This the first year Acomb Explore Library will hold a Fun Palace. It’s free, fun and made by our community. We will let you know more as it progresses.
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Fun Palace is a part of a whole month of events for the Parkes Community, culminating in a Fun Palace for the community with an emphasis on science and discovery.
On Saturday 7th October Annfield Plain Library will become a Fun Palace filled with . . . well, we don’t really know yet, that’s up to you! Fun Palaces are a free, nationwide celebration of arts, culture and sciences. Always wanted to put on your own music festival? Teach people how to do something new? Showcase your best knitting? We’d love to hear from you if you would like to host an activity or event at this library during the morning of Saturday 7th October. The only thing we ask is that it is something local, free and something that everyone can get involved with.
We invite everyone from our local community (and further afield) to join us for a day exploring art and science. There will be lots of things for people of all ages to make, do and watch. More info coming soon!
For the third year running, BedPop Fun Palaces will be bringing the best of Bedford’s art, culture and science to the heart of the town centre. We’ll be collaborating with schools, community groups, businesses and organisations to bring amazing experiences, unique events and wonderful hands-on workshops to some great venues.
Come along and take part in free and fun activities as the library becomes a Fun Palace! Have a go at a range of arts, cultural and science activities aimed at anyone of any age or ability. Every area of the library will be taken over by fun activities to inspire you – can you get around them all?
My fun palace is a public library situated in a lively and friendly community. The area is a safe space and we are very welcoming. My aim is to provide the opportunity for ALL to gather together and explore, create and learn.
For the second year Boundary residents and St. Hilda’s East are joining together to bring arts and science to the heart of the UK’s first council estate. Building on our experience of 2016 we’ll be working with local artists, craftivists, scientists and organisations to bring inspiring hands-on things to get involved with, make and do for everyone who wants to take part.
Dear Applicant, We are pleased to inform you that you have been offered a place at Bristol University of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Attend our Open Day on October 7th to learn more about the modules on offer through fun and interactive ‘magic’ taster classes run by PhD students. These classes will give you the opportunity to engage with and learn about cutting-edge Arts and Humanities research happening at universities in the South West and Wales. Sincerely, Amme Neeg Vice-Chancellor
The Bromley by Bow Centre are excited to be hosting our first ever Fun Palace – come along from 10am to get involved in a variety of different hands on activities for young and old alike! We’ll be working with local residents and our East End Skills Exchange in the coming months to finalise our Fun Palace ideas, so watch this space. With our open art studios, 3 acre park, cafe and playground we have tons of space for creating, playing, learning and everything in between.