Monday, 4 March 2013

Rabbits to take over River & Rowing Museum

I get sent a lot of press releases, many of which aren't relevant to this blog. However, how could I resist an email that came in with the heading above? So here's the news from the River and Rowing Museum (which previously I didn't even know existed!).

The Easter Bunny will make secret visits to the River & Rowing Museum, Henley On Thames, every day, from 30 March – 14 April. The bunny will be setting a challenge for all young visitors, who this year can go FREE! 

Children can explore the Museum galleries to hunt for clues that help solve a puzzle in order to win a delicious prize. In addition, five special events are scheduled around Easter that will to welcome the springtime and educate with a lot of fun. Highlights include:

  • The chance to get up close and stroke the cutest of springtime animals as the local Wildlife Trust visits the museum, bringing ducklings, bunnies, guinea pigs and many more for Whiskers and Wildlife on Thursday 11 April.
  • An opportunity to get messy and muddy by the river on Wednesday 10 April whilst learning about local wildlife by coming to Birds Roc!
You can find out more about what's on in the River and Rowing Museum Events Calendar

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Meanwhile I've got a poem up at Kumquat and I'm the contributing poet to Daily Haiku this week, you can read yesterday's haiku here and today's is here

As ever, red text contains hyperlinks that take you to other webpages where you can find out more.

4 comments:

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I always associate Easter with delicious egg-shaped treats :)

Lucy said...

How delightful!

Ms Sparrow said...

What a charming idea for kids to explore the museum and associate it with fun.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Nice poetry.

Now I'm hungry for a marshmallow filled chocolate egg ....