Autumn is here and in celebration of The BFG exhibition at the Grosvenor Museum in Chester, Storyhouse Library are dedicating weekend crafts during September to the one and only Roald Dahl and his fantastic illustrator Quentin Blake. Why not join in the fun and get creative too?

Make your creative dreams come true every Saturday and Sunday, 11am until 4pm, in The Den.

Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September
Create a whoosy-wiffling BFG craft. Bound to be popular with all Human Beans…

Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 September
Help the Fantastic Mr. Fox make his own apples and chickens. That way, he won’t have to go on his own ‘fox hunt’ for them.

Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 October
Make your own spooky character to take home.

Time details

11am - 4pm

Upcoming events

Saturday 1 October 11am The Den
Sunday 2 October 11am The Den

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