Forthcoming events in the Bailiffgate Museum
2018 is going to be a great year at Bailiffgate Museum. Following on from the fantastic Illustrating Harry Potter experience the museum has lined up an exciting programme of exhibitions and events to suit all ages and tastes.
Felton Art Group kick off in February, with a twenty first birthdaycelebration A Sense of Place. Led by professional artist, Jo Hume, the group is characterised by the diverseskills of its members.
Mid March will be a truly big occasion when our amazing Batteries Not Includedexhibition explodes on the scene. A celebration of childhood, and the toys, games and past times which we all treasured. There really will be something for everyone with toys and games of every decade represented since world war one. As with Illustrating Harry Potter a large part of the gallery will be given over to interactive fun and games. Each month will see e new focus. We start in March with the Teddy Bears Picnic and Build It-
September welcomes textile group, It Happens,as they bring Borders, Boundaries and Beyond to Alnwick as part of their national tour. The final exhibition of 2018,Proud to be a 100,celebrates the local branches, of that much loved institution, the Women’s Institute.
If you’ve missed our Alnwick-
For the first time Eta Ingham Lawrie is running an advanced freeform weaving class for experienced weavers on March 3rdwhile her usual Beginners’ Class runs in the autumn. Rag Rugging heroines Jane and Margaret return on Oct 20th. Check our website for details of these and our sewing classes.
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