Amur Tigers at Dublin Zoo (9-12 Years)
When: February 5th at 12pm
From their sharp teeth and long claws to their unique striped pattern, there is a lot to learn about Amur tigers, the world’s largest cat!
Join us virtually at Dublin Zoo to celebrate the Year of the Tiger by taking a journey into the world of the Amur tiger. Find out about the amazing adaptations that help Amur tigers survive and thrive in their environment, what we can do to help protect them, and their important connection to the Lunar New Year.
Please note: live animals will not appear on screen.
Suitable for children aged 9-12 years old. Tickets are free, but booking is required. For more information, click here.
MoLI Storytelling Workshop: The Gruffalo (0-4 Years)
When: February 6th at 11.30am
Inspired by a Chinese folktale, How the Fox Stole the Tiger’s Power ( 狐假虎威 ), The Gruffalo is a beloved children’s story all over the world.
Join Mandarin teacher, Evan Furlong, and artist, Heather Gray, at the Museum of Literature Ireland on St Stephen’s Green for a bilingual storytelling of this incredible tiger’s tale! Colour in some characters from the story while you listen. No prior knowledge of Mandarin or English is necessary.
Suitable for under 4s. Tickets are free, but booking is required. For more information, click here.
Storytelling Workshop: The Mouse Bride (4-10 Years)
When: February 6th at 1.30pm
Journey into the world of The Mouse Bride (老鼠娶亲) for a bilingual storytelling and art workshop in Mandarin and English.
Join Evan Furlong and Heather Gray at the Museum of Literature Ireland on St Stephen’s Green to delve into this Taiwanese folktale, then create your own cast of mice and act out their story! We will be using scissors, card, tape and markers to create our characters.
Suitable for 4-10 year olds. Tickets are free, but booking is essential. For more information, click here.