What's On in November

Christmas Market
Sun 30th Nov at 10:00am
Christmas markey
Start your Christmas shopping with goodies galore at our Christmas Market. Starts 10.00am until 4.00pm.
Dearne Big Band in concert
Playing music from the classic big band era of the 1940?s and 1950?s
Mystic Yoga Breathing Half Day Workshop with Diane Ramsden and Elizabeth Trimble
Breath is Life. According to yoga philosophy our life is measured in the number of breaths we take, and reported benefits of yoga breathing include: increased vitality and alertness/control of stress/ more natural sleep/greater confidence and positive thinking/improved concentration, memory and psychic ability/stronger awareness of our Divine Self which knows the answers to all our problems and our purpose in life.
In this practical workshop you will experience a power breathing technique taught by Master of Yoga, Dr George King (1919-1997) and discover how to apply the wisdom of yoga to your every day life. Diane and Elizabeth have been ardent practitioners of these exercises for many years
Sequence dancing, Cudworth Methodist Church Sequence dancing, Cudworth Methodist Church, Thursday, 1pm.
A Christmas Carol
The fabulous RMC Theatre Company Wombwell presents the musical A Christmas Carol. Tickets are selling fast so book now to avoid disappointment! This truly is a show not to be missed! Three evening performances from Friday the 28th to Sunday the 30th November with a matenee performance on the Sunday.
Coinciding with Uncommon Ground: Land Art in Britain 1966 – 1979, David Nash returns to YSP in 2014 following his major 2010 exhibition at the Park. Two contrasting works, White Planting and Black Dome, overlook the Park's historic lakes demonstrating the artist's eloquent understanding of trees and the different properties of wood. Echoing Nash's famous Ash Dome, planted in 1977, White Planting comprises 49 Himalayan birch trees, which, planted in seven rows of seven, will grow to form a white cube on the lake's embankment. Referencing the natural cycle of wood, Black Dome is made from coal and charred oak. The work complements Nash's site specific Seventy-one Steps, a commission on the walking route to Longside Gallery.
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