The museum will be closed and under maintenance from Sunday 5th May to Monday 13th May. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Writing Your Memoirs with Rosemary Stevens
Do you have a story to tell based on your life experience? Where do you begin? And how should you proceed? This workshop will help trigger memories and provide the tools to bring your story to life in a relaxed atmosphere. No previous experience necessary, simply bring along pen, paper and a patchwork of memories.
Where: Mandurah Community Museum
When: Friday 24th May
Time: 10am to 1.40pm
Tea and coffee available and lunch provided.
Contact the Mandurah Community Museum on 9550 3682 to make a booking.
Limited spaces available.
Dalrymple School Room Digital Re-enactment
The Posthumous Monster Digital Projection Extravaganza launch date was March 8, 2012.
A re-enactment dedicated to William Robert Dalrymple, a local pioneer of education during the early nineteen hundreds took place in Dalrymple School.
Mandurah children from Glencoe Primary School and local resident Patrick Kilcoyne spent 2 days filming. They recreated a typical school day in the early 1900s and experienced for themselves, what school would have been like.
This film is shown to visitors and school groups to the Museum, to enhance their experience, understanding and interpretation of Dalrymple School.
You are welcome to view this digital re-enactment when you visit the Mandurah Community Museum.
Changes at the Museum
Interested in Mandurah’s history and heritage. Contribute to the creation of permanent exhibits by filling out the survey. Click on the link and have your say.
Mandurah Museum Community Input(1).pdf