21 Mar 2018
With the Easter holidays fast approaching, St. Enoch Centre has an ‘eggtravaganza’ of events lined-up for all the family.
PJ Masks and Paddington will be making special appearances with the night time superheroes visiting on Thursday 5 April while the nation’s favourite bear will be in the leading Glasgow shopping centre on Thursday 12 April.
There will also be daily face painting from 10am to 4pm from Friday 30 March through to Sunday 15 April, with the exception of Tuesday 3 April.
Youngsters will also be encouraged to get creative with Easter craft activities from Friday 30 March through to Monday 2 April from 10am to 4pm and there will also be a host of chocolate giveaways.
St. Enoch is also providing the opportunity to have a caricature drawn with sessions from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday 3, Friday 6, Saturday 7, Friday 13, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 April.
As part of its ongoing commitment to making the centre autism friendly, St. Enoch will be working with Scottish Autism to make special provisions during character visits and there will also be a quiet hour between 2pm and 3pm for all other activities.
Anne Ledgerwood, general manager of St. Enoch Centre, said: “Easter is all about spending time with loved ones and we’ve got a busy line-up of events in-centre this spring for all the family. We look forward to welcoming shoppers old and new as they enjoy our range of events from visits by family favourites through to craft activities.”
For more information on all events please visit www.st-enoch.com