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Inside Out Photo Gallery

The Beaufort Street Network is encouraging all businesses to turn Inside Out.

Bringing merchandise, art, planters, welcome mats and seats out on to the footpath helps make Beaufort Street more interesting and promote local businesses.

The Network is working with the Cities of Vincent and Stirling to make it easier to turn Inside Out. Some possible ideas for businesses are:

  • Bring merchandise out on to the street for display and sale
  • Create pop up installations outside your shop
  • Display interesting objects in shop windows or on the footpath (e.g. public art pieces)
  • Host a pop up performance inside or outside the shop (e.g. buskers, yoga classes, book readings)
  • Bring temporary chairs or pot plants outside your business to provide comfort and greenery for passing pedestrians
  • Alfresco food and drinks

The first Inside Out event was held on Saturday 30 April and Sunday 1 May 2020. It was a trial to help us progress the idea. Here are some of the pictures from the weekend.

Inside Out Entertainment and Kids Activities Sat 30 Apr & Sun 1 May

Inside Out is on this weekend on Beaufort Street.

Local businesses will be activating the street by bringing merchandise, seats and music out on to the footpath. This has never been done in Perth before as a street-long event. So come down and check it out. It’s on from Chatsworth Road, Highgate to Inglewood.

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Inside Out Entertainment and Kids Activities

The Beaufort Street Network has organised some entertainment and kids activities to help boost the vibe.

KIDS

Sandwizard children’s event in carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley) http://www.sandwizard.com.au/

ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday 30 April

11am – 1pm – Yaeger Strauks (beatbox, keyboard and guitar) outside Billie and Rose (across from Cantina)

11am – 1pm – Chloe King (pop and jazz) – behind Mary Street Bakery (near Mary Street Piazza)

11am – 1pm – Danilo Paz (piano accordion & percussion) – carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley)

1pm – 3pm – Geordie Bain (jazz) – behind Mary Street Bakery – to be confirmed

1pm – 3pm – Taryn – outside Billie and Rose (across from Cantina)

2pm – 4pm –  Sarah Ramsey (guitar trio) – carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley)

Sunday 1 May

1-pm – 3pm – Geordie Bain (jazz) – behind Mary Street Bakery

1pm – 3pm – Emma Pace (guitar and sing) – carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley)

Come down this weekend and soak up the Beaufort Street atmosphere!

Beaufort Street Artisan Market Mothers Day Competition

Visit the Beaufort Street Artisan Market on Sunday 1st May and go into the draw to WIN one of 3 prize packs for Mum! The Artisan Market is on from 9am to 1pm in the Barlee Street carpark.

Mothers Day comp

To enter, simply head down to the market, register at the Beaufort Street Network stall and tell us the name of your favourite stall and/or upload a picture of the stall to our Facebook page. Winners will be drawn randomly on Wednesday 4th May and winners names will be published on our Facebook page.

Prize packs include gifts from:

Don’t miss the fun this Sunday. Head down to the Beaufort Street Artisan Market, register for the Mother’s Day competition and see for yourself.

The Upside to the Inside Out Weekend – Sat 30 April and Sun 1 May

Inside Out will create an outdoor market atmosphere
Inside Out will create an outdoor market atmosphere

The end of April nears and the ‘Inside/Out’ event is coming to Beaufort Street, seeing the retailers come out from behind their counters to spill their wares onto the street.

On the weekend of April 30 and May 1, the fabulous shops of Beaufort Street are going to bring their insides out – their shop wares of course. The action packed weekend organised by the good people of the Beaufort Street Network will see the street’s retailers trundle out their best to enjoy a carnival-like atmosphere of activity. And of course the public is needed to complete the party.

“Local businesses will be the star attraction of this concept. We’re hoping that this street activation will entice locals and those further afield to fossick and find unique treasures.

Merchandise on the street attracts pedestrians along Whatley Cr, Maylands
Merchandise on the street attracts pedestrians along Whatley Cr, Maylands

“Bring your friends, family, kids and fur babies to enjoy buskers and street fun. There could be no better time than to enjoy a leisurely stroll along our beloved Street,” said Beaufort Street Network Chair Pam Herron.

An even bigger bonus will be the launch of the revamped Beaufort Street Artisan Market on Sunday the 1st of May.

“We’re appealing to all those locals who love living here to support our local shops who are giving that extra yard with a unique street-side experience,” said Pam.

“Beaufort Street constantly surprises with a unique blend of merchants that offer diversity and interest. Come join the Inside/Out experience on April 30th or the first of May or both. You can never have too much of a good thing!”

Inside Out is presented by the Beaufort Street Network in partnership with community group Inglewood on Beaufort. The event will stretch from Brisbane Street all the way up to Inglewood.

Further details can be found at both the Beaufort Street Network Facebook Page and on the webpage – https://beaufortstreet.com.au/inside-out-weekend/.

Bring some colour on to the street
Some Beaufort Street retailers are already Inside Out

Laneway Long Table Dinner under the Stars 7 April

St Michael 6003 is hosting a Long Table Dinner in the lane between their restaurant and Orno Interiors (across from Beaufort Street Local) on Thursday 7 April 2020.

It will be a beautiful night under the stars with St Michael supplying their renowned 3 course dinner plus wine.

Please see the invitation below for more details.

Money from each ticket sold will go back to the Network to help us create a better Beaufort Street and deliver more events and projects like the 43 completed or in progress over the last few years. See the full list of projects at – beaufortstreet.com.au/about/currentprojects/

Thanks to the event sponsors: Pop Up Planning Co., St Michael 6003, Festoon Lighting Perth, Orno Interiors, Oh Hello Beaufort and Robeson Architects.

Long Table Dinner Insta

 

Pizza & Croquet – 3-7pm, Sun 10 April

 Join us for an afternoon of croquet and sunshine fuelled by scrumptious pizza thanks to Crust Pizza! This community event presented by the Beaufort Street Network will be a whole lot of fun, no matter what age!

When: 3pm – 7pm, Sunday 10 April 2016

Where: Forrest Park Croquet Club

Cost: Tickets are $40 and includes your game of croquet and as much Crust Pizza as you can eat!!

Tickets: There are limited tickets so be sure to gather your friends and buy tickets online now.

Forrest Park Croquet Club is a BYO licensed venue with kids under 12 years of age playing for free. All proceeds are going towards the Beaufort Street Network and it’s goal to create more community-driven events for the people of Mount Lawley and Highgate.

There are limited tickets so be sure to gather your friends and buy tickets online now.

Stay updated on the event –https://www.facebook.com/events/1664122157180759/

Beaufort Street Window Carnevale

The Beaufort Street Window Carnevale will see cash prizes of $250 paid to businesses who decorate their shop windows or residents who spruce up their front yard.

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The Carnevale is being run by the City of Stirling and Inglewood on Beaufort. Business and residents between Walcott Street, Mount Lawley and Salisbury Street, Inglewood (including side streets) can get involved.

Inglewood on Beaufort is providing cash prizes of $250 for each of eight categories, and you can win more than one category! The categories are:

  • Best Window
  • Best Front Yard
  • Best Mt Lawley entry
  • Best Inglewood entry
  • Best Artwork (from galleries/art collectives)
  • Best Primary School entry
  • Best Secondary School entry
  • Lucky Voter

All you need to do is register and create a window or front yard display by 14 March 2020 that: uses at least 50% recycled, found or everyday objects; gives a nod to the Easter theme; and gives a nod to who you are.

For more information and to register, go to www.stirling.wa.gov.au/development/Projects/Pages/placemaking.aspx

Example of what you can do to win a prize in the Great Window Carnevale
Example of what you can do to win a prize in the Great Window Carnevale

The old Benjamin’s bead shop window in Inglewood has been decorated by Juliet Borshoff of Design Merchants.

Now it’s time to get creative with your own display, or to donate a window for local artists and schools.

Beaufort Street Crime Prevention Forum

Our friends at Inglewood on Beaufort have organised a forum to discuss crime prevention following a spate of break-ins in Inglewood. All Network members and Mount Lawley residents are also welcome. Here’s the details –

What: Forum on Crime Prevention

When: 6.00 – 7.30pm, Thursday, 25 February 2020

Where: Bob Daniels Community Centre – 891 Beaufort Street, Inglewood

RSVP: Inglewood on Beaufort Secretary: Damien Giudici by text 0430 0436 094 or email: damieng@abngroup.com.au

Tea and coffee will be supplied. The forum will discuss the issue of local crime & prevention with members of the Police force and the City of Stirling’s Security Services. The objectives are:

  • Obtain an understanding of the issues from the perspective of the local Police and the City’s Security Services
  • Identify ways to deter criminal activity in our locality collaboratively.

 

Beaufort Street Sundowner Tuesday 23 Feb 2020

Everyone is welcome along to the first Sundowner for 2016.

When: Tuesday, 23 February 2020

Time: 5.30-7.30pm

Where: Travel and Sports Australia – 1/544 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley

Why: Meet new people and enjoy a drink

Guest Speaker: Leigh Farnell

BSN INVITATION

This event offers a great opportunity for the business and resident members in and around Beaufort Street to get together and celebrate the diversity of our street.

We would love you to join us for a drink and some food, get a little motivation from the guest speaker and just catch up with friends both old and new.

Please email us at hello@beaufortstreet.com.au by Friday 19th February and let us know if you’re able to attend with or without a friend. Business owners please invite your staff and let us know numbers.

 

Visual Merchandising Masterclasses for Businesses

The appearance of your business has a big influence on what customers might think and whether they will buy something from you. Visual merchandising is about displaying your product, service or concept to its best advantage.

The City of Stirling has organised a Visual Merchandising Masterclass to help market your business –

When: Wednesday 17 February 2020

Time: 6.30-8.30pm

Where: The Den, Civic Hotel, Beaufort Street, Inglewood

Cost: $12 per person

Make a Booking: https://visualmerchandisingmasterclass.eventbrite.com.au

Questions: Call Amanda on 9205 8820

 The class is for all businesses along Beaufort Street in Stirling, whether retail, service-based or dining. Traders in close proximity to Beaufort Street (i.e. side streets) are also invited. Most of the cost is covered by City of Stirling.
Refreshments will be provided at 6pm, with the class running from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. It’s also a great opportunity to meet with other local traders.

The 2-hour masterclass, run by Juliet Borshoff of Design Merchants, will provide training on the core visual merchandising techniques that should be applied to create a strong display as well as reflect your business in the best way. This will also incorporate the importance of a strong street presence and activating your store front.  In the practical part of the session an assortment of props will be used to show how some of the techniques can be applied to shop windows.

The Masterclass will also help business prepare for ….

THE GREAT WINDOW CARNEVALE

The (first) Great Window Carnevale will be Easter-themed, and displays are to feature reused and everyday or found objects, with some reference to the nature of the business behind the window.

The Carnevale will run from 12 March, with winners announced at the last Night Markets of the Season on Easter Monday 28 March. Displays will need to be in place by 11 March and people will then be able to vote on the winners in a number of different categories.