Dinosaur Detectives – Mess Around ROARSOME Messy Play Event | Adrenaline Centre  Rossendale  | Sun 11th November 2018 Lineup

Dinosaur Detectives – Mess Around ROARSOME Messy Play Event

Adrenaline Centre in Rossendale

Sunday 11th November 2018

1:30pm til 2:30pm

No age restrictions

ROARRR! It’s Mess Arounds Dinosaur party come along for a triassic time. STOMP, CHOMP, GROWL & CRAWL LETS PARTY LIKE A DINOSAUR!

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Dinosaur Detectives – Mess Around ROARSOME Messy Play Event on Sunday 11th November 2018

Have a ‘roarsome’ time at our messy party – DinosaurDetectives! Stomp with the oldest party animals on the planet and discover a messy land before time. Join the dino trail where you’ll find a herd of messy activities including fruitysaurus, Dino swamp and fossil hunting, become a detective and join the Dinosaurs amongst the deserts and volcanoes. Explore, play, discover and learn & have lots of messy fun with Mess Around! All you need to do is come along and mess around, and leave the cleaning up to us. Remember to show us your messy claws! ROOOAARRRR!

Fuel your child‛s senses at our multi-sensory, messy play Dinosaur event. Watch & join in while having lots of messy fun. Our set up contains a minimum of 13 messy activities to enjoy & explore. It's fun for all family as the adults get to play too.

The event is suitable for children aged 6 months (or sitting unaided) to 5 years, older siblings up to the age of 10, can participate in the Big Kids Create & Make Area.

Entry fee: £10.00 single child with max 2 adults / £5.00 siblings

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