Learn new art of 3-D printing
Head along to Moonrise Cinema and catch a heart-warming Australian tale about Oddball, the mischievous dog with a nose for wildlife protection.
On Middle Island, penguins have made their home, but foxes have found the island and have reduced the penguin population.
An eccentric chicken farmer named Swampy teams up with his granddaughter to train their mischievous dog, Oddball, to protect the penguins from these predators Have you ever wondered how 3-D printing works?
Do you have an amazing idea for a print or pattern but are not sure how to bring it to life?
The future of printing is here and the Roebourne Library is offering 3-D printing induction lessons to help boost your knowledge and provide a hands-on and interactive experience with this amazing technology.
Classes will give you a basic understanding of the technology by putting some 3-D printers into action.
Learn about how 3-D technology was developed and what it is used for.
Find out which computer programs are available to model your ideas for free and then start creating fantastic 3-D designs. in an attempt to reunite his family and save their seaside town.
Bring a picnic and a comfy chair and relax in the open air.
To buy your tickets, visit moonrisecinema.com.au, or call 9186 8653.
Free 3-D printing workshops will be held at the Roebourne Library tomorrow from 3pm-4pm.
For more information, contact Gloria Preston on 9186 8660.