Friday 2 September 2011

What's On This Weekend

St Ives Cornwall - Another Weekend Dawns

The last weekend of the main holiday season is upon us - next week St Ives should get a bit quieter - at least for a few days.

Exhibitions - this weekend is the final chance to see Joie De Vivre - with work by Deryl Petrucci and Archa Robinson - at St Ives Arts Club. Also the last day of Summer Mixed Exhibition at Cafe Art.

Tonight (Friday 2nd September) - St Ives Parish Church are hosting a classical concert. Philharmonic of Cologne Germany - with a programme including Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky and Mozart. Starts at 7.30 pm.

Also tonight (2nd) the weekly pub quiz at The Halsetown Inn. Test your grey matter plus "Open the Box" with the chance to win a large cash prize. Also great pies and pints - starts at 8.30 pm.

On Saturday night (3rd)  The Halsetown Inn are celebrating their first birthday (since re-opening) with live music from The Sea Kings. Overnight camping is available for just £2.00 plus a Special Offer - 50% discount on food that runs all week. Music starts at 8.30 pm - food served from 6.00 pm.

On Sunday (4th)  Tregenna Castle have Sunday Lunch and Jazz- traditional roast plus live jazz. Food served from 12.30 pm music until 3.00 pm.

A new exhibition opens on Sunday evening - St Ives Arts Club - Piano - work by members on this theme. Its a fundraiser to raise money for a new piano - a silent auction where visitors can submit sealed bids. The viewing is from  6.00 pm to 9.00 pm - all welcome. Open daily until Friday (9th) from 10.30 am to 4.00 pm.

On Sunday night St Ives Kruners present a choral concert at St Ives Parish Church. Starts at 8.00 pm and admission is £5.00.

Full listings of events in St Ives - for this weekend, the week ahead and right through the year are on:
St Ives Cornwall - What's On

Looking ahead - the opening of St Ives September Festival is only a week away. I've set up a new FaceBook page with a selection of photos and events:
St Ives September Festival 

Latest festival news will also be posted on:
St Ives September Festival Blog

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