Heroes, Villains, Monsters, Upper Norwood Library, Jul 24

A superhero with heroic anatomy?

Creepy villainous henchmen?

Mutant monsters? Mythical creatures?

Learn how to create your own heroes, villains and monsters on paper with a professional local artist.

What special powers will your hero have?

What vehicle would your evil boss drive?

Or just how slimy can you make your creature?

Come along and create your characters, the only thing you need to bring along is your imagination.

For five- to 11-year-olds, at Upper Norwood Library on Tuesday, July 24 from 10am to noon. Free of charge – but donations to the library welcome.

Click here to reserve a space.


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