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Events, Talks and Exhibitions

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Author Visits and Special EventsTop of Page 

Wednesday 11 July | Meet the Author

Mandy Sutter | Welsh writing awards winner 2016

Enjoy an afternoon with Mandy Sutter; poet and author of the novels 'Stretching It' and 'Bush Meat', from Ilkley in North Yorkshire

Darlington Library | 1.30pm

Cost No Fee

Saturday 08 September | Crossing The_Tees 2018

Family Comedy | with Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan is the loveable Teessider, known for his hugs, dancing and cake eating! As well as being one of the biggest names on the comedy circuit, Pat is also highly in demand as a studio warm up, working on shows such as Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and The IT Crowd as well as contributing to many talking head programmes and appearing on various Comedy Central shows. Join us for a Family Comedy event for children aged 6+.

Darlington Library | 1.30 - 2.30pm

Cost £2 in advance from arconline.co.uk

 

Crown Street Art Gallery

@ Darlington LibraryTop of Page

07 July - 27 August | Exhibition

Commonplace | Gilkes Street Artists

Commonplace is an exhibition of work by members of Gilkes Street Artists, a Middlesbrough-based studio group. In Commonplace, the artists investigate their personal ideas of the everyday experience through painting, printmaking, mixed media and tapestry weaving.

Crown Street Art Gallery at Darlington Library

 

 Watch this space for upcoming exhibitions or visit Creative Darlington to see previous exibitions

History EventsTop of Page

Summer display in Local Studies Summer display in Local Studies

Quaker Women in 19th Century Darlington  

Some of the most influential people in Darlington’s history have been Quakers. Many of them were wealthy industrialists, bankers, politicians or philanthropists. You may be familiar with the names of Edward and Joseph Pease or Jonathan Backhouse perhaps but much less well-known are the women from these families.

 

Using photographs, books and other items from the Local Studies collection this small display focuses on some of the Quaker women who also left their mark on 19th century Darlington.

 

12th July - 28th August 2018

Centre for Local Studies, Crown Street Library

 

 

Group ActivitiesTop of Page

Weekly | Mondays Weekly | Mondays
Knitting club

The Knitting Circle | Darlington Library Knitting Group

For interested beginners and experienced knitters

Simply turn up and join in!

Darlington Library | 10am - 12noon 

Health and WellbeingTop of Page

Hearing Loss Drop-in Sessions Hearing Loss Drop-in Sessions

Minor OpsDo you live in Darlington and want to talk to someone about your hearing loss?

Our free information drop in sessions may be able to help you.

We also provide hearing aid support to people who have their NHS Hearing aids supplied by Minor ops.

Darlington Library

Second Tuesday of the month | 9.15am - 12.00noon

 

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