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Paper Plate Masks: Animal Adaptations

Blonde woman showing a group of children animal masks

Event schedule details

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 June


Event location details

Family Fun Zone

Prince's Gardens

What will the plants and animals of the future look like as they adapt to climate change? Get creative and share your ideas with artists and scientists exploring biodiversity.

Meet scientists and artists in this creative drop-in workshop. Make your own paper-plate animal mask, and learn about the amazing ways animals survive and thrive in the natural world. Explore what the future might look like for these animals under climate change, and learn what you can do to help nature flourish.

Visitor information

This is a drop in event that is most suitable for ages 5-12. The event has step-free access with paths and grass.

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Event categories

  • Family (ages 5+)
  • Workshop
Blonde woman showing a group of children animal masks