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Museum of Water Celebration Day

Museum of Water Celebration Day

Fremantle Leisure Centre, Sun 4 Mar,
9am - 1pm

Spend the final Festival weekend at Fremantle Leisure Centre and dive into a family friendly program of behind the scenes pool tours, swimmers manifestos, inflatables, floating artworks, synchronized swimming and a live underwater DJ set by Rok Riley . Make sure you have a sip of our finest drop, infused with peppermint leaves, marri blossoms and WA natives at the Water Bar.

This event will take place at the 50m Pool, directly next to the stadium seating.

 

Hosted by Lucy Gibson.

No Bookings, Casual Pool Fees Apply

Program

9am – 1pm               Museum of Water, Water Bar & Art Afloat in the 50m pool
9 – 11.30am             Swimmers Manifesto | more info
9 – 11.30am              DJ Rok Riley underwater set
11.30am – 1pm       Synchronized Swimming | more info
10am & 12pm          Behind the Scenes Pool Tours | more info

Museum of Water Celebration Day is part of a series of events celebrating Museum of Water, an exhibition of publicly donated water and accompanying stories exhibited at Fremantle Arts Centre 7 Feb – 23 March 2018.

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Celebration Day Host

Lucy Gibson

Lucy Gibson is a journalist-turned-film-publicist who, when she’s not sitting in a dark cinema watching or promoting movies, is chasing the black line in the swimming pool or getting her saltwater fix in the ocean. Having followed her two big brothers into the pool, Lucy captained her local swimming club in England but her true love affair with the sport began when she moved to Australia in 2000 to cover the Sydney Olympics and subsequently settled in Perth. Since then she has made numerous crossings to Rottnest in teams, duos and as a solo swimmer in the inaugural Port to Pub in 2016. She gets her competitive fix training under coach Paul Newsome’s SwimSmooth programme and her zen with the Port Beach Polar Bears, an inspiring social group who swim seven days a week, 12 months of the year come rain or shine – and love nothing more than a post-swim cup of tea and toast.