Each year Weston Museum plays host to a number of events which provide opportunities for both enthusiasts and families to enjoy a great day out.

Aug
7
Tue
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries
Aug 7 @ 11:00 – 13:00
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries | England | United Kingdom

North Somerset Libraries will again be running their popular Summer Reading Challenge, this year with a theme of Mischief Makers!

The museum will be joining in by popping along to 4 different libraries over August and bringing a whole mix of historical toys and childhood items with them for visitors old and young to have a play with.
Our pop up stand will travel to the following libraries on the following dates:
Tuesday 7th August at Weston Library 11-1
Tuesday 14th August at Worle Library 11-1
Tuesday 21st August at Clevedon Library 11-1
Tuesday 28th August at Nailsea Library 11-1

There is no charge and no need to book, just come along to have a chat and a play!

Details about the Summer Reading Challenge:
Children aged four to 11 and their parents or carers are invited to their local North Somerset library to take part in the annual Summer Reading Challenge: sign up for free at your local library during the summer holidays.

Children can choose any books to read from the thousands of titles held in libraries. Once signed up children are challenged to read six books over three visits to the library.

Children will receive a special summer reading challenge poster or folder with stickers or cards to collect. All materials are free and subject to availability. Every child who reads six books and completes the challenge by the second weekend of September receives a certificate and medal. Look out for more details at your school or in your local library this summer.

Aug
14
Tue
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries
Aug 14 @ 11:00 – 13:00
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries | England | United Kingdom

North Somerset Libraries will again be running their popular Summer Reading Challenge, this year with a theme of Mischief Makers!

The museum will be joining in by popping along to 4 different libraries over August and bringing a whole mix of historical toys and childhood items with them for visitors old and young to have a play with.
Our pop up stand will travel to the following libraries on the following dates:
Tuesday 7th August at Weston Library 11-1
Tuesday 14th August at Worle Library 11-1
Tuesday 21st August at Clevedon Library 11-1
Tuesday 28th August at Nailsea Library 11-1

There is no charge and no need to book, just come along to have a chat and a play!

Details about the Summer Reading Challenge:
Children aged four to 11 and their parents or carers are invited to their local North Somerset library to take part in the annual Summer Reading Challenge: sign up for free at your local library during the summer holidays.

Children can choose any books to read from the thousands of titles held in libraries. Once signed up children are challenged to read six books over three visits to the library.

Children will receive a special summer reading challenge poster or folder with stickers or cards to collect. All materials are free and subject to availability. Every child who reads six books and completes the challenge by the second weekend of September receives a certificate and medal. Look out for more details at your school or in your local library this summer.

Aug
21
Tue
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries
Aug 21 @ 11:00 – 13:00
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries | England | United Kingdom

North Somerset Libraries will again be running their popular Summer Reading Challenge, this year with a theme of Mischief Makers!

The museum will be joining in by popping along to 4 different libraries over August and bringing a whole mix of historical toys and childhood items with them for visitors old and young to have a play with.
Our pop up stand will travel to the following libraries on the following dates:
Tuesday 7th August at Weston Library 11-1
Tuesday 14th August at Worle Library 11-1
Tuesday 21st August at Clevedon Library 11-1
Tuesday 28th August at Nailsea Library 11-1

There is no charge and no need to book, just come along to have a chat and a play!

Details about the Summer Reading Challenge:
Children aged four to 11 and their parents or carers are invited to their local North Somerset library to take part in the annual Summer Reading Challenge: sign up for free at your local library during the summer holidays.

Children can choose any books to read from the thousands of titles held in libraries. Once signed up children are challenged to read six books over three visits to the library.

Children will receive a special summer reading challenge poster or folder with stickers or cards to collect. All materials are free and subject to availability. Every child who reads six books and completes the challenge by the second weekend of September receives a certificate and medal. Look out for more details at your school or in your local library this summer.

Aug
28
Tue
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries
Aug 28 @ 11:00 – 13:00
Museum Mischief! @ North Somerset Libraries | England | United Kingdom

North Somerset Libraries will again be running their popular Summer Reading Challenge, this year with a theme of Mischief Makers!

The museum will be joining in by popping along to 4 different libraries over August and bringing a whole mix of historical toys and childhood items with them for visitors old and young to have a play with.
Our pop up stand will travel to the following libraries on the following dates:
Tuesday 7th August at Weston Library 11-1
Tuesday 14th August at Worle Library 11-1
Tuesday 21st August at Clevedon Library 11-1
Tuesday 28th August at Nailsea Library 11-1

There is no charge and no need to book, just come along to have a chat and a play!

Details about the Summer Reading Challenge:
Children aged four to 11 and their parents or carers are invited to their local North Somerset library to take part in the annual Summer Reading Challenge: sign up for free at your local library during the summer holidays.

Children can choose any books to read from the thousands of titles held in libraries. Once signed up children are challenged to read six books over three visits to the library.

Children will receive a special summer reading challenge poster or folder with stickers or cards to collect. All materials are free and subject to availability. Every child who reads six books and completes the challenge by the second weekend of September receives a certificate and medal. Look out for more details at your school or in your local library this summer.