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Now in its 15th year, the trail has extended its reach taking in 36 venues, with seven entirely new ones joining. Condensed into two days because of the Bank Holiday being moved for VE commemorations. Visitors will be spoilt for choice with over 300 artists and craftspeople showcasing their work.
Many of the venues will open on Friday evening for a preview, offering a wonderful glimpse into the local and national arts and crafts scene. All venues are free, with no obligation to buy and artists welcome guests to talk about their work. Many venues offer refreshments; some have demonstrations or workshops for visitors, making for an enjoyable day out.
Download a map from the website, www.henleyartstrail.com and look out for the leaflet in shops, libraries, information centres or through the local papers.
Check opening times for individual venues.
- Tue05May20202:00 pmSacred Heart Church, Vicarage Road, RG9 1HT
Keith will explore this controversial movement using illustrations that will include the works of Derain, Matisse, Vlaminck and Dufy.
Members £1 Non Members £2 - tea and biscuits included.
Access to free parking via Walton Avenue
- Thu07May20206:30 pmThe Red Lion Hotel, Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2AR
Henley & Peppard Branch of the Royal British Legion presents “An Evening with Rudyard Kipling” with supper on the eve of the 75th anniversary of VE Day in aid of the Poppy Appeal. Tickets are £30 per head
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/608620219871889
To book your tickets please contact RBL committee member, Sara Abey on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wed13May20201:45 pmYMCA Hall Henley, Noble Road, RG9 1RZ
by Maren Tolbert and illustrated with beautiful slides.
Maren invites you to bring along your poorly specimens to her ‘orchid clinic’ for a diagnosis and suggested treatments.
Members £1 - Non Members £2 includes tea and biscuits. Free parking
email: email@example.com text: 07879580736
- Fri15May20207:30 pmSacred Heart Church, Vicarage Road, RG9 1HT
WI monthly meetings kick off with brief WI announcements and news, followed by our speaker or activity. Then there is time to socialise with other members and prospective members over wine, tea or coffee and, often, cake or biscuits.
- Sat16May2020tbcMarket Place
The alternative garden festival for everyone to enjoy.
Programme of events to be confirmed
- Mon18May202011:20 amThe Christ Church Centre, 46 Reading Road, RG9 1AG
Henley RBL lunch meetings consist of a talk followed by a two-course lunch prepared by Henley’s own inimitable chef, Doug Richards, often with fruit & veg from his allotment and including a glass of wine and a cup of tea or coffee
Booking is essential via the Branch Secretary, Helen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the Branch website here to see a detailed listing of the program