Tuesday, 3 July 2012

A wealth of activities!

We're really excited as Trace keeps on taking space and we're planning one hell of a weekend full of activities during the three day exhibition.

Along with a Magpie's Handmade and Vintage Craft Market on Saturday the 28th, Minno's Pop-Up Cafe serving lunch and brunch on Saturday the 28th and Sunday the 29th, we now have an activities trail and treasure hunt and a families workshop planned as well!

Taking place throughout the whole of the exhibition, and totally free of charge to take part in (like everything else taking place during Trace) is a trail and treasure hunt around the local area of the gallery including Windmill Hill City Farm, who will be putting on special events as well to welcome in the public, and Bedminster Library, who will be opening their doors to everyone searching for hint's, traces, and suggestions of clues along the way. For those that take part and complete the activities sheet there will be rewards and special gifts provided by some of the organisations taking part.

Another free activity taking place over the weekend is a families drop-in workshop from 12pm - 2pm on Sunday 29th led by our very own project manager, Emily Bull. The workshop will provide creative activities for all ages from early years and toddlers, to parents and grandparents exploring shadow's, light and texture.

What better way to spend the weekend together as a family than getting involved in some local activity in Bristol and spending some quality time together.

All activities are inclusive and access, open to all ages and there's no need for experience .

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