Family Activity – Minecraft ‘Inspired’ Electronic Paper Craft Torches
During this activity, young people and their parent/guardian(s) will combine arts, crafting and digital technology to create their own Minecraft ‘Inspired’ paper torch, which will light up at the touch of a button.
If Minecraft is not your thing, don’t worry, you can decorate your paper circuit torch in any style you like. You will be able to take your finished torch home and even use them as part of the town’s Lumen Festival of Lights.
This activity is part of the Luminate Project, our collaboration with Crewe libraries and funded by Arts Council England
Who can get involved?
We are looking for families from the Crewe area who are interested in working together on a creative crafting challenge. All young attendees must be between the ages of 5-11 and accompanied by at least one parent/guardian. Places are free but limited, each young person must have their own session ticket booked via Eventbrite
When does the project start?
This project runs during the October half term, delivered over four dates. There are 11 sessions, each lasting 45 minutes:
- Tues 26th October (1pm, 2pm, 3pm)
- Wed 27th October (1pm, 2pm)
- Thurs 28th October (1pm, 2pm, 3pm)
- Fri 29th October (1pm, 2pm, 3pm)
Where will the sessions take place?
The sessions are located at Crewe Library, Lifestyle Centre, Moss Square, Crewe CW1 2BB
Do I need to bring anything?
You don’t need to bring anything with you, all equipment will be provided free of charge.
How much does it cost?
These sessions are free of charge.
Apply for a place
To book a FREE ticket for a young person visit our Eventbrite page here or use the ‘checkout’ below.
All young attendees must have their own ticket and be accompanied by at least one parent/guardian