Events Archive

Soldiers in Petticoats: Fashion and the Suffragette Movement

Madeleine Gray, Collections Assistant with North Lincolnshire Museums Service, explores how the suffragettes used fashion to emphasise their cause.  Part of the Barton upon Humber Civic Society lecture programme.  Non-members £4

Joseph Wright Hall, 7.30pm

Posted on:25th March 2022 20220520 20220703
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Quiz Night

Join us for another of our popular quizzes.   Register your team of up to six.  £2 per person.  Bar and raffle.  Doors open at 7pm for heads down at 7.30pm.

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Come & Sing

Enjoy a sing with South Bank Singers with music from Frozen, Lion King etc.

Everyone welcome, especially families – and you don’t need to be able to read music!

Joseph Wright Hall auditorium (with lift access)

1pm –  4pm

Free – but donations towards running costs welcome!

Please register your interest on 01652 618770 so that we can control numbers.

Posted on:2nd April 2022 20220423 20220703

All Dressed Up – Show & Tell

We are celebrating the launch of our Memory Café by getting all dressed-up and showing off our costume collection – with a chance for children to time-travel and dress-up in our historic classrooms.

11am – 3pm in the Memory Café , free

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Susanna Wesley – “Mother of Methodism”

Susanna Wesley never preached a sermon or published a book or founded a church but is known as the Mother of Methodism.  Catherine Fordham will tell us why.

Part of the Barton upon Humber Civic Society lecture programme.  Non-members £2. Joseph Wright Hall, 7.30pm.

Posted on:25th March 2022 20220415 20220703