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Thursday 31st July 2014 3pm - 4pm Westfield Stratford City Children's Event, Free Event

It's the Big Butterfly Count this July and to celebrate we'll be hosting a whole range of Butterfly themed activities in store! To start, we'll be having our very own butterfly hunt around the shop, followed by readings of classics such as Petr Horacek's Flutter By, Butterfly and Dr Seuss's My Oh My, A Butterfly. To complete the butterfly festivities, there'll be the chance to create a giant garden mural where our most prolific butterfly spotters and artists will have the chance to take home some extra special prizes. So, come and join us for some Summer fun!

This event is free but booking is recommended - please email easkids@foyles.co.uk to reserve your place(s)

 

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