Current talks and events programme (Museum Friends)
Forthcoming events organised by the Friends of Welwyn Hatfield Museums - all are welcome, please come along.
Talks are held in the seminar room at Mill Green Museum. Doors open at 7.30 for 8pm, (evening talks) or 2.00 for 2.30pm (afternoon talks) with tea, coffee and biscuits provided.
Admission is by ticket only
Friends are advised to purchase tickets in advance because of the strict limitation on numbers that can be admitted. Friends' members' tickets are £3, available up to three months in advance; non-member tickets are £5. If you can't get down to the museum, contact us on the day to see if there are still seats available.
Wednesday 19 June, at (7.30 for 8 pm Talk: Tony Rook - Flow Gently, Sweet Mimram.
Wednesday 17 July 2013, (7.30 pm for 8pm), Talk: Terry Pankhurst - The Development of Mechanical Music
An opportunity to get together and reminisce over the first ten years of the Friends' existence. Illustrations of past activities will be on hand to jog those happy memories. Classic Mill Green cream teas will be served, along with a few extras to mark the occasion.
Wednesday 18 September 2013, Friends' Annual General Meeting followed by Talk by John Williams, South East Area Eastern Counties Co-ordinator of the British Association of Friends of Museums
Wednesday, 16 October, (7.30 for 8 pm) David Steed: A Celebration of Poetry and Music
Poems by Burns, Shakespeare, Stevenson, Lear, Rossetti and W. H. Davis that have been set to music by Michael Head, Quilter and Ralph Vaughan Williams will be read and sung by David.
Monday, 18 November, 2.30 Talk on Shaw's Corner
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