Events for 17th Dec 2018 - 23rd Dec 2018

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Christmas Crafts at Wanneroo Museum and Cockman House

Home made Christmas decorations

Visit Wanneroo Regional Museum and Cockman House during the month of December to take part in some traditional festive craft activities.

Museum Opening Hours:
Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri // 10am-4pm
Thurs // 10am-5pm
Sat // 12pm-4pm
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays

Cockman House Opening Hours:
Sundays // 2pm-5pm
Closed // 23 December

Decorate beautiful wooden Christmas decorations to take home for your tree, or take part in our school holiday clue hunt running throughout the whole of the Summer Holidays.

Why not take in the rustic beauty at Cockman House on a Sunday afternoon and decorate little wooden reindeers while you’re there as a Christmas keepsake.

*Please note that the Museum will be closing at 1pm on Friday 21 December.

Summer Reading Club - Curious Creatures

Children being read to.

Explore and read about the wonderful world of critters and creatures, large and small, real and imagined. Create your own fabulous beasties and earn rewards!

Discover new animal characters and fantastic species of the natural world.  Learn new facts and marvel at all the wonders of the animal kingdom.

Become a club member at any of the City of Wanneroo Libraries.  Register and receive a fabulous giveaway pack, complete with activity sheets, puzzles and super reading suggestions.

Summer Wonderland 2018

Child doing crafts

Visit Summer Wonderland, an interactive children’s activity zone upstairs in the conference room at Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre.

Opening hours: 
Weekdays only // 10:00am to 4:00pm

It’s time to celebrate Christmas by the beach, under the sea and the Australian sun. There will be oceans of fun making fish kites, searching for sea shells, making turtles and crabs, decorating reindeer food pouches, creating seaside wreaths and peg reindeers. All of these wonderful craft activities are self-led and made for parents and children to make together. 

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The Patron Saint of Lost Things: St Anthony in Wanneroo

St Anthony in Wanneroo

Learn about the history of St Anthony’s Church in Wanneroo.

Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm 

In 1932, a new church for Wanneroo was dedicated to St Anthony of Padua, the Patron Saint of Lost Things at the proposal of Antonino Crisafulli. 

St Anthony’s Church went on to become an important spiritual, community and educational facility for the Catholic community of Wanneroo.

Learn about the history of this lost and found again institution through this display of historical images and artefacts.

Live in the Amphitheatre

City of Wanneroo civic centre crowd

Nothing says Australian summer like a trip to the outdoor cinema.

Catch a favourite flick under the stars this summer!

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City of Wanneroo Events

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