Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Sue Godden at the Blue Light Gallery

Blue Light Gallery, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DY
10:00 - 15:00

Sue is entirely self-taught, but influenced by impressionist painters such as Degas and Monet. She paints mainly in pastels but can also be found creating art through mosaics, felt and pencil. As well as taking commissions for animals, wildlife and landscapes, Sue teaches local art groups and runs her own courses in pastel painting.
www.facebook.com/sueorreygoddenartist

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Rae Fineron at the Blue Light Gallery

Blue Light Gallery, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DY
10:00 - 15:00

York-born jeweller Rae creates unique silver jewellery and also works with the famous black jet. The simplicity and beauty of the natural landscape are very much echoed in her design processes.
Rae’s exhibition runs from Saturday 29th September-Friday 26th October.
For more information contact Rae on info@raefinjewellery.co.uk or visit her website, www.raefinjewellery.co.uk
If you are interested in exhibiting at the Blue Light Gallery, please get in touch on 01765 680 200, info@visitmasham.com.

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Annie Elias at the Blue Light Gallery

Blue Light Gallery, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DY
10:00 - 15:00

Annie’s delightful felt bears are all individually made by hand. A unique present for all ages over 36 months!
Annie’s second exhibition at the Blue Light Gallery runs from Saturday 29th September-Friday 26th October.

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Jo Hunter Designs

Blue Light Gallery, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DY
10:00 - 15:00

Jo is a textile artist who combines wool, silk and print elements to create individual felted pieces of art with a contemporary feel. ‘Meadow Life’ is her current body of work that reflects her perception of the land around her. She seeks inspiration from her Yorkshire home, using sketches and paintings to capture the atmosphere before evolving into wool to create felted bowls and pictures.
Jo’s exhibition runs from Saturday 29th September until Friday 26th October 2018.
www.johunterdesigns.co.uk

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Safe Talk – Free Suicide Alertness for Everyone

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
13:00 - 16:00

What is Safe Talk?
Comprehensive Suicide Alertness Training.
How to recognise and respond where suicide thoughts might be.
How to take action.
How to provide life-saving intervention resources.
Know community resources for further help.

Become a trained helper in Masham – Trained helpers are an important part of suicide-safer communities, working alongside intervention resources to identify and avert suicide risks.

To book/more information please call 0121 565 5605 or email Dave.Pickard@kaleidoscopeplus.org.uk

The training is being provided by The Kaleidoscope Plus Group, a leading Health and Wellbeing Charity. This training is FREE due to fundraising efforts at the White Bear Beer Festival in June 2018
For more information on The Kaleidoscope Plus Group please check us on Facebook and Twitter

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Liftshare Registration

Mashamshire Community Office, 7 Little Market Place, Masham HG4 4DY
13:00 - 14:50

Come and find out more about Liftshare in our area.
Whether you’re a driver or passenger, we can help you with the registration and offer drop-in sessions every Tuesday afternoon from 1-2.50pm and Thursdays from 11am-1pm throughout September- December.
Otherwise, register by visiting Masham.liftshare.com.
Tel: 01765 680200. Email: liftshare@visitmasham.com

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Physiotherapy led adapted Tai Chi

Health Fusion, Leyburn Road, Masham, Ripon
18:30 - 19:30

Please call, email or pop into Health Fusion, next to the Co-Op, on the Leyburn Road to book a place or for further information.
£7.00 per class. Every Tuesday.
Tel: 01765 689 556. Email: healthfusion@leyburnphysiotherapy.onmicrosoft.com

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Masham Local History group – Historic Graffiti – John Buglass BSc(Hons) MA MCIfA. JB Archaeology Ltd

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

Graffiti has been around for as long as mankind has and the urge to leave a mark recording one’s presence can be seen from the earliest cave paintings. Probably the most common form of historic graffiti is a scratched/incised line (19th century Italian meaning ‘a scratch’) though many other forms are known. Graffiti is a common sight in many urban areas and ranges from contentious modern spray painting through to historic examples. Until recently most examples of historic graffiti had only been noticed in passing but with more interest developing in the subject there have now been some systematic studies of graffiti. This talk will cover the many forms graffiti can take and the diverse range of information that may be learned from it.
Non-members are welcome and are charged £3.00 per meeting.
Any enquiries to Roger Sarjeant 01765 689396 rogersarjeant1950@gmail.com