Children's Winter Wonderland Storytelling Workshop with Mad4Tales

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Children's Winter Wonderland Storytelling Workshop with Mad4Tales - Ages 7 - 12.

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A MAD Winter’s Tale

Ages 7 -12

As winter descends, the cold and darkness creep across the lands and seas, carrying the sorcery of the season to the towns and cities.

The smallest creatures can feel it tickling their ears and whispering a secret that they must tell someone bigger than them. But who will they trust? Who will be able to hear their tiny voices and protect them and their tiny homes in The Wintertale Woods, where everyone knows that there is no telling what might happen when the magic of winter is at stake…

Focused on imagination, fun and adventure, this workshop embraces the wonder of the world around us, while exploring the secrets our characters keep and how to reveal them!

Storytelling with Mad4Tales.

Please note that names and email addresses will be passed on to the facilitator to send on the zoom links

A parent or guardian will be required to be present for the duration of the event.

For this event, priority is given to people living in the South Dublin County area. This may lead to the cancellation of your ticket. We appreciate that this may cause disappointment, but hope for your understanding in this matter. Thank you.

Booking from Monday 22nd November.

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Clondalkin Library is situated in the heart of Clondalkin village.  It is one of the branches of South Dublin Libraries.  South Dublin Libraries are cornerstones of their communities, enriching the fabric of the County through information and learning and by providing access to the world of ideas and information. The library service promotes lifelong learning, the love of reading, the possibilities of technology, and the exploration of ideas, culture and knowledge in vibrant inclusive libraries.

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