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Sep
21
Thu
Holy Cow Home Sale @ Holy Cow Home
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am – Oct 21 @ 5:00 pm
Holy Cow Home Sale @ Holy Cow Home | England | United Kingdom

Diwali is a time to take stock of what you have in your castles and have a good clear out, and make space for new, so too we are having a sale to make your pennies go a lot further. Come and see the many items we have on clearance and use discount code “Diwali” for 10% of non-sale goodies on line.

Sep
26
Tue
Aylesbury Farmers’ Market @ Market Square, Aylesbury HP20 2SP
Sep 26 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Come along to the Farmers’ Market for some fabulous local produce.

Event link: http://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk

Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care
Sep 26 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care | England | United Kingdom

Offering free invisalign consultation for the month of September. Call 01296 482 465 to book yours today. A nearly invisible way to straighten your teeth – without braces – for the smile you always wanted.

Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The 11th Muir Trust Artist in Residence is James Fox, a textile artist from Lancaster.

James works mostly with machine embroidery and the process of reverse applique to create hangings of various sizes. His work looks at modern life and politics and conveys ideas and questions about our expectations regarding gender roles, work, culture and other aspects of our social and personal lives. He exhibits widely and has recently had an exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester and a residency at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston.

For this Muir Trust residency James will be selecting items from the varied museum collections in store and responding to these through his work to create new readings and interpretations. He is fascinated by political protest and trade unions and also by craftsmanship and groups on the fringes of social history. His residency will complement The Beautiful Stitch exhibition of treasures from the Embroiderers’ Guild Collection also at the Museum.

James Fox will set up his studio at the Museum in Aylesbury on Thursday – Saturday during the period 21 September to 21 October 2017. There will be Open Studio sessions on Fridays and Saturdays to watch the residency progress.

See our other events for the opportunity to do a workshop with James Fox on 14 October and attend his residency talk on 3 November.

Find out more about James and his work at http://www.Jamesfoxtextileartist.co.uk

The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The Embroiderers’ Guild, now settled into its new home at Bucks County Museum, owns a nationally important collection of costume and textiles from around the world.
Highlights from this unique and inspiring collection will form the basis of a major exhibition at the County Museum in Aylesbury through the summer of 2017.
Opening on 1 July to 28 October, the exhibition will focus on the diverse and ever-changing nature of embroidery across time and place, and will include some of the finest pieces from the Guild’s stunning collections of historical and contemporary embroidery: from Chinese shoes to American Indian gloves, from 18th century whitework to 21st century artwork, and from miniature stitches to the world’s longest embroidery!
Entry to the exhibition is free. For opening times and more information see www.buckscountymuseum.org or phone 01296 331441.

Sep
27
Wed
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care
Sep 27 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care | England | United Kingdom

Offering free invisalign consultation for the month of September. Call 01296 482 465 to book yours today. A nearly invisible way to straighten your teeth – without braces – for the smile you always wanted.

Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The 11th Muir Trust Artist in Residence is James Fox, a textile artist from Lancaster.

James works mostly with machine embroidery and the process of reverse applique to create hangings of various sizes. His work looks at modern life and politics and conveys ideas and questions about our expectations regarding gender roles, work, culture and other aspects of our social and personal lives. He exhibits widely and has recently had an exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester and a residency at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston.

For this Muir Trust residency James will be selecting items from the varied museum collections in store and responding to these through his work to create new readings and interpretations. He is fascinated by political protest and trade unions and also by craftsmanship and groups on the fringes of social history. His residency will complement The Beautiful Stitch exhibition of treasures from the Embroiderers’ Guild Collection also at the Museum.

James Fox will set up his studio at the Museum in Aylesbury on Thursday – Saturday during the period 21 September to 21 October 2017. There will be Open Studio sessions on Fridays and Saturdays to watch the residency progress.

See our other events for the opportunity to do a workshop with James Fox on 14 October and attend his residency talk on 3 November.

Find out more about James and his work at http://www.Jamesfoxtextileartist.co.uk

The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The Embroiderers’ Guild, now settled into its new home at Bucks County Museum, owns a nationally important collection of costume and textiles from around the world.
Highlights from this unique and inspiring collection will form the basis of a major exhibition at the County Museum in Aylesbury through the summer of 2017.
Opening on 1 July to 28 October, the exhibition will focus on the diverse and ever-changing nature of embroidery across time and place, and will include some of the finest pieces from the Guild’s stunning collections of historical and contemporary embroidery: from Chinese shoes to American Indian gloves, from 18th century whitework to 21st century artwork, and from miniature stitches to the world’s longest embroidery!
Entry to the exhibition is free. For opening times and more information see www.buckscountymuseum.org or phone 01296 331441.

Annual General Meeting of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity @ Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Head Office
Sep 27 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Annual General Meeting of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity @ Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Head Office | England | United Kingdom

Come and meet the Trustees and staff at Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity’s Annual General Meeting on 27 September and find out what we have been doing for the last twelve months, and what our plans are for the future.

Sep
28
Thu
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care
Sep 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care | England | United Kingdom

Offering free invisalign consultation for the month of September. Call 01296 482 465 to book yours today. A nearly invisible way to straighten your teeth – without braces – for the smile you always wanted.

Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The 11th Muir Trust Artist in Residence is James Fox, a textile artist from Lancaster.

James works mostly with machine embroidery and the process of reverse applique to create hangings of various sizes. His work looks at modern life and politics and conveys ideas and questions about our expectations regarding gender roles, work, culture and other aspects of our social and personal lives. He exhibits widely and has recently had an exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester and a residency at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston.

For this Muir Trust residency James will be selecting items from the varied museum collections in store and responding to these through his work to create new readings and interpretations. He is fascinated by political protest and trade unions and also by craftsmanship and groups on the fringes of social history. His residency will complement The Beautiful Stitch exhibition of treasures from the Embroiderers’ Guild Collection also at the Museum.

James Fox will set up his studio at the Museum in Aylesbury on Thursday – Saturday during the period 21 September to 21 October 2017. There will be Open Studio sessions on Fridays and Saturdays to watch the residency progress.

See our other events for the opportunity to do a workshop with James Fox on 14 October and attend his residency talk on 3 November.

Find out more about James and his work at http://www.Jamesfoxtextileartist.co.uk

The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Beautiful Stitch: Textile Treasures of the Embroiderers Guild @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The Embroiderers’ Guild, now settled into its new home at Bucks County Museum, owns a nationally important collection of costume and textiles from around the world.
Highlights from this unique and inspiring collection will form the basis of a major exhibition at the County Museum in Aylesbury through the summer of 2017.
Opening on 1 July to 28 October, the exhibition will focus on the diverse and ever-changing nature of embroidery across time and place, and will include some of the finest pieces from the Guild’s stunning collections of historical and contemporary embroidery: from Chinese shoes to American Indian gloves, from 18th century whitework to 21st century artwork, and from miniature stitches to the world’s longest embroidery!
Entry to the exhibition is free. For opening times and more information see www.buckscountymuseum.org or phone 01296 331441.

8 Week Mindfulness Course (MBSR) @ Thame Barnes Centre
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
8 Week Mindfulness Course (MBSR) @ Thame Barnes Centre | England | United Kingdom

This 8 week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) personal development course teaches you practices and techniques to enhance your wellbeing and help you to find ways to get more out of your life. It will help you find new approaches to old patterns of thinking and reacting, through engagement in group discussion, sitting and movement practices and self-enquiry. If you are not sure if the MBSR course is right for you why not try a taster first? The cost of the taster is refunded if you book on the MBSR course.

Sep
29
Fri
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Book your Free Invisalign Consultation @ Quality Dental Care | England | United Kingdom

Offering free invisalign consultation for the month of September. Call 01296 482 465 to book yours today. A nearly invisible way to straighten your teeth – without braces – for the smile you always wanted.

Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Muir Trust Residency 2017 @ Bucks County Museum | England | United Kingdom

The 11th Muir Trust Artist in Residence is James Fox, a textile artist from Lancaster.

James works mostly with machine embroidery and the process of reverse applique to create hangings of various sizes. His work looks at modern life and politics and conveys ideas and questions about our expectations regarding gender roles, work, culture and other aspects of our social and personal lives. He exhibits widely and has recently had an exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester and a residency at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston.

For this Muir Trust residency James will be selecting items from the varied museum collections in store and responding to these through his work to create new readings and interpretations. He is fascinated by political protest and trade unions and also by craftsmanship and groups on the fringes of social history. His residency will complement The Beautiful Stitch exhibition of treasures from the Embroiderers’ Guild Collection also at the Museum.

James Fox will set up his studio at the Museum in Aylesbury on Thursday – Saturday during the period 21 September to 21 October 2017. There will be Open Studio sessions on Fridays and Saturdays to watch the residency progress.

See our other events for the opportunity to do a workshop with James Fox on 14 October and attend his residency talk on 3 November.

Find out more about James and his work at http://www.Jamesfoxtextileartist.co.uk