Get ready for Carnival of Creatures (People’s History Museum)
Rising Up Manchester Families and friends will march on 1 June to raise awareness in the loss of #wildlife and the need to protect it (All Saints Park at 1pm). Let’s get noticed and take our message to the streets in a riot of colour, sound and people at the Carnival of Creatures 💚🦋🐝🐌🐞🦊🐸🐰🐠
But first! To help you get ready and get involved there are lots of fabulous free creative drop in family sessions at these wonderful Manchester venues: Manchester Museum, People’s History Museum, Manchester Art Gallery and Hulme Community Garden Centre. Sessions suitable for all ages but younger ones will need your help. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Full details below
You can also make a placard demanding action on climate breakdown to display on the front railings, let’s make people listen! And as part of the Get Together and Get Things Done exhibition families will be invited to join a collaborative project to show the power we have when we get together. There will also be a climate scientist on hand to answer questions.
People’s History Museum (Wednesday 29 May 1-3pm)
Join artist-led session to make beautiful things for the ‘Carnival of Creatures’ using fabric pens and patch making techniques.
People’s History Museum / Left Bank / Spinningfields / Manchester / M3 3ER
For latest details see Facebook page
|Location||People's History Museum|
|Start||Wednesday 29 May 2019 1:00pm|
|Finish||Wednesday 29 May 2019 3:00pm|