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What's On Guide

WHAT'S ON GUIDE

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Chilli Jam Open Mic Night
Every Thursday night, The Riverside Bar throws open it's floor to musicians and vocalists alike. We hold our weekly Open Mic night and everyone is welcome.

Come down as a musician or vocalist and have a blast, or come down as a spectator and enjoy it just as much.

Hungry? We have an amazing Tex Mex menu. Thirsty? We have a great range on the bar as well as a fresh coffee selection.

It really is a great night.

On: 19:00 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: The Riverside Bar, 70 Ousegate, Selby, YO8 4NJ
Contact name: Gareth Mitchell
Phone number: 07545652788
Contact email: email
Website: https://www.facebook.com/thechillijam/
Clubbericse
Clubbericse

Do you like the idea of a workout that feels more like a night out?

Disco Lights, Glow Sticks, Darkened Room, Hits from the 90’s

If so then come and join me for a Clubbericse class!

if you remember singing “only love can set you free” at the Pretty Muddy event in York on Saturday the 25th June then you have already had a little taster.

On: 7pm Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Joseph Rowntree School, Haxby Road, New Earswick, YO324BZ
Website: http://www.facebook.com/clubbercisewiththomasinyork
Thursday night Speed Quiz
Speed quiz every Thursday from 8.30 with Mike Brooke, more than a quiz more of a gameshow, played on a tablet or phone, up to £200 snowball and a gallon of beer to be won every week.

On: 8.30pm Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: The Ackhorne, 9 St Martins Lane, YO16LN
Italian for Beginners
Enjoy learning a beautiful language with a native Italian tutor in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Mainly focused on developing conversational skills, with this course you will be able to handle the basic everyday and social language to communicate with Italian people.

On: 10:00 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Guppy's Enterprise Club, 17 Nunnery Lane, York, YO23 1AB
Contact name: Vicky Wells
Phone number: 01904 234733
Contact email: email
Website: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2017/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3670990
Tudor York
York in Tudor times was a difficult and often dangerous place to be. With its wool industry already in decline, York lost its privileged political position with the death of its patron Richard III. It became a hotbed of civil unrest, conspiracy and rebellion against the Tudor throne. Uncomfortable with the changes of the Reformation, the city then had to cope with the disastrous impact of the Dissolution. This course looks at York in the context of national events: the fall of Richard III, the Yorkshire Rebellion of 1489, the Pilgrimage of Grace of 1536, and the Northern Revolt of 1569. We study religious changes of the time and local resistance to them, as exemplified by Margaret Clitheroe. We also look at economic and social developments, and the changing topography of York. We'll view these events and issues through a range of contemporary sources, considering their nature and purpose, to help us get a better understanding of the Tudors, the city of York, and its people.

On: 14:00 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Quaker Meeting House, York, Friargate, York, YO1 9RL
Contact name: Vicky Wells
Phone number: 01904 234733
Contact email: email
Website: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2017/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3671037
York Voices Community Choir
A course for anyone who enjoys singing in a group (or would like to try it for the first time!). Have fun and make friends while singing a wide range of songs, including gospel, world, folk and pop.

On: 19:30 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Scarcroft Primary School Learning Centre, Moss Street, York, YO23 1BS
Contact name: Vicky Wells
Phone number: 01904 234733
Contact email: email
Website: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2017/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3671041
Planning a Novel
In this 9 week course we will consider the elements a good novel needs and use these as a basis for planning our own novels. Each week we will focus on a particular aspect of novel writing such as beginnings, endings, characterisation, dialogue, point of view and storytelling techniques. We will undertake fun writing activities that will help us generate and develop our ideas as well as hone our skills. We will also look at planning and the all important self-editing process. Finally we will consider ways of weaving all the threads together so that a massive undertaking becomes a more manageable task.

On: 10:00 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Explore York Library and Learning Centre, Library Square, Museum Street, York, YO1 7DS
Contact name: Vicky Wells
Phone number: 01904 234733
Contact email: email
Website: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2017/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3671352
Yorkshire Saints and Holy Places
This course will look at the lives and places of pilgrimage associated with Saints John of Beverley, John of Bridlington, Aelred of Rievaulx, Hilda of Whitby, Wilfred of Ripon, William of York, John Fisher and Margaret Clitherow. Taking as our starting point the social and historical context in which these saints lived and died, we shall read extracts from various lives of these saints as well as looking at their representation in the visual arts such as manuscripts and stained glass windows. In looking at the shrines and places of pilgrimage associated with these saints we shall explore their spiritual legacy in order to reach a deeper understanding of what we understand by sainthood and sanctity.

On: 14:00 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Easingwold Parish Church Rooms, Tanpit Lane, Easingwold, YO61 3HD
Contact name: Vicky Wells
Phone number: 01904 234733
Contact email: email
Website: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2017/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3670849
Hang or Hide? The Tudors, Social Change & Catholic Subjects in Northern England
Most people know something about the Tudors as monarchs from school history, but what about their subjects? Huge social changes took places in their reigns and in particular after the Reformation. How did this affect those living under them? Whose cause was advanced and who suffered? What was it like to live in Tudor England? In this course we will look at all these issues with particular emphasis on the Crown's subjects in the north of England and especially their Catholic subjects who were amongst the losers in respect of social change and found themselves in many instances having to either hang or hide. We will make use of original sources, especially wills and there will be plenty of recommendations for further reading.

On: 13:30 Thu 26th Oct 2017
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Friends' Meeting House, Great Ayton, High Green, Great Ayton, GREAT AYTON, TS9 6BJ
Contact name: Vicky Wells
Phone number: 01904 234733
Contact email: email
Website: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2017/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3671358
NYMR Halloween Train
Join us on board the Halloween Train, which will take you and your family on a spooky journey this Halloween!

Children and their scaredy-cat grown ups will love meeting our silly, spectacular and sometimes spooky cast of storytellers, from Wendy Witch to Vinnie Vampire. Hear their ghoulish tales, join in with their scary songs and be prepared for moments of magic. This will be an evening of Steam & Scream!

Departing from Pickering, the spooktacular Halloween Train will travel to Levisham Station with scary storytelling along the way. This will be a return non-stop journey with Tricks and Treats!

• Journey on board the Halloween Train, lasting approx. one hour.
• Halloween Activity Bag
• Come face-to-face with with spooktacular characters as they tell ghost stories and frightful tales along the way!

Three spooky services will run each evening on the 26, 27, 28 and 29 October at 18:00, 19:30 and 21:00 lasting approximately one hour. Adult and Child Tickets cost £20 per person and advance booking is required.

This is recommended for children aged 5 to 12 years old. The 21:00 service will also be made a little more frightful with additional scares, so beware!!

On: Thu 26th Oct 2017
Until: Sun 29th Oct 2017
Address: NYMR, Pickering Station, Pickering, YO18 7AJ
Website: https://www.nymr.co.uk/Event/halloween-train
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