Bristol’s Storytale Festival has now officially launched!
And Curiosity Connections has organised 10 events at different locations across the city – with STEM Ambassadors reading books that challenge science stereotypes.
It’s all happening over October half-term – 28th October – 1st November.
Teachers – please promote these storytelling session to parents at your school and of course, come along to one (or more) of our events. We’re going to be popping up in libraries, but also in locations that celebrate Bristol’s history of science – from Clifton Suspension Bridge to the Zoo.
A different stereotype-busting book will be read at each event – each one selected from our new specially curated reading-list.
Take a look through the events, and put a 30 min science story in your diary!
|Monday 28th October||10:30||SS Great Britain|
|Monday 28th October||14:00||Henbury Library|
|Tuesday 29th October||10:30||Wick Road Library|
|Tuesday 29th October||11:30||We the Curious|
|Tuesday 29th October||14:00||Aerospace Bristol
|Wednesday 30th October||10:30||Clifton Suspension Bridge|
|Wednesday 30th October||14:00||Henleaze Library|
|Thursday 31st October||10:30||Bristol Zoo Gardens|
|Thursday 31st October||14:00||Westbury Library|
|Friday 1st November||10:30||Wick Road Library|
|Friday 1st November||14:00||M-Shed|