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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Events

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"EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum"

EPIC Tiny Tots: Up, Up, and Away!

Character-led interactive storytelling session, delivered via Zoom

Welcome back Tiny Tots! Join some of EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum’s most famous characters for a fun, interactive storytelling session. Suitable for ages 6 and under, each month we’ll take part in an original adventure tale including singing, drawing, movement, mathematics and sensory exploration. All you need is your imagination to take part!

This month, join the UK’s first female commercial pilot Lady Mary Heath for a high flying adventure. Fly by iconic WWII fighter pilot Spitfire Paddy, go cloud spotting, count flying geese, decipher secret codes, evade capture, and escape storms, before landing safely back home again.

Delivered via Zoom, participants will need crayons and paper to take part, as we bring the story to life at home with the help of our little ones! Afterwards, to replicate the usual Tiny Tots experience as much as possible, we’ll have some time for questions and chats.

Important: All children must be under a parent/ guardian’s supervision for the duration of the workshop. This session will be delivered remotely via Zoom. Please do not journey to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum for this workshop.

"Epic tiny Tots Up Up and Away!"

Event Information

Classification :-  One-off workshop

Dates:- 12th September 2020

Times:- 45 minute Zoom session from your own home.

Ages: 6  years and under

Price : €5.00 per ticket/household

Booking Online:-You can book online here through our booking link directly to the EPIC ticket sales

Directions To EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is located at the heart of Dublin, at Custom House Quay on the River Liffey, the original departure point for so many of Ireland’s emigrants, it is a short walk from O’Connell Street or Trinity College, so can be easily accessed as part of your visit to the beautiful city of Dublin.

 
 

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