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February half term activities

Fun Activities for February Half Term!

Visit the FID to find out what’s happening in Poole for February half term. Poole Libraries are offering an amazing array of FREE activities including  Bugalicious Craft, How To Train More…

Visit the FID to find out what’s happening in Poole for February half term.

Poole Libraries are offering an amazing array of FREE activities including  Bugalicious Craft, How To Train Your Dragon Craft, Chinese New Year Craft and Stories,  Love Your Pet Day Stories and Craft, Meet Hazel and her Guide Dog Dell, Monkey World Talk, RNLI Beach Safety Talk and more!

Get outdoors and sign little explorers up to Forest School Fun - Upton Country Park or visit Brownsea Island  and Get Toasty Around The Campfire.

Lighthouse Poole are offering family theatre - ANiMALCOLM (based on David Baddiel's magical comic story), Lily and The Albatross (a tale of wild weather, wild birds and wild ambitions) and How Does This Politics Thing Work Then? for children 6+.

Finally, don’t miss Light Up Poole, a festival of digital light art which promises to illuminate, de-light and transform the historic town centre!

Visit the FID for the full list of half term activities.

28 February 2019

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