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We have lots of fun activities for all the family this half term!More information: Keighley News.
Please follow the links and check out what you can do at the Brontë Parsonage this half term!
Tuesday 29 October 11am- 4pm
The Big Draw: Drawing Tomorrow
This year’s Big Draw theme is ‘Drawing the Future’. Come and be inspired by the current 'Capturing the Brontës' exhibition, this playful exhibition is a surreal look at the past and future, taking influences from the Brontës, their pets and Victorian visitors to the Parsonage. With local artist Vic Bhuta you can come and create your own vision of tomorrow.
“Since its launch in 2000, The Big Draw has successfully supported the Campaign for Drawing’s aims by encouraging everyone to draw. Big Draw events highlight the power of drawing to help people see, think, invent and take action.” For more information please visit the Big Draw’s website here
Wednesday 30 October, 11am – 4pm
Create your own Visitorian!
Inspired by the Capturing the Brontës exhibition. Why not bring in a tiny photograph of your pet to make your own Visitorian pet portrait?
Free with admission to the Museum.
Thursday 31st October, 11:30am - 3:00pm
Join us on our Halloween guided walks if you dare!
Explore Haworth churchyard, discover some of its darkest stories and listen to Tabby in the kitchen telling tales of local folklore surrounding this traditional festival.
There will be 3 walks commencing at 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm
Free with admission the the museum.
Saturday 2nd November, 11.30am, 3.30pm
Silk Painting Workshop
Paint your own beautiful little silk painting to take home with you; inspired by Charlotte’s botanical water colours. Materials are all supplied, and no special skills are needed.
This workshop is suitable for all ages. Two workshops are available: 11:30 am and then 3:30pm.
Free with admission to the Parsonage.