Use your Cultural Passport to enter a world of literary fun this Christmas!
Looking for something to do with the family in between Christmas and New Year? Don’t forget to complete your Cultural Passport as there are many venues still open over the festive period to explore!
If you haven’t already started, there’s still plenty of time – download your passport here.
To complete the Cultural Passport challenge, you simply need to visit and explore FOUR of the 17 participating venues, between 1st December and Sunday 6th January 2019, to receive a passport stamp at each site.
Eight of the venues include the Milton Keynes Libraries, which are open on selected dates over the Christmas period. With special challenges including a search for the ‘Milton Keynes Monster’ and a mini winter reading challenge to complete, the libraries are a source of fun activities which all the family can discover and enjoy!
At Central Milton Keynes Library, sci-fi loving children can also explore Robotazia, a unique collection of sci-fi robots and props, and meet robot waitress “Amy” in the sci-fi themed coffee shop!
To discover your local library simply visit https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/libraries/about-libraries/library-locations
All completed passports will be entered into a prize draw to win some fantastic prizes, including a £100 intu Gift Card.
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