A free Valentine-themed Creative Kids session is being hosted by Cumbernauld Family Hub this mid-term school break, with local families encouraged to come along and join in a morning of fun, imagination and innovation.
Creative Kids, a unique arts and craft session which encourages children and parents / caregivers to bond through getting creative together, will take place on Thursday 13 February 2020 from 10.30am-12.00noon at Cornerstone House Centre (1 Esk Walk, Town Centre, G67 1BZ).
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, attending children will have the opportunity to be supported to make a range of decorative items on the day, including a pop-up Valentine’s Day card, a decorative heart, a ‘scratch art’ heart and a framed picture. All necessary materials and resources will be provided by session facilitators, with other general arts activities such as colouring-in also available.
Suitable for family members of all ages, the session provides an ideal opportunity to meet other parents and children from the Cumbernauld area in a safe, friendly and supported environment. Additionally, Cornerstone Café is on-site within Cornerstone House Centre, with a selection of snacks and lunches available for those looking to refresh their energy after a morning of arts and crafts.
So, with cold and sleety weather forecast during the school break, why not let your family warm-up for Valentine’s Day by participating in the fun of Creative Kids this Thursday? An open invitation is extended to all, including those who have never previously attended a Cumbernauld Family Hub event.
Supported by The National Lottery Community Fund, Creative Kids is an activity of the popular and established Cumbernauld Family Hub. This is a fresh and innovative family support resource that covers a multitude of activities to create interesting and unique personal development opportunities for local families. It is designed to be utilised by couples, lone parents and kinship carers, and aims to maximise social, environmental and cultural outcomes for parents and children.
Other regular activities coordinated as part of Cumbernauld Family Hub include Bookbug, Stay and Play Sessions, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, Living Life to the Full and school holiday Movie Days, to name just a few.
The Creative Kids session is completely free of charge, although places must be booked in advance by contacting Cornerstone House Centre on 01236 739220 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.