If your children love art, are obsessed with drawing and never get tired of turning cardboard boxes into abstract art, then this is the perfect activity for them. The club cleverly named Miles better crafts for children takes place at Miles Platting Community Library on Thursdays after school. This is the chance for children aged 8 and over to come along and get involved in an interactive arts and craft session. Run by library staff and volunteers, the session involved making different things each week. Children will enjoy drawing, painting and crafting to their heart's content - their imaginations will come alive in this fun and friendly group. The library is a great, safe space where many activities for children are held.
Finding something to do after school can be a challenge. Manchester libraries are amazing at putting on community events with many focused on children. The arts and craft sessions are perfect for local residents to take their children to, where they can make new friends, learn new skills and have fun. They are great as something different for children to do. Instead of spending hours on computer games or sitting indoors, why not get involved in the local community and let them create some art. Making things and learning to draw is fun and interactive. It will give them a nice hobby outside of school and is a place to make friends with children from around the local area.
The sessions take place every Thursday between 3.30pm and 5.30pm and are free to attend. There is also no need to book as it is a drop in session so just come along and join in.These sessions are running until Thursday 25th January 2018 so there is plenty of time to try out the sessions and help your child develop a love of art.
Let your kids enjoy some arts and crafts at the library and see what they can create.