Our Family Events are perfect for wee folk and better yet, they’re all FREE!
Catch a Drift
Saturday 30th April – 11:00pm
The Wee School Arts Space – The Old Invergarvan School
Join artists Hayley & Maya from the Gaeity Culture Collective on a guided walk of Girvan Beach. Forage for natural arts supplies and beach treasures, then bring back your discoveries to the CRAG Community Arts Centre ‘The Wee School Arts Space’. Upon return take part in fun art and movement activities.
Suitable for all ages and abilities.
Saturday 30th April – 14:00pm
The Quay Zone
Circus skills, puppetry, drama, balloon modelling and more interactive family fun with Katy-Louise from Trapeze Entertainment.
Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Sunday 1st May – 11:00am
The Catholic Hall
For Sunday’s family event, our resident storyteller Heather Yule introduces little Festival-goers (& big ones!) to some interesting looking characters – the Folky Fisherman and the Girvan Gannet – or maybe you have better names for them?
Where did they come from?*
How did they get here?
What are they doing?
What happens next?
Help Heather to weave the legend of our Folk Festival friends.
You could even bring along your creations from Catch a Drift the day before – maybe they have a part to play in the story too!
This event is suitable for anyone who has ever wondered what a flock of violin seagulls sounds like!!!
* The short answer is they are the result of our collaboration with the fantastic Carrick Light Festival folks but we are sure to come up with a better story!
Our Family Events are possible thanks to generous support from the Arnold Clark Community Fund and Tunnock’s.