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The Fastest Feet in the World

Discover the story of Atalanta with storyteller Marion Leeper
When Aug 21, 2018
from 01:30 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology
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Contact Phone 01223 330402
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Join storyteller Marion Leeper for the story of Atalanta. Explore the Museum to find biggest, smallest, heaviest and scariest feet, and make some foot art of your own.

Ages 3-5. Free. Pre-booking necessary here

 This event is part of the University of Cambridge Museums' Summer at the Museums. Take a look here for more events across Cambridge and beyond. 

**Booking will open for this event on Monday 2nd July at 10:30am.**

This event is also taking place on Thursday 2 August.

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