Higham Hill Library to be part of this year’s E17 Art Trail!

Help us turn Higham Hill Library into an underwater world! Children’s art activities will take place on Saturdays during the Art Trail to create a mural and make some crafty sea creatures and plants!

Every Saturday of the E17 Art Trail (3rd, 10th and 17th June, 10am to 4pm), Higham Hill Library, (venue 20 on the William Morris Trail) will be running children’s craft activities (aimed at 4 to 10 year olds) on the theme of oceans and seas. Throughout the day children can add their decorated sea-creatures to the undersea mural and take part in some fun making activities to take home, or hang up in the Library to create an undersea world. Each week the mural will grow as we add to a shoal of fish, a bale of turtles , a fluther of jellyfish, and perhaps the odd deep-sea anglerfish!

Library users can check out the sea-themed book displays, collect a fact sheet and try the quiz.

In addition, on the three Fridays (2nd, 9th and 16th June) of the E17 Art Trail, the ‘Stories & Rhymes’ sessions for under fours will have an underwater theme too. They run as usual on Fridays at 10.15 – 11 am and at 11.15 – 12 noon. Please note that space is limited to 30 for Stories and Rhymes and these sessions are extremely popular.

 

 

 

 

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In the News…

Our very well attended event on Monday 10th October took place outside the library while a ‘consultation’ meeting took place. The meeting was full and lots of good points were raised.

The local paper did a piece on us and the Wood Street Library campaign here: This is a scandal