Easter Activities with ST-ART
Craft activities organised by the Barton based children’s art charity ST-ART for the approaching school holidays all have an Easter theme.
The Ropewalk in Barton, Broughton’s Village Hall, the Village Hall in Barrow and Scunthorpe’s Westcliff Youth Centre are hosting the workshops which are suitable for young people aged between five and 13 years old.
ST-ART’s Project Co-ordinator Janine Knight said the workshop artists were all working on the theme of Easter.
“There is the opportunity to create a multi-coloured chicken complete with a co-ordinating nest, egg and chick, an Easter Bunny puppet complete with moving feet, decorate a felt egg-shaped pocket to hide little eggs inside, a decorated 3D chicken using paper and card as well as a cute bunny, sitting with his flower basket, waiting for Easter to arrive,” said Janine.
“As well as the workshops we also have a matinee screening of the Oscar winning Disney film, Frozen on Friday, April 11.”
“All the activities throughout the fortnight last for two hours and each activity costs just £1 for each child,” Janine went on. “Entry to see Frozen is £4 for adults and £2 for children.”
Full details of the workshops, including venues and times, can be found on www.start.co.uk
Children under eight years old must be accompanied by an adult.