Sunday 18 October 11am – 12noon : Andy Seed – Interview With a Tiger. Imagine if you could talk to a tiger or chat with a cheetah. What would it be like to have a natter with a wolf or ask a polar bear a question? Award-winning author Andy Seed has done it for you! From Andy’s new book, Interview with a Tiger (and Other Clawed Beasts Too). Come and join in this fun online event with facts, jokes, puzzles and great pictures. You’ll have a chance to ask questions, do an animal quiz and have a really good giggle! (The age range is 6-10, but it’s suitable for all ages).
Sunday 18 October 9.30am – 10.30am: Lets Go Wild! Charlotte Milner. What do you know about the secret world of Bats? Why do Bats hang upside down? What do they eat? Take an amazing online journey through the upside down world of bats with Author Charlotte Milner. There is a fun quiz, and you can make your own Bat Mobile. Find out how you can make your garden bat friendly. You will need to print off some templates to take part in the craft and quiz activities. Most Suitable for ages 3 – 7.
Sunday 18 October 1.30pm – 2.15pm : Zoolab – Endangered Animals Workshop. Find out why animals are in danger of becoming extinct with our live online workshop. Join Zoolab’s Ranger and animals as you explore why the Dodo and the Dinosaurs became extinct. How can we help prevent this from happening to other species? Join in and ask questions and learn how you can help conserve the world’s animals.
Sunday 18 October 2.45pm – 3.45pm : Andi Dawson – Ruff’s Guide to Endangered Animals. Ruff loves to live by the rules of reduce, reuse and recycle and he really cares about the planet we all share and does everything he can to protect it. Join Ruff as he finds out about the perils that endangered animals face around the world and what people are already doing to protect them and save them for future generations. Join Andi and Ruff in this fun interactive workshop.
Sunday 18 October 4.15pm-5.15pm: Make A Bug Hotel with Ruth Finlayson. Why do we need bugs in our garden? Learn about good and bag bugs, where they live and why they are struggling to find homes, and how we can encourage more of them in our world. We will be making a hotel for bugs out of everyday materials foraged from your home and the outside world. Most suitable for ages (supervised so adults can join in too): 3-12yrs. Things you need to collect before the event: Large container E.g. Pringles tube, large plastic bottle, milk tetrapak, Twine or string, Scissors, glue, sticky tape, Paper, Paint and colouring pens (Optional), Stickers (Optional), One adult to help with the tricky stuff. Make our hotel comfortable with anything you can find when out exploring, or in the garden. Check with an adult to make sure it’s safe to pick up, and doesn’t harm any wildlife – Bamboo sticks, Paper straws, Empty toilet rolls, Bark, Moss, Feathers, Sheeps wool, Dead leaves, Dead flowers, Dead stems and twigs, Pine cones
Saturday 31 October 3.30pm – 4.30pm : James Nicol – Wicked Witches. Author James Nicol brings us tales of wicked witches in this spooky Hallowe’en workshop. Find out about witches in history, listen to James read from his books and join in with the interactive quiz if you dare!
Saturday 31 October 5pm-6pm: Spookyrumpus Scary Halloween Tales. Dare to join us for our Spookyrumpus Scary Halloween tales from our very own sinister storytellers; ‘Ghoulian’ and ‘Fangula’… Close your curtains, dim the lights and forget the pjs – this Zoom event calls for your most frightful fancy dress! Most suitable for ages 3 – 7.