Spooky goings on at Ruskin Glass Centre with Kevin Barry and Friends
Things will be getting very eerie at Ruskin Glass Centre this Saturday when Kevin Barry and some crafty friends have plenty to see and do to keep young ones amused.
Children will be able to sandblast their chosen Halloween design onto a glass, take part in a painting workshop and even carve a pumpkin with staff and students of Glasshouse College. There will also be treats on sale at the organic cafe all with a Halloween theme.
Earlier today Kevin said; ‘we always like to have activities for children to do but it’s great to have an opportunity to let our imaginations run wild and to invite other craft activities into the Centre to demonstrate and sell their wares’.
There will be a number of demonstrations taking place throughout the day including handmade bead spiders and Merlyn will be giving glassblowing demonstrations using his mobile glassblowing unit in the form of the Stourbridge Lion.
Activities will be taking place between 11am and 3pm