Middlezoy’s Family Festival Day is held on Sunday 12th June. This is a day where we invite everybody from all walks of life, young and not-so-young, to come and celebrate the arts!
We will offer a variety of workshops for everybody to ‘Have-a-Go’, including (and not limited to!)…
Circus Skills, recyclable art, poetry, dance, a children’s field including mud kitchens and den building, Rangoli Workshop, Knitting, ceramics, painting and so much more!
There will be refreshments in the form of tea, coffee and cake (courtesy of the WI), and the Stone Baked Pizza Company. There will be an array of drinks available also, from our beer marquee.
Please do come along – this is a free event, no charge to enter – we’d like to make sure there is something for everybody to join in!
If you are interested in holding a workshop or getting involved, please do get in touch via the contact page. We’ love to hear from you.
There will be a 250 person beer marquee ‘Village Green’ for visitors to enjoy.
The event will begin at 11am and will carry on until everybody tires of the creative and entertaining atmosphere!
Children’s and poet’s performances will take place between 11am and 1pm. There will be musician’s performing after 1pm and visitors are welcome to contact us if you would like to take part in our Open Mic throughout the afternoon – what better place to show off your musical talent?!
Artist workshops will take place from 11am onwards – feel free to dip in and out and get involved!
This is a completely FREE event, run by Middlezoy Arts volunteers and associates. We make no profit, however welcome donations on the day to help towards ongoing Arts development in the community.
A taste of things to come on Sunday…
Liv Torc – Poet, Wondermentalist, Comedian…
Liv Torc seeks the humanity and absurdity within the human condition and when she finds it, she strips it naked and kicks it…
Bringing a ‘Circus in a suitcase’ – surely an opportunity for young and old to get involved!
Pam Martin – Somerset Stitch
My name is Pam Martin and I’m a stitch maker who has lived long enough in Somerset UK that it’s now the only place that feels like home. I’ve explored stitch in many shapes and forms since I first held a needle and thread in my hands. Of recent years I’ve spent many hours exploring the creative potential of the sewing machine and what can be achieved with a basic machine, be it old or new, and good quality thread.