The weather in Canterbury is set to be rainy for at least for the next week, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun over the Easter school holiday.
Starting on Friday, March 30, the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge in the High Street is holding an Easter themed create a BFG “art y fact” around Roald Dahl’s Big Friendly Giant. It costs £1.
It costs £1 and visitors can just drop in. The event runs until Sunday, April 15.
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Running on the same days at the Beaney is a “create your own duck feet event”.
It invites youngsters to “come and make your own wearable duck feet inspired by our resident four-legged duckling. Parade around the museum and see if you can find the duckling on display in our galleries”. Entry is £1.
If the rain relents, you can pop over to the Westgate Parks for an Easter trail and crafts event from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, March 31.
Whitstable’s Horsebridge Centre is holding a Writing Through The Ages workshop for parents and children.
Activities include cave painting, Egyptian hieroglyphic, Greek mosaics, quill making, a story writing competition and decorated story trees.
It starts today (Wednesday) and runs until Tueday, April 3.
On Thursday, April 5 and Friday, April 6, more than 1,000 people are expected to visit Canterbury Christ Church University’s North Holmes Campus for two days of fun and interactive science based shows and demonstrations.
Academics will lead sessions in engineering and technology and talk about study or work in those fields.
Called the Kent Festival of Science, the event is mainly for children aged between six and 13. Click here for booking information.
The district’s museums will also be open to visitors.