About This Event
Free to take part!
A free Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt for dads to take part in with the family. We also welcome anyone who is a father figure to join us for some fun – grandparents, mums, carers, older siblings can take part too!
Solve clues, wander around Westwood play-park, and find puzzle pieces that slot together to make an amazing sculpture. What’s more, you get to keep the artwork you make! There will also be pebble painting and drawing to have a go at too.
The Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt is on:
Sunday 18 June, 2:30pm – 4:30pm
The meeting point is by Westwood shops and the field outside Highlees Primary School.
Drop by anytime, no need to book.
The scavenger hunt should take about thirty minutes to an hour to complete, and it is completely free to take part.
Below are some examples of the puzzle pieces you will be searching for, all made by artist Sam Roddan who has designed the scavenger hunt, inspired by local people and their stories.
What to expect
Expect fun vibes and a bit of walking along the main footpath that runs through the centre of Westwood betweeen Deene Court and the shops.
There will be three activities taking place:
– Pebble painting
– Scavenger Hunt
– Drawing with marker pens
The event will be outdoors on the streets between Deene Court and Hampton Court shops.
You get to keep the artwork you make as your prize as a special token to remember the day!
The event will take place outside on grass next to public footpaths.
The event will be open access. You can drop by at any time during the event and stay as long as you want.
All the scavenger hunt locations will be within the same pedestrian area in the centre of Westwood. You will not need to cross any roads.
We ask all adults to please participate with your children together!
Sam Roddan is an artist and maker based in Stamford. Sam was chosen to lead this project by our Westwood Community Panel made up of 7 local residents.
Sam has over 20 years experience of leading family-friendly, creative events, and is also a brilliant artist in her own right. We can’t wait for you to see all the puzzle pieces, which are like mini works of art!
Sam is also working on creating a delicious sculpture for our upcoming Tea-Time Picnic & Talent Show on Thursday 6th July. More information to come soon, but if you want to find out more about sugarcraft modelling using icing sugar to make edible art, send us a quick message and we’ll keep you up to date with the information.