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September 2017

Hardwick Baby and Toddler Group

Friday September 15 - Friday December 15
Hardwick Primary School,
2 Limes Road
Hardwick, CB23 7QR

Every Friday come along to the Community room at the Primary School on Limes Road for baby and toddlers group for all parents and carers.  Age 0 to  4 are welcome to come along to play and have tea, coffee, snacks and cake. There are some new toys including a car track and a Disney castle.  There will also be some weekly crafts from using Playdoh to mask making. From 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm For info ring 01954 210070…

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£20.00

Mini Picasso Sessions at the Farmland Museum

Wednesday September 27 - Wednesday October 18
The Farmland Museum, Denny Abbey,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

If you have a child between the ages of 20 months and 5 years do they like to mess around with paint, scraps of paper and lots of glitter? The Farmland Museum is running its popular Mini Picasso sessions every Wednesday morning, for 4 weeks, starting on Wednesday 27 September (4 October, 11 October and 18 October) . Each session involves fun creative crafts.   Sessions from 10.00 am – 11.00 am. The children must be accompanied by a parent/carer…

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Black History Month

Wednesday September 27 - Saturday October 28
Various,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

First celebrated in the UK in 1987, Black History Month (BHM) is held each year in October, with a programme that promotes the history and contributions that African, Caribbean, Asian and other BAME communities have made to Cambridge and the UK. This year’s programme is the most varied, with the greatest number of partners, ever seen in Cambridge. There is drama and story telling, music and film, lectures and social events, history and current affairs. There are events for young…

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October 2017
Free

Wisbech Art Club Winter Exhibition 2017

Friday October 13 at 10:00 am - Saturday October 21 at 10:00 am
Wisbech and Fenland Museum,
Museum Square
Wisbech, PE13 1ES

Wisbech Art Club is holding its annual Winter Exhibition from Friday 13th October to Saturday 21st October in its new venue of the Wisbech & Fenland Museum, Museum Square, Wisbech. Around 30 members of the club will be exhibiting their works using a range of media including watercolour, oils, acrylic and pastel and a covering a wide range of subject matter including landscapes, seascapes, buildings, portraits, animals, still life and abstract. Paintings will be for sale at reasonable prices. Admission…

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£4.00 - £8.00

Fulbourn Arts Music Fest

Sunday October 15 at 7:30 pm - Friday October 27 at 7:30 pm
St Vigor’s Church,
Manor Walk
Fulbourn, CB21 5BN

A series of concerts organised by Fulbourn Arts. Sunday 15 October - A great opportunity to hear Richard Gowers and the church organ put through its paces with a programme to include Bach’s majestic Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor. Richard was a prize-winning Fellow of the Royal College of Organists at seventeen. In the past three years at Kings, he has accompanied the renowned choir, taught the boy choristers and played for numerous concerts and recordings. Saturday 21 October…

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The Cambridge Festival of Ideas

Monday October 16 - Sunday October 29

The Cambridge Festival of Ideas celebrates its 10th anniversary with a line-up of distinguished speakers and a host of exhibitions and events. Truth has dominated the news agenda in the last year and is the driving force of academic research. This year's Cambridge Festival of Ideas puts truth under the spotlight. There will  be talks on such subjects as Populism, Herodotus, Explorers (Little People of the Arctic), Fantastical Cambridge, Religious Truth in an Age of Diversity and many more interesting…

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£7.00 - £13.00

Boys

Tuesday October 17 at 7:45 pm - Saturday October 21 at 7:45 pm
ADC Theatre,
Park Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB5 8AS United Kingdom

‘What would you do if the look on some guy’s face told you that being young was as good as it ever gets?’ Exams are over and the real world awaits but first, one last party. At the dawn of graduation, Benny, Cam, Timp and Mack are confronted with the uncomfortable reality of their dissipating youth and freedom. Laura and Sophie are struggling with the paradoxical desire to grow up yet circumvent responsibility. Faced with an unfamiliar kind of time…

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