We can’t wait to see you this Saturday at the Manchester Libraries awesome Fun Palaces. Join us at Longsight, Moss Side, Fallowfield, Wythenshawe, Abraham Moss and North City Libraries on Saturday 7 October.

STOP PRESS: There’s so much to do this Saturday including amazing dance workshops with the award winning Company Chameleon Join a dance workshop this weekend at the Forum Library 11-12pm,  Longsight Library 1-2pm and  North City Library 3-4pm.

Abraham Moss library staff

Manchester’s Fun Palaces Saturday 7 October, 11am – 4pm

Longsight Library transforms into a rocking, buzzing place to have fun, learn new things and meet your community – Saturday 7 October, 11am – 4pm

Don’t miss out on the  Moss Side Powerhouse Library fantastic Fun Palace! Saturday 7 October, 2 -4 pm

Join us at ​Fallowfield Community Library​ for a fun packed morning at our fantastic Fun Palace! Saturday 7 October, ​10 am – 12.30pm​

Expert kite makers from Infinite Kites invite you to make a kite with them at the  ​Wythenshawe Forum Library​ Fun Palace Saturday 7 October, ​10 am – 4 pm​

In Crumpsall? We cant wait to wlecome you to the ​Abraham Moss Library​ Fun Palace! Saturday 7 October, 11am – 4pm

Calling Moston and Harpurhey! Join us at ​North City Library​ for our fantastic Fun Palace! Saturday 7 October, ​10​am – ​12.30 ​pm​ & 2 pm – 4 pm​

In town? Come to Manchester Central Library and try your hand at printmaking, henna painting, Diwali bunting design and more arts and crafts for all Saturday 7 October 12 pm – 4 pm

This weekend’s events are part of Fun Palaces 2017, a free, international celebration of community, bringing people together with arts, science, crafts and tech. We’re part of a world wide movement – last year there were 292 Fun Palaces across the world, made by 4,800 people with 124,000 taking part. Take a look at our 2016 Manchester Fun Palace celebrations.

Fun Palaces create events that bring together arts and sciences – but above all PEOPLE – to work together, create together, have FUN together, and in doing so, build our own communities, from the grassroots up.