Have a proper Beano at Upper Norwood Library this summer

At Upper Norwood Library, there is a wide range of often Beano-themed activities being staged over the summer, beginning from July 14 and running until September 15, as part of the Summer Reading Challenge.

All activities are free for all to attend and include:

Wriggle & Rhyme Storytime (under-5s)
Every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 10.30am

Rebel Badges & Mischief Masks
Wednesday 25th July, 2pm
Make your own mischievous mask and badges

Zimbabwean Drumming Workshop
Tuesday 31st July (time TBC)

Paper Plane Challenge
Wednesday 1st August, 2pm
How far will your winged design fly?!

Comic Creations
Wednesday 8th August, 2pm
Create your own comic strip and characters

Slime School
Wednesday 15th August, 2pm
Get sliming at our slime-making workshop

Master Maths Sorcerers
Wednesday 22nd August, 2pm (7-9 years) and 3pm (9-11 years)
A maths adventure workshop

Gaming Gurus
Wednesday 29th August, 2pm
Become an RPG gamer for an afternoon with the UNL Games Club!

Summer Party
Saturday 8th September, 2:30pm
Join us for fun, games and our awards ceremony for those who have completed the Summer Reading Challenge!

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