While the main part of Korea Calling at the Thames Festival is taking place by the OXO Tower, the KCC has arranged some child-friendly activities at the cultural centre itself, 11am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Plenty to keep the young ones happy. And I highly recommend Sef Townsend’s storytelling. I’m sure you’ll be allowed in without a child to accompany you.
Stories of the River at the Korean Cultural Centre UK
Saturday 10th and 11th September 11:00-17:00
This free family programme is open to all
No need to book, just drop in!
All enquiries 020 7004 2600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of 2011 The Mayor’s Thames Festival, the Korean Cultural Centre welcomes you to try out an exciting free family day at the Korean Cultural Centre UK. This workshop is carefully designed for a weekend of family entertainment. We have storytelling, art and crafts, animation screening, Korean snack tasting and more.
11 am — 5 pm:
In the Reception area
- Exhibition: children’s art work of river
- Painting & decorating the Thames and Han River on canvas
In the Gallery area
- Hat making using traditional Korean mulberry paper
- Making your own river stamp
In the Library
- Pororo, Dibo and Friends (Animation screening)
- Writing your name using in the Korean characters
In the Multi-purpose Hall
12.00-12.30 | 13.30-14.00 | 15.00-15.30
Storytelling by Mr Sef Townsend
- The Seven Brothers and the Big Dipper
- The Herdsman and the Weaver Girl
- The Tortoise and the Hare
- The Blue Frog’s Cry
(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.