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May
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Spring Bank Holiday
May 29 all-day
‘Get Your Skates On! Exhibition
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Get Your Skates On! – the story of roller skating

‘Get Your Skates On!’ tells the story of roller skating – how it began in Britain and grew in popularity across Lancashire. Did you know that there was an open air roller skating rink on Morecambe Pier that opened in 1869?

We would love to hear about your memories of roller skating in Lancashire so come along to Lancaster Maritime Museum to see the exhibition and share your recollections with us.

Museum opening times – 10am-4pm daily. Until 2nd August.
Museum admission – Adults £3.00, Concessions £2.00, children and local adults free. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Lancaster Maritime Museum, Customs House, St. George’s Quay, Lancaster, LA1 1YS.

Telephone – 01524 382264

Email – lancastermaritimemuseum@lancashire.gov.uk

www.lancashire.gov.uk/museums

Bohemia
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Bohemia – a new art exhibition at Arteria with Gallery 23. Including work by Denise Keen-Junk ,Julie Evans, Fay Collins, Jenny McCabe and Liz Collinson Ceramics . www.arteriashop.co.uk 01524 61111

Journeys Photographic Exhibition @ Carnforth Heritage Centre LA5 9TR
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

A photographic exhibition by Johnny Bean, Graham Dean and Simon R Dalton

Summer Showcase For Luneside Studios
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 pm

Summer Showcase For Luneside Studios

An eclectic mix of contemporary art is currently on display at Luneside Studios Summer Exhibition in The Dukes gallery and bar.

Almost 40 works including oils, pastels, collage, glass and acrylics are on exhibition until June 18.

Luneside Studios have been a part of Lancaster’s cultural life for 34 years, originally housed in a former warehouse on St George’s Quay and now based at Castle Park.

They are one of the longest running studio groups in the North West and during the past three decades have provided workshop facilities for more than 100 practising artists.

Thirteen of those artists are displaying their work at the Summer Exhibition which can be viewed during normal Dukes opening hours. If you are making a special trip to see it, call the Box Office as sometimes the gallery is used for other activities.

For more information, ring the Box Office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org

Ribble Valley Ramble
May 29 @ 9:30 am – 3:00 pm

Participants will meet at the Spread Eagle for a bacon sandwich and tea/coffee (included) before setting off on a guided walk. The route will be decided by our regular, local walk leaders who will provide commentary. A refreshment stop will be made half way (please bring cash for a drink). Walkers will then return to the Spread Eagle for a two course meal (included). Suitable for adults and accompanied children 15 years and over. Well behaved dogs on a short lead welcome.

Booking essential. For further information contact the manager at
the Spread Eagle on 01200 441202 or email spread.eagle@zen.co.uk
£15.99, 5 ½ hours, terrain guide 4, approx 7 miles

Google Maps may or may not give the exact location so please check before setting off.

Open Garden – Clearbeck House
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Garden open for charity with NGS. Visitors comment that this is a garden full of surprises. The 4 acres include formal gardens around the house with sculpture, follies, bog and vegetable garden. The wildlife area surrounds the 2 acre lake. Please enquire re wheelchair access. Dogs welcome on a lead. Light refreshments available to buy.

Just turn up. For further information contact 015242 61029 or see
www.clearbeckgarden.org.uk. Postcode for garden – LA2 8PJ
£4 (accompanied children free), terrain guide 3

Google Maps may or may not give the exact location so please check before setting off.

May
30
Tue
‘Get Your Skates On! Exhibition
May 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Get Your Skates On! – the story of roller skating

‘Get Your Skates On!’ tells the story of roller skating – how it began in Britain and grew in popularity across Lancashire. Did you know that there was an open air roller skating rink on Morecambe Pier that opened in 1869?

We would love to hear about your memories of roller skating in Lancashire so come along to Lancaster Maritime Museum to see the exhibition and share your recollections with us.

Museum opening times – 10am-4pm daily. Until 2nd August.
Museum admission – Adults £3.00, Concessions £2.00, children and local adults free. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Lancaster Maritime Museum, Customs House, St. George’s Quay, Lancaster, LA1 1YS.

Telephone – 01524 382264

Email – lancastermaritimemuseum@lancashire.gov.uk

www.lancashire.gov.uk/museums

Bohemia
May 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Bohemia – a new art exhibition at Arteria with Gallery 23. Including work by Denise Keen-Junk ,Julie Evans, Fay Collins, Jenny McCabe and Liz Collinson Ceramics . www.arteriashop.co.uk 01524 61111

Boomtown – From Front line to White Lund Exhibition
May 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

From Front Line to White Lund – this exhibition marks the centenary of devastating explosions at White Lund National Filling Factory www.kingsownmuseum.com
Free admission. Closed Mondays (except Bank Holidays)