Dreamcatchers FREE Event 


Pop along to this FREE dreamy Valentines themed event at Liskeard and District  Museum this half term.

FREE crafts – make your own heart shaped Dreamcatcher.


Storytelling with Mazed Tales 

Liskeard Library.  Monday 12th February, 2.30pm – 3.30pm.

Join in at Liskeard Library with Sue and Liz and umbrella teller Bill Chubb ( as featured on Fred and Pete’s Treasure Tales on Cbeebies) for Cornish stories of giants and witches, piskeys, and princesses. Prepare to be a Mazed.

To book please visit the Real Pathways website 

Corali – Super Hot Dog

Liskerrett Centre, Thursday 15th February, 3.30pm.

Super Hot Hot Dog invites you to join us at our seaside…. Visit the extrovert owner of the ice-cream parlour before travelling deep underwater to meet mysterious sea creatures and a wise Octopus. Join the queue for a Super Hot Hot Dog of your choice and see yourself in new ways at the hall of mirrors. A holiday adventure to remember.

Super Hot Hot Dog is the much anticipated first family show created by Corali. Corali is a leader in dance created by artists with a learning disability

Suitable for everyone age 5+

Junior Lego Robotics

Liskeard Library. Tuesday 13th February. 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm. 

Step into a world of LEGO magic in Liskeard Library’s Lego Robotics taster workshop!

With help from a facilitator, your child will be challenged to build and program an interactive, robotic creation of their choice! Using a range of motors, sensors and (most importantly) creativity, your kids will have the chance to raise their skills to the next level.

Junior 360 Filmmaking

Liskeard Library, Wednesday 14th February 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm.

Hands-on film making with 360° cameras for 8-12 year olds. A chance for your child to join others to explore and create with cutting-edge 360 technology.

To book please visit the Real Pathways website.

This session is suitable for children aged 8 – 12 years old. Session running time: 2 hours

Get Immersed Day at Liskeard Library

Liskeard Library. Thursday 15th February, from 10am onwards.

Join Liskeard Library for a day full of tech! On Thursday 15th February from 10am onwards. FREE event.

They have Xboxes, VR headsets, 360 film making and loads more to offer and its FREE

Tech Jam at Liskeard Library

Liskeard Library 15th February, 10am to 12pm and 1pm – 3pm.

Tech Jam is here to encourage youngsters to learn how to code. Tech Jam provides all the equipment, though you are welcome to bring your own. There are Raspberry Pi computers, Picos, Arduino and BBC Microbits, plus other pieces of technology to build engaging electronic equipment.

For more details and to book tickets please visit the Eventbrite website 

Sessions 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm. £5. Bringing more than one child along? After one full price ticket, additional children can attend for just £1!

Pop Up Play Village

Liskeard Public Hall 16th February, 10.30am to 11.45am

We will be popping up at Liskeard Public Hall for a fun filled morning with our transport themed session in February half termWe are a mobile role play village that is aimed at 0 – 8 year old children that is engaging, stimulating and most importantly fun. Run by a fully qualified Teacher with a passion and many years experience working in Early Years settings.

Sinbadaladdin Menheniot Panto 

Menheniot Parish Hall. Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th February.

Journey to the cave of a thousand rubies for this tale of Aladdin, souped-up with a dash of Sinbad, in an Arabian Nights-themed extravaganza.

A bumper panto with a super-talented cast that’s guaranteed to brighten up your February half-term.

Tickets available from Menheniot Spar and Liskeard Museum from Saturday 27th January

Fun on the Farm Alpaca Trekking

Alpaca Trekking Cornwall. Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th and Thursday 15th February between 10am and 3pm.

Join Alpaca Trekking Cornwall for ‘Fun on the Farm during February half term.

Meet the Alpacas, learn about sheep and cuddle with fury friends.

£5 entry, under 2s free.  No booking required.

Own a Pony Day 

Great Trethew Trekking. 12 Feb – Own a Pony day, 13 Feb – All day Pony Club, 15 Feb – Pony Club Special, 16 Feb Kids Club 9am – 4pm

Join Great Trethew Trekking for some special horse days out this half term.

For more information please visit the Great Trethew Trekking website

Argyle Community Trust Football Roadshow

Dobwalls Football Club. Tuesday 13th February, 9am to 3.30pm.

Argyle Community Trust’s soccer school holiday courses allow boys and girls of all abilities aged 3 – 15 years old to develop their skills, make new friends and stay active over the half term break. £22

There will also be a Mini Pilgrims session from 10am to 12 noon for 3-6 year olds, £5

Rockpool Ramble

Hannafore Beach. Sunday 11th February, 12pm-1.30pm

Join us for the first public rockpooling session of the year! At this event suitable for the whole family, we’ll explore the fascinating rocky shore and learn about the interesting animals and plants that call it home. Please wear suitable footwear and don’t bring nets as they can harm delicate sea creatures. Meet us below the coastguard station on Hannafore Beach.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. This is a FREE event but donations to Looe Marine Conservation Group are welcome.

Snowenna and the Seven Piskies

PrimRaf Theatre, Callington Thursday 15th-Saturday 17th February 7pm (Saturday matinee at 2pm)

The talented and hard working cast of ‘Snowenna and The Seven Piskies’, are looking forward to entertaining you.

  • Thursday 15th Feb – 7pm
  • Friday 16th Feb – 7pm
  • Saturday 17th Feb – 2pm & 7pm
  • Thursday 22nd Feb – 7pm
  • Friday 23rd Feb – 7pm
  • Saturday 24th Feb – 2pm & 7pm

PrimRaf Theatre, Biscombes Lane, Callington. Adults £12, children £6.

Tickets are selling fast and available online at www.primraf.co.uk

Snowdrop Weekend 

Pencarrow House. Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th February 2024.

Pencarrow House will be open for you to witness the first signs of Spring.
As well as Snowdrops there will be lots of other lovely flowers to see!

This is a charity event and a suggested donation of £5 per person is recommended.

Little Gardeners Family Trail

Cotehele. Saturday 3rd February to Sunday 25th February.

It’s time for the family to get out in the garden!

Even in the winter there are so many things to do to keep the gardens looking tidy and the Cotehele gardeners need your help. Become a Little Gardener and complete activities such as sowing seeds, smelling herbs, watching birds and finding your very own nature treasures.

For more information please visit the National Trust website 

Science Spectacular 

The Eden Project. Saturday 10th – Sunday 18th February, 9.30am – 6pm.

Join The Eden Project this February half-term to explore the weird and wonderful worlds of science and technology, and how they can help us build a better future. Packed with explosive science shows, amazing experiments and genius inventions.

What’s more, kids go free for the week!

For more details on these and other local events take a look at our events calendar.

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