The cars stopped. The roads lay quiet. All the kids were at home from school.
And as human activity slowed and stilled, the sights and sounds of nature crept closer, even into our own backyards…
For 2020, Cruinniú na nÓg will be going online and virtual and we at South Tipperary Arts Centre are delighted to be once again a part of this wonderful day celebrating children and young people.
As part of our programme of activities for the day we are inviting children and young people of all ages to get involved by telling us about their own adventures.
Have you discovered something new in your back yard? Made friends with a garden bird? Learned more about the wildlife and plants that live around your home? If so we want to hear from you – you can send us something you’ve written, a photograph, a drawing or even a piece of audio you’ve recorded telling us about your explorations and adventures.
A selection of your amazing nature stories will be compiled and shared online on the 13th of June inspiring other children to go on their own journey of discovery.
Please email the highlights of your adventures in nature to firstname.lastname@example.org by 24th May.
Join us, and our friends Molly and Professor Bombus Trochanter F.R.E.S online on Saturday 13th June for amazing stories and fun activities exploring your Adventures in Nature.
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