December 11th, 10.30am – 11.30am
Duration: One off, 1-hour workshop
Age: Primary Students/Home School Students
Price: €25.00 per booking/class (maximum 30 students)
Christmas is perhaps the most widely recognised celebration in the world. A time when family and friends come together to feast and rejoice in the good in their lives, it is truly an international festival – but did you know it’s celebrated differently by many different cultures and beliefs?
This Christmas, join EPIC as we jump aboard Santa’s sleigh and travel around the world to discover how Christmas is celebrated near, far and wide. Discover Christmas delicacies such African caterpillars and Egyptian Kahk biscuits; meet Santa’s helpers – from Italy’s Befana the witch to the Swedish Yule Goat – and create your very own alternative Christmas decorations such as Ukrainian spider webs.
In a year that travel is unlikely, this fun craft workshop provides the an opportunity to experience a truly global Christmas. From its origins to the worldwide festival it has become, pick up a few new traditions along the way.
To take part all you need are some colouring pencils, markers or crayons; 5x sheets of A4 paper or card; some string/ wool (any colour); a pair of scissors; and some sticky tape or strong glue.
Important: This workshop is designed for Primary School level, and is offered at a reduced rate of 25 euro per booking. It is suitable for both school and home school students. Special rates available for Home School students, contact us for details. Students will require access to zoom.
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or make a booking.