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Five things to do these October holidays

13
Oct
2018

With the October holidays upon us, here's a guide to a events going on in our area this week. 

 3D Printing Course:

Jupiter Artland are hosting a one day course which allows children to engage with technology in innovative ways.

They are introduced to 3D printing techniques before going out to explore the Artland, woodlands, landscape and sculptures. They then come back the Woodland classroom and experiment with 3D printing pens to create their own sculptures and interpret the art they engaged with outside. Any artwork created can of course be taken home.

 Jupiter Artland, Wilkieston

Kids in the Kitchen:

Bring the kids along and let us teach them a new skill for life whilst they have great fun. The kids will prepare delicious food and all sit together in our unique dining room to eat their fabulous dishes for lunch.

Expert tuition will be provided by the Larder team and plenty of help will be on hand.

This course is suitable for all ability levels.

JumpStation:

JumpStation are opening early Monday-Friday next week, 10am-8pm, allowing the kids to go for an early morning jump and still have the rest of the day! This, combined with special offers on entry such as half price on additional hours jumping make it a great day out.

Country Parks:

Even with Autumn upon us, West Lothian's country parks are still very much as welcoming. Why not head to Beecraigs, Almondell & Calderwood or Polkemmet  for a leisurly stroll outdoors? Don't forget the waterproofs, though! 

You can visit our page for each of the parks to download maps for walks, but even without all the parks contain well signposted routes.

Spooky Happenings at Almond Valley:

Friday Fright Night

 It's only a metter of weeks away until Halloween now, so if you're in the mood for something spooky 

 

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Written by Visit West Lothian at 13:00

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