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Sunday 18 February 2018
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Calderdale Ramblers: Calder Valley

One climb and a gentle return through Bradley Golf Club.

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Monday 19 February 2018

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre - Be My Baby

An uplifting tale of hope, friendship and survival, with a swinging sixties soundtrack!

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Tuesday 20 February 2018

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre - Be My Baby

An uplifting tale of hope, friendship and survival, with a swinging sixties soundtrack!

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Wildside Health Walk – Mytholmroyd

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WEA Courses in 2018 - Yoga

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Halifax Antiquarian Society: Winter Lectures 2018

Halifax Antiquarian Society - forthcoming lectures

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Wednesday 21 February 2018

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre - Be My Baby

An uplifting tale of hope, friendship and survival, with a swinging sixties soundtrack!

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WEA Courses in 2018 - An Introduction to Philosophy

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Film Club at King Cross Library - la Belle Noiseuse

You might have come to the conclusion that King Cross Library Film Club had run its course - but we have finally finished moving library staff around Calderdale and settled in at the new Central Library & Archives ... and we're ready to invite you to a new range of films and (sometimes) in a new location.

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Film Club at King Cross Library - Scribe (la Mechanique de l'Ombre)

You might have come to the conclusion that King Cross Library Film Club had run its course - but we have finally finished moving library staff around Calderdale and settled in the new Central Library & Archives ... and we're ready to invite you to a new range of films and (sometimes) in a new location.

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Halifax Playhouse - Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

In their 90th Anniversary year, Halifax Thespians presents their production of Richard Everett’s ‘warm, glowing, serious comedy’

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Thursday 22 February 2018

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre - Be My Baby

An uplifting tale of hope, friendship and survival, with a swinging sixties soundtrack!

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Halifax Playhouse - Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

In their 90th Anniversary year, Halifax Thespians presents their production of Richard Everett’s ‘warm, glowing, serious comedy’

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Campfire Cooking

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Andrew Bibby - How to Read the English Landscape

Come and listen to Andrew Bibby, the author of a number of non-fiction books on English landscapes, including the just published Back Roads Through Middle England: from Dorset to the Humber along the Jurassic stone belt.

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Brighouse Art Circle February Syllabus 2018

Brighouse Art Circle is looking for new members. It is an informal and friendly society with weekly meetings. Activities include: life models, costume models, demonstrations, workshops and exhibitions.

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Victorian photograph of John Barraclough's Ancestors

Calderdale Family History Society - Yorkshire Oddities

This month's talk is Yorkshire Oddities. Speaker: Paul Kenny.

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Friday 23 February 2018

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre - Be My Baby

An uplifting tale of hope, friendship and survival, with a swinging sixties soundtrack!

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Poster. Turquise and orange image of chemicals on a dark purple background with white text over the top.

Halifax Playhouse - Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

In their 90th Anniversary year, Halifax Thespians presents their production of Richard Everett’s ‘warm, glowing, serious comedy’

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Halifax Art Society - February 2018

This month's Halifax Art Society Syllabus

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Saturday 24 February 2018

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre - Be My Baby

An uplifting tale of hope, friendship and survival, with a swinging sixties soundtrack!

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Poster. Turquise and orange image of chemicals on a dark purple background with white text over the top.

Halifax Playhouse - Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

In their 90th Anniversary year, Halifax Thespians presents their production of Richard Everett’s ‘warm, glowing, serious comedy’

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Round Ryburn Reservoir

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Sunday 25 February 2018
A group of walkers listening to a talk

Calderdale Heritage Walks: Todmorden in the 1800s

The town was transformed in that century by the developments in transport and industry.

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Tuesday 27 February 2018
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Wednesday 28 February 2018

WEA Courses in 2018 - An Introduction to Philosophy

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Grim North Theatre - 2018 Workshop Sessions

Grim North Theatre is a Halifax based community theatre company set up early 2008, comprised of young people working to create a different theatrical experience.

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Hebden Bridge Local History Society: Seven centuries of recorded floods in the Calder Valley.

Why are they getting worse? What can we learn from history? Has the Environment Agency learnt anything from history?

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Ryburn 3 Step Folk Club: Folk at the Malt House

Folk at the Malt House is three hours of wonderful traditional music on the last Wednesday of every month (except July and August).

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