Thanks for finding us and a huge welcome to the first Window Wanderland in Stonehouse.
With your help, we will transform the streets into a magical outdoor experience for all to enjoy! As Saturday 20th is International Day of Happiness we want to think about what does ‘happiness’ mean to you. The displays could be inspired by nature, wild swimming, family, sunshine, or you could just make hearts for your window to show some love for Stonehouse. But it could be anything, as if making something makes you happy that makes us happy. Also, we want to celebrate the Spring Equinox by placing a sun or sunflower in each window, some light after a long Winter.
Fancy taking part.
We are a family event. All welcome. Do have fun and Be Kind to yourself and don’t compare your Window to others . It could be as simple as dusting off the fairy-lights and putting them in a window. Or putting toys/lego on show or plants lit up. Anything goes… as long as it’s family-friendly!
What to do next:
- Click on ‘Take part in this event’ to add your location to our map.
- You’ll get a ‘Welcome Pack’ when you sign in and access to lots of inspiration for windows too.
- Tell your friends and neighbours and ask them to get involved!
- Go to Plymouth Scrapstore (between Aldi and Lidl) from Tuesday /Thursday to receive a pack with card, tissue, glue, and some sun templates from the 2nd March
- Visit the facebook site @Stonehouse Windowanderland and post photos of what you are doing.
If you have any questions or would like to sponsor, promote or volunteer to help with this event, please contact email@example.com or through the contact organiser button.
Please keep checking back to this page to see our map grow!
- We will be providing Windowland workshopping with local schools.
- We thank Stronger North Stonehouse for the grant to support this event.
Window Wanderlands have been held around the world, and here are some links if you want to know more:
Window Wanderland on The One Show
Windows of Wonder – The Guardian
Window Wanderland spreads friendship – BBC News.