With Christmas well and truly tucked away for another year and January blues out of the way, February is the time to start planning your next adventure. With the first half term of 2020 on the horizon and Valentines Day to look forward to, here are some interesting activities to consider on the Isle of Wight.
Spirit of the Orient – Running throughout half term week from 14th – 22nd February celebrate the Chinese New Year with a stunning display of award winning illuminations , traditional lion dances and oriental flavours.
Seaside Terror - on 19th February at Ventnor Exchange Theatre, for the very first time the Odd Doll Company are bringing their trademark puppetry, clown and music to entertain guests age 12 and over. Hold on to your hats for 60 minutes of fun, horror, nostalgia and visual amazement.
IOW Story Festival 2020 – Taking place during February half term on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd from 10am until 4pm, take the kids long to the Riverside Centre in Newport for a day of storytelling.
Sand Pictures – Taking place on Tuesday 25th February at Carisbrooke Castle Museum, this event is an ideal opportunity to view sand pictures from the museum’s large collection and learn about the artists, pictures and this art form. Rosemary Cooper will be giving the talk and booking is essential.
February is a great time to Visit the Isle of Wight, we have some travel discounts available through Red Funnel ferries and a lovely collection of cottages to choose from around the island.