Join us again in 2019 to make a Fun Palace at Barnstaple Library! Last year was amazing, help us make this year amazing too! We are currently looking for people to share a skill or a passion with the rest of the community. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a ring on 01271 318780 to register your interest.
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Immerse yourself in Farnham Fun Palace, a pop-up people’s palace full of free, hands-on, community-led art, science and craft workshops all gathered into 2 fun-filled spaces: the museum and the library. Come & play, make, learn, build, imagine with us!
A day of fun and learning! Our local volunteers and community members have come together to produce their Forest Fun Palace.
Come and play with bubbles, crayons, building blocks and other fun stuff.
Pen to Print is the Libraries Creative Writing Programme. We are inviting anyone with a skill or interest to come along and take part in our very own Fun Palace! It could be sharing your own writing skills, or love of reading; but you can also come along and share your love of art or craft. Or would you like to share you specialist interest which could be on anything from Amateur Radio to Zumba, or anything in between.
A celebration of our community makers, crafters and groups. Entry to the Museum will be free for the day for the public to get involved with a whole host of different activities! Our activities for the day include: Algorithmic art and coding fun Manga drawing with local artist Keith Sparrow Try your hand at learning some dance moves with Jason Thomas Performing Arts Learn all about new mining tech in Cornwall with Cornish Lithium Try out Pirate FM sampling kit and become a DJ and much more!
A true Fun Palace on the hill – join us as the Strand’s doors open for fun of all kinds!
Sydenham Fun Palaces are where the whole community come together to share their favourite hobbies, skills, interests and passions with others to make connections and have fun! Last year, local people shared their skills in bee-keeping, banana fritter-making, life-drawing, dancing, photography, cardboard castle building, and much more! Whatever your age or background, we invite you to get involved – share a skill with someone, try something you’ve never done, or just make some new friends!