Easter activity program announced for families in East Ayrshire


Families looking for something to do in Ayrshire over the Easter holidays can sign up for fun for all.

East Ayrshire Leisure has published a program of activities that the whole family can take part in, many of which are free.

Everything is happening in and around the Cumnock area by Monday April 18th.

At the Barony Sports Village you can do fun gymnastics on Tuesdays and Thursdays – with preschool gymnastics for 3-5 year olds at 1:30 p.m.

Paid sessions cost £6 per week (2 sessions) and for older children there is a gymnastics camp at 2.30pm (£12 per week, 2 sessions).

On Wednesdays and Fridays children can try something new with multisport at 4.30pm, followed by the Kids Club, where kids can let loose from 6pm, both activities cost £3.50 for ages 5-11.



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Sessions can be booked by calling 01290 427291.

You can also visit the Baird Institute and take part in Matisse’s Magical Path, which runs until Saturday, April 16 (during normal opening hours).

There are also special afternoon Art and Exploration sessions at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15, where Explorers are sent on secret missions with Michaella.

You can even explore your creative side with Make like Matisse! From 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., you can create your own works inspired by the exhibition.

These sessions are FREE and no reservation is required, but places are limited for the Explorers session.

The Baird Institute is closed until Friday April 8, but it’s all systems after that.

East Ayrshire Leisure’s new ‘Leisure at the Heart of the Community’ project also offers you challenges in theatre, sports, arts and games.

Mobile units will visit Cumnock, Hurlford, Newmilns, New Cumnock, Fenwick, Sorn, Drongan, Catrine, Ochiltree and Muirkirk.

On Saturday 9th April there will be a day of family fun at Woodroad Park, part of the Leisure at the Heart project with a circus performance, bushcraft techniques, forest arts, fitness challenges And much more. There’s something for everyone and it’s free.

If you have a child between the ages of 10 and 14, you can sign up for the new Active Club membership and access even more free and discounted activities, not just at Easter, all year round.

Visit eastayrshireleisure.com for more information

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