School holidays at the Western Australian Museum – Kalgoorlie-Boulder Finding Dory and making music at the Museum Sat 2 Jul 2016 – Sun 17 Jul 2016 10:00am – 3:00pm Museum of the Goldfields Finding Dory has just premiered in Australian cinemas. What do we know about Dory and her friends? Come along to have some fun finding Dory and learn about some of the creatures from the film. To help save Dory and fellow wildlife in the ocean we need to create less rubbish. Learn how you can help with a creation by students participating in the recent Art vs Science recycling project. Can you find Dory? Dates: 2 July 17 July Time: 10am to 3pm daily Cost: $2.50 per child Ages: 4+ Bookings: Not required Make your way around the Museum galleries where you will find Dory and her friends. Can you find Dory? Music Makes the world Go Round Dates: Friday 8th 1pm to 3pm, Sat 9th 1pm to 3pm, Sun 10th 10am to 12pm Cost: Free Ages: 4+ Bookings: Not required Music Makes the World Go Round Well that is what the song says anyway! Have you thought about playing an instrument and joining the Goldfields Brass Band? Come to the Museum these holidays and have a go at playing some instruments, maybe learn to play a note or two. Talk to some members of the Goldfields Brass Band and find out what it is like to play in a band. Waste Warrior Dates: 2 July 17 July Time: 10am 3pm daily Cost: Free Ages: 2+ Bookings: not required Come and explore the Waste Warrior, which was created by Goldfields students to showcase how material can be recycled. Scan the QR code to download the video the students created, which shows what they learned about recycling in Kalgoorlie. Fishing for information Dates: 2 July 17 July Time: 10am 3pm daily Cost: Free Ages: 2+ Bookings: not required Fishing in Kalgoorlie? We have a fishing game but what do you know about the characters from Finding Dory? Match the fish you catch with fun information to learn more As you catch your fish, match them up to the information and find out more about some of the interesting creatures in our ocean. Did you know that the Blue Tang Fish (Dory) cannot be captive bred and all the Dorys in aquariums are captured from the wild? Movies @ the Museum Dates: 6 July and 13 July Time: 1pm Cost: Free Ages: 6+ Bookings: Essential Bring your Pillows and Popcorn to join us for a Movie Afternoon at the Museum. Wednesday 6th July JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH Adventure/Family, Rated PG, 92 Minutes Starring: Brendan Fraser, Josh Hutcherson When scientist Professor Trevor Anderson agrees to look after his nephew Sean for 10 days, he also discovers similarities in the earth's shifting tectonic plates to the circumstances at the time of the disappearance of his scientist brother Max. He sets off to check his electronic probe in Iceland, with Sean in tow. They meet up with local guide Hannah, whose father ran the volcano research institute near Reykjavík, who agrees to guide them to the possible source of the volcanic activity. But they discover a fantastic and dangerous world of strange animals and plants in the centre of the earth.