|20th October 2021|
|11am - 12.30pm|
2 Cramond Road South, Edinburgh West EH4 6AD
|£5 per person|
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There’s nothing like swishing, swooshing and casting your spells with a wand of your own design on Halloween! Plan and build your very own magic wand with our expert wand makers, using a huge assortment of spooky, sparkly and glittery materials! Wizarding fancy dress recommended!
This class is family friendly and is recommended for ages 5+ (all children must be accompanied by an adult). Our workshops are family learning experiences therefore the ticket price is per person and must include an adult.
£5 per person with refreshments
Book online or by phone - 0131 529 3993 (opening hours: Monday - Sunday 10am - 5pm)
In person - City Art Centre Reception, 2 Market Street, Edinburgh (opening hours: Monday - Sunday 10am - 5pm)
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