What's on this February half term

Our doors may not be open, but there’s still lots happening on Culture on Call this half term (13 - 21 February 2021). On Saturday, we’ve partnered with COWfest (Children of Winchester Festival) to bring you some free, family-friendly craft workshops. You can learn about the history of St Valentine on Sunday, Monday sees a new online exhibition from Forest Arts Centre and on Thursday, why not have a go at becoming a Street Detective in your local area. There are also virtual spotter trails, quizzes and plenty more for everyone to enjoy.

Not only is it half term, but 14 - 20 February is also Random Acts of Kindness Week, so look out for all 'kinds' of content from our arts centres.  

Half term highlights

COWfest free Zoom workshops

Join artist Lindsey Southworth in some online festival fun craft workshops.

Marine Life Making Family Workshop

Parents/carers and children ages 4 – 10.

Session time: 10.30 -11.15

Click here to book this free session.

Paper Mask Making Family Workshop

Parents/carers and children ages 4 – 10.

Session time: 13.30 -14.15

Click here to book this free session.

Woodland Paper Puppets and Theatre Family Workshop

Parents/carers and children ages 4 – 10.

Session time: 15.00 -15.45

Click here to book this free session.


Random Acts of Kindness Week

This half term, Hampshire Cultural Trust's arts centres are celebrating and encouraging you to get involved with Random Acts of Kindness Week - an extra special week designed to appreciate and show kindness.

Join us throughout the week for three fun activities: send a random kindness postcard, create and give the gift of kindness and be kind to yourself with meditation as a family. Watch out for our top picks from the Random Acts of Kindness ideas pot, too!


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