Fulbourn Arts

On behalf of Fulbourn Arts
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Fulbourn Arts

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Fulbourn Arts What’s On

Sent 10 June 2108
 
Dear All,
 
Please see events below for both June and July.
 
Pencils in the Pub – outdoor sketching at Fulbourn Manor
Monday 11 June, at Fulbourn Manor. Come anytime between 7.00pm and 8.00pm, finishing between 8.30 and 9.00pm.
With the kind permission of Richard and Judith Townley, we will be sketching around the front of Fulbourn Manor, or, if you wish, from the adjoining churchyard. The weather is looking fine and bright so do join us. Bring a folding chair or stool to sit on if you wish. If the weather does turn chilly, then we will go back to the pub! All levels of ability very welcome – the event is just for fun.
 
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.
 
Fulbourn Primary School PTfA
Garden Groove Festival
A mini-festival fundraiser for the School’s Playground Appeal
Saturday 16 June in the Six Bells Beer Garden, opening at 12.30pm, finishing around 6.00 to 6.30pm.
Fun and entertainment for all ages. Music and dance acts, refreshments and stalls.
 
This event is supported by Fulbourn Arts and Fulbourn Forum.
 
Fulbourn Library Author Talk Series
Hilary Custance Green – Surviving the Death Railway
Wednesday 27 June, 7.30pm, in The Swifts Meeting Room, Fulbourn Library.
Hilary is a linguist and sculptor with degrees in Art History, Art Sculpture and a PhD in psychology. She has edited Surviving the Death Railway, a collection of POW’s memoirs and letters from the Second World War. She has also written three novels.
Refreshments are available after the talk. Free entry but donations to the work of the library are always welcome.
 
Fulbourn Celebrates Art in July
Atelje Art at the Stables – Every Picture Tells a Story
7-8 July and 14-15 July, Fulbourn Manor Old Stables, 11.00am to 5.00pm.
Free. All welcome.
 
This event is supported by Fulbourn Arts.
 
Fulbourn Art Fair
21-22 July and 28-29 July, Fulbourn Manor Old Stables, 11.00am to 6.00pm
Free. All welcome.
 
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.
 
Fulbourn and Gt. Wilbraham Open Studios
Open 11.00am to 6.00pm. Free. All wecome.
Helen Clarke (Watercolours/inks), 7-8, 14-15, 21-22 July, Summer House Studio, 1 High Street, Gt. Wilbraham
Jackie Duckworth (Printmaker/illustrator), 14-15, 21-22 July, 14 Home End, Fulbourn
Allison Henderson (Paintings, drawings, oil and watercolour), 14-15, 21-22 July, 14 Home End, Fulbourn
George Hamilton (Oil painter), 14-15, 21-22 July, 52 Station Road, Fulbourn
Mel Fraser (Contemporary stone sculpture), 14-15, 21-22, 28-29 July, Glyptics Studio, Gatehouse, Herring’s House, Wilbraham Road, Fulbourn
 
Fulbourn Cinema
Crocodile Dundee (15) (1986)
Friday 20 July, in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre, Home End, doors open at 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start
Starring Paul Hogan, this action and adventure comedy was nominated for one Academy Award.
 
Accustomed to a simple life in the Australian Outback, a legendary crocodile hunter has trouble adjusting to his new surroundings when an American journalist brings him to New York City. This Australian comedy delivers exactly what one would expect: plenty of fish-out-of-water gags about a hunter’s reactions to the absurdityof modern urban life. “Crocodile” Dundee soon demonstrates that his natural ways are rather quite well-suited to city life, proving himself equally adept at defeating muggers and charming members of high society. The film was a huge worldwide box office success.
 
Tickets: £5, U16 £3, on the door. Refreshmnents available from the Institute bar.
 
This is a Fulbourn Arts event.
 
Best wishes,
 
David Cottee
on behalf of Fulbourn Arts
01223 880616 / www.fulbournarts.org