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February
2018
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Half-term fun on the menu at The Oxfordshire Museum

Families wondering how to keep the children occupied this half-term need look no further than The Oxfordshire Museum for inspiration.

The Woodstock-based attraction is pulling out all the stops for youngsters next week - with music, stories, crafts and treasure hunts on the menu.

The fun and games begin on Saturday (10 Feb) with a Year of the Dog celebration and Chinese lantern-making. Special events will continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday with music and rhymes for under-fives, treasure trails and ‘magical mobiles’ among the activities.

Full list of half-term events at The Oxfordshire Museum:

Saturday 10th February

  • Year of Dog Chinese celebration event. Story-telling and make Chinese lanterns with Snowflake Books. 2-4pm Free family fun activities for all.

Tuesday 13th February

  • TOM Tots: Music, stories and rhymes for the under 5s. 10.30 – 11 am. £1 per child. £2.50 per family.
  • Family Fun craft drop-in: Paper Prints. Make paper designs large and small using print and collage Lucienne Day style. 2 – 4pm £2 per child. £5 per family

Wednesday 14th February

  • Trash and Treasure Family workshop – suitable for ages 5+. A pick and mix of treasure activities including Make Your Own Bling! 10.30am -12.00 £3 per child. £7 per family. Booking required T: 01993 814106
  • Treasure Hunters – Guided Family Trail – suitable for ages 5+. Wonderful things to touch and see. Join our expedition to seek out Oxfordshire’s treasures. Trails every 30 minutes from 2-4pm. £1 per child

Thursday 15th February

  • Family Fun craft drop-in: Magical Mobiles. Take shapes and colours from the ‘Living Design’ exhibition and make a magical mobile. 2 – 4pm £2 per child. £5 per family

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