What’s On Events

Summer Visual Storytelling with Local Author Kay Wilson

This exciting new activitiy takes place each Wednesday throughout the summer holidays.  1.30-2.30pm.  £2.50 per child (adults must stay and accompany their children).  Arts and crafts also taking place alongside the storytelling.
Books and activities as follows:
26.07 - Wibbly Wobbly Jellyfish & Friends Beneath The Sea
Create your own sea creatures, colour pictures  and use stickers to create your own pictures.
02.08 - Plunder Thunder & Things That Make You Wonder
Create your own pirate mask, treasure map and much more.
09.08 - Fickle Cackle Crackle & Haggle
Make own witches, colour in pictures and make your own scenery.
16.08 - Be Careful What You Wish For
Create your own dolly peg fairies
23.08 - The Mighty Emperor & The Meteorite Ring in the land of Teajaycee
Create your own jewellery, colour in pictures and more.
30.08 - The Kytons Search For The Meteorite / Kytonite for Meteorite - The Aliens Return
Create your own flying saucer with flashing ligths, colour in space pictures and more.

Creative Gardening Activities for Kids

Every Wednesday from 26th July and every Friday from 28th July, throughout the school summer holidays from 10.30am until 12.30pm.  All are FREE to attend.  Our cafe is open so come and enjoy a relaxing coffee whilst your kids have fun creating in the garden.

Pimms and Needles Launch Night

Pimms and Needles Launch Night will be held on Thursday 7th September 2017 in our Drama Studio. The event will feature a clothes swish and swap and some live entertainment. Check out the Pimms and Needles facebook page for information on how to become a member of this fabulous group. 

End of the Summer Gig

The end of the summer and time to celebrate the hard work of our many talented musicians who use the facilities here at the hub.  Get your tickets and lets dance, as Barnard Castle rocks to the music of our very own local bands, musicians and singers.  Remember ...there is no Glastonbury next year so make the most of our very own festival of music. Tickets are priced at £6 and £3 for children and OAP's. 

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