Local Events

Saturday 26th January 2019

Burns Night Supper & Dance
organised by Boston Spa Methodist Church
A celebration of traditional Burns’ Night Festivities
Scottish Country Dancing, Bagpipes, Licenced Bar
Clifford Village Hall

7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
(Doors open at 6:30pm
Tickets £14 (to include a traditional Burns’ Night supper)
from Brian Marsden 01937 843422 or 07764 233429
Join in or sit back, relax and be entertained
All proceeds towards the church development fund

Wednesday 30th. January 2019

Boston Spa Gardening Society

Meeting 7:30 p.m.

Deepdale Community Centre

Boston Spa

Wednesday 30th. January 2019 until Saturday 2nd. February 2019

Harrogate Theatre

The Harrogate Phoenix Players: Present

Whistle Down The Wind  by

Mary Hayley Bell

Based on the book of the same title and later produced as a film by Richard Attenborough , starring: Hayley Mills and Alan Bates. It tells the tale of three young children who stumble upon an escaped convict whom they believe to be Jesus and how the young people plan to help him.

Wednesday 30th January @7:30p.m. Thursday 31st. January @ 7:30p.m.

Friday 1st. February @7:30p.m. Saturday 2nd. February 2019 @ 2:30p.m.(matinee)

Saturday 2nd. February @ 7:30p.m. (evening)

Tickets Price from £16  Available Harrogate Theatre Box Office on 01423 502116

or online at the Harrogate Theatre Website: https://www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk.

10% discount for groups of Ten or more for the same performance.

Saturday 2nd. February

Singing for the Craic’

 2pm to 4pm

At Tockwith Village Hall (YO26 7PR)

A fun singing workshop open to all ages and abilities with Irish Singer-Songwriter and voice

workshop leader Paula Ryan. www.paularyan.co

Entry £2.00

To reserve your place phone 07960 246759

Or Email goodbye5@aol.com for information or to book now.

Sunday 3rd. February

The Community Hub at Tockwith Village Hall (YO26 7PR)

New weekly activity starting up soon  a non-profit making community group, will be running:

‘Indoor Sporting Evenings’ every Sunday

between 6pm and 8pm commencing on the 3rd February.

Activities will include: carpet bowls, bocce and curling.

Everyone is welcome and the cost will be  £2 per person.

For more information contact Ray Clarke on 07751048376.

Sunday 3rd. February

The Sunday Music Session at Clifford Village Hall

Brimming with local talent, the next session of live music will be on Sunday, February 3 in the village hall, starting at 7.30pm, with doors opening at 7pm.

Entry is £3. Bring your own drinks.

Friday 8th February

Four Mums in a Boat’

Tockwith Village Hall

Friday 8th February 2019, starting 7.30pm

Admission £5.

A fabulous illustrated talk by one of the rowers, Niki Doeg.

Friday 8th February

Thorner Victory Hall

Always a favourite! Tickets £17-50 (plus handling fee)

More information and ticket sales for these events through our website www.thornervictoryhall.com  or the Post Box Deli on Main Street Thorner has tickets for the Steve Forbert & Holy Moly gigs.

Monday 11th February

Monday 11th February 

Tockwith Art Group is looking forward to being visited by professional artist Jackie Midgley

7:30pm in Tockwith Village Hall.

Jackie is going to give a talk and a demonstration on how to transform a ‘tired’ acrylic painting by applying glazes and oil paints. Jackie lives on a working farm on the outskirts of Hessay. She trained as a graphic designer and then returned to university to study painting. She has exhibited at York Open Studios.

Entrance is £3.00. For more information contact Janet 01423 358253 or Donna 07532461501.

The Tockwith Art Group is at Tockwith Village Hall on Monday evenings

7:30 to 9:30pm (during school term time).

Join us for 2 free taster sessions.

Tuesday 12th February

The meeting of Askham Bryan College Gardening Club on Tuesday 12th February is an illustrated talk entitled “Camissia, Chris, Chelsea and Chaos” given by Stella Exley from Hare Spring Cottage Plants Nursery, Alne, North Yorkshire.

A light-hearted look behind the scenes growing plants for multi-award-winning garden designer, Chris Beardshaw.
The meeting starts at 7:30pm in The Conference Centre, Askham Bryan College, Askham Bryan, York, YO23 3FR.
All are welcome.
Members free admission, visitors £5 on the door.
Complimentary teas and coffees are served after the talk.
Stella will be bringing along a selection of plants for sale.
For more information about the club please visit our website:-

Thursday 14th February

Saturday 16th February

Havin’ the Craic

7.30pm at The Forge behind The Spotted Ox.

A concert followed by Open Session. Featuring live music by Joolz Cavell, Iain Glover, Judith Haswell, Trish McLean, Reen Onion and Paula Ryan.

A charity concert raising money for Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Tickets £5.00 in advance, £6.00 on the door – call 07960 246759 or email goodbye5@aol.com to book now.

Thursday 21st February

The Children’s Society is holding a Coffee Morning in the Town Hall
on THURSDAY 21st February from 9.00a.m.

Please come along and join us!
There will be bacon butties, teas, coffee, cakes, books, crafts, bric a brac, and tombola.

Any donations of cakes, bric a brac, books are all very gratefully received.

Please phone 01937 586640 and Jill Rose will arrange collection.

22nd & 23rd FEBRUARY

Thorner Victory Hall

Online ticket sales will go live
Sunday 20th January around 12 noon
see   www.thornervictoryhall.com

Saturday 9th March

Thorner Victory Hall

Not to be missed!  Tickets £15 (plus handling fee)

More information and ticket sales for these events through our website www.thornervictoryhall.com  or the Post Box Deli on Main Street Thorner has tickets for the Steve Forbert & Holy Moly gigs.

Saturday 9th March


Sunday 24th. March

“Fur Baby’s First”

A fun Dog Show and Doggy Pageant. All money raised to the: T.J. Whitaker All Dog Rescue

Classes Judged By Miss R. Thompson

@ “The Wetherby” (Formally Wetherby Social Club)

Sandbeck Way LS22 7ND