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The alternative St Georges Day at The Museum in the Park, Stroud
Stroud's Museum in the Park is set to mark a wonderfully quirky alternative to St George's Day on Sunday 23 April, 3pm–5pm.
A thrilling afternoon of Dragon Tales and Dragon Tracking celebrates ‘National Dragon Day', which is an idea hatched by Agent Green the Dragon Whisperer as a different take on the dragon slaying saint's day.
Following her popular appearance at the Museum last summer, Agent Green is back – and she's bringing a friend, Agent Krisa the Keeper of Tales from DCHQ Dragon Conservation Headquarters. At 3pm Agent Krisa tells magical Dragon Tales from around the world, including the heroic legend of England's patron saint. Then at 4pm Agent Green leads a Dragon Tracking & Survival exercise in Stratford Park, including more stories, dragon care and training, and her version of the truth about George!
Families are invited to come and join Agent Green (played by Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers) and Agent Krisa, Keeper of Dragon Tales (played by storyteller Kirsty Hartsiotis). This special event is open to children aged 5 and is ideal for 7 to 12 year olds. The fabulous family ticket costs just £10 and admits up to 5 children, and accompanying adults get to enjoy it for free!
To book places call the Museum on 01453 763394.
Collections inspire IN-Sight
A new exhibition showcases work inspired by the Museum Collections.
Meet the Curator events this August
Take a journey to the Museum this August and get up close to the collection!
Accredited Museum launches summer programme
Eight brilliant free and low-priced activities to enjoy this summer at Stroud Museum in the Park.
The first Stroud Shakespeare Festival
Get ready to enjoy the first Stroud Shakespeare Festival from 31st May - 2nd June 2018!
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