Dates and activities for February Holidays are as Follows:
Tuesday 26th February Murder Mystery Trail – (Sorry, no 2-3 year olds)
Wednesday 27th February Dinosaur Archaeology
Thursday 28th February Puppet Workshop
8.00am-5.30pm £22.00 or 9.00am-3.30pm £18.00
Acorns pre-school reserve the right to cancel if numbers are insufficient.
Booking forms available from Acorns Pre-school(Masham)
A group of artists and craftspeople (Elizabeth Sharrock, Flora McLachlan, Ian Scott-Massie, Hester Cox, Jane Burnley, Margaret Morris, Janine Roper, Charlottle Morrison, Katy O’Neil) fill the exhibition room with the many shades and feeling of ‘blue’. www.mashamgallery.co.uk email@example.com
Brian Edwards specialises in painting architecture especially ruins where the picturesque
is most evident. As an architect by training he is drawn to structure, detail and light.
Yorkshire is well blessed with wonderful ruins, both abbeys and castles. The paintings
are intended to evoke reflection and admiration of the masons and builders who created
so much with limited technology.
Brian’s exhibition runs from Saturday 16th February until Friday 15th March 2019. Closed on Sundays.
Sally and Lyn are exhibiting their amazing talent of printed ceramic coasters and cushion covers. Their exhibition runs from Saturday 19th January – Friday 15th March 2019.
For more information about future exhibitions or if you would like to exhibit, please contact The Blue Light Gallery at the Community Office, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, HG4 4DY or call 01765 680 200 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fun for all the family every day throughout half-term.
Follow our trail through ancient woodland to the Druid’s Temple. Finish with a warming speciality hot chocolate and scrummy cake at Bivouac’s Bistro Cafe.
£4 per child (including a completed trail gift per child)
Dales Business Women are doing some Networking Events to help businesses grow, collaborate and support each other.
£12.00 basic members/non-members £15.00.
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Hazel will speak of her work with Art UK whick is a charity working to transform access to the nation’s public art collections. They showcase art belonging to every UK public collection, including national museums, town halls, hospitals and other civic buildings, covering works from Shetland to Jersey. Art UK allows you to see works that you would not normally see as 80% of it is not on public view. To date, Art UK have digitised 220,000 oil paintings by nearly 40,00 artists and their current project is digitising the nation’s sculptures. Learn about the value of this work in research to artists, scientists and historians as well as being available for education and general enjoyment.
Non-members are welcome and are charged £3.00 per meeting.
Any enquiries to Roger Sarjeant 01765 689396 firstname.lastname@example.org