Saturday 17th was St. Patrick’s Day itself and the final day of Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure. We opened the exhibition to the general public and had over 200 visitors who came to find out more about their patron saint. As well as the interactive story trail, we had two craft workshops for children. Jumping Clay Magherafelt came and showed the kids how to make an amazing
On our third and final school day, we had three schools joining us. Kirkinriola Primary came in the morning and Ballykeel and St. Brigid’s joined us for a second afternoon with 2 other Primary 5 classes. We had another very enjoyable day and the pupils had a great time being captured by the pirates (the definite favourite part) and learning all about Patrick’s adventurous
On day two of Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure we had 4 more local schools participating. In the morning pupils and teachers from St. Colmcille’s Primary and Carniny Primary came along to experience the interactive story trail and workshops and in the afternoon, we were joined by Ballykeel Primary and St. Brigid’s Primary. Altogether we had more than 140 pupils along with their teachers joining us.
St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland, Broughshane host Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure! Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure got off to a flying start this year with 4 local schools attending on the first day. In each session the pupils were divided into two groups, and while group one took part in two workshops, group two were led around the interactive story trail. The workshops included a history workshop,
After the success of last year’s event in St. Anne’s Cathedral Belfast, the Children’s Council, Connor is bringing Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure back again in 2018. This time the event will be held in St. Patrick’s Church Broughshane and will compliment other activities going on in the village and surrounding area on 17th March. So, what is Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure? It’s an all-age exhibition and story trail, themed