St Munchins Community Centre organise a colouring competition for the children of Limerick, in collaboration with the Hunt Museum 

St Munchins colouring competition

St Munchins colouring competition

Linda Ledger, Manager of St Munchin’s Community Centre, announces a kid’s colouring competition in collaboration with the Hunt Museum

St Munchins Community Centre organise a colouring competition for the children of Limerick, in collaboration with the Hunt Museum 

By I Love Limerick Correspondent Mary Doyle

St Munchins Community Centre have organised a colouring competition for the children of Limerick, in collaboration with the Hunt Museum. Primary school students across

St Munchins colouring competition

St Munchins Community Centre have organised a colouring competition for the children of Limerick. Picture: www.magicactivity.pk

Limerick could be in with the chance of winning a voucher for Smyths toy store by getting creative and colouring in any picture from the ‘Lockdown with Limerick Artists’ activity pack, available for print HERE, or by getting in touch with St Munchins Centre.

St Munchins are delighted to be working with The Hunt Museum, Limerick artists and Limerick primary schools, to organise these activity packs for the children to complete during this time away from school, giving them the opportunity to be creative, develop an appreciation for art, and learn outside of their school work. To enter the competition, all the child has to do is choose a picture from one of the activity packs available from St Munchins, colour it in to the best of their ability, and send a photo of it along with their name, age and school to the St Munchins Facebook page via the Messenger app. The closing date for entries is Monday, June 15, 2020.

Also this week, St Munchins delivered 300 of the activity packs to students of CBS and Presentation Primary Schools, which all include the ‘Lockdown with Limerick Artists’ activity pack mentioned to enter the competition.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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We delivered out 300 school packs to CBS & Presentation Primary School in Limerick this week. In the package, was the second ‘Lockdown with Limerick Artists’ activity pack! We’ve been delighted to be working in connection with The Hunt Museum & the schools to be getting these packs made out for the children during the lockdown. So, we’ve decided to have a colouring competition, all you have to do is choose a picture from one of the packs, colour it in and send it to us on our Facebook messenger before 15th June 2020 with your name, age & school to be in for a chance of winning; Anyone who would like us to print from the pack, please get in contact (pick up is required of the packs) or you can print the packs at home. https://www.huntmuseum.com/home-2-2/museum-from-home/lockdown-with-limerick-artists/ Prizes: 1st Place: €50 voucher for Smyths Toys 2nd Place: €30 voucher for Smyths Toys 3rd Place: €20 voucher for Smyths Toys We can’t wait to see all our your beautiful work 🙂

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First, Second and Third Place will be chosen soon after the closing date, and the prizes for these winners are as follows:

St Munchins colouring competition

300 ‘Lockdown with Limerick Artists’ activity packs that were sent to CBS and Presentation school students to enjoy

First Place: €50 voucher for Smyths Toys

Second Place: €30 voucher for Smyths Toys

Third Place: €20 voucher for Smyths Toys

Linda Ledger, Manager of St Munchins Community Centre, said, “I’m delighted to say that we have partnered up with the Hunt Museum, and the artists who made the most fantastic packs. The kids of CBS and Presentation schools will have gotten them in their care packs from us, but anybody else who wants them please get in contact with the centre and we can get them printed out. But today there’s a competition; a €50 voucher for Smyths Toys for the best coloured-in picture from any of the packs. We would love to see them. Please keep the entries coming in, and a big thanks to the Hunt Museum, it’s fantastic.”

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