Ideas Hub - Easter Holiday Workshops

Ideas Hub Chelmsford promoting Education through fun activities


Monday 3rd April: Henna Art on Mirrors at 1pm-3pm for 9 to 16 years old £3

Tuesday 4th April: Art workshop at 1pm-3pm for 7-11 years old £3

Wednesday 5th April: Silk Painting at 1pm-3pm for 9-16 years old £3

Thursday 6th April: Drumming at 11am-12.30pm and 2pm-3.30pm for 6-10 years old £5

Friday 7th April: Storytelling with Mike Dodsworth at 11am for 3-10 years old £5

Monday 10th April: Green fingers workshop at 11am for 4 to 12 years old £3

Tuesday 11th April: Aunty Sarah’s puppet show at 11am to 10 years old £3

Wednesday 12th April: Science workshop at 11am for 8-11 years old £3

Thursday 13th April: Easter Crafts workshop at 11am-1pm for 8 to 14 years old £3

Friday 14th April: Messy art play at 10am-12pm for under 5s £1

Saturday 15th April: Crochet workshop at 10.30-12 for 8 to 100 years old £1

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