Pollinator Crafts at The Pollinarium
Sat 15 Sep 2018 at 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Artists Garden, behind York Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EW
The Plant Pavillion of The Pollinarium is located behind the Art Gallery and can be accessed from Exhibition Square (path to the right of the Gallery), Marygate or through the Museum Gardens beyond the Edible Wood.
Come along to make a summer wreath and other willow crafts; or book on the day for a 30 minute slot to make a willow dragonfly or bee with Angela from Yorkshire Hurdles (not suitable for small children).
The event is FREE and open to all ages. It is part of a series of family-friendly events and activities organised by St Nicks to run every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 August – 26 September in the Artists Gardens. From pollinator walks, storytelling and a night time safari, there is something for everyone. You will find the full programme on the Pollinarium page.
Co-commissioned by York Mediale, York Museums & Gallery Trust and Invisible Dust, The Pollinarium is a collaboration between the Spatial Laboratory Loop.pH, Carl H Smith (Ravensbourne) and Mark Ransley (UCL) and supported by St Nicks, York Centre for Nature and Green Living.
Online bookings are not available for this event.