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Drop-in workshop

Across the City

10 Feb - 17 Feb 2018

Free

Throughout February half term we will be collaborating with Bristol Family Arts Festival partners and Bristol Libraries to host a series of creative, intergenerational events for young and old alike, to celebrate the new Age-Friendly Standards.

Delivered in partnership with Children’s Scrapstore, St George’s, The Churches Conservation Trust and community libraries in East Bristol.

Calling all grandparents and grandchildren………….

Junction 3 Library

Saturday 10 February, Making Memories, 1-4pm, FREE. Join Children’s Scrapstore to creatively explore the theme of memories. Make a memory box, collage your favourite memories and create some new ones!

Tuesday 13 February, Story : Sing : Make, 2-4pm, FREE. Join St George’s for an afternoon of storytelling, singing, arts and crafts.

Friday 16 February, Heroines and Heroes, 1-4pm, FREE. led by Architecture Centre and The Churches Conservation Trust

Hillfields Library

Tuesday 13 February, Story : Sing : Make, 10.30-12.30pm, FREE. Join St George’s for an afternoon of storytelling, singing, arts and crafts.

Wednesday 14 February, Making Memories, 1-4pm, FREE. Join Children’s Scrapstore to creatively explore the theme of memories. Make a memory box, collage your favourite memories and create some new ones!

Architecture Centre

Home for a Hero, Saturday 10 February, 1-4pm, FREE. This intergernational event lets you chose your own client. From olympic athlete to film star, historic explorer to pop star – who is your hero (or heroine) and can you model their dream house?

St John on the Wall Crypt

Clubbing in the Crypt, Thursday 15 February, 11-3pm, FREE. Come down to Bristol’s secret crypt and dance up a storm!  Led by a professional DJ who will be playing music for all ages from the 1950s to the present day.  If you need a break from all the moving and shaking, there will also be music-based crafts on offer.

Further event details available on the Bristol Family Arts Facebook page.

Supported by Family Arts Campaign.