Starts: April 13 - 1:00pm Ends: December 7 - 4:00pm
“Learn to Paint with Wool” – Beginners Class
Using Merino wool tops, silks and other interesting fibres. You will have the opportunity to create wet felt artworks. Other techniques will also be shown, such as needle felting embellishment.
ALLSATURDAYS: 13 April | 11 May | 15 June | 20 July | 10 August | 14 September | 16 November | 7 December
£40pp (£10 non-refundable deposit) | All materials included
Small group sizes (6 per workshop) | 1-4pm
Book direct: email@example.com | 07925 064571
Tea and Memories
Starts: April 24 - 2:00pm Ends: April 24 - 4:00pm
A chance for older residents to look at photographs and objects and share their memories of times gone by. Bring your friends and join us for a cup of tea and a chat. There is a different theme every time.
Next Tea and Memories is on Wed 31 July when we will explore local market gardens and nurseries.
Knit and Natter
Starts: May 14 - 2:00pm Ends: May 14 - 4:00pm
2-4pm | McCarthy Room | Drop-in | FREE
For anyone interested in knitting or crochet, come along with your own work or join us as we create signal flags and a knitted nativity scene for Christmas.
SECOND TUESDAY each month: 11 June | 9 July | 13 August
Starts: May 28 - 2:30pm Ends: May 28 - 4:00pm
Creative Café - creative sessions for adults. Would you like to meet new people? Feeling a bit lonely or isolated? Want to be more creative and learn a new craft? If any of the above applies to you come along and join this friendly group. All materials are provided for a small donation and refreshments are available to purchase from the gallery cafe.
Takes place in the McCarthy Room on the fourth Tuesday each month from 2.30pm-4pm.
ALL TUESDAYS: 25 June | 23 July | 27 August
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01590 435045
Lymington Open Gardens 2019
Starts: June 2 - 2:00pm Ends: June 2 - 6:00pm
Entry by programme price £6 Lymington Open Gardens is organised by the Friends of St Barbe Museum.
The first Open Gardens day was held in 2010 was a great success; and the Open Gardens scheme is now an established Lymington summer event enjoyed by many Lymington residents and visitors.
Why not make it a day out? You will see the New Forest ponies and their foals as you travel through the Forest. There are lots of cafés and pubs in the town where you can have lunch or pleasant picnic spots down on the Quay or in Grove Gardens park near the High Street. Entry to the gardens will be by programme (£6) on sale in advance at St Barbe Museum in New Street and at Moore Blatch, 48 High Street, on the day as well as at all other gardens. Many of the gardens are within walking distance of each other - or if you want to see them all a short bicycle ride.
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Wood Engraving Course with Peter Brown (2 day)
Starts: July 11 - 10:30am Ends: July 12 - 4:00pm
An introduction to wood engraving. On day one you will look at tools and the marks they can make and how to use them to create tones. On the next day you will engrave your own image onto wood. Suitable for those with some drawing experience. No need to have knowledge of printmaking. All materials provided.
Peter contributes weekly to The Times Feather Report with his wonderful wood engravings of birds.
Limited places available | £100 | 1 hour break for lunch not included | Phone 01590 676969 to book
Wet Felting Workshop (intermediate) with Pippa Crouch
Starts: July 13 - 10:30am Ends: July 13 - 4:00pm
Using merino wool tops, silks and other interesting fibres, you will have the opportunity to create two wet-felted artworks. You will also have the chance of working on needle felting embellishments. Intermediate level for those with some experience of making felt. All materials supplied.
Limited places available | £75 per workshop | 1 hr break for lunch, not included.
To book a place or find out more, please call 01425 617651 or email email@example.com.
Find out more about our three large gallery spaces HERE