What’s On

 

Each year Weston Museum plays host to a number of events which provide opportunities for both enthusiasts and families to enjoy a great day out.

Jun
22
Sat
Armed Forces Charity Dinner Night @ Somerset Legion House
Jun 22 @ 19:00 – 22:00
Armed Forces Charity Dinner Night @ Somerset Legion House

Armed Forces Charity Dinner Night

With special guest speaker Mr Simon Weston CBE

After Dinner Entertainment: Swing Singer—Dan Droid, & Sax I Do

 

Weston-super-Mare Town Council Armed Forces Champion, invites you to the Weston Armed Forces Charity Dinner Night.

Saturday Evening 22nd June 2019
Somerset Legion House 57 Beach Road Weston-super-Mare BS23 4AL

Drinks reception 19:00 hrs for Dinner at 19:30 hrs

Dress “Black Tie” or Uniform

Tickets £38.00 each, available from Somerset Legion House Weston-super-Mare, Tel: 01934 422301

PLACES ARE VERY LIMITED – PLEASE DON’T WAIT AND BE DISAPPOINTED.

Download the application form and menu here.

Oct
20
Sun
Rural Crafts @ Weston Museum
Oct 20 @ 10:00 – 14:00
Rural Crafts @ Weston Museum

Have a go at some traditional rural crafts, from weaving to rag rugging, seed bombs to corn dollies, for all ages, no expertise required!
In honour of our new temporary exhibition ‘Matilda Temperley – A View From The Hill’, we will be hosting some talented demonstrators and having a go ourselves at a variety of crafts.

Book on to one of our workshops to try your hand at the different crafts and make your own beautiful pieces to take home. There will be demonstrations to see crafters display techniques between 10am and 2pm each day, with workshops to have a go from
10:30 – 11:30 or 12:00 – 1:00

These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

£5 per space, pre-booking recommended, just head to the TicketSource link above or call the museum on 01934 621028

Oct
26
Sat
Black Cat Trail @ Weston Museum
Oct 26 all-day

Ever since the Medieval Era, people have been superstitious about black cats. This Halloween half term, take on the challenge of finding cats hidden around Weston Museum to uncover the reason behind the myth.

Costs 50p per entry and includes entry to the Museum Halloween Competition.

Rural Crafts @ Weston Museum
Oct 26 @ 10:00 – 14:00
Rural Crafts @ Weston Museum

Have a go at some traditional rural crafts, from weaving to rag rugging, seed bombs to corn dollies, for all ages, no expertise required!
In honour of our new temporary exhibition ‘Matilda Temperley – A View From The Hill’, we will be hosting some talented demonstrators and having a go ourselves at a variety of crafts.

Book on to one of our workshops to try your hand at the different crafts and make your own beautiful pieces to take home. There will be demonstrations to see crafters display techniques between 10am and 2pm each day, with workshops to have a go from
10:30 – 11:30 or 12:00 – 1:00

These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

£5 per space, pre-booking recommended, just head to the TicketSource link above or call the museum on 01934 621028

Oct
29
Tue
An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum
Oct 29 @ 10:30 – 11:30
An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum

Do you feel Halloween has become a bit commercial? Come and explore the traditional, British roots of Halloween by celebrating the Iron Age festival of Samhain. Imagine living amongst the Celtic forests by making some crafts and hearing about some grizzly Iron Age ways.

Hour long family-friendly workshops with a variety of make and take activities. These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum
Oct 29 @ 12:00 – 13:00
An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum

Do you feel Halloween has become a bit commercial? Come and explore the traditional, British roots of Halloween by celebrating the Iron Age festival of Samhain. Imagine living amongst the Celtic forests by making some crafts and hearing about some grizzly Iron Age ways.

Hour long family-friendly workshops with a variety of make and take activities. These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

Oct
31
Thu
An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum
Oct 31 @ 10:30 – 11:30
An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum

Do you feel Halloween has become a bit commercial? Come and explore the traditional, British roots of Halloween with crafts and music linked to Medieval Harvest and All Hallows Eve.

Hour long family-friendly workshops with a variety of make and take activities. These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum
Oct 31 @ 12:00 – 13:00
An Alternative Halloween @ Weston Museum

Do you feel Halloween has become a bit commercial? Come and explore the traditional, British roots of Halloween with crafts and music linked to Medieval Harvest and All Hallows Eve.

Hour long family-friendly workshops with a variety of make and take activities. These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

Nov
17
Sun
Rural Crafts @ Weston Museum
Nov 17 @ 10:00 – 14:00
Rural Crafts @ Weston Museum

Have a go at some traditional rural crafts, from weaving to rag rugging, seed bombs to corn dollies, for all ages, no expertise required!
In honour of our new temporary exhibition ‘Matilda Temperley – A View From The Hill’, we will be hosting some talented demonstrators and having a go ourselves at a variety of crafts.

Book on to one of our workshops to try your hand at the different crafts and make your own beautiful pieces to take home. There will be demonstrations to see crafters display techniques between 10am and 2pm each day, with workshops to have a go from
10:30 – 11:30 or 12:00 – 1:00

These workshops are most suitable for children of school age and their grown-ups, but are accessible to all ages and abilities with adult support.

£5 per space, pre-booking recommended, just head to the TicketSource link above or call the museum on 01934 621028

Nov
24
Sun
Willow Weaving Workshop @ Weston Museum
Nov 24 @ 10:00 – 12:30
Willow Weaving Workshop @ Weston Museum

Make a cone basket to hang on your wall using natural colours of willow, grown on a nature reserve using organic methods. Cone basketry is an excellent introduction to the traditional skill of stake and strand basketry as it utilises just some of the techniques used in more complicated basketry

This workshop is led by Kim Creswell, whose work can be seen by visiting www.kimcreswell.co.uk

The workshop lasts 2.5 hours and spaces cost £40. Use of tools and all necessary materials are included. Participants should wear work clothes

To book tickets, visit Ticketsource by clicking on the link above or phone 01934 621028