Meet the Bowdleflodes

A Children’s Art Exhibition

on

Endangered Species

26 October – 3 November 2019

in collaboration with

Arundel Museum – Get Creative

supporting

The Big Draw

Get creative this Half-Term!

The Bowdleflodes Wildlife Project has teamed up with Arundel Museum this October half-term to bring you and your children interactive, creative learning and fun!

The Wildlife Project is a free educational activity which teaches children about conservation using their art.  This children’s exhibition celebrates a culmination of 33 of their most effective projects and enchanting artworks.

We invite you to come and view the works, to be inspired and see how the project can work for you – engaging in the classroom, home learning or holiday activities!

To launch the exhibition there will be Story Time, where visitors can meet the author of the books from which the Bowdlelfode Wildlife Project was developed.

On Saturday 26th October, children’s auther, Neil Lawson Baker and creator of the Bowdleflodes will be reading his first Bowdleflode book ‘Tea with the Queen‘, at 2:30pm with complimentary tea and cup cakes.

 

We look forward to welcoming you!

Find Arundel Museum

Mill Road, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9PA
Tel: +44 (0) 1903 885866

 

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