New Art Exchange
30th July 2021 10am-3:30pm
Discover is a holiday art workshop for children aged 7-10 years. They will gain experience painting, drawing, moulding and constructing.
Achieve a Discover Art Award certificate.
For more information and to book a place visit: http://www.nae.org.uk/event/discover-in-a-day/993
Saturday Art Club
24th July 2021 10:30am-12:30pm
Family art workshop exploring Madagascan rainforests and the animals that live there.
There are limited places so please book your place on: http://www.nae.org.uk/event/saturday-art-club/991
There's lots to do at Green's Windmill. See how flour is made, climb the mill and experiment like a scientist. Admission to the windmill and museum is FREE.
Stonebridge City Farm
Open 7 days a week, 10am - 4:15pm,
Free admission, donations very welcome.
For further information visit: https://stonebridgecityfarm.com/
Outdoor shows for Summer 2021
Introducing our wonderful new travelling caravan theatre extraordinaire
Tour Dates and Booking Info for Summer 2021
Keep checking back, follow us on Instagram and Facebook. And if you’d like any more info then drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you soon!
Nottingham Parks Shows
Tickets are free but everyone over 2 years old needs a ticket. Reserve your place and help us keep everyone safe!
Check in with the Jellyfish stewards when you arrive at the show.
We will also have some tickets on the day, but we need to limit numbers and make sure we all stay safe. So please reserve in advance if you can.
We’re really delighted to be bringing live performances to Nottingham. Here’s what we’re doing to make sure we can do this safely:
The shows are outside but we still need to make sure everyone is safe so we will ask you to socially distance. Bring a blanket to sit on if you like! Our stewards will be there to help you find a place to sit with your household bubble.
NHS Check and Trace:
We’ll ask you to scan the NHS Test and Trace QR code. If you can’t scan it, please leave your name and contact number with our stewards.
Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity goes virtual for 2021
Despite every challenge, the Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity is back this February with a packed programme of events and activities accessible for all the family. With lots of activities online and a super interactive magazine, the Festival has adapted to restrictions on live events with invention and imagination.
The sixth Festival of Science and Curiosity runs between 8th-17th February across the city and county, including in your classroom and at home in your living room, kitchen and backyard.
Among the highlights is Wollaton Watch, an hour-long programme about nature and wildlife going out on NottsTV every evening at 4.00pm from Monday 8th February. With young people and volunteers sharing nature in their neighbourhood across Nottinghamshire, Wollaton Watch features hedgehogs, deer and even an item on ‘left-handed’ snails.
Also available across the city and county is the FOSAC Magazine with lots of family friendly articles and activities with the key message that science is part of our everyday lives.
With projects for schools, YouTube careers Q&As, and a full programme of online talks and workshops, there is something for everyone in this year’s Festival. Full details are online at www.nottsfosac.co.uk and follow the Festival on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok @NottsFOSAC #CuriousNotts
Nottingham Playhouse Half Term Family Festival
Nottingham Playhouse are running a fab series of Family Festival sessions online for youngsters and teenagers over half term. For more details follow this link