The popular Tiny Treasures sessions are returning to the Treasure House in Beverley from Thursday, 16 September.
The sessions, for under 5s and their accompanying adults, explore different themes from the Treasure House Museum and Beverley Art Gallery collections and take place on Thursday afternoons.
An exciting range of activities includes messy play, paint, crafts, role play, handling items and more, with a story and a ‘Tiny Challenge’ at the end of each session.
The first session will focus on the theme of ‘building’. Covid secure measures will be in place, including limited numbers, and increased cleaning.
Future sessions will be:
14 October – Shape and Colour
11 November – Archaeology
13 January, 2022 – Line and Texture
17 February – Cooking
17 March – Fossils.
Lucy Cooke, under 5s learning coordinator at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:
“We are excited to be able to bring back these sessions, which are based on really interesting themes, reflecting on what the Art Gallery and Museum offers to visitors.
“They promise to be a lot of fun – but we would advise the young participants to bring a change of clothes with them, just in case!”
Booking is essential to secure a free place – visit www.eastridingmuseums.co.uk/whats-on for more information, and to book.
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