Only those fortunate enough to know the magic rhyme can see this curious Cornish sea sprite – the rest of the time she’s invisible. So keep an eye out for the letters she casts adrift as these hold the key to our little Oshi.

This Easter join us for an online trail, crafting fun and live story time with Oshi herself.

Oshi Online Trail

Available online from Friday 2 April

Step inside the Museum from your home and meet our Curator, Dr Morwenna Morvoren. In her cluttered cupboard, hidden at the back of a shelf, she’s unearthed a beautiful gleaming seashell and a strange little poem. What are they doing here?

Through the magic of the sea and the power of words, our Curator brings Oshi, a friendly sea sprite out of her restful slumber. Discover what happens when Oshi wakes up and finds herself in the Curator’s world, full of intriguing, strange and unusual objects…

Oshi Online Trail

Story Time with Oshi – free live online show

This event has now concluded. Thank you to everyone who took part.

Friday 9 April, 11am

On Friday 9 April at 11am, join Oshi online for story time. Hear how on one dark and stormy night Oshi’s world was turned upside down. With lots of joining in, big noises and plenty of fun, it’s your chance to meet this Cornish sea sprite and hear her story.

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A photo of a crab made from a paper plate, pom poms, googly eyes and pipe cleaners.

Make and Take at Home

Live in Facebook Tuesday 6 – Thursday 8 April and then available on the website.

Tune in for our live Make and Take crafting sessions with Sophie, our Learning Officer. Make musical instruments using bits and bobs from around the house. Bring them along to Story time with Oshi where we’ll create plenty of noise!

Our Make and Takes will be broadcast live on Facebook.

Here’s what Sophie will be creating:

Jingling Jellyfish

Live on Tuesday 6 April, 11am. You will need:

Crab Shaker

Live on Wednesday 7 April, 11am. You will need:

Sea Drum

Live on Thursday 8 April, 11am. You need:

Children should be supervised when completing these activities and things can get messy!

It’s free!

Our Easter holiday activities are FREE.

Oshi is an original story created by Deborah Rogers.