The Shrewsbury Beehive welcomed people again on Friday, offering tours to show off the multiple spaces of the place, including an art gallery, sound recording studio, performance studio and a relaxing botanical courtyard.
There was also a busy private art exhibition in the evening.
The charity, based in Belmont in the city center, has organized a plethora of virtual events to engage children and young people since March of last year. The Open House is for anyone interested in learning more about The Hive, what it does and its exciting range of events available in 2021.
Cerin Mills, CEO, said, âEverything went well. We had a small number of people in the morning and then had a lot of private tours of the art exhibit in the evening which was awesome.
âWe had the Bhangra Dome dance in St Alkmund and everything went very well.
âWe are enthusiastic, especially following the positive announcement from the Prime Minister.
“We have a huge program of events during the summer vacation.”
The Hive has supported over 39,000 people in the Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin area since 2010. The organization focuses on managing creativity-driven wellness projects, offering workshops in music, art, theater and more.