Children Pedal Players,Stockbridge Village Library,18th February 2019 2.30pm
Activities in Knowsley’s libraries
There’s lots going on for children in Knowsley’s libraries over the half term holiday. All activities are completely free.
|Halewood||Monday 18 February||11am to 12pm||Make a spring lamb mask||All ages|
|Halewood||Tuesday 19 February||3.30pm to 4.30pm||Get creative with a Bird’s Nest Collage||All ages|
|Halewood||Friday 22 February||11am to 12pm||Make a love bug||All ages|
|Huyton||Monday 18 February||2.30pm to 3.30pm||Rainbow themed craft||All ages|
|Huyton||Tuesday 19 February||2.30pm to 3.30pm||Make your own snakes & ladders game||All ages|
|Huyton||Thursday 21 February||11.30am to 12.30pm||Chinese dragon mask-making||All ages|
|Huyton||Friday 22 February||2.30 pm to 3.30pm||More Chinese dragon crafts||All ages|
|Kirkby||Tuesday 19 February||10.30am to 11.30am||Make a spring wreath||Under 5s|
|Kirkby||Tuesday 19 February||3pm to 4pm||Crafts with paper bugs||Over 5s|
|Kirkby||Thursday 21 February||10am to 12pmDrop-in session||Hosted by O2, have a go with a virtual reality headset for an ‘out of this world’ experience.||Over 6s|
|Prescot||Saturday 16 February||11am to 12pm||Enjoy fun songs and party games||Over 5s|
|Prescot||Monday 18 February||3pm to 4pm||Make a jester’s hat||All ages|
|Prescot||Tuesday 19 February||3pm to 4pm||Make ‘Walter wiggly ears’||All ages|
|Stockbridge Village||Tuesday 19 February||12am to 2pmDrop-in session||Hosted by O2, have a go with a virtual reality headset for an ‘out of this world’ experience.||Over 6s|
|Stockbridge Village||Tuesday 19 February||2.30pm to 3.30pm||Get creative for Chinese New Year||All ages|
|Stockbridge Village||Friday 22 February||2.30pm to 3.30pm||Jewellery making session||Over 5s|
Open Art Exhibition
Knowsley’s Open Art Exhibition is an annual showcase of visual art created by the talented people of Knowsley.
The exhibition is open to anyone who lives, works, volunteers, or studies in Knowsley, and the Young Artists Open which is part of the exhibition, is for under 18s and shows off local young talent.
The exhibition is a great way for emerging creatives to see their hard work on display. Entrants are given great creative freedom, with there being no restrictions other than that the art must be 2D and mirror-plated.
The visiting public will be voting for their favourite art piece, giving artists the chance to be awarded prizes and be recognised for their great contribution to the exhibition.
See what talent Knowsley has to offer at the exhibition in Kirkby Gallery, running from Monday 11 February to Saturday 4 May 2019.
Improve your health and wellbeing
Is your New Year’s resolution to spend more time on yourself and look after yourself a bit more, just as you deserve to? Willowbrook Hospice is offering the perfect opportunity for you to do just that.
The fantastic volunteers at Willowbrook’s Holistic Support Services are holding workshops and activities for you to improve your health and wellbeing so you can enjoy some ‘me time’, and support the brilliant charity that has provided care for thousands of local people.
There will be 10 sessions over a 10-week programme, with the first session focusing on developing your confidence, self-esteem and independence. In other sessions, themes will surround creative wellbeing and wellness. You can also take advantage of the complementary therapy on offer.
Each session costs £2 and are on every Tuesday, beginning 12 February. You can choose which ones you want to attend or if you prefer, pay just £5 to experience the programme in one day. Please view the leaflet for more information, including details about times of sessions.
Workshops and activities all take place at The Living Well on Borough Road, St Helens WA10 3RN. The programme needs to be pre-booked so if you are interested, please call Debbie Ryan on 01744 64810 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
These sessions are open to anyone in Knowsley and St Helens aged 18 and over.
Willowbrook Hospice in Prescot has provided palliative care for around 8,500 people in St Helens and Knowsley, making their lives as comfortable and joyful as possible. The hospice relies heavily on fundraising efforts to continue with their great work, including providing inpatient beds, day therapy, bereavement support, therapies, and medical and outpatient services. The hospice organises many fundraising events which you can keep up-to-date with on their website.