Welcome to Toodlelou Creativity Lab!

 

We’re the place to bring your curious and creative kids.

SUMMER CAMPS ARE BACK! It’s official, summer camp dates have been set and we’re now taking bookings for 6 weeks of creative exploration and fun in the Lab this summer.

We had an absolute blast running summer camps last year- and sent home happy kids each day. At Toodlelou Summer Camp we’ll spend the day exploring science, conducting experiments, drawing in sketchbooks, painting, sculpting, collaging and more.

Experience arts, making and science in an intimate and inspiring setting. We keep our camp size small, just 12 kids, with weeks catering to different age groups and their abilities. The result is a diverse and engaging week for kids 4-7, 5-10 and 8-12 yrs. Bring your imagination for a week’s worth of exploration, experimentation, creation and fun!

We’ll be running week long camps over the following weeks- book a spot now as they’re sure to fill up fast!

  • July 9 – July 13 (Ages 8-12)
  • July 16 – July 20 (Ages 4-7)
  • July 23 – July 28 (Ages 5-10)
  • July 30 – July 3 (Ages 5-10)
  • August 7-10 (Ages 4-7)
  • August 13-17 (Ages 8-12)

In the meantime, we still have a few weeks left in our Spring Schedule- classes will run until the week of June 18th.

Monday: 3-5pm Art for Kids 10+
Tuesday: 10.30-11.30am Toddler Play for kids 18m+ & 3.30-5pm Creative STEM for kids age 5-10
Wednesday: 3.30-5pm Young Creators for kids age 5-10 (now welcoming younger kids if parents stay to create with them)
Thursday: 3-4pm Story & a Craft for kids age 2-8
Friday: 3-5pm Creative Kids Club for all ages
Saturday: 10-1pm Open Studio for all ages

Interested in a class and want to know more? Drop us an email at info@toodlelou.ie or ring us at 086.055.6212 anytime!

We have another fantastic Ladies Craft Night planned and our Friday Creative Kids Club is running all month, so join us for a creative play.

Want to hear about our upcoming classes and workshops? Keep in touch by joining our mailing list.

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