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Easter fun for all the family

From egg hunts, messy mud play, Viking re-enactments, swimming lessons and nature fun outdoors, there’s lots happening over the next couple of weeks…

See our round-up below, and if we’ve missed anything happening in your community (if you live locally) that you’d like us to share, email:

Wednesday 25 March – 27 April: New exhibition at the Harbour Arts Centre (FREE)
Arran Open Studios has been running since 2012 and their new Harbour Arts Centre exhibition celebrates the first time that they have come together to bring a selection of their work over to the mainland. Featuring jewellery, ceramics, sculpture, textiles, woodwork and paintings from over 25 Arran artists and makers – with something for everyone, find out more in the Latest News article (includes opening times).

Saturday 30 – Monday 1 April (10am – 4pm): Scottish Maritime Museum Easter Fun Day
Hunt for eggs at the Scottish Maritime Museum in our Easter egg hunt, get creative with some easter arts and crafts and explore the museum in a new way – More details on the website.

Drop-in to Irvine Library for Easter games fun throughout the holidays. Including Lego, arts, crafts and more… Full details on North Ayrshire Libraries post here.

Easter activities for young carers
Unity Carers Gateway is excited to announce its fun-filled young carers Easter activity schedule for 2024. From crafts to adventure, there will be something for everyone. You can find out more about the activities available on the Carers Gateway Facebook page.

Easter crafts

KA Leisure Easter Holiday Camps (5-13 years) Shoot some baskets, practice your serve or try your hand at a range of activities at Muli Sports Camps! Book your Easter Holiday camp activities online now.

KA Leisure Swimming Crash Courses: Spaces are still available at The Portal (Weeks commencing 1st & 8th April), Garnock Campus (week commencing 1st April) and Auchenharvie Leisure Centre (Week commencing 8th April). Online booking available here.

Tuesday 2 April (and Thursday 4 April) Messy Play at Beith Library: Booking required – contact info and session times here.

Tuesday 2 April (11am – 3pm): CAT Stevenston and North Ayrshire Libraires FREE Muddy Fun Event at Ardeer Rec Club, Stevenston. Mud painting, potion making, splashing and more… Wellies recommended – More info on poster here.

Wednesday 3 April: Whitlees Community Centre Easter Fun Day
Bouncy castle, art and crafts, mascots, DJ, Easter egg for all kids. Tickets £2 – more info here.

Tuesday 9 April: Eglinton Country Park Easter Holiday Family Open Day (FREE): Woodland WakeUp will be hosting a fun, interactive learn-about-nature session – with fires, s’mores and more… – More details on poster here.

Saturday 6 April – Vikingar! Re-Launch Open Day (FREE): To celebrate the audio visual upgrade of the museum exhibition, the theatre will open its doors to host a mini Viking village with performers, re-enactments from The Glasgow Viking and Lars Viking Festival volunteers, local traders, arts, crafts and more… Entry is free – purchase of main event tickets still apply to those visiting new exhibition – find out more info in the Latest News release here.

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