano. The LSE play all genres of music including swing, contemporary, popular, folk and classical.

Leeming Flute Troupe, perform for an hour of musical entertainment from 10:30am on ANZAC day, Sunday April 25, at the Azelia Ley Homestead Museum. Leeming Flute Troupe is an ensemble of eight flutists affiliated with the Leeming Area Community Bands (www.lacb.org.au), and will be performing a repertoire of flute-based trio and quartet arrangements of a wide variety of musical pieces from classical to pop.

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Event Details

Address:
Azelia Ley Homestead Museum, Azelia Road, Hamilton Hill WA

Azelia Ley Museum is set in Manning Park.

Times:

10am - 4.30pm

Entry fees:
By donation
Attendance limit:
no
Onsite facilities: