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Spring arts & crafts competition with Usborne books!

Encourage your child to get creative with spring themed arts & crafts and share your creation with us and be in the drawing to win £50 worth of books!

To enter:

  • Follow @saras.story.store and @hellokingstonkids

  • Post a reel/photo of your child's spring themed creation on instagram

  • Use the hashtag #popppyandsamspringcompetition and tag us!


Go on a Bear Hunt!

29th March - 7th June around Kingston Town Centre

Based on Michael Rosen’s iconic children’s book ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’, you’ll be able to discover the bears in the town centre. The ten bear sculptures are all hand-painted with never-before-seen artwork by different artists, each with a distinct theme. More details can be found here!


Crafternoons at United Reform Church 'a pet portrait'

20th April

Drop in anytime between 2-5pm, suitable for school age children and adults.

£3per person or £5 per family.

A crafty area and a small area with toys for those who don't want to participate


Board Game Pop-up at Long Ditton Village Hall, KT6 5LE 5LE

28th April, 19th May, 23rd June

Shakes & Ladders, a pop-up board game café. The shelves are stocked with a wide range of board and card games. From iconic classics to modern favourites, our collection has something for all ages and abilities.


Family Fun Bike Ride

29th April, 10.45am start at Victoria Recreation Ground (Surbiton) KT6 5JL

Organised by Kingston Cycling Campaign, invite your friends, neighbor's and family, and maybe even discover a few new routes on this easy ride through the borough


Public Running Day at Malden District Society of Model Engineers, KT7 0LE

5th & 6th, 26th, 27th May, 1pm-4pm

For kids who like trains- this is for them! Two train tracks for kids to ride on real mini steam trains, adults welcome as well.

Food stands onsite!


Youth Anthems Kingston @ The Fighting Cock

5th May, 2-5pm

All ages welcome, punk rock bands- please bring ear defenders for little ones!


Poppy & Sam Storytime and coloring activity @ Kingston Library

11th May, 10.30am-11.30am

This event is free, and best suited for those under 5.


The Dittons Fair (Long Ditton) on Giggs Hill Green

12th May, 1pm

A bunch of activities, entertainment, food and craft stands!


Crafternoons at United Reform Church 'knit and stitch'

18th May

Drop in anytime between 2-5pm, suitable for school age children and adults.

£3 per person or £5 per family.

A crafty area and a small area with toys for those who don't want to participate


Zog and The Flying Doctors at Rose Theatre

28th May- 2nd June

Based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler


Family Nature Day (Easter) at Bushy Park

30th May, 10am-12pm or 1pm-3pm

Find out about the wonderful world of ponds on this session for all of the family. Use nets to discover what is living under the surface, learn to identify the wildlife and find out about the strange creatures that make the pond their home.


Harry Heal the Friendly Footballer at Kingston Library

31st May, 10.30am-11.15am

Join for a reading of the book with author David Vaughn followed by a sporty craft


Crafternoons at United Reform Church 'bring your own craft'

15th June

Drop in anytime between 2-5pm, suitable for school age children and adults.

£3per person or £5 per family.

A crafty area and a small area with toys for those who don't want to participate


St. Johns Fest, KT1 2SG

22nd June, 12-4pm

Crafts, live music, auction, games and more!

Details to be released soon


Marzamemi Festival

6th and 7th July * event in Old Deer Park, Richmond *

A family friendly festival bringing the seaside town of Marzamemi Sicily to Richmond


Milkshake Live! At Rose Theatre

12th-14th July

Join your favourite Milkshake! friends on Holiday with Chase and Marshall from Paw Patrol, Dora, Pip and Posy, Blue from Blues Clues and You!, Milo, Milkshake! Monkey plus two presenters for an all-new adventure!


Crafternoons at United Reform Church 'camera capers'

20th July

Drop in anytime between 2-5pm, suitable for school age children and adults.

£3 per person or £5 per family.

A crafty area and a small area with toys for those who don't want to participate


Crafternoons at United Reform Church 'camera capers'

17th August

Drop in anytime between 2-5pm, suitable for school age children and adults.

£3 per person or £5 per family.

A crafty area and a small area with toys for those who don't want to participate


Charlie Cook's Favourite Book at Rose Theatre

20th-26th August

Based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler


Ministry of Science Live! Science Saved the World at Rose Theatre

27th-31st August



Am I missing any local events? Please send me an email or DM and I will add it in! info@hellokingstonkids / @hellokingstonkids

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