What’s on in December

November/December Art Exhibition

Pam Turner’s exhibition continues until Thursday 9th December. Pam’s watercolour, acrylic and mixed media paintings frequentlyreflect her enthusiasm for travel and architecture.  She exhibits regularly and has undertaken private and commercial commissions. She is particularly interested in exploring and experimenting witha variety of styles to best reflect her work.


Open Art Exhibition/Competition

Entries are now being invited for the ever popular Open Art Competition/Exhibition in January 2022.  Details and entry forms may be found on Garstang Arts Society

web site.- https://garstangartssociety.org.uk/open-art-competition-exhibition/

Sheila Tearle Tel: 01995 6038


Garstang Ukulele Group

Open Mic, 11th December, 7pm

We shall be celebrating December with an open mic evening at the Garstang Arts Centre. There will be mulled wine, mince pies and plenty of music, not just ukuleles. 
Everyone is welcome to come and play or just to listen.

Bob Sapey
http://www.garstangukulelegroup.co.uk


Songbirds

We are all enjoying our weekly singing, so good to be together again after what has been a very unusual eighteen months. We continue to be cautious given the virus is obviously still around but having the joy of music to share certainly lifts our spirits. 
We have planned our Christmas party in the Art Centre for Monday 13th December at 12.30.p.m. if any of our ladies wish to join us could you please let me know by 6th December for catering purposes.
We will resume our weekly meetings in January on Monday the 3rd 2022. when subscriptions to the Art Centre will be due. Christmas Wishes and the hope of peace and health to all from the Songbirds.

Avril Bevan (01995) 602904


Garstang Musical Productions

We are performing on Sunday, 12th December outside Bella’s café, as part of the Santa dash. Come along and join in.

Rebecca Sudell 07985 372234


Garstang Floral Art

At the meeting in September June and I explained to members that we wished to step down as leaders of the group. I am writing this in early November and to date no-one has come forward to take over the running of the Floral Art Group. If there is anyone willing to take on the roles of chairperson, secretary or treasurer please contact either June or myself. It is a very friendly group and we would be sorry to have to close it down. Our contact numbers are below.
Mary Thornber.

Mary 01995 605210 or June 07887 831642


Book Club

At our November meeting in September we discussed ‘The Black House’ by Peter May. This author was a popular choice with the group although we all agreed that the book had a rather dark side and certainly didn’t make the Isle of Lewis feel very welcoming! However several members of the group are going to continue to read the trilogy!
For our next meeting on the 14th December the recommended book is ‘All the Lonely People’ by Mike Gayle. The theme is loneliness or racism but it is a definitely a feel good book.
In January our recommended book is ‘600 hours of Edward’ by Craig Lancaster
For more information contact: Linda 07795064266 or Sandra 01995603436


Scrabble Group

The Scrabble Group meet on Tuesday afternoons at the Arts Centre 2.00pm to 3.30pm.  Everyone welcome.
Jean Mavin 07501704385


Needlework Group

We meet in the Arts Centre on Wednesday mornings from 10am to 12 noon. If you enjoy knitting, crochet, embroidery, patchwork, applique or would like to learn, do come and join this friendly, helpful group.


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Judy Osborne (01995) 600996