The next of the new weekly sessions – 'Sewerby Squirrels' – held at Sewerby Hall and Gardens for under fives and their families, will be held in the Orangery from 10am -11.30am, on TUESDAY 24 October (the session has been moved to Tuesday for one week only).
All the new sessions feature activities based on seasonal events, Edwardian life, and exhibits on display at the venue.
The activity on 24 October will be a Halloween-themed story time. The story will be read at 10.30, and participants will have the opportunity to make a handprint spider or decorate a minibeast to take home. There will also be other Halloween-themed activities, all of which will be completely suitable for babies and young children - nothing too scary.
The sessions are included in normal admission prices for Sewerby Hall and Gardens whilst they apply.
Under Fives Learning co-ordinator Lucy Rose said: "Participants may want to bring an extra change of clothes, because things could get messy! "The 'Sewerby Squirrels' sessions are about much more than just playing with toys – we are trying to encourage very young people to come along and have fun in a museum setting, in the hope that they will develop an interest that they will keep for life."
For full details, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk