Maida Vale Library is currently be-decked in patriotic red, white and blue for its week of FREE celebrations to commemorate The Queen’s 90th birthday.
The celebrations kicked off on Monday with the first of 4 craft drop-in sessions. The families who came along made some wonderfully designed crowns which sparkled in the sunlight as they left the building. One little boy was particularly pleased to be able to make another crown, having already made one recently at school for The Queen. The other craft sessions this week include making a 3D model of Buckingham Palace out of recycled junk, recreating the 2012 Diamond Jubilee’s Thames Flotilla of boats and designing a card or badge fit for The Queen.
The library is also hosting a Royal Teddy Bear’s Picnic for Under 5s and an Indoor Street Party with children’s entertainment and a visit from Zoo Lab with some of The Queen’s smaller beasts for the Over 5s – these events need to be booked though.
We still have spaces at some of the events, so why don’t you pop along and help us celebrate?
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