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Sheffield Growing Experience

We provide gardening and conservation activities for young people and adults with learning disabilities. Activities include planting seeds, transplanting plants, harvesting, picking apples, weeding, making bird boxes, picking flowers and more...

Sheffield Jazz

See website for venues, times and prices of performances
Sheffield Jazz is a charitable company which aims to bring the best of British and international  jazz performers to Sheffield though our concert programmes, and raise awareness about jazz  music in Sheffield and South Yorkshire. Live performances by top musicians are run in various venues in the city between September…

Sheffield Museums Society

Last Tuesday in the month at 7.30pm (Sep-Nov, Jan-Apr)
A series of evening talks on subjects of historical interest.
Catherine Pinion
0114 230 5714

Sheffield Philatelic Society

1st Wednesday in the month at 2pm (chat & swap), 2nd & 4th Thursday in the month at 7.15pm (except August, only one meeting in December; speakers, competitions and displays)
Sheffield Philatelic society is a not-for-profit society that meets three times a month. The society was founded in 1894 and is one of the oldest philatelic societies in the country. The society has a programme of speakers, competitions, and displays and an informal chat and…

Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

Rehearsals on Tuesdays from 19.00 to 21.15, September to June; see website for details
Large high quality choir open to anyone who can sing

Sheffield Socialist Choir

Thursday (choir rehearsal)
We are a political choir, not affiliated to any particular party. Open to anyone who shares our vision of singing to promote and celebrate freedom, justice and peace around the world.

Sheffield Viola Ensemble

An all-viola ensemble for adult players who want to get together to play great music, just for pleasure, in a friendly and supportive group.

Sheffield Wargames Society

The main purpose of Sheffield Wargames Society is to provide a suitable venue for its members to play wargames in the Sheffield area. The club offers an opportunity to play tabletop games in all historical periods as well as non-historical games, role playing games and board games.

Sheffield Young Archaeologists Club

Monthly meetings usually on a Saturday, length of time differs each month usually between 2-5hours
Archaeology club for children aged 8-16
Diane Patchett
0114 2325497 07533544737

Sip and Bead

Friday 17th May
In this relaxed, creative workshop you will make a bracelet using jump rings, chain, clasps and assorted beads which will be ready to wear at the end of the session.

Sip and Create: Initial Pictures

Friday 10th May 2019
An Introduction to Arraiolos (are-rye-oh-loosh). Arraiolos is a traditional tapestry wool made in the small town of Arraiolos, Portugal since the middle ages.

Sip and Print: Fish with Mia James

Friday 15th February 2019
Block print fish onto fabric to create permanent textile designs! At this workshop you can design and make catnip fish for your cat, lavender bag fish for yourself, fish prints for cards/bookmarks, or create fish desig fabric for items in your home.

Sip and Print: Vegetables

Friday 12th April
In this workshop you will be taught how to block print onto fabric using permanent textile inks.

Sip and Stitch

Friday 22nd March OR Friday 26th April
Come along to Sip and Stich and make your own gorgeous little felt mice.

Sir John Savile's Household medieval re-enactment society

Sir John Savile's Household is a medieval re-enactment society based on the Yorkist Savile family.

Sosa-Xa Choir (Sounds of Southern Africa)

Meeting every Monday during term time 7.30pm-9.15pm (beginners coaching from 7pm)
Intercultural Community Choir, - friendly choir open to all. Lead by Tonderai Phiri from Zimbabwe the choir sings songs in a variety of southern African languages -no auditions and no previous experience required. Just bring your love of singing. Join us at the Quaker Meeting House 10 St James St. S1 2EVV. Monday 7.30pm to 9.15pm (term time only) with extra support for beginners from 7pm.

SPARKS - Connecting people with art and culture.

an Age Better in Sheffield project funded to engage and support people aged 50 and over to take part in arts and culture events in our city.

St Marys Church, Handsworth - Bell Ringing

Wednesday 7.30-9pm
Church Bell Ringing at St Mary's Church, Handsworth. The group will teach people with no experience from aged 11 years. New members welcome. Sessions held in S13 (Wednesday)

Stannington Library Creative Writer's Group

Creative writing peer group for adults. We meet at Stannington Library on the the 1st Saturday of the month from 1pm - 3pm. Cost £3 first meeting free.

The Stannington Players

Monday at 7.30pm
Amateur dramatic group for adults and young people aged 16 years, based in Stannington

Steel City Concert Band (Sheffield)

Tuesday 7.20-9.20 pm (weekly band practice)
Steel City Concert Band welcomes all players of Brass and Woodwind instruments who are over 18 years old and would like to join us in playing a wide range of music for performance at concerts.
Anne
0114 243 8371

Steel City Wargaming Group

Open Friday 6pm until 10pm
Steel City Wargaming Group play table top games including Warhammer 40K, Warhammer fantasy, Bolt Action, X-Wing, Armada and many others. As well as gaming, there is a dedicated painting area where you can build or paint or just come down for a chat. The group members aged from 10 to 50 years and over, ranging from beginners to expert.

Sterndale Singers

Monday 7.45-10pm
Sterndale Singers is a mixed chamber choir of around 30 voices.

Steve Drinkall, Speaker

I offer stunningly illustrated, informative and extremely enjoyable presentations about wildlife and nature, for any groups requiring speakers for meetings in Sheffield.
Steve Drinkall
(0114) 255 3460

Stocksbridge Library Reading Group

A reading group is a group of people who regularly meet to discuss a book they have all read. This group is free and open to all library members. Contact the library to find out upcoming dates, times and selected books.
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