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Prosper (Harrogate and District Prostate Cancer Support Group) monthly meeting
Prosper's February meeting is on Thursday the 23rd starting at 6.45 pm. The venue will be at the Yorkshire Cancer Research Community Hub. Prosper has offered support to prostate cancer patients for over twelve years. Our website, https://sites.google.com/site/prosperharrogate, gives the program of events, dates and venues. Please come along.

On: 6.45 pm Thu 23rd Feb 2017
Address: Yorkshire Cancer Research Community Hub, 7 Grove Park Court, Harrogate, HG1 4DP.
Website: http:// https://sites.google.com/site/prosperharrogate,
Live Music Brass band
Friendly local brass band with strong community links. We derive great satisfaction from entertaining an audience and under the baton of our Musical Director, Charles Hindmarsh, we can provide a tailored concert programme to suit your needs or provide support for an existing event. There is great camaraderie among the players with friendship and social activities helping to create a happy band, whether rehearsing or performing in public. The band welcomes new & returning players of all abilities and can provide instruments and tuition

On: 19:30 Thu 23rd Feb 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Darley Methodist Church School Room, Main Street, Darley, NIdderdale, HG3 2QQ
Website: http://summerbridge-dacresilverband.co.uk/ds/
Hearts and Flowers: Half term fun!
Drop in session for families, free activities included in your museum admission ticket.
Say it with flowers every day of half term. Make paper flowers, decorate a plant pot, and plant seeds in your own mini garden.

Ticket prices: £4.00 adults, £2.50 children, £3.00 concessions, £12.00 family ticket (2+3)

On: 13:30 Mon 20th Feb 2017
Until: 15:30 Fri 24th Feb 2017
Address: Royal Pump Room Museum, Crown Place, Harrogate, HG1 2RY
Website: http://www.harrogate.gov.uk/museums
Apples and Arsenic, Half term historic family fun
Explore the smells and tastes of history in our fabulous family friendly activities this half term. Try your hand at baking, making concoctions, creating crafts, enjoying Punch and Judy shows, following fun trails and lots more… then take a closer look at our Victorian Workhouse and kitchen garden, one of the best preserved in England!
- Bake bread following a traditional recipe
- Concoct your own Smelling Salts, a popular cure for fainting in Victorian times
- Explore hidden corners of the Victorian Workhouse whilst following the Consumption Apple Trail
- Create apple themed crafts then have a giggle and sit down whilst enjoying the museum’s popular Victorian themed Punch and Judy show - fun for all ages!

All activities are included in the price of admission
Admission prices: Adult £6.50 / Child (6-15yrs) £5/ Child (5&under) free

On: 11am Mon 20th Feb 2017
Until: 3pm Fri 24th Feb 2017
Address: Workhouse Museum, Sharow View, Allhallowgate, Ripon, HG4 1LE
Website: http://www.riponmuseums.co.uk/events/
Making Friends - Half Term Crafts
Drop in to the gallery and try some crafts with a friendship theme, we’ll be making friendship bracelets and paper crafts – bring a friend and work together too! Drop in activities for families, no need to book. £3 per child.

On: 10:00 Tue 21st Feb 2017
Until: 12:00 Fri 24th Feb 2017
Address: Mercer Art Gallery, Swan Rd, Harrogate, HG1 2SA
Website: http://www.harrogate.gov.uk/museums
Cinderella pantomime
Thought panto season was over? Oh no it’s not!

This half-term come and immerse yourself in the Land of Make Believe at the Pannal Players’ production of Cinderella. Will Cinderella get to marry her Prince Charming or will her vain stepsisters, the loathsome Malaria and Diptheria, get there first?
Don’t forget to practise your boos and hisses for this hilarious duo and their evil stepmother.
Toe tapping performances run each evening at 7.30 pm from Wednesday 22nd February to Saturday 25th February with a Saturday matinee at 2.30 pm at Pannal Village Hall . Tickets are £7 for adults and £3 for primary school age children and are available online at http://www.jumblebee.co.uk/pannalplayerscinderella or from Pannal post office.
All proceeds to local charities supporting families affected by cancer.

On: 7.30 pm Wed 22nd Feb 2017
Until: 9.30 pm Sat 25th Feb 2017
Address: Pannal Village Hall, Station Rd, Pannal, Harrogate HG3 1JJ
Website: http://www.jumblebee.co.uk/pannalplayerscinderella
Nearly New Sale - Save the Children
Sale of "nearly new" items (clothing, books, CDs/DVDs/cassettes/LPs, bric-a-brac, shoes) to raise funds for the work of Save the Children, both in the UK and abroad. This event has been running for approx. 40 years in Ripon and is well supported - come and find out for yourself!

On: 10.30 am Wed 22nd Feb 2017
Until: 12 noon Sat 25th Feb 2017
Address: Hugh Ripley Hall, Ripon, HG4 2PT
Website: http://savethechildren.org.uk
Exhibitions Stepping into View exhibition

Open Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, Free Addmission.

The 'Stepping into View' exhibition is the culmination of a photography project funded by Craven College and features work by a local group of adults with learning disabilities, detailing everyday life in Skipton.
The Stepping into View exhibition displays photographs taken by a group of students from the local community group Stepping Stones and details everyday life in Skipton. The project has been a fantastic success and further empowered users of the Stepping Stones services, building upon the success of their horticultural work at the Aireville Park nursery.
The exhibition opening Saturday 4th February comes from collaboration between Stepping Stones, Craven College and Craven Museum and Gallery and will be displayed in the exhibition gallery.

It is a joint initiative between Craven Museum & Gallery and Stepping Stones and has been funded by the Arts Council England Museum's Resilience Fund, as part of the museum's Museum: Indispensable Project

'Stepping into View' will open to the public Saturday 4th February and will run until the end of March at Craven Exhibition Gallery in Skipton Town Hall, and is open every day except Sundays, 10am - 4pm, admission is free.
Any enquiries please email mhickes@cravendc.gov.uk

On: Sat 4th Feb 2017
Until: Fri 31st Mar 2017
Address: Craven exhibition gallery, Skipton Town Hall, BD23 1AH
Website: http://www.cravendc.gov.uk/Stepping
Exhibitions Isabel Alexander: Artist and Illustrator
Isabel Alexander (1910-1996), artist and illustrator, has been described by admirers as ‘the English Georgia O’Keeffe.’ This first major Yorkshire retrospective of her life's work, featuring over 50 prints, paintings and drawings, reveals the lifetime in art of an artist who is worthy of greater recognition.

Alexander trained at the Slade School of Art, London in the 1930’s then travelled widely in Europe and lived for the last 20 years of her life in Yorkshire, where her work attracted a strong following. The works on show reveal her extraordinarily diverse career as an illustrator and artist, influenced by her great love of the British landscape and the natural world, as well as her great empathy for the disadvantaged.

Admission Free
Open 10am – 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday and 2 – 5pm on Sundays. Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays. Closes at 4pm November to March.

On: Sat 14th Jan 2017
Until: Sun 4th Jun 2017
Address: The Mercer Art Gallery, Swan Road, Harrogate, HG1 2SA
Website: http://www.harrogate.gov.uk/mercerartgallery
Live Music Richmondshire Concerts present the Piatti Quartet
This prize-winning quartet impressed us on a previous visit to Richmond. Now they're back, with a Haydn opener, then a work by the young British composer Joseph Phibbs, commissioned by the Piatti Quartet, funded by the Britten–Pears Foundation and the Vaughan Williams Trust, and praised by the Sunday Times as "exhilarating... [a] combination of vibrancy and rigour".

After the interval comes a real monster: Beethoven's Op. 130 Quartet - one of his celebrated 'Late Quartets' - in six movements, ending with the optional, mighty Grosse Fuge.

On: 19:30 Sat 25th Feb 2017
Address: Influence Church, Victoria Road, Richmond DL10 4AS
Website: http://www.rsconcerts.org/concerts--tickets.html
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