Where else could you go during the school holidays to build and launch
your own rocket high into the air! The City of PAE Libraries STEM team
has you covered.
The event is on the sand at Semaphore Beach, just north of
the jetty. Yes, you will get sandy, cold and possibly a bit wet so you'll need
to be dressed warmly, maybe bring a beach blanket, raincoat or umbrella. But I
guarantee you, you won't be disappointed by this fun rocket science event.
Please book for your child. Parents attend as the rocket
support team but don’t need to book.
Play Laser Skirmish in an empty Library after hours and spend some
time in the state-of-the-art game theatre too! The Games Van offers an exciting
place for gamers to play all the hottest games together on big screens.
Bookings Essential. Please book for your child only.
Watch your LEGO come to life in GooRoo's Lego Animation workshop! See how the popular LEGO movies were made, and learn how to create
your own animated masterpiece. A huge range of Lego sets to suit all
interests are provided on the day. The session ends with a screening of each
child's animated Lego movie.
Pico, a world traveller, is on route to a small island
in the middle of the ocean to deliver a special package to
Jacques, a deep-sea adventurer. On this underwater
exploration Pico meets all the wonderful and diverse
creatures of the ocean.
Ages 4 - 10 years.
Please book a spot for yourself and also one for your child. Please stay and watch together.
In this interactive in-person workshop, writer, poet and
performer Matcho Cassidy will guide young participants on a journey to
self-discovery using poetry and performance to unlock emotions and find new
ways to express themselves both on paper and in-person.
Whether it’s simply working through or finding the tools to
communicate more effectively, to be more emotive, or bend your thinking about
the 'boundaries' of creativity, this event will be a fun way to kick off the
holidays with new skills and a deeper appreciation for performance art.
Dinosaurs Down Under is a performance by singing
palaeontologist Professor Flint that helps tell the story of prehistoric
Australia. For we who dwell in Australia, it is an important part of learning
about the story, to learn about our own prehistoric creatures.
Bookings Essential. Please only book for your child. Parents are encouraged to drop their child off and stay
close by in the Library.
This show explores chemical reactions with lots of colours
and wonder. With fire demonstrations and some mess we also tackle things
changing different states of matter. This is a fantastic way to see some wicked
Please book a spot for yourself and also one for your child
for this session.