Every single day this summer holiday, head down to Storyhouse’s Den for free arts and crafts for all ages.

The crafts will have a special theme each week to coincide with that week’s Family Saturday film! You can find out more and book your Family Saturday film here – but the crafts are free for everyone. Ran by the Storyhouse library team.

Week beginning Saturday 22 July – Week One
Fantasy Lands inspired by Beauty and the Beast
Unicorns, Harry Potter and dragon’s eggs

Week beginning Saturday 29 July – Week Two
Pirates and Parrots inspired by Swallows and Amazons
Treasure maps/pirates/islands/

Week beginning Saturday 5 August Week Three
Zoo Trip inspired by Zootroplis
Prints/ footprints/ puppets / discover our planet

Week beginning Saturday 12 August Week Four
Silliest Animals – A Dog’s Purpose
Grass heads/ make yourself look silly / masks / tails

Week beginning Saturday 19 August Week Five
Imaginary Worlds – Chronicles of Narnia
Consequence animals / mobiles of your own worlds

Week beginning Sat 26 August Week Six
Under the Sea – Finding Dory
Magnetic fishing/ glitter dough/ sea in a bottle

Free to drop-in, the Den.

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