Following on from the successful event last year, Cowper and Newton Museum will again be holding a Georgian Tea Party. Join them for tea and cakes (made to authentic Georgian recipes!) in the gardens of the Museum. Some of the Museum staff and volunteers will be in Georgian costume, as will the Barbara Segal Dance Group who will be performing Georgian dances in the Courtyard, as well as mingling with visitors in the Museum. If you fancy coming in Georgian costume too, please do!
When: 30th August
Where: Cowper and Newton Museum, Olney
Find out more: http://www.cowperandnewtonmuseum.org.uk
Our Made in MK summer programme, back by popular demand for 2014, was launched at the MK Gallery ‘Cadences’ preview on 26th June 2014.
Between 26th June and 14th September Made in MK will showcase the unmissable events that are taking place in Milton Keynes.
There are opportunities to come along to exhibitions, workshops, open days, craft events and performances. Made in MK will appeal to all ages and many events will be free. The larger events within Made in MK include the International Festival, MK Festival Fringe and the Walking with Giants Parade, MK Gallery’s summer show, World Picnic, Art in the Park cultural festival Proms in the Park and Heritage Open Days.
In the next few weeks look out for Love Milton Keynes photography exhibition at MK Hospital (http://mkartsforhealth.org.uk), Shakespeare in the Park – 4th July at Willen Lake (http://www.theparkstrust.com), Westbury Fair – 5th July at Westbury Arts Centre (http://www.westburyartscentre.co.uk), MK Museum Country Fair – 13th July at MK Museum (http://www.mkmuseum.org.uk), MK Disability Awareness Day – 13th July at MK Rose (http://www.theparkstrust.com) and much, much more. Do take a look at our listings page for the whole programme.
To find out more about the full event programme across the summer visit www.aha-mk.org/MadeinMK. You can also follow Made in MK on Twitter using #MadeinMK or find us on Facebook and hear about our events on MKFM.
Made in MK is being co-ordinated by the Arts and Heritage Alliance Milton Keynes (AHA-MK), with support from its members and MK Council. Media partners are MK Citizen, MKFM and TotalMK.