It may be the beginning of November but it’s never too early to start thinking about preparing for Christmas. If you’re feeling stuck for present ideas or just can’t see anything unique out in the shops to decorate your home, why not pop along to Calderstones Mansion House in the run-up to the festive season for a series of special Christmas Craft Workshops? Join The Reader Organisation at the Mansion House to make some beautiful and unique craft items, perfect for making your Christmas tree look extra special or for a wonderful specially-made gift for someone you love.
There are three one-off craft workshops you can join us for leading up to Christmas, each focusing on a different crafty item:
- Vintage Paper Birds, Thursday 21st November, 4-5.30pm
- Felt Love/Hate Brooches, Tuesday 26th November, 10-11.30am
- Vintage Paper Flowers, Tuesday 10th December, 1-3pm
All of the Christmas Craft Workshops take place at Calderstones Mansion House and there’s no need to bring anything but yourself along as all materials and refreshments will be provided at the House. What better way to spend a morning or afternoon than enjoying some crafting and a cuppa while also getting yourself sorted for the holiday season?
Each craft workshop costs £10. To book your place on any of the workshops, contact Roisin Hyland on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 724 5000.
Wine Tasting at Calderstones Mansion House
Friday 29th November, 7.30pm
“His lips drink water
but his heart drinks wine” – E.E. Cummings
Enjoy an evening of wine tasting, complete with cheese, a raffle and special Readerly literary quiz at Calderstones Mansion House. The perfect evening out to warm your cockles, tantalise your taste buds and get your brain ticking as the nights get colder. Supported by Oddbins Allerton Road.
Tickets for the evening cost £10. To book your place, contact Paddy Morrison on email@example.com or call 0151 724 5000.
There’s plenty going on at Calderstones Mansion House as we continue its development into the International Centre for Reading and Wellbeing, including a new calendar of Short Courses for Serious Readers – opportunities to delve into themed classic literature with good company – and our weekly shared reading groups for young people and adults.