Polar Fun Days - in Plymouth Libraries
A ‘Pole’ lotta fun for families at the library this Easter
ETE is teaming up with the Council's Library Service to host a number of fun family activities with a Polar theme this Easter. Kids will be able to get hands-on with a ‘Pole’ lotta games and activities designed to teach them about the science conducted in the Polar regions, the animals that live in these remote corners of the world and how geographical features such as glaciers have a huge effect worldwide.
The Polar Fun sessions have been organised in advance of next year's centenary of the death of one of Plymouth's greatest heroes, Captain RN Scott, and aim to inspire families about Polar science and exploration.
Sessions will take place at the following libraries:
Wednesday 13 April - Peverell library, 10.30am to 12.30pm & Central library, 2 to 4pm
Thursday 14 April - Crownhill library , 10.30am to 12.30pm & St Budeaux library, 2 to 4pm
Booking is required for the activities at Peverell library (call 305633) and Crownhill library (call 306248).
As they are taking place outside school hours, the activities are accredited by the Children's University and children who take part in the scheme can earn two passport stamps for each complete session they attend.
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Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in organising Polar Fun Days near you, or require further information on any ISCE events
Wednesday, 13 April, 2011
10:30am - 4:00pm
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