The Photographic Walk

The walk will start from 2pm at Boltons Bench, Lyndhurston Wednesday 31st May and will be led by Steve Adams and Carole Knighton (Previous competition winner.) It doesn't matter whether you've got a sophisticated camera or are using your mobile phone, just come and have fun. Steve will find some nice places to go and Carole will be on hand to help and give a few tips And if you like you can enter your beautiful pictures into the photographic competition (for details click below).

 

The Photographic and Film evening

This is an evening not to be missed! BBC Cameraman and wildlife enthusiast Dr Manuel Hinge will be showing his superb documentary film about the history and environment of the New Forest ,' Ytene.'   He will be accompanied by Everton's own international medallist Louis Rumis who will be showing slides relating to his photography during his extensive travels. The winners of the Everton Photographic Competition will be announced and there will be a display of the competition entries. There will be an adult winner and an under 16 winner. Louis will be showing and talking about each of the entries.  Entry is free but it is advisable to reserve a ticket. Wine and soft drinks will be available.

The Ukulele Workshop

The idea is for beginners and improvers to learn some chords and strum patterns in a couple of sessions (Tues13th and Fri 16th 3.30pm at Pavilion) so that they can learn a couple of songs, maybe more. Then they can play them at the musical evening with Empty Frets on Sat 17th. These are free sessions with a maximum of 20 places and are just intended to be fun with no pressure on individuals. All you need is a ukulele! To book a place text or ring Steve on 07754 842731

An Evening Of Jazz

Chill out to the great sounds of Vanessa's Villains -a jazz trio, plus singer, playing jazz standards with an amazing female vocalist  "Vanessa" and a line-up of bass, guitar and sax "the villains".       www.Del-BoizzJazzatazz.co.uk 

The Classical Concert on Sun 11th

 Relax, be roused and enjoy our opening concert, at St Mary's Church Hall, Branwood Close. We are bringing you a 'Summer Serenade' an evening of Light Classical Music given by Ken Smith, flute, Brian Howells, violin, Alison Meyers, cello and Chris Dowie,piano. Flautist, Ken Smith, before his semi retirement, was the principal flute at the Philharmonic Orchestra, London.  This group of musicians met and became friends whilst playing for the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

Due to the size of the hall seating is limited, so be warned, in the past, tickets have sold out within days!

Entry is by ticket only (£5), which includes a light buffet after the performance. Wine and soft drinks will be available from when the doors open at 6.30 for a 7.00 performance.

 

The Walk To Gordleton Mill

This is a gentle stroll of about 2 miles to Gordleton Mill to see the sculptures there and also enjoy the refreshments available before returning back to the village. This walk will be organised and led by the Everton Ramblers. Please gather outside the Pavilion on the Recreation Ground off Frys Lane from 1.30 p.m. for a 2 p.m. start.

 

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