When Picasso meets Chocolate

The summer holidays have just started and the Market Hall in Shrewsbury has come alive with lots of great activities!
This weekend see’s the Bird’s Nest Vintage Flea Market, a 3 day event organised by The Birds Nest, show casing fantastic local vintage wares and bands. I always make sure the Toot Sweets shop is filled with an array of retro sweets, delicate handmade macaroons, and scrummy chocolates!

Coming up this Wednesday (3rd of August) I’ll also be doing something else very exciting within the Market Hall. As some of you will know from my previous blogs Compost Kids, run my artist Sam Pooley is a gallery/ workshop based just around the corner from Toot Sweets. Sam runs regular Art classes for Toddlers, but over the summer she will be offering a range of different classes for all age groups.

On Wednesday I will be helping her run a class looking at Picasso, we’ll be making cubist inspired lolly pops and painting with chocolate (you can eat your artwork!)
The class is open for 8-15year olds; it costs £10.00 and starts at 3pm.
If you are interested in booking a place please contact Sam on 07531 824561 or email Julia: julia@tootsweetschocolates.co.uk


About tootsweetsconfectionery

Award winning Chocolatier who loves creating new chocolates, and lover of Retro Sweets. Passionate about local food and business; I like to spend weekend’s exploring and cooking. Also check out my other blog about my journey from Dissertation to PHD research of the brand Hello Kitty: HelloKittyDevotee.wordpress.com View all posts by tootsweetsconfectionery

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