The Chapel Gallery in Ormskirk are planning a summer of activities that are out of this world.
This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing and the Gallery’s line up of cosmic activities includes Outer Space.
This area will be open daily from 20 July for families to enjoy numerous space-related activities. No booking is required but please phone the Gallery on 01695 571328 in advance to check availability.
There are two great films for families to enjoy for free with Wall-E on 7 August and Monsters vs Aliens on 21 August. Both films start at 2pm and while booking isn’t required film fans should arrive early to make sure they get the best seats.
Children aged eight and over can enjoy a series of fun space-themed activities at the gallery, all of which cost £8 per child. To book contact Chapel Gallery 01695 571328 or email email@example.com. Consent forms are required for young people booked onto these sessions. Payments can be made at Chapel Gallery or phone 01695 571328:
- Galaxy Mobiles, 8 August, 10am-1pm – Use marbling techniques to create your very own images of imagined planet surfaces. Transfer these images onto planets and arrange them on a mobile to create your own Galaxy
- Awesome Astronauts, 13 August 1pm-4pm – Turn yourself into an astronaut floating in space. Participants must bring a small photograph of their faces
- Rocking Rocket, 20 August, 10am-1pm – Use an assortment of materials to design and make your own rocket or spaceship
- Alien take over, 22 August, 1pm-4pm – The Aliens are coming to town. Design and make an alien mask to scare your friends
Councillor Yvonne Gagen, portfolio holder for Leisure, said: “Chapel Gallery summer activities are always great fun for children so parents should make sure their children don’t miss out.”
For more information on summer activities in West Lancashire please visit www.westlancs.gov.uk/events.