Crafty Burdies

Crafty Burdies
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From Fri 14 February 2020 to Sat 15 February 2020
From Friday 14 February 2020 to Saturday 15 February 2020
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Join artists and storytellers Jan Bee Brown and Anne Hunter for a family friendly playday at the Scottish Storytelling Centre!
About Crafty Burdies
One Yule morning Robin Redbreast sets out to sing for the King, join in his adventures and find out how Robin won the love of wee Jenny Wren. Following the story of the midwinter ‘burdies’, come and build them a wee nest, craft paper birds and join in their wedding celebrations! Participants will enjoy stories, songs and crafting, with a traditional seasonal swing.
Join artists and storytellers Jan Bee Brown and Anne Hunter for a family friendly playday, with an informal performance at 12pm the next day, Sat 15th Feb.
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