Friday 3rd March 2017 - Am I Being Unfair to You? praying for the Philippines - Upper Eden Baptist Church
10.30am Bible Study at UEBC on Monday 27th February - Everyone Welcome.
Saturday 4th March 2017 - Upper Eden History Society - Local History Day
"Where do you think you are? - Stone and Mortar"
Topics include: Brough Village Buildings, Musgrave Church Field, Local Maps, Harltey Houses, Waitby, Nateby
To be held at Brough Memorial Hall 10am - 4pm (approx.)
Members and Non Members book in advance. Fee £10 by phoning Jim Poulson on 71653. Bring a packed lunch, fee includes tea and coffee!
Monday 6th March 2017 - Cumbria Wildlife Trust Upper Eden Support Group, The Friends Meeting House, 48a High Street, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, CA17 4SH.
Our Disappearing Swifts - Tanya and Edmund Hoare will give an illustrated account of the colony of swifts that next at their house.
Wednesday 8th March 2017 - Westmorland Decorative and Fine Arts Society 2017 - Appleby Market Hall
A Spanish Odyssey: The Art and Architecture of Roman, Medieval & Renaissance Spain. The Lecture is given by Mr Mark R Corby
Starts at 11am (coffee is served from 10.15am - 10.45am) There is a small cost of £8 to non-members. For more information about our society please visit our website www.wmdfas.org.uk
Saturday 11th March 2017 at 2pm - THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF - The Methodist Church Hall, Kirkby Stephen
Adapted from Aesop`s fable, this modern retelling is an exciting, hilarious, poetic and fun adventure story performed to live music by award-winning poet Dommy B (BBC Rhyme Rocket) and Vela Vox.
Jamie has one job: to look after sheep. If the wolf comes near he must shout WOLF!! So the villages will come and chase the wolf away. But watching sheep is very boring and Jamie`s head fills with made-up adventures and he shouts WOLF!! so many times the villagers ignore him. What will happen now when the wolf comes?....
A wonderful new family show for ages 5+ (from Dominic Berry, the creator of When Trolls Try to Eat Your Goldfish).
Adult £8 / Child £6 / Family £24
For Tickets call Kate on 017683 71885 or visit www.kirkbystephencommunityarts.co.uk
Saturday 11th March 2017 - The Pat McCarthy Quartet - Soulby Village Hall
Featuring Shannon Reilly. The very best of jazz and swing.
Tickets £9 / Child £5 from Audrey March 017683 71396
Sunday 12th March 2017 - Conservation Day at Smardale Gill Nature Reserve - Cumbria Wildlife Trust.
Meet at Smardale Hall Carp Park GR: NY 739 082, Smardale Gill, Kirkby Stephen, CA17 4HG
We will be coppicing and brash burning along the disused railway line to maintain an open ride for butterflies. This will encourage the diverse woodland ground flora to proliferate and keep the footpath open for public access.
Please wear appropriate outdoor clothing and bring a packed lunch.
Monday 13th March - Soup & Puddings - The Masonic Hall, Kirkby Stephen
12pm - 1.30pm
£6 entry, funds in aid of Kirkby Stephen Parish Church
All again very welcome to this most sociable of occasions.
Saturday 18th March - Westmorland Orchestra - Westmorland Hall, Kendal Leisure Centre
Richard Howarth - Conductor
Pamela Redman - Leader
Overture, Scherzo & Finale Schumann
Trumpet Concerto Hummel
Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" Beethoven
This concert marks the opening of the Mary Wakefield - Westmorland Music Festival.
Tickets £12, Young people aged 28 or under - free of charge
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Tickets are available from www.westmorland.org.uk or from The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal Box Office (01539 725133) or at the door.
Saturday 18th March - Brough Farmers' Market - Memorial Hall, Brough
It's our 15th Birthday! Come and help us celebrate by buying your supplies from our local stalls.
9.30am - 12noon
No admission charge
Enquiries - Call Jane 01768 480069
Friday 17th March 2017 - Kirkby Stephen Community Arts - I, Daniel Blake (15)
7.30pm - Kirkby Stephen Masonic Hall
Made in Newcastle, Ken Loach's triumphant Palme d'Or-winning impassioned welfare state drama is a vital film for our times.
Doors open 30mins before the advertised time. Light refreshments available.
Saturday 18th March 2017 - Book Launch - Michael Mullett - The Wordsworth Hall, Penrith Methodist Church
Professor Michael A Mullett will be launching the first of his five part history on Penrith, which will detail the town from Prehistory, up to the Middle Ages.
Tickets £5 (redeemable against A New History of Penrith, RRP £12, on the day)
Sunday 19th March - Remote Cinema, Brough Memorial Hall - A United Kingdom (12A)
Doors open at 2.30pm - Main Film at 3pm
Starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike. A true and uplifting story of interracial love set in post war Britain and Africa. How a young couple fought social and political prejudice, is inspiring.
Adv adult tickets £3.50 available
Adult on the door £4.50 U/16 £2
Phone 41949 or 07561391961
Monday 20 March 2017 - Upper Eden History Society - Kirkby Stephen Grammar School Coffee Bar - Lecture starts at 7.30pm
Speaker: Ivan Day
Topic: Cumberland and Westmorland Historic Food
Admission free to member, £3 each for non-members. Visitors always welcome.
Enquiries to Chairman: Anne Taylor 017683 71518
Tuesday 28th March 2017 - Two Way Mirror - Theatre on the Lake ON TOUR - Kirkby Stephen Grammar School
A Play by Arthur Miller.
8pm start, Tickets £10 / £7 (under 18's)
Call Kate on 017683 71885
Thursday 30th, Friday 31st March 2017 - Lune Spring Players - Going Green, Newbiggin-on-Lune Public Hall
A Tragic Comedy by David Tristram
Tickets £6, to reserve call:- David Morris - 015396 23308 or Liz Hutchinson - 015396 23552
Friday 31st March 2017 - KSGS PTFA - Quiz Night - Kirkby Stephen Grammar School Hall
Super cash prize!
Tickets £3 for adults and £1 for under 18s
Teams of 4 adults or 6, if mixture of adults/U18s
Bar and Raffle