October 18, 2011 16:30
| Going Out
The scarves have come out and the mercury in the thermometer is beginning to dip, finally signaling the arrival of Autumn. At Holland Park, there are plenty of events for residents and visitors to make the most of the seasonal change and meet new and exciting people. Here's a list of three.
HALF TERM ACIVITIES
Why keep the kids indoors when you've got a beautiful park to explore? During the half-term break, children from ages 6 - 10 can play, make new friends and have fun. Activities include arts and craft, orienteering and shelter building.
Activities are free and is being held at Ecology Centre from 25 - 29 October. Book a place for your child(ren) by calling 020 7938 8186.
DRAWING NATURE COURSE
Sign up to this drawing class organised by the Ecology Service and re-create the lush spaces of Holland Park using pen and paper. Great for aspriing animators to get a hands on experience on the natural history illustration. You are encouraged to bring your own hand lens.
£25 for RBKC residents, £30 for non-RBKC residents. Book your place for 29 October by calling 020 7938 8186.
Grab your binoculars and channel your inner-Bill Oddie as you observe the many birds that make Holland Park their home. You'll also be getting to know the varies plant species in the area.
This free event will be held on 5 November. All you have to do is meet at Lord Holland's statue at the centre of Holland Park at 9am and will last approximately one and a half hours.