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The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge
18 High Street,
|Thu 1 Jan - Thu 30 Apr||Armchair Artist in Residence - Rob Turner|
|Thu 1 Jan - Thu 30 Apr||Armchair Artist Residency|
|Thu 19 Feb - Sun 29 Mar||Create a Remembrance Poppy|
|Sun 29 Mar||Enid Blyton drop-in family art activities|
|Thu 19 Feb - Sun 29 Mar||In Remembrance|
|Sat 14 Mar - Mon 6 Apr||Kent Association for the Blind Portrait Exhibition|
Launch event for Maggie Harris' second collection of short stories, following the success of 'Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning', both published by Cultured Llama. Parakeets, smugglers, mermaids, lost boys and poets are some of the characters that span the Isle of Thanet across time, giving a nod to the past and speeding up through the 20th century. The writer is also a poet who lived in Thanet for more than thirty years, and was Regional Winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize, 2013.
Community Room in the Library
|Thu 16 Apr 2015||18:30 to 19:30|
The Best Lane entrance is step free (lift), it is well lit and has an automatic door.