07/10/2017, 10:00 am - 4:30 pmat Selly Oak Quaker Meeting House, Selly Oak, Birmingham
A Quaker & Small Footsteps activity day for curious and adventurous 7 – 14 year olds!
Activities will include:
- Learning how to cook a veggie curry or stew and then eat it!
- Creating a veggie sculpture with recycled materials
- Rescuing a veggie plot from potential flooding and extreme weather
- Developing a drama performance with Journeyman Theatre
- Sharing it all with your friends and family over a drink and cake!
Any 7 to 14 year olds in the Central England Area are welcome to attend from 10am to 4:30pm. Friends and family invited to a food sharing at 3.45pm.
This event is free, we simply ask you to register in advance: please download an application form and return to email@example.com
Area Meeting Young People and Children’s Committee (AMCYPC) for Quakers run activities for 7 – 14 year olds called LINK Days. We are hosting this Activity Day in partnership with Small Footsteps to reach out and include an inter-faith dimension to the day as well as include an environmental and peace focus for the activities during the day.
We are excited to be including input from Richard Tuckett, University of Birmingham to gather some facts presented in a digestible way about the conditions of climate change today. We also have some workshop activity in the morning from Small Footeps to help us understand how we use or waste household materials. We will then build a sculpture of these materials as a visual aid for the day. Lynn and Dave (Journeymen Theatre) will present an abridged version of Over the Top adapted to this age range in the afternoon.
Selly Oak Quaker Meeting House
930 Bristol Road Selly Oak, Birmingham B29 6NB