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Improv for Beginners

January 25th - October 12th 2019 (Every Friday 7pm - 9pm)
Learn the basics of creating comedy spontaneously and be more confident in conversation.

Indigo Tye Dyeing

Saturday 20th April
Learn to tie and dye fabric with a natural plant based indigo blue dye.

Interior Design with Mark Beachell

13th June-17th July 2019 (6 weeks)
This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to approach any interior design project with confidence.

An introduction to Arraiolos with Sonia Santos (long arm cross stitch tapestry)

Arraiolos is a traditional tapestry wool made in the small town of Arraiolos, Portugal, since the middle ages.

Introduction to Gold Leaf

Saturday 13th April
Imaginative and creative exercises designed to help you explore the use of real gold leaf, and discover how to use this beautiful material.

Introduction to the Human Figure in Oils with Marcin Szuba

Wednesday 6.00pm to 8.00pm, 20 to 27 March 2019 (2 weeks)
Working directly from life models you will create sketches focusing on composition and proportions then use these to inspire your oil paintings.

Keith Whatlin, Speaker

Keith Whatlin offers illustrated talks on the following subjects: • Ancient Greeks• Ancient Egypt• Ancient Romans• The history of English architectural styles (with emphasis on examples that are mainly within the Sheffield, South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire areas) All talks are fully illustrated with slides…

Knitting for Beginners at Central Library

A friendly and informal session to get you started with the ancient art of knitting. Contact the library for more information and to book you place.

LeannMarieDesign

Couture bridal wear designer/producer and bridal wear alteration service provider. Courses, Tuition and Professional Development in Sewing, Dressmaking and Pattern Cutting.

Learning to Draw with Colette Cameron

3rd June-22nd July (7 weeks, break on 17th June)
Anyone can learn to draw. Once we begin to learn to draw the essential nature of the object our natural personal style also appears, like magic.

Let's Sing!

A singing workshop for all abilities.

Libre Digital

Libre Digital is a community digital media organisation which aims to widen access to technology and information by and for communities, increasing media literacy and digital inclusion.

Life Drawing with Flora Menager

1st-22nd May 2019 (4 weeks)
This life drawing course aims to help beginner and intermediate participants build confidence by providing tips and techniques to help represent the figure on paper.

Maureen Taylor MA @Talking History

I am a speaker giving talks/presentations of 16th century social history, and always in appropriate costume. I have 17 different talks to chose from. As well as being informative, I try to amuse, someone described my talks as 'horrible histories for adults', they can be funny, gruesome and sometimes disgusting. In among those talks are some which deal with personalities and local areas.

Meersbrook Park Church Operatic Society

MPCOS is a friendly operatic society, performing Gilbert and Sullivan comic operettas. No auditions required to join the chorus. Everyone from the age of 14 updates welcome.

The Meeting Place

Community sessions for the post-retired. A place to learn new skills, build friendships and stay active.
Suzanne Morton
0114 2378363 07505475940

Mike Hodgkins, Speaker

I give talks around a wide area as in venues supplied by my clients
I am a speaker for meetings. I am a retired fire officer and have published two novels about my experiences. My subjects are:• My novels "Better Red than Dead" and "Jake's Tale"• Life in the fire service• How to avoid or survive a fire• The Peak…
Mike Hodgkins
01246 567319

Minerva Women's Acapella Chorus

We are a friendly group of women who love close harmony unaccompanied singing.  We welcome women of all ages -  no need to read music as we provide tracks to help learn the songs.  We rehearse in Walton Chesterfield every Monday evening 7.30 - 9.30pm…

Ms Jude Warrender, Speaker

Any time or day considered
Speaker to local community and business organisations
Jude Warrender
0114 234 8202

Natural movement Yoga

Feeling stiff and creaky? These classes might be perfect for you.The word yoga means different things to different people…My approach to yoga is very different from a traditional or conventional class. All classes are oriented around mindful strength development, functional movement, mobilisation of joints and…
Lesley Parkin
01142307704 07888681274

Nick Robinson - Origami Artist

Nick has been folding paper since the early 80's and has been a member of the British Origami Society for over 30 years. He has served on their council for over 25 years. He is editor of their bimonthly magazine and maintains their web site.…
Nick Robinson
0751 686 1262

Over 50s needed for a study on reading and well-being

We are looking for volunteers aged 50+ to help with our exciting research on reading and well-being. Volunteers will get the chance to listen to a free audiobook (from a choice of 4) and will be provided with a £10 Love2Shop voucher as a thank…
Dr Giulia Poerio
0114 222 6544

Painted Landscape Vessels

Thursdays 28th February-4th April 2019 (6 weeks)
Using slips and underglazes, you'll have the chance to paint a landscape and explore mark making to produce plaques for slab constructed vessels.

Painting Botanicals

Monday 29th April 2019
In celebration of spring, participants will learn painting techniques specifically suited to painting flowers in watercolour and gouache.
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