What to do these school holidays when you don't know
Smash out the remainder of these April school holidays with the kids with April School Holiday Fun, taking place until Sunday 24th April 2016 at various venues at the Perth Cultural Centre in Northbridge, including the State Theatre Centre, Art Gallery of WA, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, the WA Museum and the State Library of Western Australia.
Plan ahead and fill your family's days with fun and activities, taking your pick from a large range of free and affordable events and things to do in the city with the children. The program is full of different activities, including performances, plays, story sessions, viewing exhibitions, workshops, games, animated films and movie screenings.
A few of the popular and fun events in the school holiday program include Wii games on the big screen on the 12th, 14th, 19th and 21st April 2016 from 11am-2pm. Kids can battle friends and friends-to-be in Super Mario Kart from super comfy beanbags in the Perth Cultural Centre.
Pat-a-Llama Day takes place on Friday 15th April at 11am where the whole family can meet and pat the tall, furry creatures before playing a game of giant jenga and chess. There will also be a special screening of the Disney animated film, The Emperor's New Groove at 2pm until 3:30pm to conclude the event.
There is a whole plethora of recreational and educational activities and events to participate in for the kids. An example of other activities planned include:
Year 12 Perspectives 2015 The Secret Garden Exhibition Through the Looking Glass Workshop
History of the World in 100 Objects Play in the Story Place Rhymetime at the Place (State Library)
Calling Young Artists Workshop
Download the school holiday program for a full list of activities and venues here.
For further information about the Perth Cultural Centre's school holiday program, visit the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority website to banish the children's boredom forever (or at least, these school holidays).