Come and join in the fun this October half term! We have lot’s of exciting activities taking place, from Halloween based craft sessions, animal encounters and Zumba!
Make sure to book tickets in advance as spaces are limited!
Awesome Autumn at Chanlder’s Ford Library
Awesome Autumn Half Term events, no tickets required just turn up! Please follow the link to check out the different daily activities!
Monday 23rd October
Zumba and Salsa Autumn terms at Winchester Discovery Centre
Dancing Fun for Kids
Time: 4.30 – 5.00pm 4 – 7 years and 5.00 – 5.30pm 8 – 13 years
Tuesday 24th October
Quirky animal road show at Tadley Library
Join Luke Quirk and his amazing animals in this informative and exciting workshop. Luke will introduce the animals, sharing facts and handling tips, before giving everyone the chance to have a closer look and hold the animals themselves. For ages 4+.Please contact Tadley Library to book your child’s place.
Wednesday 25th October
Autumn antics crafts at Hythe Library
Autumnal crafts for children. Free drop in session, no need to book. Parents/carers to remain in the library during the activity please.
Thursday 26th October
Room on the broom at Whitchurch Library
Iggety Ziggety Zaggety Zoom! Join the Witch and her Cat as they find new friends and defeat a dragon in this magical workshop for young wizards and witches…. and their grown-ups! Suitable for children aged 2-6 Children to be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Time: Farnborough -10.30am, Yateley 1.30pm
A lively session of talks and activities with the Yateley Common Ranger all about bats! Find out where they live, how they hunt, the different types and how we tell them apart. Suitable for children aged 6+ All children should be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Friday 27th October
Poppy seed planting at Aldershot Library
Please come and help us sew poppy seeds in the Library Garden. This will be our token of remembrance and we would like your family to be apart of this.
Through out the week
Animal craft drop-ins at Fordingbridge Library
Animal craft drop-ins at Lyndhurst Library