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Art Practical: Summer Sketching & Painting

Wednesday 1st May, 2019 10:00am to 12:00pm

Tel: 0300 303 3464

Web: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2018/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3673242

Woodend Creative
The Crescent
Scarborough
YO11 2PW
YO11 2PW

Running for 10 sessions

Make the most of the Summer with this sketching and painting course which will introduce you to drawing natural subjects in pencil, paint and pastels. Working outdoors when possible in the Crescent Gardens this course will cover drawing plants, trees and skies. Beginners and improvers welcome.

If in receipt of benefit/low income you may be able to attend for free.

Follow links/call number to enrol and reserve a place.

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Scarborough's old pubs

Wednesday 1st May, 2019 11:00am to 4:00pm

Tel: 01723369361

Email: scarboroughmaritime@yahoo.com

Web: http://www.scarboroughsmaritimeheritage.org.uk/whats-on.html

Free entry
Wed - Sun
11am to 4pm.
45 Eastborough
YO11 1NH.
YO11 1NH

An exhibition about Scarborough's old pubs.
Free entry, Wed - Sun, 11am to 4pm.
45 Eastborough.

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World Dance for Well-Being with the WEA

Wednesday 1st May, 2019 1:20pm to 3:20pm

Tel: 0300 303 3464

Web: https://www.wea.org.uk

St James's Art Centre
24 Seamer Road
Scarborough
North Yorkshire
YO12 4DT

Learn to dance, both traditional and modern while improving health, posture and well-being.
Course ref: C3675298

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FREE university tour - open to all

Wednesday 1st May, 2019 2:00pm to 2:20pm

Tel: 01723 336700

Email: cus@coventry.ac.uk

Web: https://www.coventry.ac.uk/cus

Weekly on Wednesdays at 2pm
YO11 2JW

Ever wanted to have a look around a university? Thinking of going back into education?

Every Wednesday afternoon CU Scarborough hosts a 20 minute tour of their facilities, with the opportunity to ask students and staff what it is really like to go to university in Scarborough.

The informal events are free to attend, open to all and don't require advance booking. Simply turn up and sign in at the help desk on arrival.

We just ask that you are respectful as you walk around our building and that large groups call to give us advanced warning!

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History: Medieval Monasteries, Murder & Mayhem

Wednesday 1st May, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 0300 303 3464

Web: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2018/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3675310

Woodend Creative
The Crescent
Scarborough
YO11 2PW
YO11 2PW

Running for 8 sessions:

Monasticism took on a new fervour after the Norman Conquest of England in 1066. Religious Orders from France came to England, Wales and Scotland to seek the 'wilderness'. Pivotal to this new lease of monasticism was the 'Rule of St. Benedict' which was so closely adhered to by the Cistercians, a new monastic order that grew out of the need to follow 'The Rule' more strictly. Here, in North Yorkshire, Rievaulx was established as a daughter house of the monastery at Clairvaux, the seat of the all-powerful Bernard, whose interference in ecclesiastical politics in Yorkshire were to have huge, international repercussions, including the suspicious death of William FitzHerbert, Archbishop of York, in 1153. This course will cover the monastic order in Yorkshire from 1069 to 1215, as well as looking at the broader picture of monasticism throughout England. In particular, we will investigate the growth and the influences that the Cistercians enjoyed in the Medieval period.

If in receipt of benefit/low income you may be able to attend for free - follow the link/call number listed to enrol and reserve a place.

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