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This February we’re celebrating our amazing planet Earth in our annual Family Festival.
Pick up a free craft pack from community venues and libraries across the Borough; join us for one of our free interactive Climate Challenge games across the Borough, or come along to join in the fun at The Spring.
Last year A Line Art worked with us on some fantastic projects including Ready, Steady Lift Off! And Fold Our Town. Now the team are back with an interactive Climate Challenge! board game. Join us to play, hop, wiggle, jump and run off steam by taking part in a free game for all the family at:
Saturday 1 February, 2pm – 4pm at Horizon Leisure Centre, PO9 2AY
Sunday 2 February, 2pm – 4pm at Springwood Community Centre, PO7 8BJ
Saturday 8 February, 2pm – 4pm at Leigh Park Library, PO9 5AB
Sunday 9 February, 2pm – 4pm at Hayling Island Library, PO11 9EE
Monday 17 – Friday 21 February, 10am – 11:30am
Planet Fantastic! Half term workshops: £4 per child, accompanying adults free
This half term our informative and fun workshops are a chance for children and parents to work and play together. These sessions will feature games and eco-themed crafts and are a great way to spend a half-term morning.
The sessions are designed for children age 5 -7 but children of other ages are welcome too.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
One Duck Down
Saturday 22 February, 11am & 2:30pm
Tickets: £8, £7 for groups of 4 or more
This family show is inspired by the true story (featured on Blue Planet II) that saw 7,000 rubber ducks cast adrift in a mighty storm.
Featuring music, puppetry, clowning, a set made from recycled rubbish and a mighty storm, join us on an ocean clear-up adventure that would make David Attenborough proud.
Sunday 23 February, 10am & 11:30am
Tickets: £5 for babies and children. Accompanying adults free.
Join us in our beautiful inside garden to play among the plants.
This gentle and simple first performance for children sees us join the gardener in his garden and meet the bugs, bird and butterflies. See the sun rise and set, and experience the different weather over a day in the life of a garden before enjoying some playtime.
Dig is ideally suited to babies and children from 6 months to 2 years.
It will last 30 minutes and is followed by a 15 minutes play session.
As well as these performances taking place on Saturday and Sunday, we’ll have activities taking place throughout the weekend in our café and museum.
The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre
- 56 East Street
- PO9 1BS