Home    Subscribe    List an Event    Contact    Login

Family Events in Perth This Week (Monday 3rd of July - Sunday 9th of July)

by JAJ (follow)
List Your Event

Kids Wonderland is back in Perth for 2017 during the July school holidays!

Watch overhead in July when this iconic laneway features a colourful canopy of winters best friend the umbrella.

Movies, documentaries, short films and animations from all corners of the globe, including locally, will be screened at Rev 2017.

A fantastic day of performance, cultural celebration, health and community information stalls, jobs expo, and more.

This special ‘drop and leave’ school holiday program for 7 to 14 year olds is presented by Educated by Nature.

Kids will take part in a diverse range of activities, including Rock Climbing, Flying Fox, High Rope Activities, a Commando Course, Archery and Mountain Biking throughout the day.

Peppa and her little brother George, along with friend Sammy, are live on stage in Peppa Pig's 'Taking Turns' show at Karrinyup Shopping Centre from Monday, 3rd July to Sunday, 9th July.

Gymnastics WA will be offering children aged 3 to 10, a chance to participate in their FREE Come 'n' Try Clinic".

This workshop will cover a range of acting and performance skills including improvisation, voice, movement and character building as well as knowledge from all areas of theatre.

Kids of all ages are welcome to this exhibition based on French author Jules Verne’s 1870 classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

This new special exhibit at Scitech is for slightly older kids (7-16 years) and is a unique and hands on exhibition that allows kids to solve a crime using forensic science and technology.

Chances are your teen has a camera, phone or other device capable of taking awesome pictures – but do they know how to use it properly?

This year, Lego ‘Brickman’ Ryan McNaught has created some of the world’s most iconic landmarks and buildings out of Lego, including the Empire State Building and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, plus an enormous Volkswagon ‘Bug’.

Kids and adults alike will enjoy the new exhibition called The Rise of Sneaker Culture which has opened at the Art Gallery of WA.



Get this list via email
Event times and venues are subject to change. Please check with the event coordinators for updated information.
I like this Article - 1
ID: 56740
[ Submit a Comment ]
Categories
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version