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Who We Are

Glyde-In Community Learning Centre, 42 Glyde Street, East Fremantle, offers courses, talks and activities that we hope will enrich your enjoyment and knowledge, and foster a healthy community life.

We aim to be a source of learning that doesn't cost the earth, that doesn't need prior knowledge or qualifications, and doesn't ask for a huge commitment of your time. Our courses are non-competitive and informal, including art and craft classes, language classes and computer classes. Tutors are from all walks of life, and we welcome more! Glyde-In is committed to the inclusion and recognition of all members. The premises are wheelchair accessible. The Centre is run by a volunteer Management Committee, and four part-time staff members. We generate much of our funding through membership and course fees, and are also supported greatly by the Town of East Fremantle, who provides our building and its maintenance, and substantial funding. For a copy of the Chair's 2022 report, please click HERE

Glyde-In gratefully acknowledges the support of staff and councillors of East Fremantle Council.

Enrolments for Term 3, 2023 open on Wednesday 19 July - book in person from 8.30am, online from 9am and continue throughout the term, spaces permitting.

Whilst masks are not mandatory, we do encourage everyone to wear a mask when attending indoor events and to keep your vaccinations up to date. Please stay home if you’re feeling unwell or have flu-like symptoms and seek medical assistance where appropriate. 



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Coming Up...

...Click on an activity below for details or, visit our programme page for a complete list and to enrol into multiple activities.

Cost $40, $35 for Members, $35 Concession
Date Thursday 28-Sep-2023
Single session
Time 11:00am (1 hr)

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This striking program is a musical celebration of heroes, great and small. Johan Wagenaars Cyrano de Bergerac Overture is a musical portrait of the title character in Edmond Rostand''s play. Sibelius vivid Symphony No.1 must be one of the greatest first symphonies ever composed. Opening with a brooding clarinet solo over softly rumbling timpani it climaxes with a majestically passionate melody carried on glorious waves of sound, before a Nordic chill brings a haunting conclusion. Otto Tausk conducts. Book by 25 August

Glyde-In is grateful for the support of:

   town of east fremantleThe Town of East Fremantle     lotterywestLotterywest    


Glyde-In is a proud member of:

linkwest logo Linkwest Community Learning & Development adult learners weekAdult Learners Week logoWacossWA Council of Social Services