Soccer School Holidays


Need help keeping the kids entertained these SCHOOL HOLIDAYS? 

Join us @ City of Palmerston Library for our School Holiday Program! 3 weeks - Mon 24 June - Fri 12 July

All sessions are FREE for ages 5-12 & activities kick off 10AM DAILY.

Week 2 from 1st July - 5 July are themed Activities for NAIDOC week.


Monday 24 June

Tuesday 25 June

Wednesday 26 June

Thursday 27 June

Friday 28 June

Science Magic: Messy Mayhem 

Donal Vaughan 

Science Magic:

Crazy Gadgets 

Donal Vaughan 

Juggling Show 

Michael Connell  

The Amazing Drumming Monkey 

Friday Flic:

Trolls Band Together (PG) 

Monday 1 July Tuesday 2 July Wednesday 3 July Thursday 4 July Friday 5 July

Movie Monday:

Bran Nue Dae (PG)  


Aunty June Mills 

Cultural Wildlife Encounters 

Dingo Cockatoo 

Aboriginal Artwork 

Dingo Cockatoo 

Storytelling though poetry

Melanie Mununggurr 

Monday 8 July Tuesday 9 July Wednesday 10 July Thursday 11 July Friday 12 July

Movie Monday: 

Migration (PG) 

Leaf Expression Art 

Kajal Patel 

Children’s Mosaic 

NT Art Storms  

Sand Card Art 

NT Art Storms 

The Amazing Drumming Monkeys 

Please see detailed Information on each activity below:

Science Magic: Messy Mayhem - Donal Vaughan

Donal brings his messier tricks to the stage with cola fountains, exploding potions, a vomiting unicorn and more 'outdoor' tricks. We're not making a mess! We're learning in this family fun show.

Science Magic: Crazy Gadgets - Donal Vaughan

Donal turns engineer and makes some wonderful contraptions that you can build too. From potato rocket launchers, to giant smoke cannons, there are gadgets galore in this family fun show. 

Juggling Show - Michael Connell

Join us for a mix of juggling, comedy and silliness with Michel Connell, a juggler and comedian. 

The Amazing Drumming Monkeys

The Amazing Drumming Monkeys Show is one of Australia’s most popular children’s entertainment acts.  Based in Adelaide (South Australia), the “Monkeys” have performed thousands of shows all over Australia and internationally for the past 20 years. 

Trolls Band Together G

When Branch's brother, Floyd, is kidnapped for his musical talents by a pair of nefarious pop-star villains, Branch and Poppy embark on a harrowing and emotional journey to reunite the other brothers and rescue Floyd from a fate even worse than pop-culture obscurity.

Bran Nue Dae PG

In the Summer of 1965 a young man is filled with the life of the idyllic old pearling port Broome - fishing, hanging out with his mates and his girl. However his mother returns him to the religious mission for further schooling. After being punished for an act of youthful rebellion, he runs away from the mission on a journey that ultimately leads him back home.

Witladla - Aunty June Mills

Witladla has lost his necklace! How will he be able to get it back on his own? Meet, sing and dance along with Witladla and his friends as he discovers that together we can do anything! 

Produced for pre-school aged children, Larrakia Elder June Mills tells the story of the little owl, Witladla, and his lost necklace. Filled with original songs, puppets that reference traditional Larrakia designs and fun interactions, young audiences will be captivated by this moment of a lost necklace in the life of Witladla.

Cultural Wildlife Encounters - Dingo Cockatoo 

Teaching Participants about the cultural significance of different animals from Bininj West Arnhem/Kakadu perspective. Talk about creation stories, purpose for food. Children & Adults will get touch & hold with a photo opportunity.

The following Animals are included.

Crocodiles : Ginga ( Salt Water, Kumoken ( Freshwater), Turtles : Almangiyi (Long Neck Turtle) Ngarderrwoh (Short or Yellow face), Lizards: Kurndamen (Frilled Lizard), Burarr (Water Monitor), Galawan (Sand Goanna, Skinks: Kurrih (Blue Tongue), Snakes: Djokbinj ( Children Python), Maddjurn (Black Headed), Mandjurdurrk (Olive Python), Barndol (Carpet), Nawaran (Stone country Python)

Aboriginal Artwork - Dingo Cockatoo 

Dale Austin, an artist from south Alligator region of Kakadu. Children will get to take part in creating aboriginal artwork. 

Storytelling though poetry - Melanie Munanggurr

Melanie Mununggurr is a Djapu mother, poet, storyteller and performer.  Melanie uses her connection to her land, culture and language in the literary and performance space through the use of Dhuwal language weaved throughout her poems. 

Migration PG

After a migrating duck family alights on their pond with thrilling tales of far-flung places, the Mallard family embarks on a family road trip, from New England, to New York City, to tropical Jamaica.

Leaf Expression Art - Kajal Patel

Postcard making workshop using leaf expression art. It is a form of creative expression that involves using actual leaves to create patterns, designs, or images on various surfaces like paper, fabric, canvas, or even walls.

Children's Mosaic - NT Art Storms 

Perfect for the 3's and over sensory activity promotes numbers and colours cognition, thinking improvement, puzzle solving, parent-child interaction and patience.

Sand Card Art - NT Art Storms 

Show your artistic flare with the pick, peel and pour process using an array of coloured sand to create your art work.

The Amazing Drumming Monkeys

The Amazing Drumming Monkeys Show is one of Australia’s most popular children’s entertainment acts.  Based in Adelaide (South Australia), the “Monkeys” have performed thousands of shows all over Australia and internationally for the past 20 years. 

For more information feel free to call our friendly Library staff on (08) 8935 9999