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Thursday Night Lates: I Love Food
Always working when we are open? Think the museum is just for kids?
Come along to our Thursday Night Lates - Themed nights on the last Thursday of every month
Museum open every Thursday from 10am to 9.30pm. Age 16+
Join us for our launch night of Thursday Night Lates: I Love Food
29 Sept 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Are you interested in buying from local suppliers, in eating for free through the art of foraging, or maybe you want to make money from food and have a secret recipe of grandma’s that you think could really make you rich? Come and find out more with our talks on food and food start-up businesses.
Also on the night a variety of local food start-up companies, samples to try and products to buy.
Launch night of our very own ‘Wycombe Museum’ beer brewed on behalf of Wycombe Museum by Chiltern Brewery, Terrick, Buckinghamshire, England.
Live opera music by Lazlo & Christina- The Lovely Duo
Free entry to museum all night.
£10.00 for wristband for talks. Go to one talk or all of them! Limited tickets. Book in advance or on the night. Free ‘Wycombe Museum’ beer to over 18’s who buy a wristband for talks. Please bring ID on night if you look under 21.
6.45pm Start Up Business Advice
Do you have an idea for a food business or just have a bright idea for a business and need some start-up advice? Maybe you’ve just started a business and realise that you need some tips, help and support to do it the right way.
Come and get some practical help and advice from some accredited, experience and friendly specialist advisers. Jane Dell and Nigel Blight of Jade Business Solutions Ltd, making business happen for you. www.jadesolutions.co.uk.
7.15pm The truth about tomato ketchup & the 5 a day all natural alternative
7.45pm Learn how to make the perfect pie: 'the Science of Pi' from Dr C.
As part of the talk you will learn the Science of and different types of crusts, and how to make the perfect filling.
8.15pm-9pm ‘The Joy of Ceps- a foragers guide to wild food’
Eden Wild Food
Come and learn about the foraging of plants and fungi, and their use as food and medicine. We will cover a range of a common seasonal species and how to collect and use these in an ethical way.
Matthew is a professional foraging guide who has been foraging since childhood. He is a founding member of the Association of Foragers and has been featured in several publications, and also on BBC1s Home away from home in 2015.

On: 6.30pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Until: 9.30pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: Wycombe Museum, Priory Avenue, High Wycombe, Buckingshire, HP13 6PX
Contact name: Wycombe Museum
Phone number: 01494 957210
Contact email: email
Website: http://wycombe.gov.uk/museum
Older Peoples Day
Come and chat to representatives of local services.
Free refreshments

On: 10am Thu 29th Sep 2016
Until: 2pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: Buckingham Library, Verney Close, Buckingham, MK18 1JP
Website: http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/libraries
Exhibitions Islamic Buildings Restoration – Lecture
Waleed Arafa – Buildings from across Islamic civilizations express the countries and cultures of their origins but through it is woven basic islamic principles and philosophy. Waleed has built building in far flung place and uses this experiences to convey the importance of restoration.
£5.00 per person.

On: 6.00pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: High Wycombe Library, 5 Eden Place, High Wycombe, HP11 2DH
Website: http://www.buckscountymuseum.org
Live Music Dick Pearce Quartet
Jazz Upfront: Dick Pearce Quartet
"An Evening of great Jazz with some of uk's Leading Jazz Musicians who Regularly play @ Ronnie Scott's..
Jazz Upfront Presents..
"Ronnie Scott's Finest"
Dick Pearce is a big name in British Jazz and joined The Ronnie Scotts Quintet Band in 1980 whom he performed with for 14 years. He also played with greats such as Don Rendell, Michael Garrick and Mike Westbrook. Stan tracy and many more..
John Critchinson who is also a big part of the British Jazz scene and played with many greats, including Tubby Hayes, Jimmy Deuchar, Chet Baker, Joe Henderson and Johny Griffin.
Arnie Somogyi Works Frequently at Ronnie Scott's club as a member of the house band,"Ronnie Scott's All Stars"
He 's performed with renowned Jazz artists including John Dankworth,Stan Tracy, Steve Grossman,James Moody,Bobby Hutchinson,Art Farmer and many more...
Dave Ohm Today Dave Ohm is one of the most recognised names in the UK jazz scene. He has worked with Benny Golson, Gregory Porter, Wessel Anderson, Claire Martin and makes regular appearances with the Ronnie Scott’s house band."

On: 8.15pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: St.Marys Church,St.Marys Square,Old Town, Aylesbury.
Contact name: frank wormald
Phone number: 07518306552
Contact email: email
Website: http://www.greensandjazz.org.uk
Bingo and Quizzes Aylesbury Town Twinning Assn Quiz Night with Cheese & Wine
Quiz Night . Teams up to 8 people £7 per person to include light supper. Cheese, Wine and Hors d'oevres.

On: 7pm Thu 29th Sep 2016
Address: Council Chambers, 5 Church Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2QP
Contact name: Denise Summers
Phone number: 01296424903
Contact email: email
Live Music Rehearsals and club nights
Fun rehearsals twice a week working towards a performance. Current show in rehearsal Trial by Jury and In Flanders Field. If you don't sing but want to get involved then there are various other roles including: Front of House, bar, stage crew, set builders and painters, props and costumes.... there is always lots to do!

On: 8.00 Thu 29th Sep 2016
Repeating: Every Thursday
Address: Curzon Cente, Maxwell Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 1RG
Website: http://www.bmos.org.uk
Exhibitions Bucks Pottery & Sculpture Society
An exhibition of pottery and sculpture hand-made by members of this Bucks based society is being held in the upstairs gallery during the whole of September (Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sunday 11am to 4pm). Please come along and have a look - we would love to show you our work.

The society was formed in 1963 and welcomes all artists working in 3D. Membership provides access to monthly demonstrations (held on the last Friday of the month in Little Kingshill), participation in exhibitions, hands-on workshops, and a quarterly newsletter. Please see our website for more details or ring Chris Inder on 01844 342355.

On: 10.00 Fri 2nd Sep 2016
Until: 17.00 Fri 30th Sep 2016
Address: A Little Bird Told Me Gallery, The Barn Courtyard, 25 High Street, Wendover, HP22 6DU
Website: http://www.buckspotters.com
Exhibitions Roald Dahl's Bucks Exhibition
Discover Roald Dahl’s connections to Bucks and its inspiration for many of his famous children’s and adult stories.

Buckinghamshire has had a great influence on Roald Dahl as a writer. We can see the county’s influences throughout his writing both in his books for children and short stories for adults.

On: 10.00am Sat 2nd Jul 2016
Until: 5.00pm Sat 7th Jan 2017
Address: Bucks County Musuem, Church Street, Aylesbury, HP22 4QB
Website: http://www.buckscountymuseum.org
Live Music Stony Steppers
A joyful celebration of the Social History and Traditions of our Island Nation and beyond, mixing high-energy clog dancing, music, song, acapella harmony, drama, poetry and spoken word to create a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

On: 20:00 Fri 30th Sep 2016
Address: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Website: http://www.qpc.org
“Boarstall Tower” John Waller (National Trust) - Weston Turville Historical Soc.
Boarstall Tower and moat were constructed soon after King Edward II granted John de Haudlo a license to fortify his mansion house in 1312. The immediate vicinity of the Tower has hosted an abundance of important historical events and is the subject of a famous and intriguing 1695 etching by Michael Berghers. There has been a great deal of archaeological activity over the last two decades helping to unravel its story. Boarstal Tower is about half an hour’s drive from Weston Turville, but unfortunately will be closed for further renovation by the time of the talk. The last tour is Wednesday 28th September, so visit really soon!

John Waller has been a National Trust volunteer guide at Boarstall Tower since 2003 and also volunteers at Berkhamsted Castle.
The meeting starts at 8pm in the village hall and is open to all. Entrance £2 for members and £3 visitors. Doors open at 19:30 for welcoming refreshments. For further information about the Society visit the Society’s web page www.WTHSoc.org.uk or email Secretary@WTHSoc.org.uk

On: 19:30 Fri 30th Sep 2016
Address: Weston Turville Village Hall, School Approach, off Main Street, Weston Turville, Bucks. HP22 5RW
Website: http://www.WTHSoc.org.uk
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