Arts and Crafts at Local Libraries

Running from
Next event: Saturday 22 October at 10am
  • Free (drop in)
  • Ellesmere Port Library, Weaverham Library, Upton Library, Malpas Library, Great Boughton Library, Barnton Library, Blacon Library, Wharton Library, Tattenhall Library, Tarporley Library, Northwich Library, Winsford Library, Helsby Library, Hope Farm Library, Little Sutton Library, Frodsham Library, Lache Library, Neston Library, Sandiway Library, Tarvin Library

Part of: WayWord Festival, Free activities and events

Arts and crafts activities happening at libraries across Chester and Cheshire West as part of WayWord Festival.

 

Upcoming events

Saturday 22 October 10am Winsford Library
Saturday 22 October 10.30am Barnton Library
Monday 24 October 10am Wharton Library
Monday 24 October 10.30am Frodsham Library
Monday 24 October 10.30am Helsby Library
Monday 24 October 10.30am Tattenhall Library
Monday 24 October 2pm Northwich Library
Monday 24 October 2.30pm Lache Library
Monday 24 October 2.30pm Tarporley Library
Tuesday 25 October 10.30am Great Boughton Library
Tuesday 25 October 10.30am Neston Library
Tuesday 25 October 2pm Sandiway Library
Tuesday 25 October 2pm Tarvin Library
Tuesday 25 October 2.30pm Malpas Library
Tuesday 25 October 2.30pm Tattenhall Library
Wednesday 26 October 10.30am Frodsham Library
Wednesday 26 October 10.30am Helsby Library
Wednesday 26 October 10.30am Weaverham Library
Wednesday 26 October 2pm Winsford Library
Wednesday 26 October 2.30pm Upton Library
Thursday 27 October 10.30am Ellesmere Port Library
Thursday 27 October 10.30am Frodsham Library
Thursday 27 October 10.30am Little Sutton Library
Thursday 27 October 10.30am Neston Library
Thursday 27 October 10.30am Tattenhall Library
Thursday 27 October 2pm Tarvin Library
Thursday 27 October 2.30pm Blacon Library
Thursday 27 October 2.30pm Hope Farm Library
Friday 28 October 10am Northwich Library
Friday 28 October 10.30am Neston Library
Friday 28 October 2.30pm Barnton Library
Friday 28 October 2.30pm Great Boughton Library
Friday 28 October 2.30pm Weaverham Library
Saturday 29 October 10am Sandiway Library

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