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What’s on at Bucks County Museum this September

Hard of Hearing Tour: Deborah Hopson-Wolpe: Pots and Prints

Saturday 14 September, 11am to 12pm
This tour is an opportunity for hard-of-hearing visitors to explore the Deborah Hopson-Wolpe: Pots and Prints exhibition at a quiet time. A hearing loop will be available. Booking essential please email community@buckscountymuseum.org to book a space.

Reincarnated Rubbish – Endangered and Extinct Recycled Art Exhibition

14 September – 2 November

An exhibition of amazing animal sculptures created from recycled cans by recycling artist Val Hunt.

Wednesday Wellbeing Sessions
Wednesdays 18 September, 2 October, 12 noon - 1.30pm

Reclaim your lunch break and join us in the Bucks County Museum garden to de-stress in beautiful surroundings. Break away from your desk, turn off your phone and enjoy your lunch with us.  We are offering a range of mindful activities that will allow you to return to work focused and refreshed.

Wednesday Wellbeing sessions run on the following Wednesdays:

18 September: Paper Flower Power & Therapeutic Colouring – make decorative paper flowers and enjoy some colouring in the garden

2 October: Mindful Origami – have a go at folding paper animals, a quiet and reflective activity with beautiful results

Come and drop in and try something different. Refreshments available from the Museum Café. Activities will take place indoors if weather is wet. The wellbeing activities are aimed at adults only.

Katie Surridge – Muir Trust Artist in Residence
23 September – 18 October
This year’s Muir Trust Artist in Residence is Katie Surridge, a mixed media artist specialising in metal casting. During her residency, Katie will be exploring the archaeology collections and creating her own assemblages inspired by her finds. Visit Katie at her Open Studios on 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 September, 10, 11, 17, 18 October. The work that Katie produces will then be on display in her residency exhibition from 9 November 2019 until 4 January 2020.

Touch Tour – Sports
National Sporting Heritage Day Event
Monday 30 September, 11am to 1pm
For blind and visually impaired visitors to touch and explore sporting objects. Kop Hill Climb vintage cars will also be on show to sit in and rev up. There is no charge for this event but please book a place through the museum website. For further information contact Siemma on community@buckscountymuseum.org

Mushroom Magic: A UK Fungus Day event
Saturday 5 October, 11am – 4pm
The Bucks Fungus Group present local fungi displays and family activities.

Drop into our shop and see the beautiful jewellery and ceramics made by members of the Bucks Craft Guild as well as local books, gifts and greeting cards. After your visit take a break in the Museum Café and garden.

For full details visit www.buckscountymuseum.org or call 01296 331441.

Bucks County Museum & Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery
Church Street, Aylesbury HP20 2QP.

 

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