The newly opened Arc House will ensure kids are kept entertained this half term with lots of exciting Halloween fun.
Kids Craft Week will be taking place at Arc House from 26-29 October from 10am -12pm daily. Activities to keep the kids busy and bring out their creative skills will include painting terracotta pumpkin tea light holders and wooden Halloween door hangers to scare away those unwanted Halloween visitors. There will also be a treasure hunt with each of the participants receiving a free Halloween sticker.
The pre-lunch time slot makes this a great way to fill those half term mornings. If it’s a spot of lunch you’d like afterwards, the Arc House café called Lounge@Arc House is now fully open and serves a variety of hot and cold food including baguettes and hot toasted sandwiches, muffins, fruits and yoghurts as well as a wide selection of drinks including tea, coffee and fresh fruit juice.
Arc House is one of Harrows newest public spaces and is located in the area formerly known as Lowlands Recreation Ground. This now rejuvenated park offers a vibrant new performance space and café; children’s play area, green gym, basketball court and outdoor table tennis. The opening of Arc House is part of a regeneration project to rejuvenate Harrow through performance, art and culture, and provides residents with a green space for rest and recreation.
Speaking about Kids Craft Week, Helen Galliford, Events and Community Engagement Manager for Arc House said “Half term is often a tricky time to find activities to keep youngsters occupied. Kids Craft Week will be a great way for children to have fun, be creative and enjoy the new Arc House its surrounding area. Our location just outside Harrow on the Hill underground station is also ideal for people to find us”.
Entry into to Arc House is free as is the treasure hunt. Activity prices range from £3-£5. There will also be a chance for parents to enter into a prize draw to win a £10 voucher for use at Image Hair & Beauty Salon based at Harrow College.